Diss Road, Burston, Diss, Norfolk, IP22

££725,000 Guide

4 Bedroom Other For Sale

Guide Price £725,000 to £775,000

Nestled in the heart of this charming village, this property enjoys a serene position overlooking Market Lane. Over time, Burston has become a sought-after location, boasting a delightful mix of period and modern homes, supported by a vibrant local community and excellent amenities including schools, a pub, a church, a village hall and playing fields. The historic market town of Diss is just three miles south, surrounded by the picturesque countryside of the Waveney Valley. Diss offers a wide range of daily conveniences and facilities, as well as a mainline railway station providing regular services to London Liverpool Street and Norwich.

The property itself comprises a Grade II listed farmhouse, believed to date back to the 1600s and is of oak timber frame construction, showcasing numerous period features that exude charm and character. Spanning 2,000 square feet, the accommodation is well-appointed and generously proportioned, with the potential of dual living and annexe accommodation. In recent years, the current owners have diligently maintained the property, with scheduled works carried out, notably including re-roofing done approximately four years ago and the installation of a new oil-fired central heating boiler in 2017 and partial re-wire of the property in 2018. Attention is also drawn to the sixteen solar panels, benefiting from a feed-in tariff, generating approximately 0.56 pence per kilowatt, with ten years still remaining on the fixed tariff.

The gardens and grounds themselves are a standout feature. Essentially, the overall plot encompasses 2.5 acres, with formal gardens adjoining the rear of the farmhouse. They extend to a small meadow with a pond, outbuildings and solar panels in the distance. A five-bar gate leads to a larger meadow, bordered by established trees and hedgerows, offering a delightful rural view over the unspoilt countryside.

ENTRANCE PORCH: (1.79m x 1.97m) (5' 10" x 6' 5") With solid oak door to front, pantile flooring, double doors opening through to... 

RECEPTION ROOM ONE/LOUNGE: (4.62m x 4.18m) (15' 1" x 13' 8")  A generously sized formal reception room with a dual aspect. The main focal being the charming inglenook fireplace with a bressumer beam and a cast iron wood-burning stove on a pantile hearth, showcasing lovely exposed timbers and beams.  Open studwork leading through to.... 

RECEPTION ROOM TWO/SNUG: (4.62m x 3.12m) (15' 1" x 10' 2") A double aspect room connected to reception room two, again displaying a wealth of exposed timbers and beams. Stairs leading to the third bedroom.

RECEPTION ROOM THREE/DINING ROOM: (4.69m x 3.13m) (15' 4" x 10' 3") Featuring exposed timbers and beams, open studwork leading to the kitchen, an inglenook fireplace with a bresummer beam and an old cooking stove. Brick flooring and unique brickwork between the beams add feature.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (3.22m x 4.42m) (10' 6" x 14' 6") Situated at the back of the property with external door giving access onto the terrace. This bespoke kitchen offers a range of wall and floor units with integrated appliances including a five-ring gas hob, double oven, fridge and space for a washing machine or dishwasher. Solid wood worktop and access to the inner hall. . 

INNER HALL: (1.04m x 2.16m) (3' 4" x 7' 1") (At this point and as seen on the floorplan there is the potential for a dual living aspect). Providing access to the cloakroom/wc and reception room four. Further door to rear giving access to the gardens. Brick weave flooring flowing through to the WC. 

CLOAKROOM/WC: (1.04m x 2.51m) (3' 4" x 8' 2") Window to rear, comprising of a recently replaced low level wc and hand wash basin.  

RECEPTION ROOM FOUR: (3.54m x 4.17m) (11' 7" x 13' 8") West-facing view. Staircase to the first floor leading to the fourth bedroom and a door to the double garage, brick weave flooring and currently used as office. 

FIRST FLOOR:  

LANDING: (3.60m x 1.41m) (11' 9" x 4' 7") (measurements including staircase rising from ground floor level). Giving access to the three bedrooms and family bathroom. Built-in storage cupboard to side. Window to side. 

BEDROOM ONE: (4.52m x 3.71m) (14' 9" x 12' 2")  A spacious principal bedroom with a double aspect and views to the front and rear. Features exposed timbers, beams and charming red brickwork from the chimney. It includes two double built-in storage cupboards and a hidden entrance to bedroom three.

BEDROOM TWO: (3.06m x 4.51m) (10' x 14' 9") Aspect to front, this sizeable double bedroom boasts exposed timbers, beams and a lovely red brick chimney. It has a large built-in storage cupboard beside the chimney measuring 1.57m x 1.38m (5' 1" x 4' 6").

BEDROOM THREE: (4.49m x 2.87m) (14' 8" x 9' 4") Positioned at the front, this good-sized double bedroom features exposed timbers, beams and a mullion window. It has separate access with stairs leading to the ground floor and reception room two.

BEDROOM FOUR: (4.11m (into eaves) x 4.16m (max) (13' 5" (into eaves) x 13' 7" (max) This large double bedroom with a dormer window offers ample space.

BATHROOM: (3.28m x 2.86m) (10' 9" x 9' 4") A recently replaced suite, excellently presented and comprising bath, separate tiled shower cubicle, wc and hand wash basin. 

SERVICES:
Mains electrics 
Heating - by way of an oil fired central heating boiler via radiators (installed in 2017)
EPC- D - Grade II Listed
Council Tax - E
Drainage - Private
Tenure - Freehold

Tenure: Freehold

Diss Road, Burston, Diss, Norfolk, IP22
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