4 bedroom detached house for sale

High Street, NR25

Guide Price £945,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Truly unique detached coastal property
  • Unspoilt views across the marshes and coastline
  • Fully refurbished using the highest quality fixtures and fittings
  • Four bedrooms
  • Suptuous open plan first floor kitchen/living area with balcony

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An outstanding and truly unique detached coastal property with unspoilt views across Cley's celebrated marshes and coastline to Blakeney Church on the horizon. Situated in the centre of this extremely popular and historic coastal village, Millers House has been fully refurbished in recent years using only the highest quality fixtures and fittings. The property is also fully alarmed with motion sensors throughout and has an air source heat pump and under floor heating. With accommodation over three floors, the layout has been carefully designed to maximise the unrivalled views with a sumptuous open plan first floor kitchen/living area with a balcony. This is complemented by ground floor accommodation comprising an entrance hall, a rear hall, three large bedrooms, a utility room, cloakroom and a bathroom. On the third floor is a master bedroom with en suite facilities. Outside, a gravelled driveway leads down the side of the property to a garage. To the front of the property is an enclosed garden and to the rear is a well tended and landscaped garden.

Location
CLEY NEXT THE SEA was described by William White in his 1845 Norfolk directory as a "small town and port" and listed 4 inns, 2 beer houses, 3 each of bakers, butchers, groceries, drapers, shoemakers and also 4 tailors. 50 years on the village still has a delicatessen, hotel, pub, tearooms, fish smokery, pottery shop and gallery and has become a popular destination. St Margaret's Church looks over the green and the Glaven Valley and probably the best known feature of the village is the Windmill, which was built as a corn mill at the beginning of the 19th Century, and is now run as a very pleasant bed and breakfast establishment. The Georgian town of Holt is about 4 miles distant with an excellent selection of shopping and also the well known Gresham's Public School for girls and boys. The fine City of Norwich is about 26 miles distant from where there is a fast rail service to London Liverpool Street and an International airport via Schipol, Amsterdam.

Directions
Leave Holt via New Street which will take you into the Cley Road. After around 4 miles you will enter the village of Cley next the Sea. Proceed into the village going past the village green on your left and the Three Swallows public house on your right. Continue into the centre and upon reaching Picnic Fayre on your left, turn right into The High Street. The property will then be found on the left, after a short distance identified by a Pointens for sale board.

Accommodation

The accommodation comprises:

A very individual oak entrance canopy over front door, leading to -

Entrance Hall
Flagstone floor. Understair cupboard. Underfloor heating.

Rear Hall
Staircase to first floor. Door to rear garden. Flagstone floor and underfloor heating.

Cloakroom
Wc, washbasin with mixer tap over. Flagstone floor and underfloor heating.

Bedroom One (double aspect)
Limed oak floorboards. Underfloor heating and double sliding doors to -

Bedroom Two (double aspect)
Limed oak floorboards. Underfloor heating.

Bedroom Three (double aspect)
Sliding patio doors leading to the rear garden. Limed oak flooring. A ship's ladder leads up to a mezzanine level where it would be possible to place a further bed.

Utility Room
Flagstone floor. Fitted shelving. Base unit with worktop over. Inset single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Water softener and an airing cupboard with fitted shelving.

First Floor
Open Plan Living Area
An impressive open plan living area comprising a kitchen and sitting room area with double doors leading out to a balcony with fitted wooden seating and space for a dining table so that the truly unique views over the adjoining salt marshes can be enjoyed. Stairs from the south west facing balcony lead down to the rear garden.

The kitchen area has a range of bespoke hand made base units with English elm work surfaces over and a Stove's electric cooker with a gas hob and a stainless steel Stove's extractor hood over plus a fitted breakfast bar.
The sitting room area has a double aspect, a wood burner and sliding doors lead out to the balcony.

A staircase leads up to the second floor -

Landing
Oak floorboards, door to-

Master Bedroom
Two fitted under eaves cupboards, two further fitted cupboards. Oak floorboards. Television point. This room enjoys the unique views over the adjoining salt marshes and Blakeney Point beyond.
En suite bathroom
Fitted bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment. Wc. Vanity unit with 'his and hers' washbasin. Underfloor heating. This room also enjoys the unique views over the salt marshes.

Curtilage
A gravelled driveway leads down the side of the property and to a brick and tile garage with an up and over door, a personal door leading to the garden and electric power and light. To the front of the property is a wrought iron gate leading to a front garden which has slate chippings and pleached trees, all enclosed by low brick walling. To the rear of the property is a landscaped and styled garden area which has a patio directly behind the house and steps leading up to the first floor balcony. There are also lawns, raised flower and shrub beds which have been carefully planted and tended, a wooden garden wood store and a personal door leading to the gravelled driveway. This is all enclosed by wooden panelled fencing.

General Information
Tenure: Freehold.

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Heating is via an air source heat pump.

Council Tax Band: E (2108/19-£2017.56)

Energy Performance Certificate: Band D

Local Authority: North Norfolk District Council. Tel: 01263 513811.

Viewings: Strictly via the sole agents, Pointens Estate Agents, tel: 01263 711880.

Reference: H31012.

Intending purchasers will be asked to produce original Identity Documentation and Proof of Address before solicitors are instructed.  

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Added on Rightmove:
17 September 2018

Nearest station

  • Sheringham (6.9 mi)
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01263 711880 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Sheringham (6.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Pointens, Holt

18 High Street, Holt, NR25 6BH

01263 711880 Local call rate

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