This Grade II Listed cottage is of timber frame construction under a thatched roof, dating back to the 17th Century with later additions and was formerly The Three Nags Public House.
The accommodation is arranged on two floors with reception hall, sitting room, dining room, study, family room, two bedrooms, kitchen, breakfast room, larder, utility room and bathroom on the ground floor, together with two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.
The layout of the rooms provides a great deal of flexibility and part of the ground floor could easily be used as an annexe for elderly parents or to derive an income.
Outside, the grounds are a major feature with front garden, drive and rear garden together with meadow/grazing land, with the land totalling in all about 2.22 acres (STMS).
This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a first class period property with a great deal of character and flexibility.
The property is situated on the edge of Fritton Common in an unspoilt rural position about 10 miles south of the cathedral city of Norwich and some 2 miles from Long Stratton, where there