A substantial period house, with delightful gardens, grounds and outbuildings in the well served village of Brundall
Deacon House is a fine and substantial period house of brick elevations under a pin tile roof.
The house was built in 1927, and has been significantly extended and altered, principally by the current owners over the last few years. This includes the addition of a stunning two storey extension, providing a first class Bryan Turner kitchen/breakfast/sitting room with bi-fold doors to the garden.
Above this, is a superb master bedroom suite with a dressing room, en-suite bathroom and balcony overlooking the gardens and grounds. The house extends to around 3,750 sq ft and has well laid out accommodation over two storeys.
The Bryan Turner kitchen, has granite work surfaces, a Range cooker with gas hobs, and other top quality appliances. The substantial island also provides lots of storage, and a focal point for the room.
In the drawing room and dining room, both of which have significant influences from the arts and crafts period, there are superb fireplaces, wood panelling and leaded lighted windows. Please note Deacon House is not listed. Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms, and further potential to extend into the roof space if required. There are many built in wardrobes, and delightful views over the gardens and grounds.
Deacon House is approached via a hard standing driveway, and a pair of ornate wrought iron electric gates leading to a substantial parking and turning area at the front of the house.
The garden is primarily laid to lawn, with well stocked flower beds and shrub borders. There is a wisteria clad pergola, and rose clad trellis along with some raised beds and a charming greenhouse.
At the end of the garden, to the west of the house is a complex of outbuildings, including the games room, indoor swimming pool and the changing rooms. There is also a large storage barn and a summerhouse. There is a separate gas boiler serving the outbuilding, providing heating to the swimming pool and games room. There are also two loos adjacent to the changing rooms. There is electricity and water, an additional outbuilding which also includes a garden store and there are numerous sunny seating areas, including a raised decked terrace and summerhouse, which looks back towards the rear of the main house.
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