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Lynn Road, Dersingham, Norfolk

Detached house
Available Asking Price £579,995
Find out more: 0333 121 4950
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Property Features
  • Previously part of the Royal Sandringham Estate - individual and loaded with character
  • Period property built in the traditional Norfolk carr stone unique to this area
  • Three attractive reception rooms ideally suited to family living and entertaining
  • Master bedroom with recently fitted en-suite shower room
  • Huge amount of storage space in four original brick and carr stone outbuildings
  • Set in a plot of just under an acre, with the lawned garden perfect for free range children and pets
  • Surrounded by woodland and heath, a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike
  • On the outskirts of Dersingham, a popular bustling village boasting a wealth of amenities
  • Located in beautiful West Norfolk, surrounded by Sandringham Estate and close to popular beaches
  • A short distance from Kings Lynn, with fast rail links to Cambridge and London

Property Description

Sandpit Lodge is an attractive and unique four bedroom period property constructed from a combination of brick and local Norfolk carr stone. Previously part of the prestigious Sandringham Royal Estate, the property is surrounded on all sides by woodland and heath, with no immediate neighbours. Sitting in lawned grounds of just under an acre, there are four substantial outbuildings, also built from brick and carr stone, and a large gravelled drive providing ample parking suitable for a number of cars and horse trailer or boat. A brick and carr stone entrance with complementing iron gates provides privacy and security, while the garden is completely enclosed with child and pet-proof fencing.

The property has benefitted from significant improvements over recent years, and boasts original stripped wood flooring, British multi-fuel stoves in both the living room and dining room, and a modern oil fired condensing boiler powering central heating throughout.

Traditional wooden casement windows, a number of which are uniquely arched and leaded, maintain the period character of this family home.

A recently refitted kitchen/breakfast room offers hardwood surfaces and solid handmade wood units combining stylish design with original features.

The large main family bathroom features a free-standing roll top bath, complemented by the en-suite to the master bedroom with shower.

A traditional hardwood and carr stone double glazed conservatory to the rear provides the perfect location to dine and relax while enjoying the surrounding countryside.