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A quintessential Guest House nestled at the very heart of the picturesque riverside village of Neatishead; an area of sprawling natural beauty, rurally set amongst the wildlife and waterways of the renowned Norfolk Broads. Regency House is a longstanding amalgamation of two adjoining Georgian properties, creating an appealing Guest House with additional shop frontage.
Regency House is idyllically situated for those seeking relaxation or recreation on the water. The adjacent navigable Limekiln Dyke gives way to the near Barton Broad, managed by the National Wildlife Trust and the second largest broad in the Broads National Park, where a once youthful Horatio Nelson is understood to have embraced an early passion for sailing upon these waters while visiting his elder sister at the nearby Barton Hall.
Besides relaxation or recreation on your doorstep of the Broads waters, Regency House is further complemented by its location; almost neighbouring the welcoming White Horse Inn where fine food is complemented by locally brewed refreshment. Wroxham the capital of the Norfolk Broads and home to the Norfolk Broads Yacht Club is around four miles and it is less than ten miles to the beautiful sandy coastline and less than thirty minutes to the county’s capital city of Norwich.
This elegant period property affords a versatile wealth of accommodation, to include four guest bedrooms with ensuite, a further guest bedroom with an adjacent bathroom and a resting snug and sociable dining room.
The living accommodation includes a generous lounge diner with doors opening to a rear terrace and a beautifully mature enclosed rear garden. Separate doors from the lounge open to the guests dining room and a kitchen breakfast room with further doors to a utility, a lobby leading to a bathroom and double bedroom.
The shop with its broad frontage and office with a separate cloakroom also lead off from the kitchen breakfast room.
Off-road parking is available to the far side of the property, along with rear access to the enclosed garden and a separate barn which is presently used as a workshop with a mezzanine storage area. The barn previously had planning consent to convert to Holiday accommodation.
Under Section 21 of the Estate Agency Act, the sellers of the property are related to an estate agent.
Unit 3A, Station Business Park, Horning Road West, Hoveton, Norfolk, NR12 8QJ
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