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Located on the fringe of CATTON PARK, acres of accessible open wildflower meadows once inspired the novelist ANNA SEWELL to create the children’s novel, BLACK BEAUTY.
A GRADE II LISTED MANOR HOUSE built as a Gentleman's Home in 1632, from LOCAL FLINT and FINE OAK TIMBERS with MULLIONED WINDOWS, wide INGLENOOK HEARTHS and generously proportioned rooms, this old Mayor's home has been lovingly RETAINED and IMPROVED upon to create a SPACIOUS CHARACTERFUL HIDDEN GEM tucked away from the hustle and bustle on the edge of the city and nestling amongst its neighbours in the northerly residential suburbs of NORWICH.
Set back from the passing road and partially screened behind natural hedging, Catton Old Hall, with its visible SUNDIAL DATED 1810, is approached over a shingle expanse providing ample OFF-ROAD PARKING to the front and side as well as access to a GARAGE. To the side a wooden gate grants private access to an ENCLOSED TERRACE extending away from the house to a framed LAWN GARDEN.
An impressive property with an INTEGRATED ANNEXE, TEN BEDROOMS, NINE BATHROOMS and FOUR RECEPTIONS, arranged over SIX and A HALF THOUSAND SQUARE FEET, Catton Old Hall offers a generosity of accommodation with a host of living solutions and a wealth of opportunity; INDEPENDENCE for aging loved ones or those yet to fly the nest, ENTREPRENEURIAL FREEDOM for those seeking working solace away from an office or the prospect to engage in BED and BREAKFASTING in an already established business.
The property is further complimented in its sought after location, just two miles to the capital city of Norwich with a regular nearby city bus route, JUNIOR and NURSERY SCHOOLS, a MEDICAL SURGERY, NORWICH AIRPORT and a village replete with AMENITIES and SERVICES.
Unit 3A, Station Business Park,
Horning Road West,
01603 782 782