Dating back to 1805, The Old Rectory near Bunghay in Norfolk is a refurbished period house with much to recommend it. The property has been much worked upon by the current owners; period features including cornicing, fireplaces and the traditional oak flooring. A hard wood conservatory has also been added to the house, creating a useful open-plan kitchen/dining room. There is also currently planning permission for an orangery to the east of the house.
Accommodation currently comprises: entrance hall, drawing room, sitting room, study, kitchen/dining area, cloakroom, cellar, and master bedroom suite plus three first floor bedrooms and a family bathroom, as well as two second floor bedrooms with a bathroom.
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Outside is a large area of lawn with a grass tennis court, a raised kitchen garden and three outbuildings. A pond to the south sits next to the patio, which runs along the full south side of the property. Further lawns and parkland sweep to the west to adjoin the church.
The Old Rectory is situated on the outskirts of Ditchingham; the market town of Bunghay is just one mile and has a number of boutique shops alongside everyday amenities. Norwich is twelve miles, and has trains into London Liverpool Street.
The guide price is £1.15m. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01473 218 218 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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