Situation Set well back off Flordon Road the property enjoys a pleasing individual position towards the outskirts of the village and within a stone's throw of the open countryside. Newton Flotman lies within the beautiful countryside of mid Norfolk along the river Tas and is found just seven miles to the south of Norwich and some four miles to the north of Long Stratton, (Mulbarton being three miles away and with both villages offering a good range of amenities and facilities with supermarkets, convenience stores, schooling, public houses etc). The property is also four miles from the Park & Ride at Harford whilst the No 38 bus runs half hourly from the end of the road into the City. Newton Flotman still retains a strong and active local community held by way of having schooling, a doctor's surgery, fine church and popular Indian restaurant.
Description The property comprises of an individually built three bedroom detached bungalow having been built in the late 1960's and of traditional brick and block cavity wall construction under a pitched interlocking tiled roof and with the benefit of the installation of sealed unit upvc double glazed windows and doors whilst being heated by a modern gas fired central heating boiler via radiators, (having only been installed in 2015). The vendor further advises there is also the benefit of an alarm system installed, water softener, having been rewired on the vendors first occupation whilst there has also been a water meter and the property is connected to mains drainage. Throughout the property is presented in a most excellent decorative order having been much enhanced and upgraded by the current vendors and offers a great deal of versatile living space in the regions of 1500 sq ft.
Externally The property is approached via a hard standing in-out driveway leading up to the bungalow and integral garage, (the garage measuring 16' 11" x 8' 8" (5.17m x 2.65m) and with up and over door to front, power/light connected and boarded space within the eaves for storage). To the opposite aspect there is the benefit of a large carport. The main gardens lie to the rear and are well stocked and established having been thoughtfully planted over the years and offering a great deal of privacy/seclusion within. There is also the benefit of a large timber workshop measuring 11' 5" x 8' 1" (3.48m x 2.47m) with canopy to front, power/light connected. An additional timber shed is found to the rear boundaries measuring 7' 8" x 7' 6" (2.35m x 2.30m) again with power/light connected and of timber construction with a pitched tiled roof.
The rooms are as follows
entranceporch:5' 9" x 5' 1" (1.77m x 1.56m) Access via solid wood door to front, secondary door giving access through to reception hall. Window to side. Solid wood flooring. Good space for shoes and coats etc.
Receptionhall:8' 8" x 6' 2" (2.66m x 1.90m) Providing access to the reception rooms, bedrooms and shower room.
Receptionroomone:21' 2" x 10' 11" (6.46m x 3.33m) A large bright and airy room with window to the front aspect and bi-folding doors opening through to the conservatory. A particular focal point of the room is the fireplace with Lincoln stone surround and hearth and inset gas fire.
Receptionroomtwo:10' 2" x 10' 9" (3.12m x 3.28m) With arch connecting through to the kitchen area and currently used as a formal dining room. Skylight above allowing for plenty of natural light through.
Kitchen:11' 3" x 10' 5" (3.43m x 3.20m) With window to the rear aspect and enjoying elevated views over the rear gardens and beyond. The kitchen offers a good range of wall and floor unit cupboard space with marble effect work surfaces and oak fronted units, integral lights within storage cupboards. One and a half bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, fitted Range to side and integrated fridge. Tiled flooring. Further giving access through to the utility room.
Utility:14' 7" x 5' 2" (4.46m x 1.58m) With window and door to rear giving external access. Marble effect work surface to side with inset one and a half bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, tumbler dryer and dishwasher etc. Tiled flooring flowing through from the kitchen area.
Conservatory/gardenroom:15' 1" x 10' 4" (4.60m x 3.16m) A upvc double glazed conservatory extension upon a brick base and with French doors giving external access.
Bedroomone:10' 4" x 17' 10" (3.16m x 5.44m) maximum measurements. A particularly large master bedroom found to the rear aspect of the property and with the benefit of two built-in storage cupboard space. Further luxury of en-suite facilities.
En-suite:9' 9" x 6' 3" (2.99m x 1.91m) With frosted window to the side aspect and comprising of a fitted bath with shower attachment, low level wc, wash hand basin, bidet and wood laminate flooring.
Bedroomtwo:10' 9" x 10' 11" (3.28m x 3.35m) With window to the front aspect and being another spacious double bedroom with triple built-in storage cupboard with sliding fronted doors.
Bedroomthree:7' 5" x 7' 11" (2.27m x 2.43m) With window to the front aspect and used as a third bedroom however lends itself for a number of different uses.
Office/study: 10' 3" x 8' 11" extending to 10'11" (3.13m x 2.72m extending to 3.34m) Currently used as an office however perhaps a dividing wall could be erected for the creation of a fourth bedroom if required. Skylight above.
Showerroom:7' 2" x 5' 4" (2.20m x 1.65m) Comprising of a corner tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level wc, tiled floors and part tiled walls.
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