6 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
'The Cottage' and 'Chapel Cottage' at Matlaske presents a unique and rare opportunity to purchase two historic and charming period homes nestled in an idyllic village location. Each cottage displays local, heritage architecture spanning several hundred years and are presented in excellent order throughout.
With such versatile and extensive accommodation set over two highly individual dwellings, this could allow for a wide variety of uses including a charming main residence and a lucrative holiday let, multi-generational living or even a highly flexible holiday let investment with two independent holiday lets.
The accommodation spans over 2,600 sq. ft. and combines four individual receptions, two kitchens, six double bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms all set around pretty gardens with parking options. Located in the idyllic village of Matlaske the cottages command an enviable location set just south of the Georgian market town of Holt and highly convenient for the north Norfolk heritage coastline.
THE COTTAGE An enchanting and historic 18th century cottage blessed with intricate brick and flint elevations, set under a traditional pantile roof. This fine cottage is just as attractive on the inside with a plethora of period features that includes, pamment tiled floors, charming leaded windows, open fireplaces and extensive exposed beams to the ceilings. The present owner has lovingly restored this fine cottage throughout, with great care to preserve all of its charm but subtly blended in modern comforts and elegant interior design. Set over two floors and extending to around 1,600 sq. ft. the accommodation briefly comprises; Front door leading into a formal sitting room with open fireplace, delightful snug/dining room with open fireplace, spacious kitchen/breakfast room showcasing a wonderful handmade 'shaker' style kitchen with in-frame cabinets capped with honed granite countertops and a butler style sink. The kitchen also incorporates an informal dining area. Off the kitchen is a perfectly placed walk-in pantry. A rear hallway with an independent access off the garden leads to a ground floor bathroom and a delightful garden room with french doors onto the enclosed garden.
A turning staircase from the sitting room leads up to the first floor of The Cottage, where you will find three individual double bedrooms that all showcase wonderful vaulted and beamed ceilings and are served by a cloakroom with WC.
To the rear of the cottage is a delightful, enclosed garden that features an extensive sun terrace set in intricate cathedral York flagstones. Steps lead up from the sun terrace to a central lawn that is flanked by mature shrubs and flowering beds and enclosed by brick walls. A gate on the rear boundary provides access Chapel Cottage and a side access leads to a parking area.
CHAPEL COTTAGE In perfect contrast to The Cottage, Chapel Cottage is of a later architectural design and built in 1823 but is no less enchanting with soft, mellow red brick elevations that conceal a wonderfully quirky and unique space. Showcasing all that is great about chapel conversions, this delightful cottage perfectly embraces the 'theatre' of such a space with high, vaulted ceilings and extensive lateral space. Predominately set over the ground floor with a mezzanine level above, Chapel Cottage extends to over 1,000 sq. ft. and briefly comprises; Entrance hall, magnificent triple aspect lounge/diner with high, vaulted and beamed ceilings and french doors out onto a garden area. Off the main living area you will find a kitchen/breakfast room with a 'Shaker' style kitchen, a hallway leads to two ground floor double bedrooms that are served by a shower room. Off the entrance hall a turning staircase rises to the first floor mezzanine area, which is dedicated to the principal double bedroom and an en-suite bathroom.
Chapel Cottage has a small, independent garden area on the Northern boundary which incorporates a parking area and houses the oil tank. A gate leads through to the main cottage garden allows the two properties to come together.
LOCATION The Cottage and Chapel Cottage are set in the historic Norfolk village of Matlaske. This picturesque rural village has an entry in the Domesday Book of 1085 and served as a satellite base to RAF Coltishall during the Second World War. Today, Matlaske enjoys a quiet pace of life with Streets lined by Brick and Flint cottages, sweeping countryside views and a close-knit community. Situated approximately 6 miles from the Georgian town of Holt and 8 miles from the popular Norfolk Coast it is the perfect North Norfolk retreat to enjoy the Country and coastline.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and oil fired central heating. Drainage to be confirmed.
COUNCIL TAX The Cottage:- Band C.
Chapel Cottage:- Band to be confirmed.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING The Cottage
G. Ref:- 9390-2880-7100-2629-8041
F. Ref:- 1239-7620-9109-0840-0222
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/search-by-reference-number and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.
AGENT'S NOTE The two cottages currently share services.
DIRECTIONS From our office in Holt, proceed down Station Road and cross the A148 on to the Hempstead Road, towards Baconsthorpe; continue through Baconsthorpe and then Plumstead. Leave Plumstead on the Matlaske Road and after 3/4 mile at the junction turn left signposted Matlaske 1/4 mile. On entering the village, the cottages will be found on the left hand side.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 37235
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