Spacious bungalow in lovely coastal village

Spacious bungalow in lovely coastal village


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Hall Barn is a spacious bungalow attached to an old manor house {now 4 private apartments] central to the popular coastal village of Winterton - on-sea, here in East Norfolk. The very long drive provides privacy and quiet, yet the property is only 400 yards from the village amenities and the huge network of dunes and beach.
There is a large lounge next to an equally large kitchen diner. The main bedroom is again much bigger than normal and has an en-suite. There are 2 smaller bedrooms, a laundry room, 2 activity rooms, a walk-in shower room, and a second bathroom. There is plenty of space both back and front, with an outside room [with table-tennis] next to a garage.
The bungalow has all modern amenities and has oil-central heating, with a cosy wood-burner in the lounge. There is a log-store to the side of the drive.

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  1. My wife Gerry and I, Geoff, are both retired teachers, looking to travel a little more now we have the time. We both keep fit through zumba, and squash and golf. We walk every day, We like the theatre and cinema. I was up till recently chairman of the local cricket club, and still turn out for them occasionally as well as for the Norfolk over-60's. Gerry attends the village quilting club and makes a variety of crafts for ourselves and family. I play ukulele in a band. Our 2 sons live in Sheffield, and our daughter lives locally. We have a good social life and like to keep active. We have a car available to swap if possible. We both like to laugh {usually at ourselves} and are prepared to muck-in wherever we have to. Please feel free to use whatever you find here, and I'm sure you'll enjoy the property and its situation.

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The property is in the heart of the village of Winterton, , which has been featured on the lonely planet guide. There is a post office and general stores, a popular fish and chip shop [voted best in the region 2 years ago], the famous Fisherman's Return pub which serves delicious food all year round, and a small cafe on the beach car-park. The extensive dune network is famous for its natural life, with the croaking natterjack toads competing with the nightjars in the summer. A colony of seals comes each winter to breed, departing at the end of January. The beach is massive to the north, and although still large tapers down southwards towards the next village of Hemsby. The swimming is good, though that North Sea is pretty cold {bracing is a word sometimes used] when first getting in.
The village is 10 miles or so from the famous Norfolk Broads, a system of interlocking lakes dug in Roman times for peat. All boast eating places,good pubs, extensive walks, boating, shops etc, and are tremendous fun to explore. The bustling sea-side town of Great Yarmouth is 7 miles to the south, and the beautiful county town of Norwich is only 20 miles east. The magnificent cathedral is worth a day to itself, and with its own castle, myriad of shops, some set in midevil cobbled streets, theatres, museums etc, there is always something going on to attract the visitor. Depending on the time, you are welcome to use my 2 season tickets to watch the canaries, Norwich City, play football in the [currently!] premier league.
Norwich is under 2 hours by train to the heart of London, about 115 miles away. The midlands[Birmingham, Stratford etc]about 4. Or there are good road links to all parts. East Anglia itself has more than enough of interest, from the sleepy coastal resorts of Cromer and Sheringham, to the beautiful villages of Blakeny and Cley, all on the northen coast, or the Queen's Norfolk residence at Sandringham [open to the public] You are welcome to use my national Trust tickets which will get you in free to a dozen or so old stately homes around the region.

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