Deepdene House in the seaside town of Hunstanton is a handsome six-bedroom detached property with tonnes of space for a large family and even more scope to expand or diversify in the form of three self-contained cottages.

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The property is now on the market with Fine & Country for offers in the region of £775,000. As well as boasting spacious and versatile accommodation totalling around 5,721sq ft, it also benefits from a host of original features and characterful charm, including local carrstone on two floors, a large stained glass window and tiled hall floor.

Eastern Daily Press: The property boasts a number of original and character features including the intricate tiled hallwayThe property boasts a number of original and character features including the intricate tiled hallway (Image: Fine & Country)

Selling agent Fine & Country says: “You only need to spend a moment or two wandering around Deepdene House to see why it’s been somewhere the current owners have enjoyed living for 20 years. From the abundance of space to the welcoming ambience, this property has a lot to offer.

"It doesn’t matter if you are looking for a large family home - which Deepdene House certainly is, with its six bedrooms and three annexes - or if you want to ensure that you have enough space for guests, this is a property that is likely to tick every box.”

Eastern Daily Press: The impressive dining roomThe impressive dining room (Image: Fine & Country)

Through the porch of the large double bay-fronted Victorian property is a welcoming entrance hall with access to two front reception rooms on either side. One of the rooms is currently used as a dining room and includes double doors opening into another reception room with a large bay window and fireplace, which the current owners describe as a highlight of the home and an excellent entertaining space.

Eastern Daily Press: Deepdene House has four generously sized reception roomsDeepdene House has four generously sized reception rooms (Image: Fine & Country)

Eastern Daily Press: The side reception room is described as a highlight of the home by the current ownersThe side reception room is described as a highlight of the home by the current owners (Image: Fine & Country)

To the rear of the main entrance hall is a WC and a door to the kitchen/breakfast room, which has a classical feel with stone flooring and clean, white units – perfect for casual Sunday breakfasts with the family.

From here a secondary hallway leads to a linen room, laundry room, office/bar space with an adjoining sewing room and a storage room that provides internal access to one of the annexes.

Eastern Daily Press: The kitchen/breakfast room has a classical styleThe kitchen/breakfast room has a classical style (Image: Fine & Country)

Upstairs, the landing spans almost the entire length of the property, with six bedrooms offering an impressive amount of space for family, friends and guests.

All of the bedrooms have their own en-suite bathrooms, one also enjoys a private dressing room while another has a large walk-in wardrobe. The two front bedrooms have impressive bay windows, allowing in plenty of natural light.

Eastern Daily Press: One of Deepdene House's six bedroomsOne of Deepdene House's six bedrooms (Image: Fine & Country)

Completing the first floor is a family bathroom to the rear of the landing by a secondary staircase.

The three self-contained annexes - Waders Cottage, Crows Nest and Foxgloves - offer lots of additional accommodation and could even be turned into a business opportunity with potential gross yield of circa 8pc, according to Fine & Country.

Eastern Daily Press: The Foxgloves AnnexeThe Foxgloves Annexe (Image: Fine & Country)

Eastern Daily Press: The Crows Nest annexe features a sunny balconyThe Crows Nest annexe features a sunny balcony (Image: Fine & Country)

Each annexe has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a lounge/kitchen area. Crows Nest, which is a first-floor property located up a separate staircase accessed from the exterior, also benefits from a sunny balcony.

With such a large property to maintain, potential owners will be happy to know that the outdoor space at Deepdene House requires next to no maintenance. The courtyard-style seating areas are great for soaking up the sun and would make a lovely spot for some potted plants. There is also plenty of off-street parking for residents and guests alike.

Eastern Daily Press: The property's courtyard gardens require almost no maintenanceThe property's courtyard gardens require almost no maintenance (Image: Fine & Country)

Deepdene House is within walking distance of Hunstanton’s town centre and the seafront, allowing you to enjoy the natural beauty and entertainment found along the coastline while still being close to local amenities and transport links.

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Hunstanton has two supermarkets, a local butcher and greengrocer, chemist, doctor and dentist, as well as a selection of schools and a golf course. Burnham Market is within 12 miles away, Wells-next-the-Sea is within 17 miles and Kings Lynn is around 18 miles away.

For more information, please contact Fine & Country.


Deepdene House, Hunstanton

Price: OIRO £775,000

Fine & Country, 01328 803441