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Live adjoining the Market Cross in New Buckenham

PUBLISHED: 09:31 05 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:04 05 May 2018

The  house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.uk

The house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.uk

A house has come up for sale with adjoins the historic Market Cross in New Buckenham.

The  house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.ukThe house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.uk

Market Cross House, New Buckenham is for sale for offers over £280,000 with Abbotts on 01953 440015.

The  house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.ukThe house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.uk

This is a rare opportunity to buy the property which is adjoined to the historic Market Cross which dates to the early 18th century. The house is Grade II and semi detached with lots of character, having been sympathetically restored by the current owner throughout whilst adding modern touches.

The  house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.ukThe house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.uk

The ground floor offers two spacious reception rooms, one which allows access to the cellar. To the rear is a stylish breakfast room which opens onto the carefully designed kitchen and further doors give access to the garden room with French doors opening into the courtyard garden.

Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a lovely family bathroom with a separate shower and bath. The property can be accessed by either the front or via the courtyard garden.

The  house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.ukThe house, adjoined to the village Market Cross, is for sale with Abbotts. Pic: www.abbotts.co.uk

A market cross, or in Scots, a mercat cross, is a structure used to mark a market square in market towns, where historically the right to hold a regular market or fair was granted by the monarch, a bishop or a baron.


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