Thinking of selling a property in the County?

Located centrally we are ideally placed to showcase every property within the County; no matter how great or otherwise. At Stobart & Hurrell we know our marketing attracts more buyers and understand you only get one opportunity to launch your property and make the very best first impression. We will discuss with you the importance to ensure your property stands out in a crowd and for all the right reasons. We market every property with the intent of achieving the very best price, from the best buyer and in the right timescales for our clients.

We are on hand making a difference from the start, we get to know our clients needs and their property’s first and work with our professional photographer on every property to create the very best first impression. Once a property comes to the market, we appreciate the importance of regular and effective communication with our clients, whether in our office, in their home or over the phone.

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The Old School House, Skeyton

Guide Price £900,000

The Old School House is nestled toward the end of a leafy lane on fringe of the small, idyllic North Norfolk rural village of Skeyton, host to the meandering Skeyton Beck and Kings Beck, both bound for the River Bure and onward to the greater Norfolk Broads waterways. Rurally set, the tranquil village of Skeyton rests equidistantly, betwixt the renowned North Norfolk coastline and the county’s historical capital city centre. Life at The Old School House is further complemented in its secluded setting, less than two miles to family run The Goat Inn and only four miles to the unspoiled, riverside town of Aylsham. Resting on the banks of the River Bure, the market town of Aylsham neighbours the magnificent Blickling Hall, once home to Anne Boleyn, with its stunning gardens, supporting an unchanged Norfolk landscape of high hedges and narrow tree-lined lanes. Aylsham is also the northern terminus for the renowned Bure Valley Railway, a narrow-gauge steam railway line to the heart of the Norfolk Broads capital of Wroxham.

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Woodside Cottage, Beeston

Guide Price £750,000

A fond family home, cleverly improved and sympathetically enlarged and set in three acres of seasonally carpeted Bluebell woodland. Beeston St Andrew sits almost anonymously on the rural north-easterly fringe of the capital city of Norwich, between the suburban parish of Sprowston and the Broadland village of Rackheath. Woodside Cottage is set discretely along a winding country lane, surrounded by a rural sense of picturesque seclusion with panoramic views across undulating open fields and woodland. The original roadside cottage was built during the mid-nineteenth century and was later occupied by relatives of the sellers. The Cottage was initially extended during the nineteen-thirties and again more recently by the current owners, generously extending the property amidst a sympathetic restoration.

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Blofield Hall Water Tower, Blofield

Asking Price £425,000

A lengthy, leafy tree lined driveway wends you away from the world beyond Blofield Hall, where column brick piers support mounted gates announcing the entrance to exclusivity befitting a late Victorian mansion. Originally home to a local tea merchant, Blofield Hall is set in sixteen acres of rambling, communal mature park and woodland. The towering centrepiece affords an enviable contemporary lifestyle, lived out over four floors, where versatile accommodation provides an abundance of sociable space as well as solutions for solitude. A reassuring theme of thoughtful exuberance underlies this properties careful conversion into a modern statement, one that looks out from its position of vantage over views abound of greenery.

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