A delightful bungalow in the Norfolk hamlet of Bylaugh set within the owners' grounds located on the edge of the Bylaugh Park Estate.
This spacious Bylaugh cottage offers an open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen with dining table and chairs, leading to a sitting area with French doors.
These doors lead onto a raised patio area with garden furniture where you can sit and relax while watching the local wildlife in the shared garden.
To the front of this Bylaugh cottage there is a private patio area with views across fields and woodland, perfect for reading a book or sipping a morning coffee while planning your day trip.
Within walking distance of this Bylaugh cottage is the River Wensum which is frequented by picnickers and swimmers in the summer months, with free fishing on stretches of the river less than 200 yards from the cottage.
Fishermen and walkers can enjoy beautiful fishing lakes, or you can take a leisurely country walk through Bawdeswell Heath with 37 acres of heathland or the nearby nature reserves of Hoe Rough and Foxley Wood which is an ancient woodland exceptionally rich in flora.
Just 3 miles from this Bylaugh cottage is the popular local market town of Dereham with a good selection of shops, supermarkets and restaurants as well as Tuesday and Friday markets, a sports centre and a cinema.
A lovely Bylaugh cottage that can be enjoyed any time of the year.
Note: This cottage is next to Ref. 3580 and together they accommodate 4 people.
All ground floor. One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shared outside utility room.
About the location
Dereham 3 miles.
Bylaugh is a tiny hamlet with a Saxon round towered church, nestling by the River Wensum, located between the villages of Swanton Morley and Bawdeswell. Both villages, each 1.5 miles away, have village stores and public houses with restaurants. Swanton Morley also has a butcher’s/delicatessen and village bakery. The large market town of Dereham offers an array of shops and supermarkets, a sports centre, cinema, church, museums, and the Mid Norfolk Heritage Railway. A traditional weekly market is held on Tuesday and Friday in the market square. The city of Norwich with its bars, restaurants, cathedral and castle, is 16 miles. There is plenty of walking, fishing and cycling in the area, which is within reasonable driving distance of Sandringham, the Norfolk Showground, Pensthorpe or even the glorious coastline.