2 bedroom cottage for sale

Brinton

Sold STC £535,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Highly Sought After Village Location
  • A Wealth of Character Features
  • Lovingly Renovated to a High Standard
  • Hand Built Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Rangemaster and Integrated Appliances
  • Beamed Ceilings and Inglenook Fireplaces
  • Stunning Bathroom Suite
  • Delightful Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Off Street Parking
  • Ideal Second Home/Holiday Let

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An exceptional Grade II listed cottage, which has been meticulously renovated to the highest of standards. This fine and particularly well-proportioned period residence is idyllically situated in the heart of Brinton, a most highly regarded and sought after North Norfolk village. The cottage is steeped in history and is believed to date back as early as 1600's in parts. The current owners have lovingly and carefully improved the property throughout whilst maintaining all the character.
 
You enter the property via the pretty, walled cottage garden into a delightful sitting room with beamed ceiling, inglenook style fireplace and ornate front window with views towards the village church. Panelled and latched doors lead through to a formal dining room and a study/snug both boasting a wealth of period features and views over the delightful enclosed rear garden. The double aspect farmhouse style kitchen and breakfast room has hand built bespoke units with integrated appliances, Rangemaster, porcelain tile floor and under floor heating . The ground floor is completed by a generous utility room and guest WC.
 
The first floor is accessed via a traditional Norfolk turning staircase where you find two extremely generous double bedrooms. The master bedroom again features beamed ceiling, inglenook style fireplace and sash windows with views over the walled rear garden. The second bedroom is light and airy with views towards the village church. The bath/shower room has been totally refitted with a four piece traditional suite featuring a roll top bath and large walk-in shower. There is a large attic room with plumbing and electricity accessed by a retractable ladder.
 
Outside, the rear garden is enclosed by a mixture of traditional brick and flint walls, there is a gravelled sun trap terraced area accessed from both the formal dining room and kitchen; the gardens feature flowerbeds enclosed by box hedges, fruit trees and roses. To the rear of the garden is a bespoke garden house with lighting and power, currently used by the vendors as an art studio; there is also a garden shed. The front garden is laid to lawn with box hedging and herbaceous flower beds. To the side of the property is an enclosed parking area for two cars with a log store and oil tank. 

SITUATION/LOCATION Located approximately 3.5 miles from Holt and approached through narrow quiet lanes, Brinton is shaded by trees with a church, St Andrew's, dating in parts back to the 17th century. Holt is one of the most attractive small towns in Norfolk in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The main street is lined with colour washed Georgian buildings, many of architectural importance. There are tea and coffee shops, lots of antique and curio shops, food shops and delicatessens, banks, independent shops and, of course, historic Gresham's School founded in 1555. The north Norfolk coast at Blakeney is 6 miles away due north and there is good sailing, golf, bird-watching and many beaches nearby. The North Norfolk Steam Railway has its terminus on the outskirts of the town and connects Holt with the seaside resort of Sheringham 6 miles away. The cathedral city of Norwich is just 26 miles distant, where there are direct trains to London Liverpool Street and Norwich Airport is a convenient worldwide gateway via Schiphol Airport. 

DIRECTIONS From Holt take the Thornage Road signposted Thornage. Pass through Thornage village and as you approach Briningham on your left take a right turn signposted Brinton. As you enter the village and pass the church on your right The Coppice is on the left hand side as you approach Sharrington Road.
 

COUNCIL TAX Band D. 

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating, private drainage. 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING An Energy Performance Certificate is not required for this property due to it being Grade II listed. 


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 September 2018

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Nearest station

  • Sheringham (8.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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1 Market Place Holt NR25 6BE

01263 658009 Local call rate

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