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The Hill, Great Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22


2 Bedroom Cottage For Sale

This pretty little 17th Century cottage is located in the popular village of Great Walsingham and benefits from period features both inside and outside with its Grade Two listing. It has been run by its owner as a successful holiday let and provides investors with the opportunity to continue to do the same, especially given the cottage is offered for sale with all of its contents. The cottage is accessed via timber gates to the side leading to the off road parking area. Step into the rear courtyard and enter the cottage via its stable door entrance porch, with further door accessing the kitchen breakfast room. This is a delightfully cosy space that subsequently leads to the dual aspect sitting room and its fireplace with its wood burner stove, set on a raised hearth, with redbrick surround. The Norfolk Box staircase leads from this room to the landing, with two double bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor.

The outside space includes the afore mentioned parking area and garden, including a paved patio just outside the rear porch and a pretty summer house. The very useful brick built outbuilding provides useful storage for amongst other things, bicycles and the plumbing allows for utility space to house the washing machine alongside an extra toilet facility.

VILLAGE DESCRIPTION Great Walsingham is a charming village set around a traditional village green with a cluster of individual period cottages. A mile to the east is the much larger village of Little Walsingham, originally built to cater for pilgrims to the shrine of the Virgin Mary. The village has many fine examples of rare medieval timber framed buildings and in the 18th and 19th centuries became a flourishing market town and legal centre. It has a range of shops, pubs, a restaurant and primary school. The towns of Fakenham - 5 miles - and Holt - 11 miles - are within easy reach, and the North Norfolk Coast at Wells next-the-Sea is only 5 miles away. Local amenities include golf at Brancaster and Hunstanton and sailing at Brancaster Staithe, Morston and Blakeney. The Thursford Collection of steam engines, and funfair rides is nearby. There is a half-hourly train service from London Liverpool Street to Norwich and hourly from Kings Cross to Kings Lynn.

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


SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage.




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Office Details

The Old Rectory
21 Oak Street
NR21 9DX

01328 801534