Delightful and substantial Edwardian home and boutique B&B with sea views.
5 St Nicholas Close, also known as Burlington Berties, is a wonderful Edwardian residence enjoying a peaceful position within the popular coastal town of Sheringham, with a short walk to the promenade and beach. The property is currently utilised as a thriving boutique bed & breakfast, expertly established and run by the current owners, but could be used as a private home if required, complete with self contained apartment. The property is well presented throughout, with unique design features and well fitted bathrooms.
As is expected of a house of this period, the house enjoys light and airy accommodation with fine rooms over three floors totalling circa 6400 square feet of living space. The house is currently separated into distinct areas of private living space including a one bedroom annexe and guest accommodation. An impressive and welcoming entrance and staircase hall seamlessly link the two areas, with the main rooms feeding off this central space. We draw your attention to the detailed floor plan for an explanation of how the accommodation is arranged.
Rooms of particular note are the elegant dining room with original parquet floor, the private sitting room with French doors out to the courtyard garden, and a principal reception room with fireplace and large bay window. Other useful rooms on the ground floor include the three kitchens, scullery, and art room, together with the three bedrooms and two bathroom in the private living area.
The main bedrooms are on the first and second floors, with eight en-suite bedrooms and a guest suite of two bedrooms and a bathroom. The principal bedroom also enjoys a dressing/sitting area, and has the second guest room, with useful linen cupboards and a 2nd floor utility. The bedrooms are considerable double rooms, with sea views from some and all bedrooms are accessed from a central landing.
The house is approached through a pair of panelled wooden gates, set within an attractive brick and flint wall, and onto a gravelled parking and turning area with space for many cars. There main lawn is to the front of the house and is bordered by well stocked herbaceous borders, shrubs and complete with a delightful summer house.
A courtyard garden is to the west and south of the house, with storage areas.
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This is an excellent opportunity to continue an established business or to utilise as a wonderful home is a quiet part of the town.Ben Rivett