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2 bedroom cottage for sale


Withdrawn from Market £315,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Character Residence
  • Ideal Second Home/Holiday Let
  • Open Fireplace
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Delightful Cottage Garden
  • Short Distance of Coastal Path

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A most attractive 2 double bedroom brick and flint cottage nestled in a quiet loke just yards from the coastal path at Blakeney. This charming character residence boasts a wealth of period features and deceptively generous accommodation briefly comprising; Sitting room with open fireplace and open plan dining area, kitchen, two double bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. Currently owned as a much loved second home the cottage is presented in very good order throughout and the rear garden is a delightful feature incorporating a sun terrace, colourful shrub and flowering beds and a useful part glazed brick and flint outbuilding. The cottage provides the perfect Blakeney bolt hole and is nestled between the Morston road and coastal path. 

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 small 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 boutique - and Gresham's School. 

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:- Double glazed UPVC front door leads in to the:- 

SITTING ROOM AND OPEN PLAN DINING AREA 18' 8" x 12' 4" (5.69m x 3.76m) Double glazed Georgian style window to the front aspect, a feature open fireplace with a wood mantle, decorative whitewashed flint surround and pamment tiled hearth fitted with a cast iron grate and flue. Two wall mounted lights, floor mounted night storage heater, fitted carpet and doormat, dining area, turning staircase rising to the first floor with cupboard underneath. Glazed and panelled internal door leads through to the:- 

KITCHEN Double glazed window to the rear aspect with delightful garden views, double glazed door to the rear, velux skylight window to the rear aspect, ceiling light. Fitted kitchen incorporating a range of matching wall units, base units and drawers, round edged work surfaces and tiled splashbacks, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for an under counter full size dishwasher, space for an under counter fridge and freezer. Space for a floor mounted oven, ceramic tiled floor and floor mounted night storage heater. 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING With attractive panelled and latched doors to all further accommodation. 

BEDROOM ONE 12' 4" x 10' 10" (3.76m x 3.3m) A delightful and generously proportioned bedroom with double glazed window to the front aspect, ornate cast iron fireplace (not currently in use) recessed wall alcoves, ideal for furniture, and wall mounted light. 

BEDROOM TWO 9' 10" x 9' 0" (3m x 2.74m) Double glazed window to the front aspect, two wall lights, access hatch to a loft space, raised fitted cupboard behind louvered doors with internal shelving.  

BATHROOM 7' 3" x 6' 4" (2.21m x 1.93m) Frosted and double glazed window to the rear aspect, glazed access panel to loft space. Three piece white contemporary suite comprising a wash hand basin with a chrome mixer tap and cupboards underneath, low level WC, panelled bath with a tiled surround and a wall mounted 'Mira' sport shower over. Feature flint walled panel, wall mounted chrome ladder style towel heater, fitted cupboard behind louvered doors housing the hot water cylinder.  

OUTSIDE The property is approached from the Morston road, commonly known as the coastal road on to a shingle laid loke with a terrace of similar properties. To the front boundary of the property are shrub and flowering plant beds.  

REAR GARDEN The cottage boasts a stunning mature rear garden featuring a raised sun terrace, a central brick and pamment tiled pathways goes down the middle of the garden with mature well stocked flower and plant beds either side. One side of the garden is enclosed by an attractive high brick and flint wall. There is a garden room built of brick and flint with a timber and glazed structure ideal for garden storage and to the rear of this building is a timber framed wood store. 


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING F Ref:- 9068-2059-7205-3265-0934
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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. 32 will be found a hundred yards further on, down a small loke on the right hand side.  

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Added on Rightmove:
18 January 2017


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