Located in the heart of High Kelling, yet backing onto the open countryside of Kelling Heath is this lovely family home; beautifully presented and deceptively large (extending to nearly 3000 square feet). This property has most of the living accommodation arranged on the ground floor, with four or five bedrooms in total, a spacious and bright sitting room, lovely open plan kitchen dining area, a large rear garden with a summer house and garage and parking to the front. This home offers options for flexible modern living that will suit many prospective buyers.
The first thing that strikes you on entering is the sense of space, given by the wide central hallway leading to the reception rooms to the rear of the property. There are three ensuite double bedrooms downstairs, two to the front with large bay windows and a third off the corridor before the sitting room. The first of these is arguably the principal bedroom with a bank of fitted wardrobes and a lovely ensuite shower room. The other two downstairs bedrooms also have great sized ensuite shower rooms featuring large walk-in shower enclosures.
The sitting room is a great size and flooded with natural light from the large French doors leading out to the garden and two windows to the side. The wood burning stove is nestled in a large hearth and this room has a great sense of tranquillity, with lovely views out over the broad rear garden to the countryside beyond.
Adjacent to the sitting room is the stunning open plan kitchen /dining room. Another room with super proportions, accessed via double glazed doors from the central corridor. The modern fitted kitchen has shaker style painted cupboards, a large gas range cooker, space for American fridge freezer and black starlight quartz worktops. There is a peninsula with bar stools facing the dining area and space for a large family dining table and occasional furniture. This room is flooded with natural light from a window, French doors and large glazed lantern above the dining area.
Leading from the kitchen diner is a utility room with a sink, storage cupboards and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. This in turn leads to the large garage, with plenty of space for a car, bicycles, kayaks & paddleboards.
There is a smart downstairs cloakroom off the hallway and an understairs cupboard for coats and boots.
Upstairs there are two further rooms. One ensuite bedroom with walk-in wardrobes, dormer window to the rear, giving full benefit of the views and an ensuite bathroom. Across the landing is a further office / guest bedroom with a dormer window to the front.
Situated at the end of Avenue Road, on Pineheath Road, there is a block paved parking area behind a front garden wall and gate with access into the garage and space to park several cars.
The rear garden is a lovely surprise in High Kelling, a beautiful area renowned for its extremely tall trees. Whilst there are a couple of these famous trees at the end of the garden, the plot is not hemmed in by them. The garden is broad and laid mostly to lawn with a lovely outlook onto Kelling Heath. There is even a gate at the very rear of the garden, to access the path leading around the heathland towards the sea. Within ten minutes stroll through alongside the steam railway line, you reach a stunning vantage point to drink in the views over Weybourne and out to sea.
There is an insulated, wooden summer house to the rear of the garden, with power and two sets of French doors, looking both over the deck and into the garden and out to the rear looking to the countryside. There is a handy storage shed and a greenhouse adjacent to the summer house.
Situated towards the end of a no-through road in the upmarket area of High Kelling. Renowned for it's tall trees this pretty spot is just over a mile away from the pretty Georgian market town of Holt.
Within easy reach of all that the North Norfolk coastline has to offer, High Kelling is a thriving community village with a fantastic village shop, doctors surgery and village hall.
Holt itself offers a fantastic array of independent shops, boutiques and cafes, including Bakers & Larners, department store with wonderful food hall. There are butchers, fishmongers, bakers and vegetable retailers in the town, alongside Budgens supermarket. A lovely place to live and popular with visitors the area too.
Home to Greshams, renowned independent school with pupils from nursery right through to sixth form, the town also has it's own primary school.
Services: Mains Electricity, Gas, Water & Drains
Heating: Gas Central Heating
Windows: Double Glazed Throughout
Council Tax: North Norfolk District Council, Band F, £ 3,030.31 (2023/2024)
Viewings: Strictly by Appointment with Big Skies Estates
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