2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Knight Cottage, Little Walsingham

£249,950

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Tenure: Freehold

Charming Grade II Listed period cottage with 2 bedroom accommodation, rear courtyard plus a good size detached garden.

DESCRIPTION
Knight Cottage is a Grade II Listed period mid terrace cottage situated right in the heart of the picturesque village of Little Walsingham. The property has been extensively renovated by the current owners to now provide charming characterful accommodation comprising kitchen, sitting/dining room with double and single bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.

Outside, there is a small courtyard immediately behind the property where there is space for a bistro style table and chairs. There is also a detached garden (measuring approximately 20m x 10m (68' x 32')) which is accessed via a pedestrian right of way.

Knight Cottage would suit a number of purposes perhaps as a second home/holiday let as well as for a small family, couple or single person looking for a compact home in this amenity rich village.

SITUATION
The Medieval village of Little Walsingham is a centre of pilgrimage, it has two main Shrines: the 14th Century Slipper Chapel is the Roman Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady and the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, while the Abbey grounds contain the ruins of the original Priory founded in 1153.

For a village of its size, Little Walsingham supports an amazing number of shops, mainly tourist/pilgrim shops but also a mini-supermarket, tea shops and 2 public houses. An old farmyard (owned by the Walsingham Estate) has been converted into a range of shops which boast the award winning Farm Shop. The village also has a doctor's surgery and a primary school. Linking Little Walsingham to the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea, some 4 miles away, is the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway. Little Walsingham is centrally located for Holt, Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea and the market town of Fakenham.






Property ref: 121_959_4502597


SITTING/DINING ROOM 
5.11m x 4.48m (16' 9 x 14' 8) at widest points.
A partly glazed timber door leads directly off Knight Street into the sitting/dining room. Fireplace with a quarry tiled hearth and oak mantel, beamed ceiling, storage heater, oak flooring and staircase to the first floor landing. Timber framed double glazed window to the front. Window and latch door to the kitchen.

KITCHEN 
2.46m x 2.18m (8' 1 x 7' 2)
Range of cream Shaker style base and wall units with oak block worktops and upstands incorporating a white ceramic sink with chrome mixer tap. Integrated washing machine, oven and electric hob with extractor over and tiled splashback, space for a fridge freezer and shelf suitable for a microwave. Wall shelves/plate rack, tiled floor, UPVC window overlooking the courtyard garden and partly glazed timber door leading outside.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 
Exposed beams, loft hatch and display shelves.

BEDROOM 1 
2.62m x 4.08m (8' 7" x 13' 5")
2 built-in wardrobe cupboards, exposed ceiling beams and floorboards, electric radiator and timber framed double glazed window to the front.

BEDROOM 2 
2.78m x 2.75m (9' 1 x 9' 0) at widest points.
L-shaped room with exposed ceiling beams, wall shelves, electric radiator and UPVC double glazed window to the rear.

BATHROOM 
2.41m x 2.01m (7' 11 x 6' 7)
White suite comprising a bath with chrome mixer shower over and shower curtain, wash basin and high level WC. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, wall heater, tiled floor and extractor. UPVC double glazed window to the rear with obscured glass.

OUTSIDE 
To the rear of the cottage there is a small fenced courtyard where there is space for a small bistro style table and chairs, outside light. A tall pedestrian gate opens onto the neighbouring property where there is a right of way leading to the main garden which is detached from the cottage. The garden measures approximately 20m x 10m (68' x 32') and has been partly cleared.





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28 June 2018

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  • Sheringham (14.2 mi)
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26 Staithe Street Wells-Next-The-Sea NR23 1AF

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