3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale
Peaceful village life personified with rolling countryside all around, National Trust Parkland just a short stroll away and the heritage coastline just beyond.
'Hawthorns' is a charming, detached residence boasting well-proportioned and immaculately presented accommodation set over one single level.
Built to an individual design by local builders in 1993, the property has stayed in the same ownership throughout. The length of ownership is testament to the quality of this fine home and the lifestyle that it has provided over three decades. The owners have meticulously maintained and improved the property throughout their thirty years of enjoying it.
Attractive red brick and rendered elevations sit under a traditional pantile roof and create an individual style to the property and creates immense curb appeal.
With balanced and well-proportioned rooms, the accommodation extends to around 1,300 sq. ft. and is set over a single level. A sheltered entrance opens into a central hall and leads to a spacious, triple aspect sitting room. This impressive, formal reception features a fireplace with wood burner and french doors directly onto the terrace and garden.
A triple aspect kitchen/diner with a wonderful vaulted and beamed ceiling has recently been upgraded with handmade in-frame 'Shaker' cabinetry built and fitted by local craftsmen.
Off the central hall there are three double bedrooms with the principal bedroom featuring an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three provide versatile rooms, which could be utilised as hobby rooms or studies as required. They are served by a well-appointed, family sized bathroom.
On the north elevation of the property is an integral garage with barn style doors and a small workshop to the rear.
'Hawthorns' is delightfully nestled in established, landscaped gardens to both front and rear. To the front a private driveway provides ample off road parking and is flanked by neatly shaped lawns and colourful borders.
A gated side passage opens into a courtyard area that features bin storage, a log store and access to a garden shed. The rear garden is fully enclosed and enjoys a high degree of privacy. Mainly laid to lawn, the garden provides a wonderful backdrop to the property and features a southerly sun terrace and well-stocked flowering borders.
The property commands an idyllic village setting with rolling countryside right on the doorstep. Despite such a picturesque setting, the vibrant towns of Sheringham and Cromer provide a wide variety of amenities for everyday life plus easy access to the glorious north Norfolk coastline.
Just a short stroll away you will find the stunning open space of Sheringham Park. This special parkland area is managed by the National Trust and features around 600 acres of formal gardens, ancient woodland and rolling meadows that gently flow towards the coast.
WEST BECKHAM A pretty rural village, set within beautiful Norfolk countryside. Built in 1891 from the ruins of East Beckham Church and West Beckham Church, St Helen and All Saints Church is located centrally within the village of West Beckham. Just down the road from the church you'll find Wheatsheaf, a traditional pub, restaurant, and bed and breakfast, the perfect place to conclude a Sunday morning walk through the countryside.
Just a few miles away are the sandy beaches of Sheringham and Cromer and the picturesque Georgian market town of Holt.
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.
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.
SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX Band E.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING D. Ref:- 0465-3920-4200-0442-9200
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.
PROPERTY REFERENCE 40648.
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