1 Church Lane is a charming, ex-Sandringham Estate house, dating back to c. 1910. The red brick,semi-detached cottage, looks out across the rolling countryside beyond and is situated on a very quiet back lane in the popular village of Sedgeford. The pretty village church is opposite with easy access to public footpaths to walk.
The cottage retains lots of original period features, including fire places and the charming staircase hidden behind a door in the dining room. Downstairs there is a sitting room to the front of the cottage with an open fire, dining room with a wood burning stove and a large kitchen and downstairs wet room. The property was extended around 13 years ago to create the current kitchen and wet room.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms arranged off a small landing. The master bedroom looks out to the rear of the cottage and has a pretty feature fireplace and the other two bedrooms look out to the front; one is a single bedroom and the other a double.
1 Church Lane has been a much loved family home for in excess of 20 years and there is great scope to add your own stamp to the cottage and to make some cosmetic improvements.
Church Lane is a very quiet lane tucked away, well back from the main road that runs through the village. The cottage is one of a pair of stand alone semi-detached cottages, opposite the entrance to the pretty churchyard.
The large garden is to the side of the cottage and wraps around to the rear. It is a pretty garden with lovely views out to the countryside, with a patio next to the back door with plenty of space for outside dining in the warmer months.
The current owners park opposite the cottage on a strip of common land off the road. There is scope though to create a parking area in the front of the garden if desired.
Holiday Let Opportunity
Potential Income: £17,492 (£750 pw in peak)
Potential Occupancy: 28 weeks
Sleeping: 5 in 3 Bedrooms
Sedgeford is a popular village for visitors to the Norfolk Norfolk coast and there are several high performing holiday lets in the village. 1 Church Lane has the potential to generate a second income as a holiday cottage. It would require some cosmetic improvements but being situated in such a quiet spot in the village, having a garden, being walking distance to the pub and having public footpaths on the doorstep ensure that the cottage will appeal to a broad spectrum of holiday makers.
It is likely that presented correctly, the cottage could achieve a peek week rental of around £750, sleeping up to five people. The occupancy is likely to be 20 - 28 weeks per year giving the potential total income up to c. £17,500.
The village of Sedgeford is situated within an area of outstanding natural beauty and 1 Church Lane is tucked away on a very quiet road, opposite the church, in the centre of the village. The local village pub, The King William IV is a 2 minute walk away from the cottage and is an award-winning Country Inn & Restaurant offering traditional and local food including the infamous Fresh Norfolk Crab, delicious! The village of Docking is just 6 minutes away and has a mini supermarket and local farmers market.
1 Church Lane is a mere 3 miles from the nearest beach at Heacham, a thriving coastal village with plenty of shops and amenities.
Sedgeford is also well placed for access to the Peddars way, which runs straight through the village. Norfolk isn't short of beautiful estates to visit and one of the most famous ones, Sandringham is just over 15 minutes away and the pretty village of Burnham Market with all its shopping and eateries is just 20 minutes away. There are two fantastic golf courses to choose from at nearby Old Hunstanton and a little further along in Brancaster.
Services: Electricity, Water, Septic Tank
Heating: Oil fired Central Heating
Council Tax: Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Council, Band C
Viewings: Strictly by appointment only with Big Skies Estates.