Norwich 3 miles.
This charming mid-terrace period property is perfectly situated in the heart of Norfolk, just a few miles south of the historic city of Norwich.
This three-bedroom cottage is warm and welcoming throughout and offers the perfect base for families and friends who wish to explore all that Norfolk has to offer.
Within the cottage are many character features such as exposed beams, traditional doors and winding cottage stairs, which lead to the three comfortable bedrooms.
The master bedroom looks out over the front of the house and the two single bedrooms look towards the back of the property.
The cottage also offers a spacious yet cosy living room with open fire, which leads to the well-equipped kitchen with dining area.
There is a beautifully kept front garden with summerhouse, perfect for relaxing in after a day out exploring.
Step out of the door and there are miles of walks around Caistor Roman Camp, or if you've brought your bike, why not take to the country roads and enjoy the winding lanes through various picturesque villages?
The cottage is conveniently located next door to Dunston Hall, which offers excellent golf and leisure facilities.
Just under a mile away brings you into the village of Stoke Holy Cross with its award-winning restaurant, a must for any holidaymaker, and within 15 minutes you can be in the vibrant city centre of Norwich with its stunning cathedral and large selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.
The property is minutes away from the main A140 road, which offers excellent access through to the heart of Norfolk all the way up to the north Norfolk Coast.
A perfect property for those who enjoy the outdoors and are keen to explore Norfolk.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Great Yarmouth 21 miles; Cromer 23 miles.
The medieval and cultural city of Norwich is the capital of East Anglia. Norwich boasts some of the finest buildings in Britain, with two cathedrals, a Norman castle and several large houses. Elm Hill is one of the oldest streets in Norwich, with beautiful cobblestones and Tudor houses, some now home to independent shops. Norwich also offers art galleries, museums, theatres and cinemas, as well as beautiful parks and gardens. Visit its stylish pubs, cafés and restaurants and enjoy its excellent shopping facilities. Tour the city by open-top bus, along cycle pathways, or walk one of its many trails and the river walk. For those wishing to relax, spend a leisurely day on board a boat enjoying the nearby, beautiful Norfolk Broads. The coastline is also within easy travelling distance, offering a fun day out.