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2 Bedrooms Cottage House for sale in Todds Cottage, 20 Todds Yard, Little Walsingham

2 Bedrooms Cottage House - £350,000

Todds Cottage, 20 Todds Yard, Little Walsingham

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First listed on: 09th August 2017

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Property Features

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  • Tenure: freehold

Property Description

Beautifully presented 2 bedroom end-terrace period cottage with garden and off street parking in cul-de-sac lane.

DESCRIPTION
Todds Cottage is a Grade II Listed period cottage having undergone complete renovation and restoration in 2011 to a very high standard. The character and original features have been preserved whilst creating bright, airy and well appointed accommodation briefly comprising fitted kitchen, sunny garden room/dining area, sitting room with wood burning stove and 2 en-suite bedrooms with beamed vaulted ceilings upstairs. There is replacement sealed unit conservation windows throughout, reclaimed pine doors, restoration and re-use of original wide oak floorboards and pamment tile flooring. The heating is provided by a modern electric system using gel filled radiators.

The result of all this work is a charming, immaculately presented property currently a successful holiday lettings business with a Visit England Four Star Self Catering award. However, the cottage would also suit other uses such as a second home or for a couple or single person looking for a low maintenance, compact home.

Todds Cottage is being offered for sale with no onward chain and all furniture, fixtures and fittings are available to purchase by separate negotiation.

SITUATION
The Medieval village of Little Walsingham is a centre of pilgrimage, it has two main Shrines: the 14th Century Slipper Chapel is the Roman Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady and the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, while the Abbey grounds contain the ruins of the original Priory founded in 1153.

For a village of its size, Little Walsingham supports an amazing number of shops, mainly tourist/pilgrim shops but also a mini-supermarket, tea shops, pub, florist and a hairdressers. An old farmyard (owned by the Walsingham Estate) has been converted into a range of shops which boast the award winning Farm Shop, just a short stroll away from the affiliated Norfolk Riddle restaurant. The village also has a doctor\'s surgery and a Community Primary School. Linking Little Walsingham to the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea, some 4 miles away, is the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway. Little Walsingham is centrally located for Holt, Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea and the market town of Fakenham.





SITTING ROOM
5.04m x 3.74m (16\' 7 x 12\' 3) To the front of the property, a solid wood entrance door with brass door furniture and a step lead down into the double aspect with 3 windows to the front and rear. Restored original and replacement oak beams, open fireplace with cast-iron wood burning stove on raised stone hearth and timber bressumer beam style mantle over. Fitted shelved storage cupboard with hanging rail and telephone point, feature inset niche and larger recess with shelving. Radiator, television point, carpeting and staircase to the first floor.

GARDEN ROOM/DINING AREA
4.22m x 2.10m (13\' 10 x 6\' 11) Attractive, sunny space with a large Velux window and 6 casement windows looking out over the garden. Pamment tiled floor, radiator, television point, spotlights, smoke alarm and half-glazed door leading out to the garden. Leading through into:

KITCHEN
3.67m x 2.07m (12\' x 6\' 10) Window with deep cill overlooking the front plus further Velux window, range of fitted duck egg blue wall and base units including glass fronted display cupboards, soft closing drawers and open display shelves. Deep solid oak worktops, tiled splashbacks, 1 1/2 bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. Integrated Whirlpool electric oven with Schott Ceran glass ceramic hob and stainless steel extractor above with stainless back panel. Pine latch door to a good-sized storage cupboard housing the hot water tank.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

BEDROOM 1
3.44m x 2.29m (11\' 3 x 7\' 6) 2 windows overlooking the garden, original wide oak boarded floor and exposed ceiling beams. Radiator, television point, bedside tables and cupboard with hanging space.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.63m x 1.33m (5\' 4 x 4\' 4) Window to the north-west, white suite comprising WC, contemporary style wash basin on a vanity unit with cupboards below, corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and sliding glass doors. Spotlights, tiled splashbacks, white ladder style heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, shaver socket and extractor.

BEDROOM 2
2.59m x 2.44m (8\' 6 x 8\') Window overlooking the front, original wide oak boarded floor and exposed ceiling beams. Radiator, television point, bedside table, inset shelf and cupboard with hanging space.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.78m x 1.36m (5\' 10 x 4\' 5) White suite comprising WC, contemporary style wash basin on a vanity unit with cupboards below, corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and sliding glass doors. Spotlights, tiled splashbacks, white ladder style heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, shaver socket and extractor. Loft hatch.

OUTSIDE
Todds Cottage is approached off Bridewell Street onto Todds Yard, a gravelled cul-de-sac serving about half a dozen attractive period properties, and is situated at the end, built of brick and flint with part rendering and a pantile roof and with more recent additions. It has a small gravel area to the front with a grass verge.

A gravelled parking area has space for 2 cars with a useful small brick outbuilding to the side. Timber fencing and a pedestrian gate lead into the rear garden which is lawned with 2 paved patios, attractive perimeter flowerbeds, a gravel path up to the rear door, outside light and power socket.

SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and main electricity. Electric heating. EPC Rating Band n/a (exempt as Grade II Listed).

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811. Council Tax Band n/a (registered for Business Rates).
Beautifully presented 2 bedroom end-terrace period cottage with garden and off street parking in cul-de-sac lane.

DESCRIPTION
Todds Cottage is a Grade II Listed period cottage having undergone complete renovation and restoration in 2011 to a very high standard. The character and original features have been preserved whilst creating bright, airy and well appointed accommodation briefly comprising fitted kitchen, sunny garden room/dining area, sitting room with wood burning stove and 2 en-suite bedrooms with beamed vaulted ceilings upstairs. There is replacement sealed unit conservation windows throughout, reclaimed pine doors, restoration and re-use of original wide oak floorboards and pamment tile flooring. The heating is provided by a modern electric system using gel filled radiators.

The result of all this work is a charming, immaculately presented property currently a successful holiday lettings business with a Visit England Four Star Self Catering award. However, the cottage would also suit other uses such as a second home or for a couple or single person looking for a low maintenance, compact home.

Todds Cottage is being offered for sale with no onward chain and all furniture, fixtures and fittings are available to purchase by separate negotiation.

SITUATION
The Medieval village of Little Walsingham is a centre of pilgrimage, it has two main Shrines: the 14th Century Slipper Chapel is the Roman Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady and the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, while the Abbey grounds contain the ruins of the original Priory founded in 1153.

For a village of its size, Little Walsingham supports an amazing number of shops, mainly tourist/pilgrim shops but also a mini-supermarket, tea shops, pub, florist and a hairdressers. An old farmyard (owned by the Walsingham Estate) has been converted into a range of shops which boast the award winning Farm Shop, just a short stroll away from the affiliated Norfolk Riddle restaurant. The village also has a doctor\'s surgery and a Community Primary School. Linking Little Walsingham to the coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea, some 4 miles away, is the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway. Little Walsingham is centrally located for Holt, Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea and the market town of Fakenham.





SITTING ROOM
5.04m x 3.74m (16\' 7 x 12\' 3) To the front of the property, a solid wood entrance door with brass door furniture and a step lead down into the double aspect with 3 windows to the front and rear. Restored original and replacement oak beams, open fireplace with cast-iron wood burning stove on raised stone hearth and timber bressumer beam style mantle over. Fitted shelved storage cupboard with hanging rail and telephone point, feature inset niche and larger recess with shelving. Radiator, television point, carpeting and staircase to the first floor.

GARDEN ROOM/DINING AREA
4.22m x 2.10m (13\' 10 x 6\' 11) Attractive, sunny space with a large Velux window and 6 casement windows looking out over the garden. Pamment tiled floor, radiator, television point, spotlights, smoke alarm and half-glazed door leading out to the garden. Leading through into:

KITCHEN
3.67m x 2.07m (12\' x 6\' 10) Window with deep cill overlooking the front plus further Velux window, range of fitted duck egg blue wall and base units including glass fronted display cupboards, soft closing drawers and open display shelves. Deep solid oak worktops, tiled splashbacks, 1 1/2 bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. Integrated Whirlpool electric oven with Schott Ceran glass ceramic hob and stainless steel extractor above with stainless back panel. Pine latch door to a good-sized storage cupboard housing the hot water tank.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

BEDROOM 1
3.44m x 2.29m (11\' 3 x 7\' 6) 2 windows overlooking the garden, original wide oak boarded floor and exposed ceiling beams. Radiator, television point, bedside tables and cupboard with hanging space.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.63m x 1.33m (5\' 4 x 4\' 4) Window to the north-west, white suite comprising WC, contemporary style wash basin on a vanity unit with cupboards below, corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and sliding glass doors. Spotlights, tiled splashbacks, white ladder style heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, shaver socket and extractor.

BEDROOM 2
2.59m x 2.44m (8\' 6 x 8\') Window overlooking the front, original wide oak boarded floor and exposed ceiling beams. Radiator, television point, bedside table, inset shelf and cupboard with hanging space.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.78m x 1.36m (5\' 10 x 4\' 5) White suite comprising WC, contemporary style wash basin on a vanity unit with cupboards below, corner shower cubicle with Triton electric shower and sliding glass doors. Spotlights, tiled splashbacks, white ladder style heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, shaver socket and extractor. Loft hatch.

OUTSIDE
Todds Cottage is approached off Bridewell Street onto Todds Yard, a gravelled cul-de-sac serving about half a dozen attractive period properties, and is situated at the end, built of brick and flint with part rendering and a pantile roof and with more recent additions. It has a small gravel area to the front with a grass verge.

A gravelled parking area has space for 2 cars with a useful small brick outbuilding to the side. Timber fencing and a pedestrian gate lead into the rear garden which is lawned with 2 paved patios, attractive perimeter flowerbeds, a gravel path up to the rear door, outside light and power socket.

SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage and main electricity. Electric heating. EPC Rating Band n/a (exempt as Grade II Listed).

LOCAL AUTHORITY
North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN. Telephone (01263) 513811. Council Tax Band n/a (registered for Business Rates).
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Disclaimer Property reference F469611E2EABD9_4470530. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

4-6 HIGH STREET

WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

NORFOLK

NR23 1EP

Telephone: See phone number 01328710666

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference F469611E2EABD9_4470530. Details are provided and maintained by BELTON DUFFEY. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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This property is marketed by

BELTON DUFFEY, WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

4-6 HIGH STREET

WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA

NORFOLK

NR23 1EP

Telephone: See phone number 01328710666

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