Thistle House is a charming example of a terraced Victorian Townhouse, packed with period features and a lovely contemporary open plan living space with kitchen / diner / snug to the rear; additional sitting room to the front, 3 bedrooms over two floors, a fabulous family bathroom and with the option for a home office / 4th bedroom. There is a lovely quiet back garden, great utility space in the converted outbuilding and off-street parking to the front. All within easy walking distance of the centre of town & all its amenities and both the Prep & Senior schools for Gresham's, the renowned independent boarding/day school in Holt.
On entering through the front door there is a classic hallway with the sitting room off, featuring a lovely deep bay window, wood burning stove and original recessed shelving on either side. There is great ceiling height throughout this property which lends a great feeling of space throughout. At the end of the hallway is the contemporary kitchen / dining room, downstairs WC with built in storage cupboards & wash hand basin and snug. This is the heart of the house, with the modern kitchen and open plan dining space leading into the cosy snug featuring an open fire, perfect for snuggling up in the winter. These rooms together enable connected living but with defined spaces, so you can cook, eat and relax within easy reach.
On the first floor are two lovely double bedrooms. The master bedroom to the front of the house has a range of built in wardrobes and feature cast iron fireplace and the second good sized double is to the rear. The family bathroom is exemplary; it is spacious and beautifully finished, with a large shower enclosure and funky freestanding bath and a window to the rear. Also on this floor is the home office / bedroom 4; perfect as a small single or nursery but currently a bright and private home office with a window to the front.
Up again to the second floor is the final bedroom. Another large room with a very interesting chimney breast, full of light from the Velux window with fitted wardobes and access to the eaves storage.
To the front of Thistle House is a gravelled driveway with parking for one large family car or two small cars. Another car could be parked on the road to the front.
To the rear, just beyond the glazed doors from the dining area is an outbuilding, cleverly converted to act a utility space. A really good sized space with sink, built in units and worktop giving plenty of workspace and space for freezers.
Beyond the utility space is a really good sized back garden with lawn and mature planting throughout, a summer house and paved area for outside dining furniture and BBQ, to enjoy al fresco dining in the warmer months.
Holiday Let Opportunity
Holiday Let Potential Income: c. £23,000 - £27,500 pa.
Holiday Let Potential Occupancy: 25 - 30 weeks
Sleeping: 7 in 4 Bedrooms
Thistle House has fantastic potential to be a successful holiday let. Situated in the centre of Holt, with great sociable spaces, a lovely garden and off-street parking; this period property will attract attention from a broad range of visitors interested in spending time on the North Norfolk Coast. Another property just a few doors from Thistle House has a proven track record a very successful holiday let.
There are local agents that are based in Holt, both Norfolk Hideaways and Norfolk Cottages have offices there and can provide a fully managed service and take care of every aspect of holiday letting, should you be looking for an avenue for your second home in Norfolk to generate an income for you.
Thistle House is situated just on the edge of the centre of town in Holt. It is within easy walking distance of all the shops and restaurants and close to Gresham's Prep & Senior schools. Holt is a very popular and charming Georgian market town, close to the North Norfolk coastal villages of Blakeney, Cley-next-the-Sea, Salthouse, Weybourne and Kelling.
There is a fantastic selection of quality independent retailers, boutiques, high street names and interesting antique shops in the centre of the town, alongside the famous Bakers & Larners department store with it's fabulous food court, excellent butchers, bakers, fishmongers and a host of cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs. There is even a steam railway line, with trains to Sheringham every day.
The town has a thriving local community and is very popular with visitors to the area, many of whom support great local events throughout the year, like the Holt Festival in the Summer and the Christmas Lights switch on in the winter. The town is also home to Gresham's a prominent independent school, founded in 1555. There are a number of cultural events held at the school which are open to the public too. The town is just a few miles from the coast and within easy reach of Fakenham, Sheringham & Cromer. There is a useful train service between Sheringham and Norwich which is very handy.
Services: Mains Electricity, Gas, Water and Drains
Central Heating: Gas Central Heating
Council Tax: North Norfolk District Council - Band C
EPC: Rated D
Viewings: Strictly by Appointment Only with Big Skies Estates Ltd
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