Set in a plot of around an acre which wraps around the property, this is a lovely find. Located at the far end of a private track, the property is accessed by a bridge over a stream with a driveway leading to a wide parking area with several outbuildings and a sizeable cart lodge with a room above. The property itself has flexible living and could be reconfigured to suit a buyer’s tastes. On the ground floor there is a dining room with a feature brick chimney with an inset log burner leading through into a homely kitchen with built-in appliances and a large larder. The main reception room has an adjoining conservatory leading onto the lawn and also opens on to a hall with a cosy family room perfect for a winter’s evening. The first floor is split, with two separate staircases making great potential for teenager space, a home office or even an annex. The main section upstairs offers three well-matched bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a further large shower room. The gardens are a joy, stretching around the property, bordered by trees and the grounds flow up the hill sheltering the property at the rear. To the side is a large vegetable patch garden and a further area of lawn beyond the outbuildings. The property benefits from owned solar panels which produce a FIT income. Viewing is strongly advised to take in the setting and explore the accommodation for yourself.
The Hamlet of Waterloo is well placed, nearly equidistant from Norwich, Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth. The area has some pretty bridleways and footpaths for those who enjoy walking, with a Woodland trust site at Aldeby. Close by are the charming Georgian market towns of Beccles and Loddon, both of which have access to the picturesque Norfolk Broads and offer a range of supermarkets, independent shops, bars and cafes. There are some pretty pubs close by at Toft Monks, St. Olaves and Wheatacre where there is also a farm shop. Train services to London Liverpool Street can be accessed at Norwich and Beccles. By Car the A143 and A12 lead out of the County. For day trips you have a choice of the stunning North Norfolk coast or the Heritage coast around Southwold and Aldeburgh. Great Yarmouth offers fantastic entertainment for children with the Pleasure Beach, Aquarium, theatres and Amusement arcades.