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Aldreds are delighted to offer this stunning Grade II Listed property, located in a wonderful rural location with beautiful, far reaching views. This handsome property, forming part of the original farm house, offers a grand feel as you enter the tremendous entrance hall and landing with original staircase and floor tiles. There are many original, significant features including attractive, unusual mullioned windows with arched and diamond lattice patterned lights and a twin flued central ridge chimney stack with diaper and rosette moulded bricks. The property has been extended over the years by the current owners to offer flexible living accommodation, arranged over three floors to include four bedrooms, three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room and a study. Manor Farm House is approached via long 'in & out' style driveway and offers a generous garden extending to the front and side of the property and facing onto open marshland with views for miles! There is also a delightful courtyard style garden to the rear. Early internal viewing is highly recommended, as properties of this type and location rarely become available on the open market.
A stunning entrance hall with original floor tiles, timber front door with stained glass windows, beautiful staircase leading to first floor landing, radiator, power points, doors leading off;
Window to front aspect, radiator, tiled flooring, a range of fitted kitchen units on brick plinths with tiled work surface and splash back, stainless steel sink drainer, ceramic hob, electric double oven, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, rear inward facing window and glazed French doors leading to;
With a pitched Polycarbonate roof, high level window to side aspect, French doors leading to courtyard garden with glazed surround, radiator, wall lighting, power points, door giving access to;
Side facing window, radiator, power points.
Rear facing window, radiator, power point, doors leading off;
Obscure glazed window to rear aspect, tiled flooring, radiator, low level w.c., hand wash basin with tiled splash back, ventilation.
Window to front aspect, brick built fireplace surround with a wood burning stove on a pamment tiled hearth with inset shelving to either side of the chimney breast, radiator, power points, television point, wall lighting.
A double aspect room with window to rear courtyard and window to front aspect, fireplace surround on a pamment tiled hearth, illuminated alcove, wall lighting, power points, radiator.
A beautifully spacious landing with window to a front aspect taking in superb far reaching views across open marshland, radiator, power point, stairs to second floor, doors leading off;
A double aspect room with windows to front and rear, airing cupboard, alcove shelving, power points.
A spacious bathroom with two windows to rear aspect, radiator, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, panelled shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal hand wash basin, low level w.c., free standing bath, heated towel rail with an integrated column antique style radiator, ventilation.
Window to front aspect taking in the amazing view, under stair cupboard, second built-in cupboard, radiator, power points, shelved alcove.
Window to front aspect, a range of fitted wardrobes, radiator, power points.
Power points, doors leading off;
With some restricted head room, two roof lights to rear aspect, exposed brickwork to gable end wall, fitted wardrobe, radiator, power points, access to roof eaves storage.
Some restricted head room, roof light to rear aspect, panelled shower enclosure with an electric shower attachment, ventilation, access to roof eaves, low level w.c. with enclosed cistern, hand wash basin with mono bloc tap, shaver point, heated towel rail.
A particular feature of the property is the stunning location facing a westerly aspect with a wonderful open view across marshland for miles. The property is approached with vehicular access via a sweeping driveway into an in and out style driveway approach to the front of the property with a central lawned garden. The property offers an additional spacious garden area beyond the drive, mainly laid to grass and nicely enclosed with access to the marsh track beyond. To the rear of the property is an attractive, enclosed courtyard garden with a right of way to side, externally accessed boiler house housing an LPG boiler for hot water and central heating.
Mains water and electric, with private drainage.
EPC Rating: not applicable - Listed Building
The Property is Grade II Listed with the following extract taken directly from Historic England's register of Listed buildings: MAUTBY CHAPEL ROAD TG 41 SE (south side) 2/43 Runham Manor Farm Cottages - II Farmhouse, now 2 houses. Circa 1850. Brick. Roof of concrete pantiles. West facade of 2 storeys in 5 bays. Door in second bay from left under 4-centred arch. 2-light window over door at first floor, otherwise windows all of 3 lights and unusual : lights are pointed and with hollow moulded mullions, glazed in diamond lattice pattern; square surround below hood mould on labels. Modillion eaves cornice below gabled roof. Central ridge stack with twin flues, each decorated with diaper and rosette moulded bricks. C20 ridge stack to right. Listing NGR: TG4651210733 https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1050975?section=official-list-entry
Runham is a delightfully unspoilt, small Broadland village, with large areas open space and on the banks of the River Bure. Nearby facilities are be found at Filby which is approximately 6 miles from Great Yarmouth with a Post Office/general store situated near to Filby Broad. The village boasts the most attractive floral displays throughout, having received many prestigious awards from the annual entry to the local and National Villages in Bloom competition. There is a First School and a bus service operating links to Great Yarmouth and Norwich. The larger village of Acle is approximately 5 miles away with a good variety of amenities and a regular bus and train service.
Leaving Acle on the A1064 heading North East, proceed over Acle Bridge, crossing the River Bure. Take the first right turn after the bridge, signposted Stokesby & Runham. Continue straight through the village of Stokesby on the New Road as it runs into Mill Road, then Runham Road. Continue into the village of Runham and onto The Street and turn left at the village green onto School Road. Continue as the road turns round to the left, passing Millview Meadow Glamping on the right, where the driveway leading to Manor Farm House can be found just beyond on the right hand side.
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