Ivy Lodge, Saham Toney. - AVAILABLE
A unique opportunity to own a beautiful new high-specification 2,015 sq. ft. three-bedroom home, built by award-winning Fleur Homes, set in an uncommonly generous plot with its own wildflower meadow. Thoughtfully laid out, Ivy Lodge has been designed for modern, contemporary living with rooms that flow beautifully and are as practical as they are enjoyable. It’s design that puts a smile on your face every day.
Entering the lobby, to the left, there is a large sitting room or TV room, with French doors leading to the rear wrap-around patio, perfect for entertaining and al fresco dining. At the end of the lobby is the WC and to the right, a further sitting room with log burner and bay window opposite.
Access from the lobby is also given to the large open-plan kitchen and dining room area. Arranged in an L-shape there are plentiful units, a central island and Bosch appliances with the sink looking out to the window. A spacious dining area allows for convivial cooking, dining and entertaining.
Leading from the dining area is a study or home office, housing the ASHP cupboard and plenty of room for homeworking – or perhaps a playroom or TV room.
The stairs to the first floor lead to a large landing and the principal bedroom with built-in wardrobes and ensuite with shower. Bedroom two features two further built-in wardrobes and a rooflight window. Bedroom three completes the line-up with another built-in wardrobe. Completing the accommodation is the family bathroom with bath.
If you don’t know Saham Toney, the village is around nine miles from East Dereham, two miles from Watton and eight miles from Swaffham. Within the village there’s a public house, the Old Bell, and Broom Hall Country Hotel. The village also has Parker’s School which is a Church of England Primary school with just over 100 pupils.
There is a well-used Sports and Social Club and Village Hall also known as the Wells-Cole Community Centre.The Saxon word Saham means a hamlet on the lake. The Saham Toney village sign depicts Roger de Toni, William the Conqueror’s standard-bearer, who became Lord of the manor. With him, he has a large white dog and behind him, is the lake, which is around 15 to 16 acres across in size and thickly bordered by trees.
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