Savills | Birch Gate, Silfield Road, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 9AX | New homes for sale
1,302 sq ft(120.96 sq m)
Guide price £415,000

Birch GateSilfield Road, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 9AX

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2022
  • Fronting Onto Open Space
  • A Garage and Two Parking Spaces
  • A Fireplace in the Living Room
  • Set in the Historic Market Town of Wymondham
  • Built by the Multi-Award Winning Hopkins Homes
  • 10 Year NHBC Warranty
  • Marketing Suite Open – Call to Book a Viewing
  • The development is 97% sold, just 5 homes remaining

The Ingol presents a detached home that fronts onto OPEN SPACE & has a SOUTH facing garden. There's a FIREPLACE in the living room & OPEN PLAN kitchen. This home has a GARAGE & PARKING.

About this property

  • The Ingol, Plot 145

    Plot 145, The Ingol, presents a beautiful, detached home featuring a spacious living room with a FIREPLACE and French doors leading out to the garden. The kitchen/dining/breakfast area is open plan and has another set of French doors. Downstairs there's also a separate study and cloakroom. In addition to the generous family bathroom, the large master bedroom boasts an en-suite. Double fitted wardrobes are included in the master bedroom, bedroom two and bedroom three. This home is accompanied with a garage and parking.

    SPECIFICATION
    Kitchens
    Choice of kitchen cupboards and worktop
    Oven, hob and extractor fan, fitted as standard
    Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, where possible
    Choice of wall tiles from our selected range
    Choice of floor tiles from our selected range

    Electrical
    Double socket outlets throughout
    Outside lighting to front and rear, on certain plots
    TV points to living room and all bedrooms
    Telephone points to living room, study and all bedrooms

    Plumbing
    Central heating via thermostatically controlled radiators/panel heaters
    White sanitaryware throughout with chrome-effect mixer taps, plus white bath panel and matching seat
    Outside tap, where possible

    Carpentry
    Moulded skirting and architraves painted white
    White painted staircase
    Four panel internal doors with matching chrome-effect handles

    Ceilings
    Ceilings smooth throughout with coved cornicing, where possible

    Wall tiling
    Kitchen - between worktop and wall cupboards
    Bathroom - half-height all round
    En-Suite - full-height to shower cubicle with splashback to hand basin and tiled window sill where applicable
    En-Suite with bath - full-height to shower cubicle and half-height all around
    Cloakroom - splashback to hand basin and tiled window sill, where applicable

    Other items
    This property includes fireplace
    Loft light, where applicable
    Panel fencing between rear gardens, where applicable
    Front garden landscaped and turfed, where applicable
    Rear garden cleared, rotivated and topsoiled, where applicable
    All internal walls painted gardenia white.

    *Choice available, subject to stage of construction. Terms & conditions apply. This specification is intended only as a guide, some items may vary from plot to plot.

Local information

  • The rural hamlet of Silfield lies on a quiet country lane approximately 1 mile from the A11 and 2 miles from the popular market town of Wymondham. The A47 southern bypass is 6½ miles away whilst the centre of Norwich is 10 miles to the northeast. Enjoy a refreshment in a local public house or delightful tea room.
  • Wymondham is a charming, historic Norfolk market town. Whilst Wymondham has changed with the times, it has maintained its market town atmosphere with an attractive town centre, famous for its Abbey and many fine buildings of architectural note. The shopping centre has a good range of shops, banking and schooling facilities, as well as leisure centres and a health centre. There is a Waitrose and Morrison's supermarket. There are superb connections to the A11 by road or rail.

Additional information

  • Lying just under 10 miles to Norwich's south-west, the ancient market town of Wymondham can be found. With an intriguing past and a flourishing present, the town offers plenty to see and do. Historic houses and buildings line the streets near to the market square, whilst a short walk will take you to some breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside that envelopes the homes at Birch Gate.
  • The town dates back to Anglo-Saxon times with records of a Saxon church lying close to the site of the impressive ‘Wymondham Abbey' that still stands today. The church of St Mary and St Thomas of Canterbury or ‘Wymondham Abbey' as it is commonly known is noted as one of the grandest religious buildings in East Anglia, it is complete with a hammer-beam roof featuring 200 angels, 14th century font and two towers that can be seen from miles away. Plenty of buildings of interest are dotted throughout the town including the iconic Grade I listed Market Cross. Standing tall in the market square, this octagonal building now serves as a Tourist Information Centre. The Green Dragon public house is one of the oldest pubs in the country dating back to the 14th century and provides a friendly and inviting atmosphere for a drink or meal.
  • Wymondham is served by several educational facilities, including the Ashleigh Primary School & Nursery, Robert Kett Junior School, Wymondham High and Wymondham College. Nearby Norwich offers further education at the renowned University of East Anglia (UEA).
  • Wymondham is home to several eateries including the timber beamed Cross Keys public house, the Kindreds Restaurant offering fine dining and the award-winning Station Bistro, offering superb food in a train carriage for something out of the ordinary. With amenities close to hand, Wymondham is well serviced with a local library, pharmacy, banks and Community Hospital. The town provides a mix of local and high street stores whilst nearby Norwich can be reached easily for a wider range of shops or a day out. Placed just off the A11, Wymondham has excellent links to Norwich to the north, Cambridge to the south-west and Thetford to the south. Boasting its own railway station on the Breckland Line, the town can be a great starting point to explore Norfolk and beyond.
  • Directions: The postcode for Sat Nav is: NR18 9AX By Road: Norwich 10.8 miles Norwich International Airport 12 miles Thetford 21.2 miles Cromer 32.3 miles Cambridge 54.4 miles Stansted Airport 74 miles London Marble Arch 111 miles By Rail: Norwich 14 mins Thetford 17 mins Cambridge 1 hr 7 mins Cromer 1 hr 13 mins Stansted Airport 1 hr 45 mins London King's Cross 2 hrs 13 mins London Liverpool Street 2 hrs 22 mins All travel times and distances are approximate and are courtesy of: googlemaps.co.uk and nationalrail.co.uk
  • EPC Rating = B
  • Tenure = Freehold