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High Street, Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22

££650,000 Guide

6 Bedroom Mid-Terraced House For Sale

The Old Bakehouse is located in the centre of the historic village of Little Walsingham. The property dates back to the Tudor period with a Georgian front. It is a substantial Grade II listed building with its spacious accommodation arranged over three floors, retaining many original period features, alongside the introduction of modern requirements that include oil fired heating, wood-burning stove and some secondary glazing. The property also benefits from a cellar that once formed part of a French restaurant. Other guises include a doctor's surgery, corn exchange, bakery and more recently a successful bed and breakfast.

The outside space boasts courtyard gardens. The courtyard to the rear of the property offers an enclosed, walled space to enjoy a lawned area with mature borders.

The Old Bakehouse should be viewed to fully appreciate its character, charm and flexibility. Whilst it has been used over the years for a myriad of uses, it also makes a very comfortable, wonderful family home.

LITTLE WALSINGHAM The property is situated in Little Walsingham, a large picturesque village of considerable historic interest standing in the River Stiffkey valley some 4 miles from the North Norfolk coast which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The pretty village of Walsingham attracts pilgrims, artists, birdwatchers and those seeking a slower pace of life. The village has many fine period cottages, offers good local shopping including a vibrant farm shop, and has a popular restaurant, a good pub and a primary school. It is well known throughout the country as a religious centre with pilgrimages to the Anglian Shrine and Slipper Chapel at nearby Houghton St Giles.

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains electricity, water and drainage and oil fired central heating.


ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING An Energy Performance Certificate is not required for this property due to it being Grade II listed.




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Office Details

The Old Rectory
21 Oak Street
NR21 9DX

01328 801534