A spacious semi-detached cottage located in the rural village of Buxton.
Holding a contemporary and elegant feel, with plenty of space, this accommodation is perfect for families or a group of friends.
Enter into the lovely hallway, and you will come to a neat cloakroom, before reaching the luxury sitting room with leather sofa's, and tied together by views of the village.
This sweeps over to a double bedroom with large windows and a bench where you can sit and admire the outside happenings.
Moving round, a well equipped kitchen is perfect for preparing home cooked meals, and neighbored by a cosy dining area to gather with family in complete comfort.
For an added touch, double doors open out to the lovely patio area hosting a table and chairs.
Take the stairs, and you will arrive at a second double bedroom with a glimpse of sophistication, ideal for relaxing before enjoying a peaceful nights sleep.
Next to this, an elegant bathroom is elevated by a classic shower, and laced with a pure white finish.
Another double bedroom matches the previous and completes the quality formation with a delightful village backdrop.
Outside, you can unwind on the patio, or wander out to the garden area.
The quiet village of Buxton offers beautiful surroundings and further inland you come to the city of Norwich, offering a wealth of places to visit, along with excellent shopping, fine restaurants, cafés, and good night life.
This is a wonderful property in a vibrant location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 2 x first floor double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room.
About the location
Wroxham 6 miles.
The Norfolk village of Buxton was the home of Anna Sewell, author of Black Beauty. This lovely quiet rural village adjoins the village of Lammas, separated only by the River Bure at Buxton Mill. Buxton village sits within the attractive Broadlands area of Norfolk, just 6 miles from Wroxham the heart of the Norfolk Broads, where you can hire a river cruiser or board one of the larger passenger cruisers and explore the river. Heading further inland you come to the beautiful cathedral city of Norwich, offering a wealth of interesting places to visit, along with excellent shopping, fine restaurants, cafés, and good nightlife. The local market towns of Aylsham and North Walsham are just a short drive away with weekly markets and auctions. Norfolk has many steam railways with the local Bure Valley Railway operating from Wroxham to Aylsham, stopping in the village of Buxton. Norfolk has miles of sandy beaches within easy driving distance from Buxton village, offering quiet relaxing beaches or the popular seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham.