Picture No. 12
0.49 Ac(0.20 Ha)
Guide price £599,000

Pinfold LaneHindolveston, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 5BX

  • Under offer

Key features

  • 3 reception rooms
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Detached studio
  • Old stable
  • Delightful gardens

A charming edge of village house, enjoying a south facing position with delightful gardens and grounds.

About this property

  • The White House is a charming period house, believed to date back to the late 18th century, enjoying a peaceful edge of village position, set in delightful mature gardens.

    The house has been sympathetically improved to make use of all space and its south facing position, with plenty of natural light. The main entrance is onto the rear hall, which leads into the open plan kitchen/sitting/breakfast area. This is a lovely room, dual aspect to the east and south and with oil fired Rayburn, and providing a dining area, seating area, and then kitchen units. Further to this main room is a separate dining room leading into the drawing room, with fireplace and window seat with shutters. The ground floor accommodation includes further useful rooms including utility and WC.

    Stairs lead up to the first floor landing, with fine views of the garden, and leading to all rooms. There is a well proportioned master bedroom suite, incorporating a bath in the main room and an en-suite shower room. There are a further two bedrooms, and family bathroom.

    The house is in good order having recently been the subject of a redecoration programme, with under floor heating to the ground floor and bathrooms.

    Adjoining the house to the southwest is the traditionally built Old Stables, which is currently used as storage, and is a large space of approximately 22ft x 14 ft, and suitable for a variety of uses which could also be incorporated into the main house subject to gaining the necessary consents.

    Separate to the house is a timber studio, with windows.

    OUTSIDE
    The White House is approached from the east, onto a gravelled drive through wrought iron gates flanked by wrought iron park railings, to a gravelled parking and turning area. There are parking for a number of cars, and this area adjoins the Old Stable, studio and house.

    The gardens and grounds are a particularly attractive feature of the house, and have been well arranged and improved to create different areas of interest. The main area of lawn is to the south of the house, sweeping round to the east of the house, with a paved seating area adjoining the house from the kitchen and dining room and separated from the lawns by rose and lavender beds with box hedging. The house is clad in wisteria, with an established fig and mature apple also to the south.

    To the east of the house is the kitchen garden, with square beds bordered in part by box hedging, with kitchen and cutting garden, espaliered fruit trees, many shrubs and greenhouse. A path leads round to the north where there is a courtyard garden, partly paved, and wood store with picket fence and gate back onto the gravelled parking area. A further area of shrubs and well stocked herbaceous borders are to the west of the main lawn, leading into a wooded area, and with a path through wrought iron park fencing back to the parking area.

    There is a further area of garden and wooded area to the west of the parking area, adjoining the studio.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Beautifully presented house on the edge of the village, with lovely gardens and a useful store that offers potential for a variety of uses.

Ben RivettProperty agent

Local information

  • The White House enjoys a quiet and private location on the edge of the village of Hindolveston. The house is well positioned for the popular Georgian town of Holt (approximately 6½ miles to the north). The town is renowned for its boutique shopping, Byford's delicatessen, good restaurants and pubs and further specialist and everyday shopping. Melton Constable and Briston (approximately 3 miles) also offer good local amenities including award winning butchers, post office and general stores.
  • The famous North Norfolk coast is approximately 12 miles to the north at Blakeney, with the village and coastline an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and deservedly popular with ornithologists and sailing enthusiasts. There area plethora of restaurants and pubs in the area, seal trips at both Morston and Blakeney and a network of coastal walks through the marshes and beaches.
  • Norwich, the cathedral city and regional centre of East Anglia, is approximately 12 miles, and has a thriving business community together with cultural and leisure activities for most tastes, good independent schools and a regular rail service to London Liverpool Street with a journey time of 1 hour 50 minutes

Additional information

  • SERVICES
  • Mains water, electricity and drainage. Part under floor heating, oil fired central heating.
  • FIXTURES & FITTINGS
  • 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.
  • Directions: Leave Norwich on the A1067 Norwich to Fakenham Road. Upon reaching Guist, turn right signed to Holt (B1110 Holt Road). Continue on this road for approximately 3 miles and at the crossroads turn right signed to Hindolveston. Proceed into the village and take the second right signed to Foulsham (Pinfold Lane) and the driveway to The White House is the second on the left, onto a gravelled drive through wrought iron gates. The postcode for the property is NR20 5BX.
  • EPC Rating = F