Picturesque traditional brick and flint property in this popular coastal village.
St. Sava is a picturesque semi-detached property, traditionally constructed of brick and flint under a pantiled roof as one of a pair of cottages believed to date from the Edwardian era. The house has spacious and well-arranged accommodation over three floors with fine south westerly views over the garden to countryside beyond forming part of the North Norfolk Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
The property has been in the ownership of the same family since the 1980s and was re-wired about three years ago. The current occupant has lived here since 2007. The property is situated off a private un-adopted road just inland from the coast.
The house can be approached by a private un-adopted road either from the north or the south. To the rear and south of the house a pair of white painted gates and a brick and flint wall lead onto a gravelled parking area where there is also an up-and-over doorway access to the garage. There is a pedestrian access down the side of the house which leads to a very pretty garden largely laid to lawn with well stocked mixed shrub and herbaceous beds and a variety of ornamental shrubs and trees. The garden is bounded on both sides by flint walling and a pathway leads to a pedestrian gate onto the private lane at the bottom. The garden in all extends to about 0.1 of an acre.
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There are lovely southerly views from this house over its garden to countryside and beyond and would suit a keen golfer!Louis de Soissons