A simply wonderful conversion of a Victorian schoolhouse enjoying a peaceful village location, wonderful open views, and heated outdoor pool.
The Old School House is as pretty as a picture. Once through the entrance door of the old Boy’s Porch you will soon realise that the beauty continues within.
The interiors are stylishly laid back, comfortable and designed with great flair. You will find divine fabrics, warm coloured walls and an eclectic mix of antique finds and painted French style furniture throughout.
With three beautiful reception rooms you are really spoilt for choice. A stunning full-height sitting room with galleried landing has sumptuous sofas to sink into along with a log burner to light on chilly days.
There’s also a second cosy sitting room with an open fire where you can settle down to watch TV or maybe enjoy listening to the piano in the adjoining hallway.
Finally, a lovely light-filled vaulted wooden dining conservatory has double doors leading out into the garden – just the spot for a long lunch on warm spring or summer days. The spacious kitchen is well-equipped and runs through to a dining area – a sociable, lazy Sunday brunch springs to mind.
With an en suite double bedroom on the ground floor, three further bedrooms on the first floor (double, children’s twin and super king master) and two bathrooms (one is en suite), this lovely house will appeal to families, friends and couples.
Indeed anyone who enjoys peace, luxury, comfort and space. And, don’t forget, a swimming pool too!
The garden runs to four sides of the property, is mostly laid to lawn with shrub borders. There is a patio area with table with seating for six. A fabulous, heated 12m x 6m swimming pool is available from the beginning of May to the end of September.
Absolutely stunning. What a beautiful end to the summer holidays for my daughters 9th birthday. This house is truly lovely, inside and out. It was fully equipped with everything you would need from children’s cutlery to board games for all the family to enjoy. The decor, furniture and furnishings was very luxurious. The master suite was huge along with a master super king bed.
Reviewed by Jamie Hook
Warham is a small hamlet tucked away just a mile or so inland from the coast at Wells-next-the-Sea. You wouldn’t really find if you weren’t looking!
There is an excellent choice of places to eat, the nearest being The Three Horseshoes pub/restaurant in Warham, a great place to head to for a refreshing pint or a hearty bite to eat.
Although Warham is a pretty rural village it is just a short drive to Wells, so a fantastic spot to explore the whole of the North Norfolk coast, including Holkham, Stiffkey, Morston, Blakeney, Cley and Burnham Market.
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