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GUIDE PRICE of £450,000 to £500,000 - A HANDSOME and LONGSTANDING FAMILY HOME which stands forward on a generous plot that extends to around a THIRD OF AN ACRE and is situated on the fringe of the PICTURESQUE RIVERSIDE HAMLET of Threehammer Common, just south of Neatishead; an area of SPRAWLING NATURAL BEAUTY, rurally set amongst the WILDLIFE and WATERWAYS of the renowned NORFOLK BROADS.
Point House is idyllically situated for those seeking RELAXATION or RECREATION on the water. Beyond the nearby ALDERFEN BROAD the larger BARTON BROAD is managed by the NATIONAL WILDLIFE TRUST and is the second largest broad in the BROAD’S NATIONAL PARK, where a once youthful Horatio NELSON is understood to have embraced an early passion for sailing upon these waters, while visiting his elder sister at the nearby Barton Hall.
Prominently overseeing the rural lanes to the front and largely screened by natural hedging, this leafy period home is ordinarily approached to the rear over an enclosed hard standing which PROVIDES AMPLE OFF-ROAD PARKING and access to TWO DOUBLE GARAGES. A timber gate grants private access to a thoughtfully created and well-tended SOUTH EASTERLY FACING REAR GARDEN, complemented by various sun terraces, a feature water fountain, a disused well with an accompanying pump and a BRICK STORE with a CONVENIENT GARDENER’S CLOAKROOM.
With its known history dating back to the late 18th century, Point House readily enters into a practical entrance reception to the rear, with separate doors opening to a SHOWER ROOM and an inner lobby with doors leading to a family lounge, a DINING ROOM with access to the front porch and a kitchen with a study beyond. To the first-floor, doors from the landing open to THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS and a generous family bathroom.
Besides relaxation or recreation on the doorstep of the Broads waters, Point House is further complemented by its location; the White Horse Inn can be found in the neighbouring village of Neatishead, where fine food is complemented by locally brewed refreshment. WROXHAM the capital of the Norfolk Broads and home to the NORFOLK BROAD’S YACHT CLUB is less than five miles and it is around thirty minutes to the beautiful SANDY COASTLINE or the county’s HISTORIC CITY OF NORWICH.
Unit 3A, Station Business Park,
Horning Road West,
01603 782 782