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The Views, Cromer

As part of an exclusive collection of apartments, fastidiously renovated in celebration of a characterful building showcasing prototypical Cromer architecture, this fine ground floor home delivers wonderfully versatile yet luxurious accommodation and provides a peaceful and classy haven whilst remaining just a short stroll from the vibrant town centre and popular beach.

First impressions matter when returning home after a busy day, an elegant reception hall serviced by cutting edge video intercom ensures a luxurious welcome and an uplifting reminder of the architectural heritage in which these apartments reside.

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Cromer is a picturesque coastal town with a great selection of shops and restaurants, including the critically acclaimed No1, run by Michelin-starred chef Galton Blackiston. Dominating the views is the medieval church, which has the highest tower in Norfolk and the spectacular Victorian pier, at the end of which is a restaurant and a 500 seat pavilion theatre. The theatre hosts a wide variety of shows, from March to the end of December and is also home to a modern Lifeboat, which is launched from the end of the pier slipway.

Cromer is renowned for its award winning sandy beaches and its famous Cromer Crabs. Other attractions include a cinema, Amazonia Zoo and the Cromer Museum and Lifeboat Museum. The town has its own railway station with a good service to Norwich and other prime amenities including a hospital, doctors surgery, dental surgery, library and the Royal Cromer Golf Club (18 hole).



Cromer beach