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Holt Road, Cley, Norfolk

4 bedrooms, Guide price £725,000

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Perched above Cley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views towards the Church and close to the coast, Church View provides a rare opportunity to acquire a spectacular new house built by highly skilled local tradesman to an exceptional standard in a traditional style with a contemporary twist.

LOCATION Chuch View sits on an elevated plot which looks down towards the oldest part of the village which is, confusingly, called Newgate at the southern end of the village where the Three Swallows pub overlooks Cley Green below the fine parish church. There is a poetry festival and an amateur dramatics society perform in the large modern village hall at the other (northern) end of Church Lane.

In the centre of the village is th…

Perched above Cley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views towards the Church and close to the coast, Church View provides a rare opportunity to acquire a spectacular new house built by highly skilled local tradesman to an exceptional standard in a traditional style with a contemporary twist.

LOCATION Chuch View sits on an elevated plot which looks down towards the oldest part of the village which is, confusingly, called Newgate at the southern end of the village where the Three Swallows pub overlooks Cley Green below the fine parish church. There is a poetry festival and an amateur dramatics society perform in the large modern village hall at the other (northern) end of Church Lane.

In the centre of the village is the famous George Hotel and is passed en route to the landmark Cley Mill on The Quay. The village was an important port in medieval times until the Glaven estuary started to silt up and now only small boats can reach here. Cley is also now renown for its various food outlets including its smokehouse and delicatessen as well as several eateries. Arts and crafts, books and much more can be added to the natural attractions of this part of the Heritage Coast. The Cley Marshes Visitor Centre at the eastern end of the village is building on the tradition of birdwatching and conservation after this area became the first Wildlife Trust reserve in the country in 1926. This is a Conservation Area within the coastal Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Within a short drive are the coastal villages of Blakeney, Morston, Stiffkey and Salthouse with the ever popular and busy former market town of Holt just 4 miles inland to the south.

DIRECTIONS Leave Holt north on the Cley Road, follow this road into Cley-Next-The-Sea. The property can be found set back on the right hand side upon entering the 30 mile an hour limit.

DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW Perched above Cley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views towards the Church and close to the coast, Weston House & Church View provide a rare opportunity to acquire either a fully modernized home with all the charm, character and history of a period cottage with all the benefits and comfort of a new home, or a spectacular new house built by highly skilled local tradesman to an exceptional standard in a traditional style with a contemporary twist.

DESCRIPTION Church View forms part of a bespoke development of two dwellings designed to enhance this already beautiful landscape in the oldest part of the village known as Newgate Green centered around the fine Church and green.

Built in place of the former outbuildings of Weston House, Church View has been created in a traditional style with a contemporary twist by highly skilled local craftsmen to provide an exceptional new home with far reaching views towards Cley Church and rolling countryside. The property has been completed to the highest standard. Outside the property benefits from an enclosed garden and private seating areas looking out over stunning countryside - an area of outstanding natural beauty.

CHURCH VIEW SPECIFICATION •Well insulated and energy efficient.

•Slimlite double glazing.

•Air source heat pump with underfloor heating to ground floor and column radiators to first floor.

•Oak internal doors.

•Oak engineered flooring to ground floor and ceramic tiled flooring to bathrooms.

•Bi-fold doors to rear garden.

•High specification kitchens and bathrooms with hi quality built in appliances.

•Enclosed garden and courtyard.

•Off road parking.

ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING LEGISLATION In accordance with the most recent Anti Money Laundering Legislation, buyers will be required to provide proof of identity and address to the selling agent once an offer has been submitted and accepted (subject to contract) prior to solicitors being instructed.

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