This wonderful, full of character, end of terrace cottage is located in the heart of Downham Market, giving you everything you need on your doorstep with easy access to the shops and pubs.
The property is set over three floors and offers excellent, comfortable accommodation for a family or group of friends throughout the year, with the added advantage of town centre parking and a secure outhouse for cycles.
From the back door you step in to a utility room which leads you to the well-equipped kitchen and up some steps to the cosy sitting room, with a gas fire and dining table to the front of the property.
There is a door leading directly to the street from the sitting room, ideal for visiting the nearby shops, pubs and restaurants.
Upstairs, on the first floor there is a family bathroom with a beautiful roll-top bath and separate shower as well as a master bedroom to the front of the house.
The second floor has two further bedrooms, both of good size and one with a second level, offering outstanding views over the rooftops of Downham Market.
The property makes a perfect base for exploring west and north Norfolk and with wonderful coastlines, villages and forests to explore you will not be short of things to do.
Just a short drive away you can visit a number of National Trust sites such as Oxburgh Hall or why not visit the royal residence at Sandringham or enjoy the excellent outdoor activities on offer at Thetford Forest.
The cottage offers fantastic amenities on your doorstep, as well as acting as a perfect base for friends and families looking to explore this part of Norfolk.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x second floor double, one with small mezzanine sitting area. Bathroom with roll-top bath, shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Sitting room with dining area and gas fire.
About the location
King’s Lynn 11.5 miles.
The rural Saxon market town of Downham Market is one of the oldest in Norfolk, and is known locally as the gateway to the Fens, renowned for its network of waterways. Downham Market boasts an attractive black and white clock tower in its main square, and hosts a weekly outdoor market on Fridays and Saturdays selling mostly local produce, along with an additional fortnightly Saturday collectables and craft market. On the fringe of the town is the mainline railway station with links to Ely, Cambridge, King's Cross London and King's Lynn. Discover the great outdoors along the Fen Rivers Way footpaths enjoying distinctive Fens landscape rich in history and wildlife, leading to the River Great Ouse with dramatic open sky and the flood banks that protect the low lying Fens. Just a short drive away is Welney's Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust nature reserve, popular with birdwatchers, where you can view nature in action throughout the seasons, including dragonflies, wildflowers and a wealth of water birds. Other interesting places to visit include Ely Cathedral, the historic maritime town of King's Lynn, Wisbech, the Queen's Sandringham Estate, along with the west Norfolk coastal villages, towns and RSPB sites.
Note: Children aged 5 and over only.