Posted on: 18th August 2021 | Comments: 0 Comments

Manor with underfloor-heated garden room up for grabs

Based in the North Norfolk’s Mundesley, a 17th century manor house has become available priced at £1.2 million, featuring a sea view and a garden room with underfloor heating for all-year-round use.

Currently being marketed as a potential holiday let, second home or family home, the venerable property boasts a Dutch gabled roof and offers plenty of privacy. Accessed by a gravel driveway, it is set well-back from the road.

Along with the gabled ends, the manor house still retains many of its sought-after period features, including artisan cornicing, original flooring and open fireplaces.

The seven-bedroom home is set within almost an acre of land, which includes a garden with mature trees and formal lawns, and it benefits from direct beach access. A dedicated glass-paned garden room also serves as a dining-cum-breakfast room and has been fitted with an underfloor heating system to ensure residents can make the most of the living space throughout the year – even in winter.

A traditional country kitchen boasts a larder, breakfast bar and coveted Aga for cooking, while both the drawing-room and spacious sitting room enjoy bay windows and open fireplaces. Additional rooms include the entrance hall, a boot room and dedicated cinema room.

Sea views are offered from the property’s bedrooms on the second floor, which are named accordingly, including “Lookout”, “Crow’s Nest” and the first floor’s “Savoy”.

The manor house’s master bedroom overlooks the gardens and has its own en-suite with a washbasin and roll-top bath.

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