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Cross Street, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27

££495,000

5 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale

Boasting an idyllic location - just a short stroll from the famous Cromer beach and its thriving high street filled with creative independent retailers - this characterful home boasts almost 2,000 sq. ft. of immaculately presented and highly versatile accommodation.

Having undergone an intensive schedule of renovation under the current ownership, the period features in this splendid home are on full show with decadent coving and ornate fireplaces.

The ground floor offers classic proportions with elegant high ceilings, yet cleverly adapted to provide a more modern and sociable open-plan living space.

The generous sitting area boasts a wealth of period features and reams of natural light from impressive large windows to the front whilst the dining area enjoys direct access to the private and spacious courtyard garden.

With such numerous bedrooms, ample opportunity is presented to use and as wonderfully versatile further receptions.

The first floor is home to the excellent principal bedroom with high ceilings and a box window whilst a further double bedroom and well-appointed family bathroom are also found on this floor.

The second floor houses two further generous doubles and the top floor features a characterful top room enjoying sweeping views of the town, coast and famous church. This is maybe the perfect spot for an impressive top floor bedroom - or even a study/hobby room.

Outside, the generous courtyard garden is a rare asset so close to the centre of town.

The outside space then leads to a highly versatile outbuilding - the uses for which are only limited by one's imagination...

CROMER With an elegant pier, Pavilion Theatre and grand Victorian villas, many with panoramic views over the pebble and sand beach, it's easy to see why Cromer has perennial appeal to staycationers and permanent residents alike. Banksy recently visited the town on a headline-making 'spraycation' which focused the media's attention on the east side of the Norfolk coast, and in recent years there has been a regular flow of relocaters from the capital and home counties looking for a life by the sea.

This, in turn, has triggered an 'on the up' momentum for the area and seen fabulous start-up businesses breathe new life into the streets surrounding the town centre. Spend a morning exploring the pretty boutiques and follow the lanes towards the seafront to pick up a Cromer crab - widely regarded as one of the best found in English waters, the eight-legged crustacean still provides a major source of income for the town's fishermen and simply served with bread makes an unbeatable lunch or supper!

Or push the boat out with fish and chips from No 1 Cromer, Galton Blackiston's award winning Cromer eatery perched on the clifftop. Treat yourself to a relaxing lunch at the Upstairs Restaurant where stunning sea views meet tasty seafood, or join the queue downstairs and enjoy your takeaway sitting on the wall as the seagulls soar above you for a fully immersive 'beside the seaside' experience. Follow the slope down from the clifftop to the beach and walk the shoreline or practise your hand at an afternoon skimming stones out to the horizon line.

With a good selection of schools including independent Beeston Hall School at nearby West Runton, it's easy to see the appeal of this gorgeously gentrified town for young families as a place to put down roots. Come discover if it's the place for you too…


SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas central heating.

COUNCIL TAX Band B.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING E. Ref:- 8214-7029-1720-2846-7902
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 40316.

Tenure: Freehold

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Holt
1 Market Place
Holt
Norfolk
NR25 6BE

01263 710777
holt@sowerbys.com

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