This excellently maintained chalet is found on a quiet holiday park in the Norfolk seaside town of Heacham.
Chalet Josephine is a ground floor property, ideal for families of up to four or couples looking for accessible accommodation.
This compact 1960s chalet property has been finished to a high standard and features wood panelling.
The front door opens onto an open plan sitting room and kitchen, with a double sofa, television with built-in DVD, armchair, electric heater and coffee table.
The garden table and chairs can be brought indoors along with two additional fold-up chairs in order to seat four to dine indoors.
The galley-style kitchen has been modernised with laminate worktops, dishwasher, fridge, combi microwave and a fitted double electric hob.
To the rear of the property are a double bedroom and a twin room with bunk beds, which is ideal for children.
There is also a tiled shower room with accessible walk-in shower, WC and basin.
To the front of the property is a small terrace with a bistro table set for two and a garden bench.
All around is a communal lawned area that is meticulously landscaped.
Chalet Josephine is located just a short walk from the centre of Heacham, where a large number of shops, pubs, restaurants, amusements and amenities can be found.
The property is a five-minute walk to the beach and the coastline is also home to numerous sandy beaches that sit along 'The Wash'.
A short drive away is RSPB Titchwell Reserve, a popular destination for birdwatchers.
Three miles away is the bigger resort town of Hunstanton, home of the Sealife Centre.
This compact chalet is absolutely perfect for a small family, friends or a couple looking for accommodation in Norfolk within walking distance of a sandy beach and other amenities.
About the location
Hunstanton 2.5 miles; King's Lynn 15 miles.
Heacham is a large village located on the West Norfolk coastline, on The Wash, boasting a lovely family friendly sandy beach, ideal for jet skis, kitesurfing and windsurfing. The village has many cottages built from Carstone, which is a feature of this part of Norfolk, and also offers a good range of shops, restaurants and country pubs. Within walking distance is Caley Hall, home to Norfolk Lavender with its sweet smelling lavender fields, and Heacham Hall, owned by John Rolfe, who brought his young bride Pocahontas to England to live at the hall (in the local church of St Mary you will find a memorial to her). This part of Norfolk is renowned for its abundance of birdlife throughout the year, with several local RSPB sites, while within easy driving distance is Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and Gardens, as seen on BBC's Springwatch. Nearby Hunstanton offers traditional seaside entertainment including a sealife centre, while The Queen's Sandringham Estate is just a 15 minute drive.