1 Bedroom End of Terrace House For Sale
Escape to the country personified with 'chocolate box cottage' characteristics and an idyllic village setting.
Tudor Cottage is a charming, Grade II listed cottage set in a delightful and idyllic semi-rural location in the heart of a conservation area in the pretty and traditional village of Plumstead.
Dating back to the 17th century, this historic building stood once as a handsome, detached farmhouse and was later converted into two semi-detached cottages.
Residing in the heart of the conservation area of this fine village, the cottage is surrounded by individual homes and enjoys glorious open countryside all around. Set back from the road, behind a long frontage, the cottage enjoys a private and discreet environment. Ornate elevations showcase both English bond and Flemish bond brick work and also areas of flint detail - whilst a handsome crow step gable flanks a traditional pantile roof.
Stepping inside the cottage the wealth of character and individuality continues with latched doors, exposed beams and an ornate fireplace.
A cosy, dual-aspect sitting room exudes character with a charming fireplace housing a wood burner.
The home's delightful kitchen/dining area enjoys direct access onto the garden and features free-standing units, a wood burning stove, exposed beams to a semi-vaulted ceiling and ample space for a four-seater table for dining. A bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor is dedicated entirely to a charming double bedroom which enjoys dual aspect views over both garden areas. This generous, yet cosy, room benefits from an en-suite WC.
The cottage is set back from the road behind an 80ft frontage which provides off-street parking, established borders and access to a versatile outbuilding/store.
The rear garden extends to around 70ft in depth and provides a delightfully private space to enjoy. Shaped lawns are flanked by colourful shrubbery, flowering borders and a raised terrace on the rear boundary provides the ideal spot for entertaining.
Tudor Cottage commands an enviable position in the pretty village of Plumstead. This semi-rural location is surrounded by glorious open countryside yet enjoys easy access to the Georgian market town of Holt and the glorious north Norfolk coastline.
PLUMSTEAD Located in the pretty village of Plumstead, Fieldview enjoys a distinct rural environment with countryside walks on the door- step and a thriving village community. Despite the rural surroundings there is easy access to town facilities with the Georgian market town of Holt just five miles away. The village itself offers both pre-school and primary schools along with a variety of amenities that also includes a local shop.
A strong sense of community thrives among the proud residents and local businesses of Holt, and many of the latter champion the local 'Love Holt' initiative which waves the flag for the independent shops that add vibrancy to the Georgian town centre. Throughout the year, there are plenty of local events including a summer Holt Festival and 1940s Weekend, which takes over the town and 'Poppy Line' heritage railway that runs between here and Sheringham.
With a traditional butcher, fishmonger and greengrocer, the town even has its own department store and food hall, Bakers and Larners, a local landmark which has been run by the same family since 1770.
The town and its surrounding yards house a collection of chic boutiques and luxe lifestyle stores to explore and fill your home and wardrobe with beautiful things - linger and choose your favourite locally made fragrance at Norfolk Natural Living.
Life moves at a leisurely pace in Holt, and there are plenty of places to idle over a coffee or bite to eat. Believed to be the oldest house in town, Byfords deli and caf頩s a central landmark and fabulous place to stop and watch the world go by. There's no need to hurry home - relax and enjoy country life! On the edge of town is the eponymous Gresham's school.
While there is an abundance of Georgian property, particularly in the streets surrounding the town centre, venture a little further and you will find leafy roads with stylish, detached 1930s family homes, plus well-designed contemporary houses that blend seamlessly with their country setting. And, should you need to spread your wings a little wider, head to the heathland of Holt Country Park or Spout Hills and reconnect with nature.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Heating via oil.
COUNCIL TAX Band B.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING An Energy Performance Certificate is not required for this property due to it being Grade II listed.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 40345.
No EPC available for this property
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