The well-known coltishall bridge picturesquely spans the river bure, dividing the idyllic waterside villages of Horstead and Coltishall. Once over the bridge this 18th Century former hotel and now bed and breakfast, commands an enviable riverside setting at the heart of this popular norfolk broads location.
Formerly The White Horse Hotel and once owned by the Coltishall Brewery, Bridge House now presents as a rare opportunity for those seeking a commercial enterprise or with the ambition to explore converting the property into an enviable riverside residence at the heart of this desired location.
The iconic riverside village of Coltishall - referred to as the gateway to the renowned norfolk broads, was once an important stopping point on the Aylsham to Gt. Yarmouth route along the River Bure. Coltishall became a famed and thriving malting centre where wherries were made and malted barley was ferried to breweries as far afield as London.
Bridge House is approached over a gated driveway which opens to a broad shingle expanse providing ample off-road parking. To the front of the property a generous lawn garden extends away from the property to a rustic brick wall beneath a canopy of mature tall trees, beyond which the grounds extend down to the waters-edge, crossing a public right of way along the meandering river bure.
The property presently affords nine bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a reception area, kitchen and dining room, a lounge and a separate laundry room and disused outdoor swimming pool.
Life at the property is further complimented in its Georgian village high street location and walking distance to the post office, the recruiting sargent and the red lion public houses, doctor's surgery and outstanding primary school.
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