Want to buy a secret hideaway? How about this old railway cottage for sale at auction?
PUBLISHED: 08:46 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 18:32 20 September 2018
If you are looking to buy a secret hideaway, this intriguing detached, two bedroom brick and flint railway cottage near Norwich, tucked away and completely hidden from view, is for sale at auction for a guide price of £180,000-£190,000.
You could live here and no one would ever know as this two bedroom brick and flint former railway cottage is situated completely hidden from view and down a pedestrian track.
The property, 4, Railway Cottages, Old Lakenham, near Norwich is for sale at auction with William H Brown for a guide price of £180,000-£190,000
It is believed the cottage was built in the mid 1800s and was commissioned by the Great Eastern Railway Company for their workers who tended the tracks. Hidden from view, the cottage is located down a path and is set in approximately half an acre with a variety of fruit trees including apple and pear, together with soft fruit bushes and wild flowers, on the edge of the river Tas with idyllic views.
This enchanting cottage has so much character including a wood burning stove in the kitchen, pamment tiled flooring, a fireplace in the bedroom and a rolled top bath which all adds to its charm. Inside there is a hall, a kitchen, a living room, an inner hallway, a bathroom and and two bedrooms.
Outside is the garden including a summerhouse, and lawns. What an interesting lot!
The William H Brown auction is being held at the Barnham Broom country house hotel at midday on Thursday, October 11. To find out more, contact them on 01603 598975/7/8 or email: email@example.com
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