- A Four Bedroom Detached Fleur Home
- Oak Flooring, Fitted Carpets & Oak Internal Doors All Included
- Traditional Exterior, Modern Interior
- Efficient Air Source Under Floor Heating to Ground Floor
- Masterclass Kitchen in Light Grey, with Integrated Appliances and Quartz Worktops
- Duravit Contemporary Suites to All Bathrooms and En-Suites
- Double Car Port & Boat Storage Area
- A Short Walk from Brancaster Staithe Harbour
Located just a short walk from Brancaster Staithes pretty harbour, Plot 10 Northshore Place offers spacious, open-plan living.
Located just a short walk from Brancaster Staithe's pretty harbour, Plot 10 offers spacious, open-plan living. On the ground floor all the reception rooms lead off from a central hallway, including a sizeable Kitchen/Dining Room, a large Living Room and a Study/Snug. On the first floor are four Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom, with Bedrooms 3 and 4 enjoying in-built cupboards and Bedroom 3 an En-Suite bathroom. The Master Bedroom includes both a walk-in wardrobe and En-Suite Bathroom. The property's contemporary interior is an appealing mix of luxury with coastal touches.
Features of note include:
Carrara marble-style quartz Kitchen worktops
Boiling water-tap in Kitchen
An open fireplace, with limestone hearth and woodburning stove
Hardwood and glass staircase in a lime white wax
En-Suite Bathrooms to Master Bedroom and Bedroom 3
Walk-in wardrobes to Master Bedroom
Bi-fold doors to Kitchen/Dining Room
French doors to Living Room
Turf to front garden, enclosed rear garden and an attractive sandstone terrace
DIMENSIONS Ground Floor
Kitchen/Dining Room - 6.7m x 4.9m
Utility - 3.5m x 2.0m
Study Snug - 3.4m x 2.7m
Living Room - 6.4m x 4.4m
Master Bedroom - 4.9m x 3.9m
Bedroom Two - 4.0m x 3.6m max
Bedroom Three - 3.3m x 3.2m
Bedroom Four - 3.7m x 3.1m
GARDEN The garden to the front is turfed, with herbaceous planting and bordered by hedging. The back garden is seeded, with a sandstone terrace.
LOCATION Positioned close to the heart of Brancaster Staithe, Northshore Place is located off the coast road and accessed via The Close. The collection of 12, traditionally styled homes are set behind a paved driveway and encompass a mix of brick, flint and weatherboarding, with attractive brick detailing and some pretty porches too. It is also just a short drive from the gem of the North Norfolk coast, Burnham Market.
BRANCASTER STAITHE A busy sailing and fishing community which centres around the harbour, Brancaster Staithe is also close to some of Norfolk's loveliest beaches and walkways. Looking for a bite to eat? Both The Jolly Sailors and The White Horse pubs offer a friendly atmosphere and great food. Or for something quirkier, the Crab Hut on the Staithe serves freshly caught shell fish from April to October.
THE GLORIOUS NORTH NORFOLK COASTLINE From Brancaster Staithe, you are well placed to explore the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. From vast sandy beaches with their colourful beach huts to grand stately homes and acres of parkland, it is bursting with enjoyable diversions. It is also packed with superb pubs and restaurants, from Wiveton Café of BBC2's Normal for Norfolk fame to The Victoria at Holkham and The Ship Inn at Brancaster.
Exteriors are a mix of traditional soft and light red bricks, local flint and painted timber cladding to plots with brick detailing around many windows.
Roof tiles are natural slate.
Guttering is galvanised steel, half round.
KITCHEN AND UTILITY
Stylish, contemporary kitchen units in light grey.
Quartz Carrera work tops in Kitchens and Duropal with 100mm up-stand in the Utility Rooms.
Splash back above Kitchen units are a brick tile in soft cream with pale grey grout.
Appliances 800mm wide ceramic induction hob. Two single ovens side by side.
A fully integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Vado chrome contemporary style mixer taps in the Kitchen and Utility Room.
Stainless steel under mounted 1.5 bowl sink to the Kitchen, with a grooved drainer set in the quartz worktop. Stainless steel, over mounted single bowl sink to Utility Room.
Boiling water taps.
Floating oak shelves above the Kitchen worktops.
Integrated waste bin with recycling facility to all plots.
White electric heated towel rails to all Bathrooms and En-suites.
Duravit contemporary style white sanitary ware in Bathrooms and En-suites.
Vado Zoo chrome brassware.
Contemporary 'Back to the wall' toilets with soft close seats and a chrome flush plate.
Chrome, fixed shower head with control panel and secondary hand-held hose in Master En-suite.
All other showers on riser rail.
Fully tiled shower enclosures with low profile shower trays and recessed shelving to Master En-suite. Merlin glass shower doors or screens.
Large format ceramic tiles in soft grey to walls and floors.
Fixed mirror above shelf in one bathroom where feasible.
LIGHTING, ELECTRICAL AND BROADBAND
A mixture of downlights, uplights and pendants.
Dimmer switches to Living Room.
Wall lighting to Master En-Suite.
TV points to Living Room, all Bedrooms and Study.
Additional TV point in Family/Dining room.
BT points to Kitchen, Living Room, Master Bedroom, Study and Hall.
Socket to each Kitchen island as per floor plans.
Pre-wiring for customer's own connection for Sky Plus TV in Living Room and Master Bedroom.
External socket at rear of house.
External lighting to front and rear of the house.
Alarm spur provided for future alarm connection.
Socket provided in a ground floor cupboard where possible for cordless vacuum cleaner charging.
Superfast Broadband available in Brancaster Staithe.
HEATING AND WATER
Mitsubishi Ecodan, Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP) serving all hot water and under floor heating to ground floor and radiators to the first floor.
Heating to all Bathrooms via separately controlled electric under floor heating mat and electric towel rails.
An open fireplace, with natural limestone hearth, fitted with a wood-burning stove to the Living Room.
External tap to rear of each property.
WINDOWS AND DOORS
Bespoke, double-glazed timber windows and doors, factory finished inside and out, in a pale warm grey.
Fully finished interior oak veneered doors with chrome contemporary handles and hinges.
Built-in wardrobes with chrome hanging rail and shelf.
Fitted 'walk-in' wardrobe dressing rooms to Master Bedroom.
Hardwood and glass staircase in a lime white wax.
Contemporary style engineered oak floor boards, to Hallway and Kitchen/Dining rooms.
Carpets to Living Room, Study or Snug, Landing and all Bedrooms.
Ceramic tiles to Bathrooms, En-Suites, WC's and Utility Rooms where applicable.
Coir mat well to the front door.
Walls and ceilings in heritage paint colours Skimming Stone and skirtings and architraves in Elephant's Breath. Walls and ceilings in emulsion, skirtings and architraves in satin finish.
Square edge contemporary style skirting and architraves.
GARDENS AND BOUNDARIES
Turf to front gardens and communal areas with prepared and seeded rear gardens.
Boundary treatments are a mix of closeboard fencing and willow fencing.
Large format Sahara multi sandstone terracing and paths to garden.
Bin storage area
Please note all elements are subject to change and Fleur reserve the right to alter the specification.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING The property will have a SAP assessment carried out as part of building regulations when completed.
WEBSITE TAGS New home, new build, new development.
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