Back to property search

5 bedroom detached house – Dickleburgh

Guide Price £450,000

Property Details

Location The Old Bakery is within the heart of the village with the local amenities close to hand including the village pub, post office/stores and a primary school. Just 5 miles away is the bustling market town of Diss on the Norfolk/Suffolk border with a surprising number of independent specialist shops and businesses providing a wide variety of goods and services. The town has well regarded schools, good sporting and leisure facilities and a wide range of social activities. Diss station provides frequent mainline commuter services to Norwich, Ipswich and London Liverpool Street. The regional, cultural and business centre of Norwich lies approximately 20 miles to the north, the renowned Heritage Coast, including Southwold and Aldeburgh, is 45 minutes away within easy reach by car.

The Property The house itself is an attractive semi detached property listed as grade 11 indicating a property of architectural or historical importance. The original timber frame has been revealed as well as the fireplaces in various rooms, and a number of the doors are the traditional ledge and brace type. Whilst the character has been retained, the house has been updated over the years to include hardwood double glazed windows and most recently a new 'Wren' kitchen and a modern but traditional style bathroom suite.

The first floor has three bedrooms each with revealed timberwork and then a steep stair leads to the two attic bedrooms. It should be noted that these two rooms have limited ceiling height with a maximum of between 6'2 and 6'5

Outside and Buildings There are two real surprises with this property; the extent of ground (its set in 0.28ac), and the number of outbuildings.

The garden area is at the foot of the plot and is very much a blank canvas enclosed by a combination of flint wall and close boarded fencing. There are a few trees and some areas of concrete hardstanding.

The outbuildings form two ranges directly behind the house. In one range there has been much done and they have been used as a beauty salon (the commercial use has since ceased but could be reinstated). To the rear of these is the redbrick period barn which has undergone some improvements such as the roof being overhauled. The range to the other side has been divided into three mains areas by stud walling (this could be removed) and additionally has two toilets and a washroom.

The buildings offer huge potential for those looking for storage, working from home, running their own business, or possibly for conversion to some form of residential use such as B&B units.

Services Mains water and electricity and drainage are connected. LPG gas fired boiler providing heating to radiators.

Directions From Diss travelling east towards the Scole roundabout. Turn left and head north on the A140 Norwich road. At the next roundabout turn right and head into Dickleburgh village. The Old Bakery is on the right immediately after the public house.

Viewing Strictly by appointment with TW Gaze.

Freehold Council Tax Band - D

Ref: 2/18844/MS
x

Book a Viewing

Your details

Your address

Please note by submitting your details you are agreeing for TW Gaze to store your data in order to process your enquiry and that you have read our Privacy Policy.

Call 01379 641 341 for more details on this property

Book a Viewing