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A spacious detached house resting on a generous plot approaching half of an acre, and located on a rural no-through lane on the 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.
Set back and screened from the road by a brick wall and high hedging, the property is approached over a hard standing driveway providing off-road parking and access to a detached garage. To the rear, a paved terrace extends away to a generous and secluded lawn garden with mature shrubs, a greenhouse and timber storage sheds.
The property enters into a broad entrance hallway, with separate internal doors leading into a bathroom, a separate dining room, a family lounge with feature fireplace and a spacious kitchen with a feature stove. To the first floor three double bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes completes the accommodation.
Cobblers End is further complimented in its location near the village of Potter Heigham that sits atop the northern bank of the River Bure with navigational access to the Hickling Broads, Heigham Sounds and the Horsey Mere waters. Life off the water in this riverside village also has an abundance of recreational attractions with two national nature reserves, the long-distance Weaver Way walk as well as the near sandy beach of Horsey, popular with seal watchers.
Unit 3A, Station Business Park,
Horning Road West,
01603 782 782