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6 bedroom detached house – East Church Street, Kenninghall

Guide price £975,000

Property Details


East Church Street is considered by many to be one of the finest streets in the local area and it's just a short walk to the centre of the village and to its many facilities including a popular public house, church, post office store, doctors and a well regarded primary school. There is a particularly good community spirit in the village which supports many activities throughout the year. The bustling market town of Diss is around 10 miles to the east and has a mainline rail station to Norwich to London Liverpool Steet line (90 mins) and Attleborough, a similar distance away, is the Norwich to Cambridge line. The market town of Bury St Edmunds lies some 21 miles to the south west. The cathedral city of Norwich is within easy reach (22 miles) via the A11.

The Property 

The Grange has been cherished by the same family for a number of decades and it’s easy to see why…The property offers the ‘full package’, lots of space both internally and externally, period features, a traditional layout which marries up with its excellent, edge of village position. As it stands today, aspects of this delightful home now require investment and modernisation, however there is so much for the next lucky owners to love. The house has a welcoming feel, with its impressive wide entrance hallway, exuding a sense of grandeur, which in turn leads down the length of the home, providing access to several formal reception rooms and a one time office, as well as the ‘hub’ of the home - the kitchen/diner, scullery and boot room. The theme of ‘space’ continues upstairs, with impressive, bright landing, generous bedrooms and ideal guest wing towards the back of the house, which can be accessed via the secondary former servants staircase. 


Metal entrance gate and stock fencing greet you upon arrival, opening into the large gravel driveway which also splays to the front. The house sits relatively central to its grounds, which comprise expanse of lawns, shrubs and various mature trees which provide privacy. The east side of the house continues with lawn, along with sculpted and purposely planted hedges, giving a formal feel to this particular section of the garden. A collection of clay lump outbuildings located next to the bio mass hopper now require repair, however, could have potential to restore or even convert (subject to pp and listing consent). 

Agent note. The property has modern Biomass heating system which requires further investment in order to be operational. Alternatively, an oil boiler could be installed at the buyers expense. 


Mains water, electricity are connected. Biomass boiler (see note above). 

Tenure: Freehold


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What3words: maybe.clef.craters

Council tax band: G

Ref: 2/19490/RM


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