Summary Built in 2010 and constructed in the traditional style so evocative of the area, this extremely attractive, brick and flint four bedroom detached house would make the ideal coastal family or holiday home and benefits from being located just a short distance from the sea front and within close proximity of the town centre. Having just undergone a full renovation to a high standard, this property is not one to be missed.
Guide Price £400,000-£450,000.
Stepinside... The property has just undergone a full renovation and offers well proportioned accommodation comprising a newly fitted kitchen/dining room with a range of stylish fitted cupboards and a range cooker and also benefits from French doors leading out on to the rear garden; a large sitting room with bay window, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a further three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property has been redecorated through out with all new fixtures and fittings giving the property a contemporary feel throughout which is a stunning contrast to the external character features and flint work.
Stepoutside... Outside there is ample off road parking to the front for two/three vehicles and an enclosed lawned garden to the rear.
The property is only a short walk from the beautiful sandy shores of Sheringham Beach.
Location, location, location... Sheringham is a delightful small town in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the north Norfolk coast nestling between the sea and Pretty Corner woods. The town is popular for both holiday and retirement and the centre has an excellent range of independent shops and supermarkets. There is bus and rail links to the bustling city of Norwich and the nearby towns of Holt and Cromer. There is a modern health centre, dentist, theatre and library together with Splash Leisure Centre and a magnificent 18 hole cliff top golf course.
There are also some excellent coastal and woodland walks in the vicinity. Sheringham beach enjoys a blue flag status and is a mix of shingle and sand depending on the tide, with a wide promenade running the length of the town. The town hosts several events throughout the year including the Viking Festival, Crab and Lobster Festivals, Coast Air Festival, Carnival and 1940's Weekend.
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