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Hindringham Road, Walsingham, Norfolk, NR22

££550,000 Guide

2 Bedroom Cottage For Sale

Our property started its life as a Victorian iron foundry in 1809 making iron castings for the local farming industry. The foundry was then closed and re-opened in 1946 and continued to trade until 1995.

Within the last decade the building has been transformed into a courtyard of cottage-style holiday properties, please see agent's note, and now we find ourselves with the exceptional presentation before us.

The Bellows is laid out in a modern way but still pays homage to its foundry history, with small details around the house and in its garden design.

The garden is an area of expertise for our client who is award-winning, having both Chelsea and Hampton Court gold medals. There are lots of wonderfully weathered raised planters, paths and a beautifully creative gate. Amidst this landscaping, planting includes, hostas, ferns, grasses and hydrangeas.

The cottage is deceptively spacious. This home comprises of a generous sitting dining room, principal bedroom, with en-suite, a further double bedroom and a family bathroom. These rooms are designed to provide contemporary living but also impressively include much or the property's past - with vaulted ceilings, latched doors and the original bellows, which would have been used to blow air into fire.

Our vendors are keen for future owners to continue to enjoy north Norfolk as much as they have, complete with all the coastal walks, cycling opportunities, swimming, paddle boarding, sailing and visits to local nature reserves. As custodians they hope buyers will enjoy "hanging out in the area" as much as they have.

WALSINGHAM 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.

Nearby is wonderful Wells! With its sandy beach and pretty candy-striped huts, it's easy to understand why this sleepy coastal town is a Mecca for day trippers and holiday makers, but there are plenty of reasons to make Wells-next-the-Sea your permanent home and explore this sweet spot forever.

There are plenty of ways to explore the waterways that surround the area. For a nautical adventure, jump aboard one of the Coastal Exploration Company's traditional wooden sailing boats and adventure hidden creeks, marshes and open sea. Or test your balance with a stand-up paddle boarding session with Barefoot SUP.

The lanes behind the harbour and surrounding the town have plenty of tucked-away fishermen's cottages which are highly sought after, as are apartments with sea views in the converted buildings overlooking the harbour. Head out of the town centre to discover plenty of spacious, grand houses along with fantastic new-build developments which are ideal for young families and downsizers alike. With a bustling community, the town is well-serviced with a primary and secondary schools, plus a GP surgery and library.

AGENT'S NOTE 1. The property has a covenant stating it can only be used a holiday home 365 days a year.
2. A covenant exists, restricting the type and size of vehicles that can be parked at the property.
3. Maintenance of shared areas owned by The Old Foundry Management Co. Ltd. Shareholders are all property owners on-site. Annual maintenance charge of circa £300.
4. Hilltop Barn telephone/broadband is services from a spur to the main line into The Bellows and runs through a buried duct through the front garden

SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil central heating.

COUNCIL TAX Band to be confirmed.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING F. Ref:- 4700-4748-0122-4122-3623
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.

TENURE Freehold.


Tenure: Freehold





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The Old Rectory
21 Oak Street
NR21 9DX

01328 801534

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