Perfectly located next to the historic train station and café on the edge of the popular market town of Wymondham, this beautifully-presented, Grade II listed traditional flint cottage is ideal for people wanting to explore Norfolk by road or rail!
Step in to the lovely, light living room, ideal to relax in after a day out exploring.
The first floor is reached via steep steps and on this floor are two delightful double bedrooms with plenty of storage space and both bedrooms share a bathroom.
The sun trap patio area is a great place to relax with a morning coffee or evening drink, and parking is on the road.
It was built on the site of an earlier fishing village in the mid 1700s by the 3rd Duke of Argyll, Chief of the powerful Clan Campbell.
He demolished the original village to give his rebuilt castle more space, and rehoused the population in a new town that is one of the most attractive in Scotland.
This lovely grade II listed end-terrace cottage is situated 200 yards from the town centre of Wymondham and within easy reach of the cathedral city of Norwich.