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An enviable family home or escape to the country, resting on a generous plot measuring over one third of an acre, on the rural outskirts of the picturesque riverside village of Potter Heigham – sometimes referred to as a ‘Gateway to the wildest, quietest part of the Norfolk Broads’ and which lies twenty miles to the north east of the county’s historic city of Norwich.
Bridge House is set back and screened from the passing road by natural high hedging and to the front a generous lawn garden borders one side of a hand standing driveway providing ample off road parking and access to a double garage. A pathway at the side of the property grants access to a spacious and neatly maintained rear lawn garden with a rural backdrop.
This family home enters beneath an ornate covered porch way into a bright entrance hallway with internal doors leading into a separate dining room, a kitchen breakfast room with rear hall and convenient cloakroom and a spacious family lounge with feature fireplace and a door opening out to the rear garden. To the first floor four bedrooms, the master with an en-suite shower room and a separate family bath and shower room completes the accommodation.
This once renowned pottery making village sits atop the northern bank of the River Bure with navigational access to the Hickling Broads, Heigham Sounds and the Horsey Mare waters. As well as access to local village amenities including a post office, public house and fish and chip shop, life at Bridge House is complemented in the abundance of recreational attractions with two national nature reserves and the long-distance Weavers Way, linking Cromer to Great Yarmouth.
Unit 3A, Station Business Park,
Horning Road West,
01603 782 782