A recently renovated brick-and-flint house in Stiffkey, on the north Norfolk coast, has hit the market at a guide price of £1.15m.

South View, on Church Street, is a detached three-bedroom property described by selling agent Jackson-Stops as a “spacious well-presented house with stunning views over the picturesque Stiffkey Valley”.

The house has a large, secluded garden with river frontage and is just a short walk from the popular Stiffkey Stores, The Red Lion pub and the beautiful walks of the Norfolk Coast Path.

Built in 1983, South View has undergone an extensive refurbishment of the kitchen, utility, conservatory, bathrooms and windows in the last couple of years.

Eastern Daily Press: The house has undergone an extensive refurbishment in the last couple of yearsThe house has undergone an extensive refurbishment in the last couple of years (Image: Jackson-Stops)
The front door opens to an entrance hall with space for boots and coats. To the right is a newly renovated kitchen with fitted units, quartz worktops and a large island/breakfast bar unit with walnut worktop and electric points.

The kitchen also features Neff integrated appliances including an oven and separate microwave combination oven and extractor, a Siemens induction hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.

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There is a utility room opposite the kitchen with fitted units, a ceramic sink and plumbing for a washing machine. Off the hallway is a useful storage cupboard and downstairs shower room.

South View has two large reception rooms on the ground floor, the first of which could also be used as a dining room, featuring a fireplace with new woodburner. This room leads into a conservatory offering spectacular views over Stiffkey Valley.

The second reception room is well-proportioned, with a recently installed woodburner and an Iroko block floor, as well as sliding doors that lead into a study area overlooking the garden.

Eastern Daily Press: There are two reception rooms downstairs, both with newly fitted wood burnersThere are two reception rooms downstairs, both with newly fitted wood burners (Image: Jackson-Stops)
Upstairs, the generous master bedroom has dual aspect windows facing south and east, also benefiting from a walk-in dressing room with copious hanging space.

The ensuite for the master bedroom features Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware, an impressive bath, separate shower, sink with drawer unit and heated towel rail.

There are two further double bedrooms upstairs. Bedroom two offers great views to the south and west, while bedroom three has a separate dressing room with lots of natural light, which could also be used as a craft room.

Eastern Daily Press: One of the three large double bedroomsOne of the three large double bedrooms (Image: Jackson-Stops)
Completing the top floor is a large family bathroom with painted tongue and groove boarding, new white Kohler sanitary ware, bath and separate shower.

The rear garden has been landscaped with a limestone-tiled terrace edged with lavender, plus a large metal pergola for outside entertaining. The generous lawned area is framed by tall hedges, herbaceous borders, and a number of mature trees including an impressive beech tree.

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The well-stocked herbaceous borders run down both sides of the garden and lead to seating areas by the river, offering a perfect spot to sit and watch the sunset over the valley.

South View is accessed via a shared unadopted gravel lane which gives access to several properties. The property is entered through solid wooden gates, with parking for numerous cars.

Eastern Daily Press: The landscaped rear gardenThe landscaped rear garden (Image: Jackson-Stops)
Eastern Daily Press: South View shares a secluded gravel lane with several other propertiesSouth View shares a secluded gravel lane with several other properties (Image: Jackson-Stops)
There is a large single garage off the driveway which offers potential for further accommodation and could also be connected to the house. There is also space in the garden for a cart shed if additional garaging was required (subject to necessary planning permissions).

Next to the garage are three smaller storage rooms, one of which houses an outside WC, while another houses the oil-fired boiler which was replaced by the current owners in 2021.

Stiffkey is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with direct access to the saltmarshes and winding creaks which run out to miles of sand at low tide.

The village has plenty of useful amenities and is a short drive from both Wells-next-the-Sea and Holt.

For more information, contact Jackson-Stops.


South View, Church Street

Guide price: £1,150,000

Jackson-Stops, 01328 801333