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A very well presented four bedroom detached farm house with a two bedroom detached annexe situated on a plot measuring half an acre (stms). The accommodation comprises hall, breakfast area, kitchen, bathroom, entrance conservatory, utility room, dining room, lounge, four bedrooms with an en-suite to bedroom two. The annexe accommodation comprises kitchen/living room, bathroom and two bedrooms. The property further benefits from a mature plot, off road parking for numerous vehicles, central heating, double glazing and an external swimming pool. Local amenities can be found in Sutton Bridge or Terrington St Clement, with more extensive facilities found in King's Lynn Town Centre including a main line rail link into Cambridge and London King's Cross. Property ref: 121_1132_4595588

Hall Double glazed door and window to front, stairs to first floor, radiator and fitted carpet. Breakfast Area 7' 7" Max x 10' 3" Max (2.31m x 3.12m) Double glazed window to rear, fitted kitchen units, cupboard housing oil fired boiler and tiled flooring. Kitchen 14' 7" x 8' 8" (4.44m x 2.64m) Double glazed windows to front and side, fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units, butler sink, integrated dishwasher and fridge, space for cooker with extractor above and tiled flooring. Inner Hall Double glazed window to side, radiator and tiled flooring. Entrance Conservatory 16' x 6' 9" (4.88m x 2.06m) Double glazed doors to side, double glazed windows to front, rear and side, radiator and tiled flooring. Utility Room 8' 2" x 9' 9" (2.49m x 2.97m) Double glazed double doors to rear, fitted kitchen units with stainless steel single bowl single drainer sink, space for washing, tumble drier and fridge freezer, radiator and tiled flooring. Dining Room 14' 9" x 11' 9" (4.50m x 3.58m) Double glazed double doors to rear, double glazed window to front, 2 radiators, feature fireplace with wooden lintel and tiled hearth and fitted carpet. Lounge 14' 5" x 16' 4" (4.39m x 4.98m) Double glazed window to front, rear and side, feature wood burning stove with brick hearth, 2 radiators and fitted carpet. Landing Double glazed window to front, radiator and fitted carpet. En-Suite Double glazed window to side, corner shower enclosure with electric shower, low flush Wc, pedestal wash hand basin, towel radiator and tiled flooring. Bedroom 3 10' 5" x 10' (3.18m x 3.05m) Double glazed window to Juliet balcony, radiator, wooden flooring and access to loft. Bedroom 4 7' 8" Max x 10' 9" (2.34m x 3.28m) Double glazed window to rear, cupboard housing hot water tank, radiator, access to loft and wooden flooring, Annexe Kitchen/Living Room 19' 9" x 13' 2" (6.02m x 4.01m) Double glazed door and windows to front, double glazed window to rear, kitchen with stainless steel sink, space for washing machine and oven, 2 radiators, wooden flooring and access to loft. Bedroom 1 12' 2" x 11' 2" (3.71m x 3.40m) Double glazed doors to front, double glazed window to side, radiator, access to loft and laminate flooring. Bedroom 2 12' 6" x 7' 1" Max (3.81m x 2.16m) Double glazed window to side, radiator and laminate flooring. Bathroom Double glazed window to rear, free standing roll top bath, low flush Wc, pedestal wash hand basin, cupboard housing boiler, radiator and tiled flooring. Garden To the front of the property is a gravelled driveway leading to parking for numerous vehicles and the Annexe . The remainder of the front garden is laid to lawn with mature tress and hedging. To the side of the property is an enclosed chicken run and a small wooden stable/store. To the rear of the property is a lawnded area with further mature trees, a brick weaved area and a swimming pool (in need of new liner) with a wooden pool house. Note In accordance with the Estate Agents Act 1979 we hereby give notice that the vendor of this property is a family member of an Employee within Millsopps.

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