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Louden Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27


2 Bedroom Apartment For Sale

THE BUXTON "Oh to be besides the sea…"

The pier juts out from the shore, the colourful frontage of seaside homes lines cliffside streets and the distant waft of fish and chips sends your senses tingling. This is the essence of the Great British seaside nostalgia.

Never has a setting been more iconic in English society; we really do love to be beside the sea.

The British seaside past time has been enjoyed for generations - it is Cromer's iconic heritage architecture which has been here to see it all.

Locally known as 'The Cottage', Collison Place was originally built as a community hospital in 1888, thanks to the work of the founding committee and the generosity of Mr G W Collison.

The building and apartments have been named in homage to Mr Collison and six of the committee members and their legacy and throughout Collison Place you will discover fond nods to this important past-life have been preserved.

Tradition and Vogue.

Life at Collison Place offers an elegant blend of tradition and vogue.

Wake up to a sea breeze flowing through the sash windows of this elegant double fronted Victorian Cromer apartment, grab your morning coffee to takeaway and stroll upon the cliffs, promenade and along the pier. But step through the front door and a grand entrance hall welcomes you; Victorian tiles tease the way to a cut-string staircase, sweeping beneath an 18-arm brass chandelier.

"Cromer's visiting notables include a 10-year-old Winston Churchill in 1885."

The Buxton instantly wraps you in a calm and warmth, flooded in natural light.

You can easily imagine the sound of laughter and chatter filling the high ceilings as friends and guests catch up over a glass of something or relax in the open-plan living space.

A timeless shaker-style kitchen with full suite of integrated appliances and breakfast bar is the perfect place from which food can be served and shared or use the dedicated dining area for more formal occasions.

When days spent on the North Norfolk coast are over, two sumptuous en-suite bedrooms tease a tranquil space to escape and unwind.

'Mention Cromer and someone within earshot will think "crabs". Cromer crabs, a happy bit of alliteration which sticks in the mind and conjures visions of wide beaches, seaside fun and wholesome seaside fare, with or without mayonnaise." - THE GUARDIAN

ALL THE REASONS COLLISON PLACE IS THE PLACE TO CALL HOME Cromer has an exciting vibe and fantastic amenities. Perhaps start the day with a morning coffee at Rocket Caf鬠overlooking the sea, or catch up with friends at New Fig and Olive Deli.

From perusing local independent shops to dining in some of Norfolk's favourite eateries, Cromer delivers a lifestyle to be envied.

At the end of the spectacular Victorian pier, sits a 500-seat pavilion theatre, hosting a wide variety of shows, from March to the end of December.

The pride of those who call this town home is the modern Lifeboat, watching over all who live and visit the coast it launches heroically from the end of the pier slipway.

Other attractions include a cinema, Amazonia Zoo and the Cromer Museum and Lifeboat Museum.

And when the sun sets on the horizon, there's nowhere better to be than Gangway wine bar or the acclaimed No1, run by Michelin-starred chef Galton Blackiston.

The town has its own railway station with a good service to Norwich and other prime amenities including a hospital, doctor's surgery, dental surgery, library and the Royal Cromer Golf Club (18 hole).

The Buxton benefits from the addition of a private courtyard garden. Allocated off street parking is provided for one car, both a welcome addition in a bustling town.

SPECIFICATION *Generous living/kitchen/dining space at the heart of this apartment, with kitchen peninsula designed for socialising & entertaining.
*Oak effect LVT flooring throughout with carpets to bedrooms.
*Subtle woodgrain indigo Shaker-style kitchen with solid quartz work surfaces & upstands.
*Integrated appliances including Neff oven, hobs, and extractors.
*Contemporary bathrooms including thermostatic showers with fixed drencher heads as well as separate handsets.
*Classic four-panel Victorian style solid engineered doors, with beehive style handles.
*Hardwood double glazed sash windows by Advanced Joinery.
*Private courtyard laid with Indian sandstone slabs.
*Lumi plugin ceiling lights, discreetly integrating smoke & heat detection systems.
*Electric radiators controlled by Heatmiser NeoStat smart thermostats, enabling heating control from anywhere via an app.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. Ref:- 2665-6071-1349-7459-3214
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, drainage and electric heating.

TENURE Please note the property is leasehold with approximately 250 years remaining.

COUNCIL TAX Band B. £1,544.47 per annum.

AGENT'S NOTE There is a 10 year structural warranty.

Both long term and short term holiday lets are permitted and projected annual income for both options are available on request.

Ground rent is £150 per annum, service charge is £1,400 per annum.

WEBSITE TAGS New home, new development


Tenure: Leasehold





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