An attractive four bedroom coastal house

The Flint House is an attractive detached four bedroom property thought of to date back to the early 19th century and is of brick and flint construction with rare outer gallets rendering under a tiled roof.

The gallet rendering is mentioned in Matthew Price’s ‘Building Norfolk’, ‘Three houses in Overstrand and Sidestrand have striking front elevations that are all gallet and no larger stones: this takes the fur effect to an extreme and makes the houses arresting even from the road.

The property is light and airy and offers spacious family sized accommodation with generously proportioned reception rooms. Of particular note is the open plan sitting room with views over the front garden.

The current owners have retained many of the property's original period features including exposed beams, timber floorboards, fireplaces and original sash windows.


To the front of the property there is space for several vehicles and a walled lawned garden. To the rear are further fawned areas, a secret garden with a pergola surrounded by shrub and hedge borders. The property benefits from several outbuildings including a studio, single garage/store, greenhouse and workshop.


Overstrand is an attractive east Norfolk coastal village, situated on a cliff-top overlooking fine sandy beaches. The village has a shop, post office, pubs and a clifftop café.

The coastal town of Cromer (2 miles to the north is a traditional seaside tourist destination and offers a wide variety of shops and entertainment including supermarkets, art galleries, individual craft shops, a cinema, pubs and various restaurants. The resort boasts a fine sandy beach and a magnificent Victorian Pier. There are primary and secondary schools in Cromer and private education is offered at Gresham’s public school in nearby Holt as well as Beeston Hall preparatory school which is only about 2 miles along the coast towards Sheringham.

The Cathedral city of Norwich is 24 miles to the south and offers a vibrant business community and is the regional centre for shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. There is a mainline railway station to London Liverpool Street and an expanding airport to the north of the city.


Leave Norwich on the A140 Cromer bypassing Aylsham. Continue through Roughton and upon reaching the T-junction turn left signposted Cromer, continue for a short distance and take the next right hand turn and then immediately turn left. Continue along this road heading under the railway bridge and at the next junction turn right and then first left signposted Northrepps Cottage. Continue until you reach the junction signposted Overstrand and turn right, continue past the village centre and sign and The Flint House can be found a short distance on the left hand sign on the corner of Coast Road.

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Ref: NOR180226

Mundesley Road, Overstrand Cromer Norfolk NR27

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Ref: NOR180226

Mundesley Road, Overstrand Cromer Norfolk NR27

Guide Price