Langar House, Holt Road, Edgefield, Melton Constable, Norfolk

For Sale - £699,500

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Property Description

The Property

Langar House is an idyllic, detached brick and flint cottage, sitting in the centre of its plot in the picturesque popular village of Edgefield. This delightful property offers well-proportioned rooms throughout with the downstairs comprising a kitchen, dining room and sitting room, both with woodburning stoves, utility room and cloakroom. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, two family bathrooms with free standing roll top baths and hand-held showers.  The gravel drive provides plenty of room for parking, approached off the road leading into the village.  The pretty wrap-around garden is planted with mature trees and shrubs and the majority is laid to lawn.  There is a summer house in the far rear corner with raised beds each side.   

The interior of Langar House has an abundance of character features, including beams, exposed brick and flint walls, flagstone flooring throughout the ground floor and inglenook fireplaces and woodburning stoves in both the sitting room and dining room. The accommodation flows well, with French doors from the garden path leading into the spacious entrance hall, and into the kitchen. The entrance has a wonderful feeling of space with high ceilings and light floods through the windows and French doors into the open-plan kitchen and dining room.  A magnificent distressed pine dresser enhances the entrance as well as providing useful storage.  The cloakroom and utility room lead directly off the entrance. The cloakroom has a hand wash basin and loo, while the utility room is equipped with a butler sink, wooden worktops and plumbing on either side of the sink for a washing machine and tumble dryer. 

The kitchen has built-in wooden kitchen units, a butler sink, wooden worktops, a Kenwood range cooker and recessed spaces for a dishwasher and fridge freezer.  Also included are two distressed pine cupboards and central island unit with shelving underneath.  The front door leads out to the garden from the kitchen and windows overlook the side of the garden.  

The dining room leads off the kitchen and has a huge inglenook fireplace and a woodburning stove.  There is plenty of room for a good size dining table and the light comes through from a window overlooking the garden and a pretty glass and pine door leading back through to the entrance hall.    

The sitting room is a generous size, full of character with plenty of space for comfortable sofas and features an inglenook fireplace with exposed brickwork, that houses a woodburning stove. There are windows to the side and front, with wonderful views over the garden.   

The main staircase, between the dining room and kitchen leads up to the first floor landing, running the full length of the cottage with recessed book shelves, off which are four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The first bedroom on the left at the top of the stairs has dual aspect commanding lovely views over the front and side of the garden, a built-in wardrobe and wonderful exposed beams up to the ceiling. Steps from the landing lead down into the bathroom, which has a roll top bath, hand-held shower, hand wash basin and loo. Bedroom Two to the right of the staircase is another double bedroom with wooden panelling, a built in wardrobe and wonderful views over the front garden.  The second bathroom lies in between the second and third bedroom, with a rolltop bath and hand-held shower, hand wash basin and loo.  Bedroom Three is another pretty room overlooking the front garden with an in-built wardrobe.  Bedroom Four at the end of the landing is currently used as an office and has a window facing the rear garden.  

Outside 

Langar House is accessed from an enclosed gravelled driveway, which provides plenty of parking and passes through a gate into the wrap-around garden.   A gravel path surrounds the house and leads to the front and back doors.  The front garden is primarily lawn with mature shrubs and trees and a landscaped rockery.    

The rear garden is also laid to lawn and with a path leading to the French doors into the entrance hall.  In the far corner there is a summer house, which may be used to store garden furniture or to enjoy the winter sun during the colder months.  The walk down from the summer house is bordered either side by raised flower beds filled with mature plants and flowers.  

Holiday Let Opportunity

Langar House is currently a main residence, though could easily lend itself to being a second home with potential to generate a second income as a holiday let.  For more information on the holiday let potential of Langar House, contact the team at Big Skies

The Location 

Edgefield is a pretty rural village surrounded by rolling countryside and woodland, whilst having the advantage of being a short drive to the north Norfolk coast much of which is a designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the popular Georgian market town of Holt. The village has an excellent pub 'The Pigs', 'Edgefield Nurseries' and a garage.    

For keen walkers, Edgefield offers wonderful woodland walks from the doorstep.

Holt has an excellent choice of independent shops, eateries, a doctors' surgery, dentist, opticians, butchers, a primary school and Gresham's public school.  The beaches of Weybourne, Cley and Blakeney are just a few miles away with wonderful walks, beaches and a plethora of pubs and cafés to choose from.  Keen birdwatchers can also take advantage of the fantastic resources and experiences provided by the renowned Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes Visitors Centre. 

The nearest railway station is Sheringham for the Bittern Line, which runs between Sheringham and Norwich and provides links to Norwich and beyond. The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport. 

For golf enthusiasts there are several world class courses nearby. The Royal Cromer, famous for being designed by Tom Morris and James Braid and the links courses at Sheringham, Mundesley and Hunstanton are also within easy driving distance and are open to non-members.

Other Information 

Services: Mains Electricity and Water / septic tank

Heating: Oil fired central heating 

Windows: Wooden fully double glazed 

EPC: Exempt due to being Grade II Listed

Council Tax: Band F, North Norfolk District Council £2,300.48 p.a. (2023-2024)

Tenure: Freehold

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with Big Skies Estates.

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.

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