Farmhouse set in 9.4 acres of unspoilt Norfolk countryside is for sale

Photograph showing an attractive brick-built farmhouse with climbing roses and large shingle driveway at the front a

Honeypot Farm is on the market at a guide price of £1.175m - Credit: Savills

A pretty brick-built farmhouse set in 9.4 acres of unspoilt Norfolk countryside has come up for sale for £1,175,000.

Honeypot Farm in Wendling, near Dereham, is described by Savills’ selling agent Ben Rivett as being “well set up for country living,” offering a peaceful setting that includes paddocks, gardens and a wide range of equestrian outbuildings.

Photograph showing a pretty brick-built farmhouse set back on a shingle driveway with an adjacent paddock

Honeypot Farm, Wendling, is for sale at a guide price of £1.175m - Credit: Savills

But the property is also well connected, too, and enjoys a convenient location close to the A47.

The main house has recently been improved to include a new, west-facing family room, featuring French doors that lead out and into the gardens, as well as a new kitchen/breakfast room.

Photograph showing a modern new kitchen with L-shaped breakfast bar, bright purple bar stools and glass chandeliers

As part of improvements the property has been fitted with a bespoke kitchen/breakfast room - Credit: Savills

Photograph of a sun-kissed reception room with patio doors leading outside and a TV at one end

Honeypot Farm has recently been extended to create additional living space - Credit: Savills

Photograph of the interior of a dining room with stylish blue wall and large mahogany six seater dining table

Inside the dining room at Honeypot Farm, which is for sale at a guide price of £1,175,000 - Credit: Savills

A boot room and ground-floor shower room are also welcome new additions, as well as a new boiler and water pressure system, which was installed in 2019.

Other highlights include a sitting room, dining room and separate living room, plus four upstairs bedrooms and a good-sized family bathroom. The master bedroom also has access to an en suite bathroom, and all bedrooms enjoy lovely views over the gardens and grounds.

Photograph of a sun-filled reception room with wood-burner set into a large brick-built hearth

There are three main reception rooms at the property, which is on the market at a guide price of £1.175m - Credit: Savills

Photograph of a large, nicely decorated double bedroom with pale green walls, sash windows and wooden floors

One of four upstairs bedrooms at Honeypot Farm, Wendling - Credit: Savills

The gardens at Honeypot Farm sit mainly to the south and south west and are well-stocked with herbaceous beds and specimen trees. To the west, there is also a terrace, pond, and climbing roses and vine trained to the house.

The remaining land comprises fenced paddocks and well-managed grazing, as well as a range of outbuildings and a large steel-framed barn.

Aerial photograph of large farmhouse surrounded by rolling fields towards the horizon

Honeypot Farm, Wendling, is nestled in unspoilt Norfolk countryside - Credit: Savills

Photograph showing pretty leafy gardens with fine specimen trees and grassy lawns

Honeypot Farm is set in grounds of around 9.4 acres with landscaped gardens and equestrian facilities - Credit: Savills

Photograph showing patio furniture with a parasol and four chairs in front of bright grassy lawn under blue skies

A terrace to the west of the property offers an ideal area for al fresco dining - Credit: Savills



Stables, a tack room, hay store and an all-weather ménage are also included.

For more information, contact Savills.


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PROPERTY FACTS
Grange Road, Wendling
Guide price: £1,175,000
Savills, 01603 229256, www.savills.com

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