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Ferry Road, Reedham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR13

££850,000 Guide

3 Bedroom Flat For Sale

Guide Price: £850,000-£900,000. If you're looking for a one of a kind home or business opportunity with the best views of the Norfolk Broads and character overflowing from every direction, then this is the one for you. Wherryman's Mill is set within the popular village of Reedham with a plot extending to approx 2.5 acres (STMS) including 400ft of water ways and a 100ft private mooring. Only the River Yare and surrounding countryside neighbour this stunning home, which has been finished with an industrial style, there is also a steel and larch viewing platform to take advantage of the 360' views over marshland and nature. Wherryman's Way long distance footpath runs adjacent to the property's riverside garden. As well as individuality, the Mill also holds plenty of history with the old drainage pump built in approx.1840 which ceased working about 100 years later. The Mill was thought to be built on the site of an earlier mill and beams from a smock-mill were incorporated into the mill tower when it was built.

LOCATION Reedham is a typical country village in a quiet rural location on the Norfolk Broads. Its is an active village with a village hall, tea rooms, deli, brewery, an excellent primary school and three welcoming public houses. A train station leads you to Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and further afield to London. The Reedham Chain Ferry transports visitors across the Yare towards Beccles. Acle is the closest market town and offers a large array of amenities including surgeries, veterinary practice, train station, bus routes, banks and supermarket. The historic city of Norwich is a further 15 miles and boasts a excellent array of shops, outstanding restaurants, galleries & theatres, cinemas, two cathedrals and numerous beautiful parks. By train you can get to Norwich in 20 minutes and the station is only a 5 minute walk away.

BEDROOM 14' 4" x 10' 2" (4.37m x 3.1m) Situated on the ground floor and access via a stable style door, alongside a steel staircase leading down from the lounge kitchen is this double bedroom offering Pamment brick work flooring, hanging clothes rails, power points, window to the side and door to the ensuite. Characteristic features include wood panelling to the walls, corrugated roofing and a vertical radiator.

BATHROOM 5' 1" x 11' 7" (1.55m x 3.53m) Industrial style throughout, comprising a low level WC, bowl hand wash basin with feature copper pipe work mixer tap and storage cupboard underneath plus a walk-in stainless steel shower cubicle again with copper pipe work shower head, Pamment brick work flooring, a double glazed window to the side and an extractor fan.

FIRST FLOOR KITCHEN/DINER 12' 8" x 13' 0" (3.86m x 3.96m) Entered via an external balcony and staircase, this open plan industrial style room benefits from solid wood base units designed to fit the unique shape with dark walnut worktops over, a stainless steel Butler sink with copper pipe work mixer tap, breakfast bar area, built-in oven and hob, space for a fridge-freezer, solid wood flooring, a mix of wood lath and corrugated metal ceiling, multi-aspect double glazed windows, steel stairs to the second floor lounge and double glazed French doors opening out to the partially wrap-around viewing platform/balcony decked with thick larch which offers incredible views over the marshes and countryside.

SECOND FLOOR LOUNGE 9' 9" x 10' 3" (2.97m x 3.12m) The stunning views greet you in the lounge, situated on the top floor of the mill. Offering wood flooring, timber beams, exposed brickwork, window to the side and a double glazed door to the balcony boasting panoramic views over the countryside.

TIMBER FRAMED CABIN Offering its own private garden area and firepit, the additional accommodation in this part of the property is insulated and offers power and water connections.

RECEPTION ROOM 11' 6 max" x 18' 5 max" (3.51m x 5.61m) Wood flooring (currently rubber tiled as its used as a gym), modern electric radiators, wood panelling, doors to the bedrooms and bathroom, windows and access door to the front. There is also a range of base units, dual ring electric hob and a sink designed as a kitchen area.

BATHROOM Comprising a low level WC, hand wash basin and a shower cubicle plus vinyl flooring, wood panelling and a window to the side.

BEDROOM 6' 6" x 9' 1" (1.98m x 2.77m) Wood flooring, modern electric radiator and a window to the rear.

BEDROOM 9' 1" x 6' 4" (2.77m x 1.93m) Wood flooring, modern electric radiator and a window to the rear.

EXTERIOR One of the many focal points to this unique property is its exterior space with views stretching as far as the eye can see. Approaching the property is a sweeping gravel driveway with parking for several vehicles alongside access to the timber frame cabin. The plot stretches to approximately 2.5 acres (STMS) and backs onto the River Yare which can be seen from the balconies, there is also a private and useable mooring measuring around 100ft with an additional 400ft of waterfront. The private moorings can be used for many boats, there are services at the moorings and the private cuttings can even be used for a houseboat. It is also important to note that there is planning permission to replace the greenhouse with a garage if so desired. Throughout the remainder of both gardens, you can find areas laid to lawn with reed beds and mature shrubbery throughout attracting nature.

AGENTS NOTE The property will be sold freehold, connected to mains electricity with a bore hole and water treatment plant. Full renovation completed in 2021 using natural materials including traditional lime render. Fully rewired, new boiler, electric heating and wi-fi. Metre and a half thick walls keep the mill cool in summer and warm in winter.

DISCLAIMER: We endeavour to make our adverts accurate and correct, and ask our sellers to approve these details prior to going to market, however these do not form any part of a contract and any buyers are advised to check the details upon viewing, including any specifications, sizes and what's included on their fixtures and fittings forms when purchasing.

Tenure: Freehold


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