The extension was carried out with a view to dual generation occupation and would offer the main farmhouse with some three bedrooms and the annexe with sitting room, two bedrooms and bathroom. The annexe accommodation would be on the first and ground floor level and there is a stair lift fitted to the stairs.
Alternatively the property could be used as a large five bedroom, four reception room house. The first impressions are excellent room sizes with a family room/dining room 27'6" x 18'9" (8.38m x 5.72m ) and a kitchen/breakfast room 21'10" x 14'0" ( 6.65m x 4.27m). The property exudes character with a wealth of heavy exposed oak timbering to the older part of the house, inglenook fireplace, mullion windows, etc. There is a security alarm system fitted. There are a range of outbuildings including triple garage and various further buildings and the grounds move to the less formal with an orchard with quite a variety of fruits trees, beyond that there is a plantation of indigenous hardwood trees and for those interested in EQUESTRIAN PURSUITS there is a good size grass meadow.
Great Moulton is located between Diss and Long Stratton and has facilities including post office, shop and public house and there is a primary school in neighbouring Aslacton.
To summarise, for those seeking a period property with character and interest, very flexible accommodation and excellent grounds with outbuildings, we suggest the earliest viewing to avoid disappointment.
Energy rating - D
The accommodation in brief comprises:
* HALL * SITTING ROOM * SECOND SITTING ROOM * FAMILY ROOM/DINING ROOM * KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM * UTILITY ROOM * STUDY * BATHROOM * SEPARATE WC * FIVE BEDROOMS * SECOND BATHROOM * ATTIC SPACE * TRIPLE GARAGE * OTHER OUTBUILDINGS * APPROXIMATELY FOUR ACRES (STS) *
The rooms are as follows:
HALL: Front door with brace and batten doors giving access both to the dining room and sitting room.
SITTING ROOM: (20'4" x 16'5") (6.2m x 5m) Impressive heavily timbered room with focal point inglenook fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove and brick back. Part open studwork. Aspect to front. Television point. Wall light points. Radiator.
SITTING ROOM 2: (16'5" x 9'9") (5m x 2.97m) Inglenook fireplace. Heavy exposed timbering. Wall light points. Radiator. Doorway through to…
FAMILY ROOM/DINING ROOM: (27'6" x 18'9") (8.38m x 5.72m) Ideal for entertaining. Large light, bright room with patio doors opening out onto patio area. Stairway to bedrooms one and two with stair lift. Two radiators. Built-in bar in natural brick. Triple aspect room.
AGENTS NOTE: The family room, the second sitting room, bedrooms one and two and first floor bathroom could form a separate self-contained annexe.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (21'10" x 14') (6.65m x 4.27m) Excellent large family kitchen. Extensively fitted out with oak fronted wall and floor units with panelled doors. One and a half bowl sink unit. Aspect over the gardens. Concealed lighting below the wall units. Island unit. Tiled splashbacks. Large breakfast area with both breakfast bar and plenty of space for table. Double doors opening out to the garden. Two radiators. Door to inner hall. Door to…
UTILITY ROOM: (17'9" x 9'2") (5.41m x 2.79m) Range of wall and floor units with wood fronts. Double bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Ceramic tiled floor. Oil fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water. Pine panelling. Access to boarded loft space. Separate door with cat flap. Door to…
STUDY: (17'9" x 9'0") (5.41m x 2.74m) Radiator. Aspect to front and side.
INNER HALL: Stairs to three bedrooms. Door to…
BATHROOM: (9'2" x 8'0") (2.79m x 2.44m) Suite in blue comprising panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin. Airing cupboard. Tiled splashbacks. Radiator. Wall mounted convector heater.
SEPARATE WC: Low level wc. Hand wash basin. Half tiled walls.
LANDING: Accessed from the family room with stairs with stair lift included in sale price.
BEDROOM ONE: (15'7" x 10'4") (4.75m x 3.15m) Extensively fitted out with a large range of bedroom furniture including sixteen drawers, cupboard, quilted velvet bed head, quilted velvet window seat. Built-in double wardrobe cupboard. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO: (15'6" x 9'1") (4.72m x 2.77m) Night store heater. Aspect to front. Built-in wardrobe cupboard.
BATHROOM: (11'7" x 7'7") (3.53m x 2.31m) Modern double shower unit, tiled with screen door. Suite in white comprising panelled bath with shower mixer tap, low level wc and pedestal wash basin. Walls fully tiled with ceramic tiling. Night store heater. Radiator.
SECOND LANDING: Exposed beams. Radiator. Stairway coming from inner hall. Door to…
BEDROOM THREE: (15'7" x 9'7") (4.75m x 2.92m) (minimum measurement excluding depth of wardrobe cupboard) Large wardrobe cupboard with glass mirror front. Aspect to front. Exposed beams. Radiator.
AGENTS NOTE: Low level door connects this half of the house with landing to bedrooms one and two.
BEDROOM FOUR: (15'6" x 8'5") (4.72m x 2.57m) Exposed beams. Aspect to front. Radiator. Access to eaves storage space.
BEDROOM FIVE: (12'0" x 11'3") (3.66m x 3.43m) Aspect to front. Radiator. Exposed beams.
OUTSIDE: The grounds extend to approximately four acres (sts) divided into formal gardens, meadow and woodland. To the front of the property there is a double entrance horseshoe driveway giving a pleasing first impression with walling to the boundary and two five bar gates and herbaceous border to the front of the property. There is a shingle driveway down the side of the property giving plenty of parking and leading to TRIPLE GARAGE 16'7" x 10'2" (5.05m x 3.1m) and 16'2" x 22'3" (4.93m x 6.78m), three up and over doors and light and power. There is a further timber and felt garden shed and garage block. There are very well stocked herbaceous borders, shrubs, trees and there is a barbecue area with brick dwarf walling, pergolas and barbecue. To the other side of the lawn there is SUMMERHOUSE again with terrace in front. From the formal area there is a walk through some mature trees to a further area of lawn that has been planted up as an orchard with fruit trees including plum, cherry and pear, there is evergreen hedging to the boundaries and there are lawns between the fruit trees. This leads through to further large meadow area that would be ideal for anyone wanting it as an equestrian pursuit. There is a power and water point laid on to this area. There is a sweeping L-shaped section of indigenous hardwood trees that are now reaching maturity down two sides partly off the meadow area. Beyond the woodland is the London to Norwich railway. There is a further sheltered area between the meadow and the orchard where there is a further timber and felt outbuilding 32'7" x 10'8" (9.93m x 3.25m) and there is an area in front of it enclosed by conifer hedging with concrete strips and concrete hard standing.