Luxurious Norfolk brick and flint house with beautiful oak beams, pamment floors and warming wood burners in the sitting room and sitting/dining room. Large, superbly equipped kitchen. Six bedrooms, two bathrooms and two en-suite shower rooms.
The house has beautiful oak beams in all rooms and is very comfortably furnished. It is centrally heated with under-floor heating in the kitchen and sitting/dining room and there are wood burning stoves in the both sitting rooms. A large oak dining table in one of sitting rooms seats twelve. There is a downstairs loo and separate utility room with a washing machine, dryer and airing cupboard.
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms - two with en-suite shower rooms; a room with two single beds; a large attic room with three single beds; and a smaller attic room with a small double bed; there are also two bathrooms.
The kitchen is large, has hand-made oak cabinets and is fully equipped with two double ovens, a warming drawer, an electric induction hob, a microwave and an electric induction hob. There is a central dining table that comfortably seats six.
If you can drag yourself away from the cottage comforts, all of the charms of North Norfolk are close at hand. The children have the adjacent recreation ground, including a well-equipped playground, immediately outside the front door, which can provide hours of amusement as the adults relax with their books (or Kindles) and a cup of tea in the secluded garden. For the more energetic there are the surrounding quiet lanes and lovely countryside to explore on foot or bicycle and it is only a twenty minute drive to the famous North Norfolk coastline.
Small surrounding villages such as Melton Constable and Briston are close at hand and the market towns of Holt and Fakenham are a short distance away.
I am a hospital doctor from London and am married to Mary, also a doctor. We have four sons aged between 13 and 21 the eldest of whom is a medical student. We love Norfolk and adore our cottage especially when sitting in front of a warming fire following a bracing walk on the North Norfolk coast.