3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
The epitome of coastal life is perfectly captured from this delightful home with epic sea views, the sound of the waves and the beach literally at the end of the garden.
'17 Vincent Road' in Sheringham is a handsome detached, mid-century residence commanding a prime coastal position with 'frontline' sea views from its impressive 1/3 acre (stms) plot. This unique position offers the rarest of opportunities to purchase a detached, individual home with frontline views of the coast with glorious gardens perched above the East Promenade at Sheringham.
With balanced accommodation set across two floors, the property would now benefit from modernisation and offers endless potential for further enhancement. Wonderful, uninterrupted sea views can be enjoyed from both floors including the reception rooms and all the three double bedrooms. The ground floor consists of an attractive entrance hall, 15' kitchen, spacious lounge, formal dining room and a conservatory looking out of the gardens and to the sea beyond.
The first floor consists of three bedrooms, two of which are doubles and each with elevated sea view, as well as a family sized bathroom.
The rear garden extends to over 1/3 acre (STMS) and measures over 200ft in length from the house and all the way to the East Promenade and beach. Mainly laid to lawn, the gardens are a blank canvas and offer a wonderful opportunity for personalisation. To the front of the property is a private garden with potential to create off street parking subject to relevant planning consents.
Vincent Road is a quiet residential turning that runs parallel with the East promenade and the perfect location to embrace the coastal life that Sheringham offers. Just a 100 metre stroll and you will be on the beach and there is easy access into the town centre which is just 300 metres away.
The property benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout and gas central heating.
SHERINGHAM Sheringham's motto, 'The sea enriches and the pine adorns', sets the scene for all that this traditional seaside town encompasses. Historians believe a Viking warlord settled his tribe in the area c.900, and the area later became a farming and fishing community.
The arrival of the railway in the early 19th century saw the town's population surge and the landscape evolve with a delightfully eclectic range of architectural styles. Today, the station sits on the mainline rail link to Norwich and onwards to London or Cambridge - whichever track you follow, it's an unbeatable coastal commuter town to come home to.
At the heart of Sheringham is a thriving high street with a parade of independent shops peppered with plenty of tourist stops offering sugary treats and colourful postcards. Park at the top of the hill, next to the heritage North Norfolk Railway which runs steam and diesel trains to Holt in the summer months, and wind your way down to the seafront where a stunning Blue Flag pebble and sandy beach awaits for an indulgent hour spent stone-skimming.
Learn more about the relationship between sea and land at the town's museum, fondly known as The Mo, where retired lifeboats reflect the past and a showcase of the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm presents the future of the coastline.
At the end of the high street stands the Sheringham Little Theatre, a real local treasure which attracts an illustrious cast of actors from the nationals and is renowned for a vibrant summer rep season and glorious Christmas panto. The Hub, in the theatre's foyer, is a fantastic community caf頡nd place to catch up on neighbourhood news.
Locals love to celebrate the town's heritage, with a week of Viking themed events in February, a shared Crab and Lobster Festival with Cromer in May and an all-out carnival in August.
After the bustle of town, step away from the crowds and head along the Norfolk Coastal path to the top of Beeston Bump, just 15 minutes out of town, and immerse yourself in nature as you survey stunning views over the North Sea, Sheringham and West Runton. Or for an even bigger adventure, head to Sheringham Park and take the Repton Walk to the Gazebo for 360° views across the surrounding countryside - what a wonderful town to call home.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas central heating.
COUNCIL TAX Band D.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 7200-3018-0203-1462-8200
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 Overage Clause:
In the event that the Buyer or its successors in title obtains planning permission or carries out any [residential/commercial] development on the Property or any part thereof the Buyer or its successors in title shall prior to commencement of such development pay to the current Seller a pre-agreed percentage of the uplift in land value. Further details available on request.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 40059
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