Church Lane Edingthorpe, North Walsham £240,000

Sold STC
  • Quiet Lane
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Front
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Rear
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Village Pond
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Rear Garden
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Lounge
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Lounge Outlook
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Kitchen
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Bedroom 1
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Bedroom 2
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Bedroom 3
    Church Lane Edingthorpe
  • Family Bathroom
    Church Lane Edingthorpe

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  • THREE BEDROOMS
  • FRINGE OF THE NORFOLK BROADS
  • GENEROUS ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN
  • AMPLE OFF-ROAD PARKING & GARAGE
  • UNDER FIVE MILES TO NORTH WALSHAM
  • LESS THAN TWO MILES TO THE COASTLINE

This WELL-PRESENTED property, with outward FIELD VIEWS to the front, presents as an idyllic opportunity to ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY. A welcoming entrance hallway gives way to a separate lounge, three bedrooms, a family bathroom and a kitchen diner. Outside a driveway affords AMPLE OFF-ROAD PARKING for a number of vehicles as well as access to the GARAGE. A private gate to the side leads to a GENEROUS, ENCLOSED LAWN GARDEN with a separate seating area to the rear.

The property is further complemented by its RURAL SETTING; under ten minutes to the centre of the bustling market town of North Walsham, replete with MODERN AMENITIES. Additionally, the historical appeal of the North Norfolk COASTLINE during Edwardian times also gave rise to the expansion of the now BITTERN RAILWAY LINE, stretching from NORWICH, stopping at North Walsham and onward to the seaside town of CROMER and SHERINGHAM.
The small, near coastal village of Edingthorpe rests around TWO MILES INLAND of the picturesque North Norfolk coastline on the OUTSKIRTS OF THE MARKET TOWN of North Walsham.

Once the beating heart of a thriving woollen and weaving industry, North Walsham reflects its historic prosperity with some magnificent Flemish buildings. Indeed, the aspiration of its time can be measured in the rivalling height of its famous church tower; to this day it is still the second tallest in the county after the Norwich Cathedral. The historical Paston College, dating back to 1606, also played host to the schools most famous pupil - HORATIO NELSON.


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Name Location Type Distance
Church Lane Edingthorpe
North Walsham NR28 9TJ
County: Norfolk
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: SH000480
Peter Hurrell
Stobart & Hurrell
 
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