A substantial family home sat overlooking a sizeable garden in the popular Broadland village of Brundall
Strawberry Fields is a substantial period house dating from the turn of the century which has been sympathetically extended into the impressive family home it is today. The accommodation of over 5600 square feet offers some wonderful family rooms on the ground floor and six bedrooms on the upper floors, all arranged over three storeys. Particular features include a spacious entrance hall with double tudor-arched doorway into a 30-foot reception room, with wooden floors, feature fireplace and wood burner. The dining room also enjoys a feature fireplace and wooden herringbone parquet flooring, which leads into a conservatory. The Bryan Turner kitchen with central kitchen island, granite work surfaces and a large Aga, is a delightful space with a stunning vaulted a-frame window providing floods of natural light and views over the garden. Other ground floor rooms to note are spacious store room, large home office, integrated double garage with electric shutters, utility, workshop and cellar. Upstairs on the first floor there is an impressive master bedroom suite with large dressing room with fitted floor to ceiling wardrobes, two family bathrooms, separate shower room and three double bedrooms, with a further two double bedrooms on the second floor.
Outside, the property is approached through electric gates over a brick weave driveway with plenty of space for parking several vehicles. There is a lovely terrace surrounding the property overlooking the garden which is accessed by a number of landscaped steps and is mainly laid to lawn with some impressive tree and shrub borders.