Stunning Eco home in excellent South Norfolk location.
Drumwood House is a superb example of an eco home designed 12 years ago in a delightful woodland setting. Offering around 3500sq ft of stunning modern
accommodation that allows for flexible living.
A careful attention to creating an ecological and an economically efficient property was implemented and as such the property benefits from an impressive B energy performance rating thanks to the quality of the insulation, air source heat pump, PV panelling and insulated glazing.
A high specification kitchen with a range of built in appliances are all set within a stunning corian work surface. The property boasts an array of extra features such as inbuilt wiring for sound systems, infrared sensors to automate hot water and underfloor heating.
Of particular note is the principal bedroom suite which consists of both an en suite and a dressing room. The real highlight however is the glass balcony which features commanding views over the gardens and provides enough space to have a small table and chairs to relax and fully appreciate the position.
Within the grounds is a detached and sound-proofed studio currently being used as a music room but offering scope for a multitude of uses depending on requirements. With a shower room already in situ and subject to obtaining the necessary permissions this could be transformed into an annexe to allow for multi-generational living as well as making an ideal spacious office away from the main home.
Sitting proudly within its plot of 1.77 acres and enjoying an idyllic setting the property is approached via a large gravel driveway leading to the double garage allowing for plenty of parking. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs planted which creates a good deal of natural privacy around the property. A rear patio terrace taking in the garden panoramic makes the perfect spot to entertain outdoors.
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The quality of the build is only matched by the stunning setting to which the property resides.Tom ClaytonProperty agent