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Morston Road, Blakeney, Holt, Norfolk, NR25

££5,750,000

8 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Bliss Blakeney comprises three harmonious, connected and complimentary buildings set in landscaped gardens with additional open land and barn directly adjoining the coastal path.

The entire property enjoys breath-taking views across marshes, Blakeney harbour and pit, coastline and the sea beyond.

Easy spacious lateral living over two floors is the hallmark of the house. Generous ceiling heights, sliding walls of glass, multiple windows and doors provide a beautiful indoor/outdoor living experience.

Exceptionally functional accommodation and well thought out amenities and storage makes for effortless living.

The 5,000 Sq. Ft. (stms) enclosed courtyard is the beating heart of Bliss Blakeney. An incredible 'indoor' outdoor entertaining, wellness and relaxing space provides the ultimate meeting place for any resident. There are many elements to the courtyard.

The raised wooden deck provides a large seating and dining area served by an outdoor kitchen with gas barbecue, fridge, sink, stainless steel worktops and storage.

Outdoor dining and relaxing are further enhanced by direct sea views courtesy of the large sliding glass walls in the House.

The 13m pool, with electric cover, is fitted with an Endless Pools Fast Lane swim machine; days are kickstarted by turning on the courtyard Sonos music system, a vigorous swim and then enjoying an outdoor shower under the arbour.

The courtyard is accessed and partitioned from the main drive by a set of contemporary metal gates but is also accessed by:

The Surf Shack

Designed as an 'in and out' for wet and muddy people, kids and animals the surf shack, arranged as storage, wetsuit/ kit hanging and shower, is a vital part of Bliss Blakeney life and is accessed directly from the Main drive.

Any kite session, muddy walk and slide or dog walk is easily dealt with by a surf shack 'walk thru wash' allowing all kit to be washed and stored and the recipient to emerge cleaned and refreshed direct into the courtyard through the Surf Shack exit door.


The Leisure and Wellness Zone

Accessed directly from the courtyard, the house and the cabin this area makes daily life all that more rewarding at Bliss Blakeney; start with a daily visit to the wood panelled gym with Technogym Kinesis and Running machine followed by a session in the Red Mosiac tiled steam room.

Sunday afternoons and evenings are great times to snuggle up in the cinema and watch the latest film or box set.

Keep neat and trimmed in the salon or enjoy a massage. Not to mention the 'Nelson Suite' great for guests as its separated from the first-floor primary house suites and enjoys direct access to the garden.

Bliss Blakeney is approached via electric gates which lead onto a long-gravelled drive running the entire length of the site providing direct access to all three buildings as well as easy access to the large bin and log store, plant room and 10 Ton wood pellet store.

The drive and buildings are integrated into beautifully landscaped mature gardens of 1.75 acres (stms) which are also zoned to provide dedicated and private gardens to the individual houses together with zoned open and covered parking areas for 10-15 cars.

In addition, the house has a sloping driveway leading to a large under croft double storage area (the Sea Store) perfect for boats, kayaks etc.

At Bliss Blakeney you will discover:

The Cabin:

Self-contained and interconnected to the house via a single door the cabin is single storey lateral living at is best. All the accommodation opens onto a private and self-contained garden with external entertainment area with lounge, barbecue and fire pit with direct sea views; perfect for toasting lazy summer evenings with friends and family.

The private aspect to the cabin makes it the perfect space for hosting family and friends (close but not too close) and is also a successful holiday let business with a dedicated following of repeat customers.

The weekly rate for the cabin is £3,500 and annual revenues are in the order of £80k pa.

The Hub:

The ultimate live/workspace, the Hub sits in its own self-contained gardens at the rear of the site. The contemporary vaulted accommodation opens completely onto a raised wooden deck in the shelter of a mature Willow tree and at the edge of a large natural pond whilst enjoying coast and sea views beyond. Summer days and evenings are made complete by the dedicated sun lounger and firepit spots.

Internally birch ply walls and ceiling compliment natural concrete floors and the whole space is open and airy with electric Velux windows and large bi fold doors. Fully fitted with kitchen/office, open living area and its own shower room the air-conditioned space provides an incredible relaxing and working environment.

The Land:

Approx 14 acres (stms) with complete open access to the Coastal path and Marshes the land also houses an unmodernised barn of approx. 1,000 Sq. Ft.

Uniquely two acres of the land extends beyond the coastal path into the marshes and here you'll find a private wooden pontoon onto Agar Creek which is perfect for launching kayaks to explore creeks, pick samphire and wild swim.


BLAKENEY It would be hard to find a spot which reflects the beauty of the Norfolk coast better than Blakeney. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its picture-perfect location is made for Instagram-worthy shots of moored boats on mud flats, under big blue skies.

When the tide's touching the shoreline, untie your laces and dip your toes in, take the plunge or push off with a slow drift along coastal inlets on a paddleboard or boat to lose yourself in nature's finest backdrop. Forage some samphire for a taste of the coast, try your hand at catching a crab on the quay, or join the tourists and take a boat trip with Bean's to spot the seals bobbing along on the water.

Despite the relaxed scene, Blakeney was once a bustling medieval port and the village's Guildhall and Church of St Nicholas are evidence of its rich, trading past which continued until the mid-19th century. As ships grew and the harbour silted up, trade fell away and today only small boats can pass Blakeney Point and head out to sea. Today, the nature reserve surrounding Blakeney Point is owned by the National Trust and thousands of nesting and migratory birds provide a twitcher's paradise where the tweets are tech-free.

Peace and, if you seek it, solitude are easily found in Blakeney, but if you are looking for company there are plenty of places to meet and make friends. Local boys Grey Seal Coffee roast their beans at nearby Glandford and its caf頩s a great stop for a caffeine hit - nab a bag or two and even some spent grounds for your garden. The White Horse and, for a fancy supper, The Blakeney Hotel are iconic spots to eat, and Wiveton Hall Fruit Farm Caf頭 famed by owner Desmond MacCarthy's Normal for Norfolk BBC series - is a great summer destination.

Teeming with character, there are plenty of pretty brick and flint fishermen's cottages in hollyhock-lined lanes, known locally as lokes, leading off the high street, along with incredible coastal family houses and stunning new developments. Blakeney truly is a place to discover your next Norfolk home.

SERVICES CONNECTED Fast broadband to all houses
Underfloor heating throughout ground floors
Electric underfloor Heat mats to bathrooms
Nest Thermostats and Smoke/Fire
Control 4 Entertainment system to cinema with surround sound and multiple inputs
Apple TV
Sky TV & Glass
Heat Recovery system Windhager Wood Pellet Boiler Air Conditioning
Burglar Alarm
Bayrol Pool Management System Sonos system throughout Garden irrigation system

COUNCIL TAX Band G.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING Bliss Blakeney - C. Ref:- 8865-7030-1929-4456-4906
The Cabin - C. Ref:- 8195-9801-7439-7977-0073
The Hub. EPC to be confirmed.
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.

TENURE Freehold.

PROPERTY REFERENCE 39790.

Tenure: Freehold

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Holt
1 Market Place
Holt
Norfolk
NR25 6BE

01263 710777
holt@sowerbys.com

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