Impressive modern farmhouse in a rural setting.
Perownes Farm is an impressive family home, built in 2013 to a high standard, in a delightfully quiet setting on the edge of farmland, yet very convenient for access to the A47 and Norwich.
The house provides over 4000 square feet of living space, with the current owners utilising traditional building methods with exposed beams and casement windows, with contemporary touches including under floor heating to all floors and stylish bathrooms to create a successful blend of modern and comfortable living. The extensive use of oak gives the house a warmth throughout, with plenty of glazing providing light and airy rooms, with internal glazing sharing the light between rooms. Of particular note are the central sitting room and dining room, with attractive fireplaces with contemporary and traditional wood burners, part open plan and feeding into a delightful garden room. The kitchen is equally as impressive with bespoke cabinetry, breakfast bar and dining area with floor to ceiling glazing with a useful utility adjoining with matching cabinetry. A more cosy snug room, with fireplace, is at one end of the house and a functional boot room area and WC.
The bedrooms are on the first and second floors, with generous proportions and fine views over the gardens and countryside beyond. There are three main double bedrooms on the first floor with en suite dressing rooms and shower rooms, with a further fourth double bedroom with en suite shower room. Stairs continue up to the second floor, with distinctive vaulted ceilings, with a fifth double bedroom with en suite bath/shower room. This floor hosts the substantial principal bedroom, a superb space with en suite bath/shower room and dressing room, with large dormer windows and Juliet balcony with far reaching views. All the stylish bathrooms have quality contemporary fittings.
Perownes Farm is approached off a country lane onto a gravelled drive, through panelled electric gates mounted on brick walls with pillars, sweeping up to a substantial parking and turning area in front of the house that continues up to the double garage.
The gardens are charming, predominantly south facing and have been thoughtfully landscaped with many points of interest. Box hedging divides areas including expanses of lawns, wildlife pond, shrubberies and well stocked herbaceous borders, pergola clad with roses and clematis, box topiary, and kitchen garden with raised beds. To the rear of the house is an array of enclosed outdoor entertaining areas, with terraces, bbq area, raised flower beds and attractive greenhouse providing a delightful space to enjoy particularly when teamed with opening up the garden room.
Within about 1.2 acres of grounds is the double garage, and external stairs leading up to a first floor studio with shower room, which can be utilised in many different ways.
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A modern farmhouse on this scale, in a rural location, is such a rarity and an excellent opportunity to live a rural lifestyle with modern convenience.Ben Rivett