From £995,000, 5 bedrooms, for sale

Key features

  • Accommodation of 2469sq ft
  • Brand New Home Of The Highest Specification
  • Hand Crafted Kitchen
  • Under Floor Heating To Ground Floor
  • Luxurious Bathrooms
  • Coastal Views from Second Floor Balcony
  • Centre Of Blakeney Location
  • Garage and boat store

Property Description

A new magnificent coastal home set in the heart of Blakeney.

This brand new contemporary coastal home sits proudly in the centre of Blakeney and offers 2469sq ft finished to the highest specification. This stunning and substantial home takes advantage of all the latest modern comforts and technology available yet embraces local architectural heritage with beautifully constructed brick and flint facades, larch panelling and attractive soft landscaping. The unique and clever design takes full advantage of the enviable location with stunning views over the natural harbour and coastline of Blakeney from the second floor balcony. The attention to detail in the construction and finish of this fine home is rarely seen in new developments of today with key features including; Individual hand crafted hardwood kitchen, under floor heating to ground floor living space, luxurious bathrooms, well-proportioned living area, sumptuous master suite and coastal views to the second floor areas. The property is finished with professionally landscaped gardens to front and rear, private parking area and garage. Located in the heart of Blakeney yet deceptively private and just a short stroll from the Quay and coastline.

SITUATION/LOCATION This exclusive development commands an enviable position in the centre of Blakeney just off the Coast Road with coastal, countryside and church views. Literally step outside the pristine gardens and you will find yourself immersed in the coastal splendour of Blakeney. An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Blakeney is filled with flint cottages, narrow streets and hidden alleys. Food and drink options are a plenty in Blakeney from the traditional coastal pub The Kings Arms to the more gastronomic fayre at The White Horse, you really are spoilt for choice. The Moorings is a charming cafe by day and a renowned bistro restaurant by night and a short walk away is Wiveton Hall Cafe, which is well worth a visit. Offering panoramic views across the estuary and salt marshes, Blakeney enjoys big skies and tranquil walkways. The Blakeney National Nature Reserve is one of the largest expanses of undeveloped coastal habitat of its type in Europe. It has long been recognised as a highly important area for its wide range of rare coastal plants and wildlife. The vast areas of unusual habitat such as pristine salt marsh, vegetated shingle and sand dunes, attract a colourful array of wildlife from uncommon sea birds to the seals colonies that prosper on Blakeney Point. Needless to say the area is incredibly popular with nature lovers and birdwatchers. Although there are some restricted areas during the main bird breeding season the nature reserve is largely free to roam. Seal trips by boat run from Blakeney and the nearby village of Morston out to Blakeney Point and are extremely popular. 'A Coastline to Explore', Blakeney is well placed for exploring the stunning north Norfolk coastline. From wildlife reserves and sweeping beaches, to seal watching and quirky pubs - the attractions are plentiful.

DIRECTIONS Please contact our Holt office for directions.

COUNCIL TAX Band to be confirmed.

SERVICES CONNECTED mains electricity, water and drainage, air source heat pump with underfloor heating to the ground floor.


WEBSITE TAG New Build, New Home, New Development

"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