A four-bedroom farmhouse in north Norfolk will go up for auction next month at a guide price of £550,000-£600,000.

Located in the rural village of Great Dunham, Spring Farm is a family home which has been passed down through the generations and now offers a unique opportunity for restoration.

The detached period property enjoys a secluded setting and occupies a plot of approximately 3.35 acres (subject to survey).

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The farmhouse has been extended over the years and now offers three reception rooms and four bedrooms.

On the ground floor, there is a spacious dining hall, sitting room, study, lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, boot room and larder.

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All four bedrooms are upstairs, along with a landing, family bathroom and separate WC.

A shingle driveway leads up to the farmhouse and parking area.

The land wraps itself around the property and has a number of mature trees, shrubs and hedgerows.

The main field is situated to the front of the farmhouse and has its own gated entrance, making it suitable for equestrian use or alternative purposes.

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Great Dunham is around seven miles from Swaffham and eight miles from Dereham. It also offers easy access to Norwich, King’s Lynn and the north Norfolk coast.

Spring Farm will be sold by livestream auction at 11am on Wednesday, November 1.

For more information, including legal packs and bidding instructions, please contact Auction House East Anglia.


Spring Farm, Great Dunham

Guide price: £550,000-£600,000

Auction House East Anglia, 01553 777 773