This 1930s five-bed near Watton, situated in 1.5 acres of land, is on sale for £850,000 with Sowerbys.

Hill House is a detached house that was built in the 1930s, it is architecturally designed and offers unique features and has undergone many alterations and extensions.

The house is approached by a long gravel driveway and opens to the entrance hall, which leads to the triple-aspect kitchen and breakfast room, the circular sitting room with a wood-burning stove and curved bay window, the dining room and the garden room.

The left wing of the house contains one of the bedrooms with an en-suite, a study, a toilet, and a utility room.

On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes and one with an ensuite. There is also a family bathroom.

The annexe, located above the garage and cart shed, is accessed via a separate staircase and contains a sitting room and kitchen, two bedrooms, and a bathroom.

Hill House is in a 1.5 acre plot, with landscaped grounds, an allotment and a pond.

There are multiple outbuildings, including one building with three storage rooms, a shed, and a summer house.

There is ample off-road parking for both the main house and the annexe as well as there being spaces available in the garage and double cart shed.

Located in Caudle Springs on the edge of Carbrooke, the property is fewer than two miles east of Watton in mid-Norfolk.


Caudle Springs, Carbrooke, Norfolk

Guide Price: £850,000

Sowerbys, 01953 884522,

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