A fabulous four-bedroom detached property off the main coast road in Brancaster. The bedrooms are on two levels giving privacy for two families or for different generations to escape! Brancaster beach is a 20 minutes walk away. Opposite the house is an excellent children's play park. Please note that the family room consists of a double bed and twin beds.
A bright sunny large entrance porch leading to the boot room a great storage area and ideal for storing and taking off wellies.
Pretty room with large dining table to seat 8, wooden floor.
Extremely spacious kitchen with lovely shaker style fitted units including a sitting area with bar stools, a butler sink, built in dresser and dishwasher, The kitchen also includes Range cooker, fridge, ample work surfaces and walk in pantry. leading to
Washing machine, tumble dryer. Freezer. Door to conservatory
A large traditional and super sunny room with comfortable furnishings with two comfortable sofas, open fire place, large screen TV with DVD player. leading through to
With wicker furniture and pretty cushions, ideal for relaxing and enjoying the sunshine and a good book.
Stairs from dining area down to ..
Lower Ground Floor
Pretty double aspect room with a double bed and twin beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers, selection of books, views to front garden.
Single bed and full size permanent cotbed, with window to the front of the house.
Stairs from dining area up to first floor:
A L shaped bathroom with bath with shower over, basin and WC
Pretty double bedroom including lovely wood frame double bed, chest of drawers and sofa. This room also has a newly decorated en suite bathroom, bath with shower over, WC and basin, heated towel rail.
Stairs up to
A pretty twin bedroom with permanent cot, sloping ceilings, velux window and pine chest of drawers with mirror.
Enclosed gardens, parking for three cars. Paved area to rear with garden furniture.
Brancaster is known for its simply stunning beach. It stretches for miles backed by gentle sand dunes and the famous links golf course of The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club. Seals bask on the creek edges and children can safely paddle in the tidal lagoons. The tide goes out a long way revealing the shipwreck of the S S Vina (beware of strong tides and do not venture out!) The sand is perfect for sandcastles and picnics. Kite surfers provide exciting entertainment on windy days. Parking is a few yards from the beach and anyone who walks that little bit further will be rewarded with their own private stretch of sand! The Ship public house has recently been reopened under Chris Couborough The Flying Kiwi Chef to great reviews. Traditional icecream and lollies can be had from the booth on the beach! Wildlife along the coast is abundant and accessible, Marsh Harriers wheel overhead along with Avocets, Oyster Catchers and Terns. A trip would not be complete without tasting the famous mussels, in season when there is an 'R' in the month.