Savills | Frogs Hall Lane, Norwich, NR1 1TY | Property for sale
4.14 Ac(1.68 Ha)
Guide price £950,000(504,042 BHD)

Frogs Hall LaneNorwich, NR1 1TY

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Executive family home
  • Spacious and well proportioned accommodation
  • Ample parking with double garage and cart lodge
  • Close to Norwich city centre
  • Gardens and grounds in all extend to about 4.14 of an acre

Delightfully positioned family house set in about 4.14 acres of mature gardens close to Norwich

About this property

    Cremorne House is a high quality contemporary house quietly tucked away in a delightful mature garden close to Norwich city centre and the train station. The property was built in 2004 with a later two storey addition completed in 2006. The house now provides about 3,598 square feet of well-proportioned accommodation over two floors and all the principal rooms are south facing and overlook the garden and views beyond. The property is well-presented throughout and all bathrooms have been updated within the last three years. The kitchen, family room and sitting room all have doors leading out to the garden making the most of the wonderful position the house sits in. There are three en suite bedrooms and a further two bedrooms and family bathroom. Other useful rooms include a study and utility room.

    The property is approached via a private gravelled driveway leading through a pair of timber gates to a private drive leading to the double garage and cart lodge which sweeps around to the north and east sides of the house. The double garage has a pair of up and over doors and the cart lodge is open fronted. The majority of the gardens are then on the east and south sides of the house with pleasant views over the grounds. The formal gardens are largely grassed with paved terrace areas around the house and attractive shrubberies. The land is screened from the formal part of the garden by hedging and is mature with grass walkways and a large variety of shrubs and trees. The gardens and grounds in all extend to about 4.14 of an acre.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

It's rare to find a property so close to Norwich with four acres of land.

Polly HughesProperty agent

Local information

  • The house is situated quietly at the end of a private drive off Yarmouth Road and is on the boundary of Norwich and Thorpe St. Andrew. Locally, there is a good medical practice and chemist, as well as a public house and restaurant. Sainsbury's supermarket is a short distance at Pound Lane. The attractive River Green is less than a mile away at Thorpe St. Andrew, which again has further facilities including restaurants. Cremorne House is approximately one mile from Norwich train station which has a mainline service to London Liverpool Street with the fastest journey time being 90 minutes. Norwich city centre is approximately one and a half miles from the property and provides excellent retail, gastronomic and cultural offerings with vibrant and award winning covered market, a plethora of cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes, theatres, galleries and a growing art sector. The city has a deep history, with a timeline of architecture, and is carefully managed to strike the right balance of independent and nationwide retail offerings. The city has renowned schooling in both the private and public sectors, together with the University of East Anglia.

Additional information

  • Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
  • Broadland District Council: Band G.
  • All fixtures and fittings including fitted carpets and curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
  • Strictly by appointment with Savills. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.
  • The initial part of the driveway is shared with rights of access granted to the private drive to the house. There is an additional entrance via Cremorne Lane leading to the private drive to the house via a pair of timber gates. There is Japanese knotweed in the curtilage of the property which is currently in its third year of a Japanese knotweed eradication treatment plan.
  • Directions: Leave Norwich via Thorpe Road passing the train station and Cotman Road. Shortly after the Fat Cat public house on the right hand side, turn right into Frogs Hall Lane. Follow this private lane down through a pair of timber gates into the drive of Cremorne House. The postcode for the property is NR1 1TY
  • EPC Rating = C