Crossdale Street, Northrepps, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9LD | Property for sale | Savills
6,621 sq ft(615.11 sq m)
Guide price £1,750,000(€2,054,661)

Crossdale StreetNorthrepps, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9LD


    Key features

    • Stylish and expansive principal house
    • Two self-contained annexes
    • Charming landscaped gardens
    • Heated swimming pool
    • Excellent location for the north Norfolk coastline

    Exceptional lifestyle close to the coast, with principal house, two self-contained annexes, heated swimming pool, tennis court, outbuildings and 3 acres.

    About this property

    • Manor Farm is a house of style and charm, with the endearing mix of landscaped gardens of yew, wisteria, alliums and buxus topiary, with the backdrop of a most attractive 17th century brick and flint farmhouse, hosting comfortable and high end interiors. The assets of the two self-contained annexes add a further dimension to the property, alongside a field of solar panels, heated swimming pool, grass tennis court and paddock. It is an exceptional lifestyle package on a manageable scale.

      The Grade II listed principal house, has been the subject of a thorough programme of sympathetic and thorough renovation. The house now presents as a fully functioning family home of almost 5000 square feet over three floors. The focal point of the house is the bespoke kitchen, with substantial central island and Aga, open plan through to a sitting area with fireplace and French doors out to a south-west facing terrace. A set of bi-fold doors open from the kitchen to a sheltered south facing courtyard, perfect for outside dining and entertaining. A dining room adjoins the kitchen, with a further two spacious reception rooms, both with fireplaces and linked by the welcoming staircase and entrance hall with distinctive tiling. A useful utility, garden room/study and two WC's complete the ground floor.

      There are six bedrooms on the first floor, with the principal bedroom with en suite bath/shower room, a further en suite bedroom and two family bathrooms. The layout of the first floor is pleasingly conventional with all rooms linked via a central landing. An impressive attic room with vaulted ceiling is used as dressing room.

      Annexes
      Situated at opposite ends of the house are the two self-contained annexes. To the south is a single storey annexe, well appointed, with an open plan kitchen/dining/sitting area, a bath/shower room and a bedroom. To the north of the house is a further single level annexe, formed from part of the original house so more traditional in layout, with a large sitting room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. This additional accommodation to the main house offers scope for a variety of uses, whether it be multi-generational living or as an Air bnb generating an income particularly given the popularity of the area.

      Outside
      Much like the house, the gardens have been equally well rejuvenated, with a programme of landscaping that has matured to frame the house perfectly and create an impressive approach.

      An initial arch between neighbouring cottages leads into the shingled parking and turning area, with outbuilding providing a two bay car port and workshop. Wrought iron park fencing separate the parking area from the formal gardens, with path leading to the main entrance to the house. The front garden is a triumph with formal lawn, framed by steel edged herbaceous beds of box topiary, grasses, alliums, sage and lavender, with a high hedges of yew and beech on the outer boundary. The majority of the land is to the west of the house, with large expanses of lawn sweeping away from a paved terrace for outside entertaining and dining, to a heated swimming pool with electric cover and beyond to a further area currently used as a football pitch and grass tennis court. Beyond this is a field of Solar PV panels, and a cricket net complete with artificial wicket to appease all standards of players.

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    One of my weaknesses is brick and flint, yew hedging, buxus topiary, alliums and stylish interiors. This house has it all and is a pleasure to be selling.

    Ben RivettProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is situated just inland from Cromer on the lovely North Norfolk coast, 22 miles North of Norwich. There are excellent amenities, Gunton station (approximately 6 minutes by car) with regular trains to Norwich (approximately 35 minutes) and onto London (a further 1 hour and 50 minutes approximately). There is also an expanding airport which has an increasing number of flights to European destinations with most international destinations available via Schiphol. It is approximately five minutes by car from the coastal town of Cromer with its wide range of shops, restaurants, cinema and pier theatre together with the beach; and also approximately eight minutes by car from a Waitrose at North Walsham; there is a village school in Northrepps and an Academy in Cromer; and the Gunton Arms, a renowned destination pub/restaurant set in a deer park is approximately five minutes away by car. The house is perfectly situated to reach the whole of the North and North East Norfolk coast and beaches for sailing, painting and bird watching. There are lots of footpaths, bridle ways and quiet lanes for riding, cycling and walking.
    • The Georgian town of Holt is about 11 miles and is famous as the home of Gresham's Public School as well as for its excellent independent shop, Michelin star restaurant, bakeries and delicatessens, public houses, antique shops and art galleries. The town of Aylsham is about 9 miles and also has a lovely market square, with the national trust owned Blickling Estate to the north-west of the town. There are also excellent shopping facilities.

    Additional information

    • Services
    • Mains water, electricity and private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Solar PV.
    • Fixtures & Fittings
    • All fixtures and fittings including fitted carpets and curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
    • Viewings
    • Strictly by appointment with Savills. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G