An old lodge house, built in a Tudor style but believed to date back to the 19th century, has been put up for sale in Stoke Holy Cross, about four miles from Norwich.
“The Lodge is one of the most visually striking homes in the area and a true iconic property in the area,” said Savills estate agent Tom Clayton, who is selling the house for a target price of Â£ 700,000. .
The property was originally the gatehouse to nearby Stoke Hall, which was rebuilt around 1850, before being largely demolished in the 1930s.
The Lodge itself has been recently refurbished and would make a remarkable family home, offering four bedrooms, two reception rooms, and two bathrooms, plus many characterful features that Savills says make this a must-see property. Highlights include sanded beams and stunning fireplaces in the living and dining area.
Upstairs there is a good sized shower room and four double bedrooms, the master of which also has an en-suite bathroom.
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The Lodge sits in just over half an acre and enjoys a beautiful location, as it backs onto the open countryside.
The garden is mostly lawned, with borders of mature trees and hedges, and there is also a patio-terrace outside the kitchen.
The property also offers ample off road parking through a large driveway and garage. There is also a separate workshop area.
Contact Savills for more information.
Norwich Road, Stoke Sainte-Croix
Indicative price: Â£ 700,000
Savills, 01603 229229, www.savills.com