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2 bedroom terraced house for sale


Withdrawn from Market £315,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period Cottage
  • Ideal Coastal Retreat
  • Sitting Room with Fireplace
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Bedroom with En Suite WC
  • Second Occasional Bedroom/Dressing Room
  • Neatly Landscaped Gardens
  • Close to Coastal Path

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming brick and flint terraced cottage nestled discreetly within a pretty loke in Blakeney with off road parking and a delightful garden. This pretty period cottage makes the ideal coastal retreat with a wealth of charm, character and boasting an enviable position close to the coastal path. The accommodation briefly comprises; Sitting room with fireplace and dining area, 'Shaker' style kitchen/breakfast room leading onto a sun terrace, ground floor bath/shower room, main bedroom with en suite WC and second bedroom/landing area featuring space for bunk beds or dressing area. At the rear is a neatly landscaped garden with paved sun terrace, shrub borders and access to a pathway leading out to the coast road. To the front is a shingle laid loke featuring similar cottages with space to park a car. 

BLAKENEY Blakeney is one of the most popular villages on the North Norfolk Coast. It's in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounded by huge expanses of marshes and sky. It's perfect for bird watching and dinghy sailing. Originally a small port it's now a lovely quiet village. It has a beautiful quayside with brick & flint cottages lining the narrow streets. As well as the Blakeney Hotel and Manor Hotel, Blakeney has a supermarket and a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs. There is also a doctors' surgery and a primary school. The Georgian market town of Holt is about 7 miles to the east with a wide range of shops - including many a designer boutiques - and Gresham's School.

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:- Ornate panelled and glazed front door leads into the:- 

SITTING ROOM AND OPEN PLAN DINING AREA 18' 2" reducing to 13' 10" in parts x 12' 4" (5.54m > 4.22m x 3.76m) Multi paned window to the front aspect, ceiling light, exposed and painted beams to ceiling. A feature open fireplace with a decorative surround, brick inserts and tiled hearth, fitted with a cast iron wood burner. Recessed wall alcove with fitted shelving, wall mounted radiator. A panelled and latched door reveals a turning staircase rising to the first floor; fitted storage cupboards to one wall, dining area with ample space for a four seater table. Glazed and panelled latched internal door leads through to the: 

CENTRAL HALLWAY Cloaks storage area, ceiling light, access hatch to a loft space, vinyl floor covering, fitted cupboard housing the boiler and central heating controls. 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 14' 6" x 8' 0" (4.42m x 2.44m) Window to the rear aspect with delightful views over the garden, glazed and panelled door leading on to the rear terrace and garden. Kitchen comprising a matching range of shaker fronted base units and drawers, round edged work surfaces and tiled splashback, ceramic single drainer with a chrome swan neck mixer tap, integrated 'Electrolux' oven and grill, integrated 'Baumatic' four ring electric hob, integrated under counter fridge; space and plumbing for under counter washing machine and a slim line dishwasher, ample space for a four seater breakfast table, two ceiling lights and wall mounted radiator.  

BATHROOM Frosted window to the rear aspect, ceiling light, white three piece suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap, low level WC and a panelled bath with a chrome mixer tap and hand shower attachment, tiled surround, wall mounted 'Mira' electric shower with glass shower screen; tiled floor, wall mounted chrome ladder style towel heater and radiator.  

FIRST FLOOR LANDING AND BEDROOM TWO Multi paned window to the front aspect, two ceiling lights, access hatch to a loft space. This area currently houses a set of bunk beds for occasional second bedroom use or could be used as dressing area or study. Panelled door leads through to:-

BEDROOM 12' 5" x 10' 7" (3.78m x 3.23m) Multi paned window to the front aspect with glimpses of the salt marshes and coastline beyond, ceiling light, two bedside wall mounted lights, ornate open fireplace (not currently in use), wall mounted radiator. Panelled door reveals an:- 

EN-SUITE WC Ceiling light, corner mounted wall hung wash basin with a decorative tiled splashback, low level WC.  

OUTSIDE To the front of the cottage on the terraced row is a delightful shingle laid lane and courtyard area, allowing parking for one car to the front boundary of the cottage. 

REAR GARDEN The cottage boasts a delightful freshly landscaped rear garden with an extensive paved sun terrace enjoying an easterly aspect and the morning sun. A central pathway dissects the rear garden with shingle laid shrub borders to each side. On the rear boundary is a gate giving access to a pathway and a timber framed garden shed.  


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING G Ref:- 0447-2892-6636-0428-2231
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys. 


DIRECTIONS From Blakeney Quay, proceed along the High Street and at the top, turn right onto New Road towards Morston, which leads into Morston Road. Go past the petrol station on your right hand side and No. 36 will be found a hundred yards further on, down a small loke on the right hand side.

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09 March 2016

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