The Coppice offers a truly unique opportunity to purchase two detached, single storey dwellings, set in gardens and land extending to around 6.5 acres (STMS); close to the North Norfolk coastline at Heacham. The entire plot is available on a single freehold title and along with the two existing dwellings there are a number of sheds and outbuildings.
55 The Coppice
55 The Coppice is a three bedroom family home with a conservatory and large gardens. It forms the principle residence at The Coppice and dates back to the early 1960's. This property is of standard brick construction and offers comfortable and spacious accommodation throughout. It is reached via the private driveway and is set back centrally in the plot with extensive gardens, parking and outbuildings.
The modern fitted kitchen / diner is light and airy with dual aspect windows looking out over the gardens, a utility room off and door to the rear garden.
The sitting room is adjacent to the kitchen with French doors out to the spacious conservatory which with a further set of French doors out to the decking at the rear of the property. There is a wood burning stove and window out the side of the property.
Beyond this is the first of the double bedrooms. A lovely sized room with triple aspect windows, feature fireplace and fitted cupboard.
There are a further two double bedrooms along the corridor, one if which is very generously proportioned and a family bathroom with a bath, wash hand basin and WC.
55 The Coppice - Outside
There is a large fenced garden to the front of the property, leading to a decked area which is accessed via the conservatory. To the rear is a parking area, sheds & outbuildings and land leading to the field / grazing land. The land in total at 55 The Coppice extends to around 1.5 acres (STMS).
57 The Coppice
57 The Coppice is the smaller of the two existing dwellings and consists of a detached two bedroom bungalow. The property pre dates its brick built neighbour and is of timber construction, which has been added to and extended over the years.
The property comprises of an entrance hallway which spans the width of the bungalow and incorporates a utility and cloakroom area. The sitting room is accessed from here and this cosy room has doors off to the kitchen, conservatory, family bathroom & second bedroom. It is a cosy room with carpet and a wood burning stove.
There are French doors out to the conservatory which itself has a sliding door out to the rear garden.
The modern fitted dining kitchen benefits from two windows out to the front of the property.
The principle bedroom is to the rear of the property and features a dressing room area with fitted wardrobes and windows looking out over the garden.
The family bathroom consists of a bath with hand held shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC.
The smaller second bedroom is currently used as a home office but does benefit from fitted wardrobes.
57 The Coppice - Outside
57 The Coppice is approached via the private drive which serves both properties. There is a small fenced front garden and larger rear garden, along with other land and outbuildings. The area in total extends to around 1 acre (STMS).
The Field / Grazing Land
The field extends to around 4 acres (STMS) in total and is accessed via the private drive, after both the existing dwellings and the wooded area. The land has been left for some time with no particular use and is consequently a little overgrown, although it has been used a grazing land in the past.
Situated on the edge of Heacham, The Coppice is located on the road leading away from the village towards Snettisham and is surrounded by fields and grazing paddocks; yet only a minutes drive away from the supermarket, petrol garage and amenities.
The popular coastal village of Heacham enjoys not one, but two beaches 'North' and 'South'. Heacham South, with its renowned Norfolk sand dunes, is a great walk for you, your family and dogs whereas Heacham North offers a picturesque promenade with beach huts for hire. It's a lovely walk along the concrete promenade to Husntanton (2.25 miles).
Another bonus to Heacham and Hunstanton is that they are the only to places on the east coast where the beach faces West, meaning its a perfect spot to watch the sunsets. It is also ideally located between RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell, a bird watching haven.
The village offers plenty of amenities including two supermarkets, two butchers, a bakery (no candlestick maker, unfortunately) and a selection of smaller shops, restaurants and pubs.
Services (both dwellings): Mains Water, Electricity & Septic Tank
Heating (both dwellings): Oil Fired Central Heating
Council Tax: 55 The Coppice - Band D
57 The Coppice - Band A
EPC: 55 The Coppice - Rated E
57 The Coppice - Rated D
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Big Skies Estates. Wellies are a must for walking the fields!
Agents Note: Please be aware that the fact that 57 The Coppice (2 bed) is of non-standard timber construction, is likely to render it difficult to raise mortgage funds against. 55 The Coppice, is of standard construction and therefore within standard parameters for a mortgage but if funding is sought for this purchase overall a discussion would be prudent with your mortgage advisor.
Agents Note: 1. Whilst these particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair description of the property, these do not form any part of any offer or contract nor may they be regarded as statements of representation of fact. 2. Big Skies Estates have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. All measurements or distances given are approximate only. 3. Where a property is promoted as suitable for holiday letting, such use is conditional on the legal due diligence to be undertaken by the buyer’s conveyancer to ensure the property can be used for holiday letting. Big Skies Estates does not examine the legal title or any restrictions on the property. 4. No person in the employment of Big Skies Estates has the authority to make or give representation or warranty in respect of this property. Any interested parties must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of any information given.