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£1,595,000, 5 bedrooms


Key features

  • Spectacular Coastal Views
  • Finished to an Exceptional Standard
  • Traditional Brick & Flint Frontage
  • Bespoke Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Glass Atrium
  • Master Suite & Four Further Bedrooms
  • Landscaped Grounds of Approximately One Acre
  • Extensive Entertaining Terrace with Coastal Views
  • Under Floor Heating & Integrated Sonos Sound System
  • Secure Gated Parking & Garage
  • Direct Access from the Garden to the Coastal Path

Property Description

An outstanding coastal residence set in glorious landscaped grounds of approximately one acre, with panoramic views over the salt marshes and the National Nature Reserve at Blakeney Point. The traditional brick and flint frontage of this fine character home discreetly conceals a sophisticated and elegant interior with the emphasis on maximising the stunning coastal views. Having been extensively remodelled, extended and renovated by the present owners, the property embraces 21st century technology and efficiency yet retaining its heritage character. Boasting sumptuous living space in excess of 4000 square feet the property briefly comprises; entrance hall, triple aspect formal sitting room, impressive dining room extending directly onto a raised sun terrace, hand built fitted ‘shaker’ kitchen/breakfast room with glazed atrium, office/play room, pantry, utility room, boot room and versatile store rooms. To the first floor is a magnificent master bedroom suite featuring an impressive glazed gable with breath taking coastal views and luxurious en suite. There are three further double bedrooms, two with en suites, a further bedroom and a separate shower room. The attached garage and gated courtyard area, including wood store, provide practical and versatile additional space.

OUTSIDE The property has a generous gravelled parking area accessed via private, electric double gates providing secure parking for several cars and ideal dry storage for boats. The grounds are a key feature of this property and comprise extensive paved sun terraces, formal lawns, orchard and working area with vegetable beds and fruit cage plus a delightful secret garden with shepherd’s hut. The grounds extend to approximately one acre and enjoy glorious salt marsh and coastal views all the way to Blakeney Point: A designated area of outstanding natural beauty and a National Nature Reserve, Blakeney Point is an impressive 4 mile long stretch of coastline encompassing a fantastic spectrum of wildlife, varying landscapes, a sand and shingle spit, salt marshes, sand dunes and a wide range of plant life. 

BLAKENEY Blakeney is one of the most popular villages on the North Norfolk Coast. It’s in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounded by huge expanses of marshes and sky. It’s perfect for bird watching and dinghy sailing. Originally a small port it’s now a lovely quiet village. It has a beautiful quayside with brick & flint cottages lining the narrow streets. As well as the Blakeney Hotel and Manor Hotel, Blakeney has a supermarket and a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs. There is also a doctors’ surgery and a primary school. The Georgian market town of Holt is about 7 miles to the east with a wide range of shops – including many a designer boutiques – and Gresham’s School.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit and enter in the reference number. 

MAINS SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage. 


DIRECTIONS Please contact Sowerbys Holt Office for full details. 

"Just to say a big 'Thank you' for smoothing the way on the sale of our property. We really appreciated your calming influence as the stress levels rose. Please pass on our thanks to all the others members of your team. First class as always."
Mr & Mrs Welters - Vendors - March 2016