Published: 25/08/2022With the summer starting to close, we are seeing a wider variety of coastal and country houses ideal for holiday homes coming to the market.
Whether it’s a chance to enjoy quality time with family or friends or generating healthy income through holiday letting, a home in North Norfolk will create lifetime memories.
This is a unique and handsome period residence commanding an exceptional coastal position within the historic and prized village of Cley-next-the-Sea.
Paul Newell, Sowerbys’ Local Director in Holt said: “North Norfolk is blessed with both an outstanding coastline and glorious countryside. The area caters perfectly for visiting second homeowners with so much on offer like stunning beaches, rolling open countryside and historic attractions.”
'Curries Cottage' is a fine example of a traditional 'Blakeney cottage' that commands an enviable position close to the Quay in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.
“Furthermore, the area has an abundance of independent pubs and restaurants that range from the humble village pub to Michelin Star venues. Fresh lobster whilst watching the sunset over the sea, tapas in a country pub set on the village green or fine dining for those special occasions - North Norfolk has it all.”
Sitting in an elevated, frontline position, 29 Cliff Road has uninterrupted views over the beach and sea at Overstrand.
For the sports enthusiasts the opportunities within this area are endless, especially water sports, for example sailing, kayaking, surfing and paddle boarding. Whether you have your own equipment, or need to hire it, North Norfolk has many local businesses to help with this, including North Norfolk Paddleboards.
Striking the balance of period grandeur and stylish, modern living is a fine art and this exceptional home has achieved exactly that whilst commanding a prime coastal location.
For the less strenuous pursuits like walking or sight-seeing Norfolk is the perfect setting. Whether it be country lanes and field walks or along the coastal path, the views are delightful. Not to mention, the renowned Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are a sight to behold.
Epic, big skies and rugged coastal landscapes can be enjoyed directly from this charming cottage with 430 acres of Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserve and coastline beyond.
If you’re thinking about securing your dream holiday home, whether it be in a quaint Norfolk village, a barn with countryside views or a coastal bolt hole along our glorious stretch of coastline, you won’t regret it.
Paul added: “Now is a great time to secure your holiday home. Be in for Christmas and celebrate with your family by walks on the beach and trips to the local eateries, before preparing your home ahead of the 2023 season.”
This exceptional two bedroom cottage boasts immaculate and classy interiors within the charming flint elevations of a quintessential period home.