A Traditional new build in popular coastal village with off street parking and private terraced garden
Stiffkey is a pretty Norfolk coastal village between Wells-next-the-Sea and Blakeney. The village is famous for its 'Stewkey Blues', a local blue cockle and has a popular pub, The Red Lion, a short walk from the house and serving real ale and good food, the village also has a general store and newsagents. The village is very well placed for the famous North Norfolk Coast. The Stiffkey marshes give access to Blakeney Point and the village and coastline are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is excellent sailing at various points along the coast, a plethora of restaurants and pubs in the area, seal trips at both Morston and Blakeney and a network of coastal walks through the marshes and beaches with renowned bird watching.
Holt (approximately 7 miles) is famous for its boutique shopping, Byfords delicatessen, good restaurants and pubs, art galleries, crafts shops and antique show rooms. The town has further specialist and everyday shopping, private and state education, and banking and health facilities within the town.
Meadow View is a superb traditionally constructed new build property, of brick and flint under a pantile roof and enjoying an elevated position with fine views over the Stiffkey Valley. One of a pair of individual houses, the property enjoys off street parking, a garage and enclosed courtyard garden making for a manageable home.
Enjoying a south and southwest facing position, the accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises three bedrooms, including a master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, with the remaining two bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms. The impressive living space comprising an open plan kitchen/dining/living area complete with wood burner and is situated on the first floor providing fine views of the surrounding countryside.
The house is finished to a high standard, with timber double-glazed sash windows and underfloor heating via an Air Source heat pump.
Meadow View is approached from the south onto a shared drive leading to a private parking area adjoining the house and integral garage. The double garage provides further parking and storage.
The outside space is entirely enclosed, accessed from the house or by pedestrian gates. To the rear of the house is the paved terrace, with flower bed and bordered by a high brick and flint wall, with open to the southwest and providing lovely views of the river valley. There are a further two paved outside areas.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage and Air source heat pump.
North Norfolk District Council: Band F.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including fitted carpets and curtains are included within the sale.
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Agricultural Hall Plain
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