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Ever wanted to live like royalty? Secret ‘Castle’ goes on sale in Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 11:51 23 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:15 23 March 2018

The Castle in Holt on sale with Sowerbys. Photo: Sowerbys

The Castle in Holt on sale with Sowerbys. Photo: Sowerbys

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Those wanting to release their inner king or queen will have the chance to live like royalty if they snap up this regal home.

The Castle, Holt. Photo: SowerbysThe Castle, Holt. Photo: Sowerbys

It looks like a castle and is called The Castle but this property is actually an elegant Georgian residence with a castellated exterior to give it an elevated architectural status.

Located in Holt, it is in walking distance to the town and Gresham’s School, situated almost opposite but in a secluded, leafy location.

The Grade II listed home was sold and extensively renovated both inside and out for the holiday let market.

It sits within a gated setting and there is the option to buy other guest apartments as well as this property which offers very

The Castle, Holt. Photo: SowerbysThe Castle, Holt. Photo: Sowerbys

beautiful interiors.

Off a reception hall you have a formal sitting room with an open fireplace and decadent feature windows, a superb fitted ‘Shaker’ style kitchen/diner with appliances, a utility room and a ground floor double bedroom/study. An elegant cantilevered staircase leads to the first floor where there are three further double bedrooms, a bathroom, shower room and a cloakroom.

Outside, at the front of the property is a generous gravelled courtyard area with plenty of parking and to one side and the rear are south facing lawned gardens with mature borders. Directly off the formal sitting room is a raised sun terrace over-looking the grounds.

• The Castle is on the market with Sowerbys for £795,000. For more information call 01263 710777.


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