Dorbracath is a well-proportioned two bedroom semi detached house. It has long been a rental property and is now in need of complete cosmetic and interior updating.
On the ground floor, the back door from the rear garden leads into an entrance hall and through to the kitchen. Off the entrance hall is a family bathroom with a bath and hand wash basin on one side and a separate loo and hand wash basin on the other. The kitchen beyond is well sized with a window to the side, fitted units and an adjoining larder. The middle reception/dining room (currently used as a sitting room) leads off the kitchen with a large built in cupboard, which runs the length of the staircase and features a fireplace. The second reception room would work well as a sitting room (currently used as a bedroom) and has a bay window overlooking the front garden and also features a fireplace.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms. The large principal bedroom at the front of the house has a window looking out to the front garden. Bedroom two is another good sized double room with a window looking out to the rear garden.
To the front of the house is a west facing garden, with access to the side of the house and an enclosed rear garden.
The front garden is a generous size and stretches down away from the house with off road space for parking cars.
Dorbracath is excellently located on a desirable road on the edge of the extremely popular village of Blakeney. It is just a few minutes stroll into the heart of the pretty fishing village.
Blakeney is proud of their strong community and has a village hall and impressive church. The church has excellent facilities and is used for a number of community events, concerts, live-streamed services and courses. The village also has a number of excellent independent shops and galleries, several eateries, pubs and hotels.
Blakeney, is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, well known for its pretty flint cottages and is an ideal base to explore the north Norfolk Coast. At the heart of the village is Blakeney National Nature Reserve with wide open spaces and uninterrupted views of the coastline, which is ideal for walking and spotting local wildlife including seals and migratory birds.
The village is well serviced by local bus routes and has a thriving Primary School, Petrol Station and a well stocked village shop.
Services: Mains Electricity, Water & Drains
Heating: Oil fired
Windows: Double Glazed Throughout
Council Tax: North Norfolk District Council, Band C £1,903.74 (2023/2024)
EPC: Rated E
Viewings: Strictly by Appointment with Big Skies Estates
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