Mr Richard Hart
Phone: 01263 860957

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Description: Description: \\CCNSAN01\Data\G1DENNY\My Documents\June 4 003 (Custom).JPGNorth Norfolk Sticks is a converted Victorian barn located in the depths of the countryside of North Norfolk about 25 miles north of Norwich . It is reached via a cart track yet despite its isolation it is close to the market towns of Fakenham and Holt and only a few miles from the coast. It is ideally situated for seclusion away from the hustle and bustle of town or city life and a place where we are trying to achieve a green holiday environment whilst still providing modern facilities. The property is surrounded by organically farmed land and it is possible to walk for miles without going on public roads. The area is ideally suited for walking, cycling, bird watching and generally relaxing.

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The barn is situated close to the main house yet it is totally self contained within the grounds of the owners’ 17th century farmhouse. Tenants of the barn have full access to the ‘field’ or large lawn area of over half an acre. This area is suitable for ball games, croquet etc. There is a shallow wildlife pond in the field which is now securely fenced off for safety reasons. There is a large summer house and outside tables with seating for 10 people and BBQ facilities are provided at no extra cost. There is no restriction on parking cars but regretfully pets cannot be accepted. There is a no smoking policy inside the barn.

Description: Description: \\CCNSAN01\Data\G1DENNY\My Documents\June 4 013 (Custom).JPGSwanton Novers is an approximate 15 minute drive from the coast. It is a small peaceful village surrounded by organic meadows and ancient woodlands. Two hundred acres of this woodland is managed by English Nature and forms one of the most important woodland reserves in the country. Entry to this area is restricted but visitors can borrow a free permit to enter it. Of note to birdwatchers and birders, this reserve has one of Britain ’s rarest breeding birds, the Honey Buzzard, as a regular summer visitor. Many species of raptor may be observed there. Public footpaths access other parts of the woodland and village. The very popular town of Holt is only 6 miles and Norwich is 21 miles.

There are around 45 miles of coastline in North Norfolk, with long sandy beaches, crumbling cliffs, flint pebble banks and salt marshes, stretching from Horsey to Holkham beach. The rich architectural heritage of 81 conservation areas, over 2,200 listed buildings and 100 Scheduled Ancient Monuments, is set in countryside ideal for cycling, walking, horse riding, bird watching or just relaxing.

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