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Listed house has lots of history

Stewards House in North Green Road, Pulham St Mary is an attractive Grade II listed house.

The original part of the house dates to the 17th century which is built around a large oak frame with white rendered elevations under a steeply pitched pantiled roof.

The accommodation is extensive and well proportioned, where many period features are evident including moulded beams and chamfered stops to some of the ceiling beams, open fireplaces and later 19th Century sash windows.

Outside, the house is set within a 1/3 acre plot forming the ‘in and out’ driveway which gives access to the garage. The principal garden is to the rear (east) which is generally laid to lawn, interspersed with established trees. The house enjoys far reaching views over open countryside.

The property is discreetly positioned within the village centre, located along a minor lane (North Green Road) which offers a good deal of privacy.

On the ground floor there is an entrance foyer with brick floor, exposed beams and timbers and stairs to first floor.

There is a drawing room with oak floor, radiators, inglenook fireplace with wood burner and brick hearth, exposed beams and timbers. The sitting room features a pamment tiled floor, radiators, inglenook fireplace with wood burner and brick hearth, exposed beams and timbers.

There is a lean-to greenhouse and conservatory with windows and doors to the rear garden, with red and white grape vines.

The kitchen/breakfast room has wall and base storage units with wood block work surface, inset 1 ¼ bowl stainless steel single drainer, tiled splash backs, space for range cooker, plumbing for dishwasher, exposed beams and timbers, space for fridge/freezer, window and door to front and a pamment tiled floor.

There is a rear lobby, garage/workshop and utility.

The main bedroom has an en suite, exposed beams and timbers, feature brick fireplace and cupboard.

There are four other bedrooms on two floors. The majority of the plot is laid to lawn and includes a kitchen garden area and sun terrace. Attached is a large former baker’s oven (now used as wood store). The gardens are enclosed by hedging, mature trees and panel fencing. There is ample parking space. The rear garden backs on to open fields.

For more details, call Durrants on 01379 852217.

 

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