A fully renovated property in the desirable village of Old Hunstanton is up for sale for £1.2 million. 

The refurbished and extended four-bedroom, detached house has had “a stunning transformation which renders the original property unrecognisable” say estate agents Sowerbys. 

The property is situated on Hamilton Road, which is just a short walk from Old Hunstanton’s sandy beach. 

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Inside the property, there’s an entrance hallway, with a utility room and shower room to either side of it – handy for washing off sand after a stroll on the beach. 

Another door leads to the spacious, show-stopping sitting room with double-height windows bringing in plenty of natural light and a wood-burner to make the space cosy on chilly days. 

There’s a large opening from the sitting room to the kitchen and dining room.  

The sleek, contemporary kitchen features built-in Neff appliances including an induction hob, a Quooker boiling water tap and a breakfast bar. 

In the dining room, there’s plenty of space for a table and chairs, with bifold doors to the rear garden. 

Eastern Daily Press: The contemporary kitchenThe contemporary kitchen (Image: Sowerbys)

Another door from the sitting room leads to a further reception room, which could be used as a home office, gym or ground-floor bedroom. 

Upstairs, there’s a mezzanine landing overlooking the sitting room, three spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. 

Eastern Daily Press: The mezzanine landingThe mezzanine landing (Image: Sowerbys)

Eastern Daily Press: The family bathroomThe family bathroom (Image: Sowerbys)

The principal bedroom has an en-suite shower room, while the family bathroom includes a free-standing bath, separate shower cubicle and a double vanity unit. 

Outside the front of the property, there’s a paved area offering plenty of space for parking. 

Eastern Daily Press: The property on Hamilton Road, Old HunstantonThe property on Hamilton Road, Old Hunstanton (Image: Sowerbys)
Eastern Daily Press: The original chimney has been retainedThe original chimney has been retained (Image: Sowerbys)

To the rear, the enclosed garden includes a lawn, patio area and hot tub. The property’s original, striking carrstone chimney compliments the renovated exterior.

The property is centrally located in Old Hunstanton, a village next to Hunstanton.  

The village has two pubs – The Lodge and The Mariner – and the Michelin-starred restaurant The Neptune. Old Hunstanton also has a village store and craft centre to browse.

For golfers, there’s a links course at Hunstanton Golf Club in the village, with Royal West Norfolk Golf Club's championship course at Brancaster just a few miles away. 

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Head off for a walk along the coastal path and you can visit the ruins of St Edmund's chapel, which was built in the 13th century in memory of St Edmund who landed in the area in 855 to be crowned King of East Anglia. If you walk too far, you can always get the Coasthopper bus home. 

And of course, beyond the pine trees, dunes and beach huts, there’s the beach to explore.  

The property is offered with no onward chain.

For further details, contact Sowerbys. 

Hamilton Road, Old Hunstanton 
Price: £1.2 million 
Sowerbys, 01485 533666