Foxes Lodge is part of a select development of houses in the centre of the village of Pulham understood to have been built in the 1990's. The house has brick elevations under a tiled roof and with a large landing window mirrored in windows at ground floor level the house has the look of a converted barn. The house is light and airy and all the principal rooms take full advantage of the southerly aspect over the secluded rear garden and outside entertaining area. A good sized hallway opens to a large sitting room with large brick chimney breast and fireplace with inset wood burning stove. This room has a double aspect to front and rear with French casements to the rear garden. The dining room which adjoins also has French casements to the garden. The kitchen is well fitted with a breakfast bar, a good range of kitchen cupboard and drawer units with worktops and an inset Miele four ring hob and an eye level Miele oven with space for a microwave and there is space for a dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is a small utility room with space for washing machine and fridge freezer and there is an adjacent cloakroom with WC. A superb family room/garden room is an ideal space for family life, particularly in the summer with French casements to the south facing terrace providing an excellent and private entertaining area and sun trap. On the first floor are four bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a range of fitted bedroom furniture including wardrobes, over bed storage and bedside lockers, and there is an adjoining en suite shower room with large shower cubicle. The other bedrooms all have built in wardrobes and there is a family bathroom. The house has oil fired central heating and sealed unit double glazing throughout.
The front of the house is approached from the village road onto a driveway with parking for one car. The house is well screened from the road by a mature hedge with pedestrian gate to a path leading to the front door. The remainder of the front garden is lawned with a colourful shrub border to one side. The double garage and rear of the house is approached from Halsey Green. The garage has an electric up and over door, light and power and a personal door to the rear garden. Adjacent to the garage is a pedestrian gate giving access to the rear garden. The garden is extremely well screened with mature hedging. The majority of the garden is lawn shaped by well stocked and colourful herbaceous and shrub borders and on one side is an area set aside for vegetables with raised beds, an aluminium greenhouse and potting shed/garden store with log store to one end. There is also access via a wrought iron gate to the front garden. A paved terrace with pergola over adjoins the French casements from the sitting room and dining room and a particular feature of the property is the paved area adjoining the family room/garden room, providing a super space for summer entertaining.
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