Extended family farmhouse, offering four bedrooms, three reception rooms, a range of outbuildings, double garage - all set within a mature plot. Stamp Duty included.
Guide Price 399,950
Accommodation comprises briefly:
Gardens & Grounds
Double Garage & Parking
Pansthorne Farm House dates back in parts to the 1600's but was substantially extended and improved in early 2000's. Formerly a working farm until the 1980's, the farmhouse was separated from the land and buildings to create this wonderful family home you see today.
On entering the main house you are welcomed into the entrance porch, which has the original staircase winding up to the first floor. On the ground floor there are three reception rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room. The two main reception rooms form part of the original house with large inglenook fireplaces, exposed timbers & beams. The dining hall was added in 2000, attaching the house to the rear of the cottage. The room has pamment tiled floor and a stunning staircase which leads up to the galleried landing. Adjacent is the kitchen/breakfast room which has a pamment floor, exposed timbers, a built in dresser and a selection of floor cabinets. The is space for a range style cooker, has an inset butlers sink, pue bench and space for a breakfast table. On the first floor are three double rooms and a very good sized single room. The master bedroom benefits from two built in wardrobe cupboards and an en-suite bathroom comprising a modern four piece suite. The family bathroom completes the first floor accommodation.
On approach, a shared gravel driveway leads down the side of the property to the rear where there is a large parking area and timber clad double garage. Adjacent to the house is the courtyard style garden which offers a lovely sun trap, being fully paved and enclosed by a brick and flint retaining wall. The lawned gardens sweep around the side of the property to the front, where you will find a number of fruit trees and shrubs. There is an outbuilding which comprise a laundry room (9ft5 x7ft9) and separate general store (9ft5 x 23ft6). In all the plot extends to approx 0.37 acres (sts).
The property is situated in the centre of South Lopham village, which lies on the A1066. The village itself has a church, village pub and village hall, with further facilities available in the neighbouring villages of Garboldisham, Redgrave and Bressingham. The market town of Diss has further facilities including three supermarkets, a bustling high street and a wide range of cafes, bars, pubs and restaurants. There is also a mainline train station with frequent services to London Liverpool Street. The property falls into St Andrew's North Lopham Primary School catchment and Diss High School catchment.
From Diss, proceed towards Thetford on the A1066 passing through the villages of Roydon and Bressingham. On entering the village of South Lopham, turn left onto Redgrave Road where the property will be found immediately on the left hand side.
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Septic tank. Mains electricity and water connected. Oil fired radiator central heating.
Breakland District Council
Tax Band: E
Energy Rating: F
Postcode: IP22 2HL
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.