Eagle house is rare find
Eagle House, barn and additional land at Erpingham, with ECR Properties
Lifestyle and equestrian agents ECR Properties has launched an exciting new Norfolk property onto the market. “It is an amazing opportunity for somebody who is looking for a property with development opportunities and a good amount of land in this sought-after area of Norfolk,” says director Emily Cooper-Reade.
Eagle House sits in a prominent position in the village of Erpingham, three miles from Aylsham, 10 miles from Holt, and only 17 miles from Norwich. It has a ‘mini-estate’ of land with around 16 acres in total. A detached barn for which residential planning permission has been applied, is nestled at the bottom of a long driveway with a six-acre meadow, in which there is an outbuilding with loose boxes and a pole barn.
Eagle House has been owned by the same family since it was built over 40 years ago and takes its name from the former village pub. This four-bedroom house, ideal for some updating, offers flexible and spacious accommodation. Adjacent to the house there is an outbuilding which has potential for conversion to an annexe or holiday let, subject to planning consent. There is a generous cart lodge on one side of this outbuilding which would convert to stabling (stp). To the rear of the property there is also a substantial garage/workshop.
It is hoped that the property will be sold as a whole, but it can be split into two lots, with the further 10 acres available to either lot by separate negotiation. Offers in excess of £595,000 will be invited for Eagle House as a separate lot.
The agent should be contacted for further guide prices.
Contact Emily Cooper-Reade at ECR Properties for more information. 01449 711727 [email protected]properties.com ecrproperties.com
ABOVE: Detached barn with residential planning permission application
BOTTOM: The main house offers a great opportunity for updating
LEFT: The superb location of Eagle House