Westering has been renovated with great care and attention to detail by the current owners. It is a three bedroom, detached, chalet style property with a brick and flint front facade, occupying an elevated position with lovely uninterrupted views from the living areas and upstairs.
The internal accommodation has been transformed to cater to contemporary living with a bright and airy open plan kitchen / dining / living space incorporating a wood burner and four folding doors which open fully to the patio and walled garden. Also downstairs is a utility-come-boot-room, separate snug, double bedroom & bathroom and a large hallway. Upstairs are two further double bedrooms and a shower room.
Overall, property flows beautifully and the spaces throughout feel generous and well proportioned.
There is a lovely walled garden and patio to the front which can be accessed via the large folding doors from the open plan sitting room and French doors from the snug; and a charming view out over the road to water meadow beyond.
To the rear is a gravelled parking area and small garden with entrance to the utility room and kitchen area.
Holiday Let Opportunity
Projected Income: £48,180 per year
Projected Occupancy: 35 weeks
Sleeping: 6 in 3 Bedrooms
Westering has fantastic potential to appeal to year-round visitors to the coast. It offers flexible accommodation that would suit families, couples and older guests preferring a downstairs bedroom. It is well suited to dog owners with wooden flooring throughout downstairs.
The current owners have created a stylish and contemporary feel to the house, with high quality furnishings and fixtures, providing a luxury coastal holiday destination for up to six people.
Offering an enclosed garden, off road parking and being situated close to the centre of the village and the coastal path makes it an ideal holiday let. The current owners have recently begun to offer the cottage for let and it has been very well received.
Westering is set back from the road leading from Cley Next The Sea to Holt, so off the busy coast road but still within walking distance of the centre of the village and all it has to offer. Within the village you can find the famous Picnic Fayre and Cley Smokehouse, various Shops & Galleries, Artemis Cafe, Three Swallows Pub and Cley Windmill.
You can comfortably walk out from the house on to the coastal path and explore Cley Marshes and even walk along to Blakeney in one direction and Salthouse in the other. There is the famous Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes Visitors Centre just outside the village, offering fabulous resources and experiences to help you enjoy the marshland and birdlife to its greatest potential.
Cley is just four miles from the busy Georgian market town of Holt and easily accessible by car are the popular coastal towns of Wells-next-the-Sea and Sheringham. There is a real sense of community in the village and whilst it is an extremely popular holiday destination, it has a thriving resident community too.
Mains Electricity & Drainage
LPG Central Heating
EPC Rating: E
Council Tax: North Norfolk District Council - Band to be Confirmed