A superbly located semi-detached, stone cottage which has been sympathetically extended to provide outstanding accommodation down a quiet lane on the edge of Roydon Common Nature Reserve and a few minutes' stroll from the nearest pub.
This wonderful cottage has been lovingly restored and maintained to provide modern conveniences whilst still retaining much of it’s original character.
As you enter via the back door you are welcomed by the beautiful, enclosed back garden with seating areas and lawn for both pets and children to enjoy playing.
Step in through the sun room which offers a perfect spot to sit and relax with a book or morning coffee while planning your day.
Alongside the sun room is access to both the dining room and kitchen.
The galley kitchen provides everything you should need for your stay.
Beyond the kitchen is a downstairs bathroom, ideal to clean up after a day out walking or cycling.
The dining room has a beautiful feature stove which really sets off the feel for the rest of the property.
It is an ideal room for guests to enjoy an evening meal together while discussing the days adventures.
The sitting room is located at the front of the house and is a lovely, quiet, light room.
Ideal for a quiet escape in the summer and in the winter you can light up the woodburner and enjoy relaxing with a good movie whatever the weather.
It is an ideal space for reading a book in the quiet.
Upstairs offers a master bedroom overlooking the nature reserve, a good size twin room which gives access to an upstairs shower room and a cosy double room beyond.
The third bedroom has been beautifully thought out to maximise on space offering a cabin style double bed with views over the back garden.
The cottage offers an excellent base to walk from your door and a perfect base for exploring the wonderful Norfolk coastline with the nearest beach only 20 minutes from the cottage.
For those with an interest in history the nearby historic village of Castle Rising gives you a chance to see one of the largest and best preserved keeps in England, built in around 1138.
This property really does have something for everyone and is a perfect base for exploring.
Ideal for friends and families alike.