Cromer Cromer is a typical fishermen town located on the heart of the North Norfolk coastline. Steeped in history and world famous for it's Cromer crab, a delicacy which is harvested just off the coastline along a chalk reef. The delicious brown crab is exported all over the world for its rich taste. Cromer came to popularity in Victorian times when the train line was built to serve the town. The train would bring holiday makers from London to its beautiful beaches.
Much can be seen of the Victorian era with many of the buildings and houses dating from that era still in the town. The famous author Clement Scott wrote about his love of Cromer giving the area its name of "Poppyland" which it is still referred to today. The town relies on tourism swelling the population during the summer months. Cromer's' famous carnival held in August is one of the uk's largest carnivals held every year. Cromer has excellent transport links to Norwich and beyond.
Overview A 2 bedroom semi-detached holiday chalet located on the highly popular Kings Chalet Park. This would make an ideal holiday let investment or holiday retreat. Accommodation comprises; Open plan lounge/kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. Externally there are communal gardens and parking.
Lounge/diner Entrance door to the front aspect leading into the lounge, double glazed windows to the front aspect, carpeted flooring, doors to the bathroom, bedroom 1, bedroom 2 and opening to the kitchen.
Kitchen Obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect, a range of fitted base and wall mounted units with work surfaces over, inset stainless steel sink with side drainer, built in electric over, inset four ring ceramic hob with tiled splash backs and extractor hood over, space for fridge and tile effect flooring.
Bedroom Double glazed window to the front aspect, carpeted flooring and built in wardrobe.
Bedroom Double glazed window to the rear aspect, carpeted flooring and built in wardrobe.
Bathroom Two obscure double glazed windows to the rear aspect, panel sided bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, shaver point, vinyl flooring and tiled walls.
Agentsnote The property is leasehold with an original lease of 105 years from 1976, the service charge is approximately £1520 per annum, the site can be used from the 1st of March until the 31st of October, holiday letting is permitted and pets are allowed..
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