A north Norfolk market town scooped national attention when it was named one of the prettiest in the UK - but what does the average property look like?

The Georgian town of Holt continues to be a desirable place to live, with independent art galleries, antique and book shops and plenty of places to eat.

The average house price is around £470k - here's what that could get you.

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Eastern Daily Press: The open plan kitchen and dining roomThe open plan kitchen and dining room (Image: Sowerby's)

Eastern Daily Press: The bright modern sitting roomThe bright modern sitting room (Image: Sowerby's)

Up for sale with Sowerby's Estate Agent for £465,000, this semi-detached bolthole, known as Pebbles, sits in Peacock Lane.

Just a stone's throw away from the high street, the property recently underwent a huge remodelling bringing it into the 21st century.

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Eastern Daily Press: The upstairs master bedroomThe upstairs master bedroom (Image: Sowerby's)Eastern Daily Press: The property is just a stone's throw away from Holt town centreThe property is just a stone's throw away from Holt town centre (Image: Sowerby's)

The home has a modern and bright styling with open-plan living. It has a downstairs kitchen, dining room and lounge all flowing into each other.

Upstairs, the first floor has three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. 

A Sowerby's spokesman said: "A strong sense of community thrives among the proud residents and local businesses of Holt.

"If you are looking for the perfect spot to enjoy country life, Holt is one of Norfolk's finest market towns with easy reach to the coast and the city."