Highfiled House sits in an elevated position on the edge of the popular village of Sedgeford. It is a modern detached house providing spacious living accommodation downstairs and with three / four bedrooms upstairs. The house flows well and offers space for families to socialise together and also to relax in peace and is bright and airy throughout with many rooms benefiting from windows to both the front and rear.
Downstairs there is a large country kitchen / diner which forms the heart of the house. It is a bright room with dual aspect windows to the front and rear of the house with a modern fitted kitchen, perfect for socialising and cooking together as a family. Across the hall there is a sitting room with a fireplace housing an electric wood burning effect fire, again a bright room with dual aspect windows, ideal for relaxing or getting cosy in front of the TV. Also downstairs is a separate snug, which would work well for children or teenagers to have their own space, this leads out to a small conservatory. In addition there is a utility room housing the washing machine, tumble dryer and boiler. It has a useful worktop space and sink; and with a door out to the back garden it provides a useful place to kick off shoes and boots when coming in from outside; and at the front door is the downstairs loo.
Upstairs is currently arranged as three bedrooms. The master bedroom suite features a double bedroom, en suite shower room and a dressing room area with fitted wardrobes (previously bedroom 4). There are also two other good sized double bedrooms and family bathroom. The views from the upstairs bedrooms are stunning. From the front windows you look out over the rooftops of Sedgeford and across to the church and from the rear you have far reaching open countryside views.
Highfield House is approached up some steps to the front of the house. There is a large double garage set back from the road with parking for two cars in front of the doors (or inside the garage).
There are both front and back gardens, laid to lawn with mature shrubs and planted borders; and with a patio to the rear which is perfect for summer BBQs and Al fresco dining. The gardens are modest in size and easy to maintain whilst being very pretty and inviting.
Please note: The steps leading up to the house from the parking area are not steep or difficult but they may present a challenge for those with limited mobility and would not be suitable for wheel chair users.
Holiday Let Opportunity
Potential Income: c.£19,944 per annum
Potential Occupancy: c. 30 weeks
Sleeping: 6 in 3 bedrooms
Highfield House has operated as a very successful holiday let in the past and achieved a Visit England 4 Star grading in 2009/2010. Since then, though, the current owners have used the house as a private holiday home. The house has great potential as a holiday let, it provides comfortable accommodation which would suit both families and couples looking to escape to the North Norfolk Coast.
Sedgeford is a popular village for holiday makers, with a pub that's easy to wander down to and the village itself is within easy striking distance of some of the most popular beaches, villages and coastal towns on the North West Coast of Norfolk.
Highfield House is located within an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the village of Sedgeford. The property lies just over 3 miles from the nearest beach at Heacham, providing a wonderful spot for fun on the beach for all the family. The local pub, The King William IV, is an award-winning Country Inn & Restaurant offering traditional and local food including the infamous Fresh Norfolk Crab, delicious!
If its exploring all the wonders North Norfolk has to offer on foot then there is no better place to start than Sedgeford with Peddars way running straight through the village. There are plenty of local attractions to keep everyone entertained, from visiting Sandringham House and Holkham Hall to shopping until you drop in the pretty village of Burnham Market. There is not one, but two fantastic golf courses to choose from at nearby Old Hunstanton and a little further along in Brancaster
Services: Mains Electricity & Water, Septic Tank
Heating: Oil Fired Central Heating
Council Tax: West Norfolk District Council - Band E
Windows: Double Glazed UPVC Windows
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with Big Skies Estates
Agents Note: Some items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation.