A charming period Grade II listed brick and flint cottage with sea views is situated in the heart of the historic coastal village of Blakeney, a moments walk from the famous Quay. Perfect for couples or a family of three wishing to relax and enjoy the natural wonders of North Norfolk as well as Blakeney’s traditional pubs, restaurants and boutique stores.
The stylish open plan living space incorporates a sitting room bathed in natural light with a traditional and sympathetically restored sash window to the front aspect. You will also find a cast iron wood burning stove, comfortable dining table and sofa as well as a bookcase filled with a collection of good reading material.
The property benefits from an array of traditional features reflecting its period character which are complimented by the use of traditional materials and Farrow & Ball paint. The newly fitted integrated kitchen brings the cottage up to date consisting of a Bosch electric oven with halogen hob, fridge, washing machine, Russell Hobbs appliances, wooden work tops and quarry tiles.
The large modern bathroom includes a full sized bath and superb ‘rain style’ shower head as well as under floor heating. Leading from the sitting room you will find an easily accessible wide staircase which takes you onto a hallway where the bedrooms are accessed.
Bedroom one is a beautifully decorated dual aspect double bedroom with coastal views over neighbouring rooftops and also has a cast iron fireplace.
Bedroom two is a lovely single bedroom providing comfortable accommodation for children or adults.
Outside, this beautiful cottage benefits from a small outbuilding to store and dry wetsuits, bikes, crabbing gear, fishing rods, wellington boots or other such items.
Sitting at the end of one of the prettiest lokes in the stunning and well maintained desirable coastal village of Blakeney, 55 High Street is perfectly situated to visit all year round. For those who love walking or bird watching, the cottage provides easy access to the famous coastal path and salt marshes as well as the famous Quayside. For foodies or those simply seeking pure relaxation, the cottage is surrounded by traditional pubs, restaurants and delicatessen of this historic North Norfolk village.
Outside and garden
To the front of the property there is lovely antique bench with a beautiful table and chairs to enjoy the sunshine with a glass of wine or fresh coffee from the local delicatessen.