Property flirt! A Victorian apartment in Cromer
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside... especially when it's in this luxury two-bedroom apartment! Come and take a tour, why don't you?
Cromer’s popularity is showing no signs of slowing, especially now staycations are hotter than a cone of freshly-battered fish and chips, so why not grab a slice of paradise for yourself with this absolutely beautiful Victorian conversion, just five minutes’ walk from the town’s Grade II listed pier?
The Barclay is located on the first floor of Collision Place, a double-fronted Victorian building just a stone’s throw from the beach, town centre and coastal walks that’s packed to the rafters with period features.
Head through the grand entrance hallway with its cut-string staircase, authentic Victorian tiled floor and 18-arm brass chandelier, and you’ll find The Barclay tucked away at the back of the building (ideal for spotting St Peter & St Paul Parish Church through the large windows).
This super-luxe apartment is made up of two en-suite bedrooms and a massive open-plan kitchen/diner/lounge, all done up to the nines with chic decor and mod cons to complement the heritage setting.
The sleek Shaker-style kitchen in indigo comes kitted out with white quartz work surfaces and a full suite of integrated appliances, making it the perfect place to whip up a meal while your guests chill at the breakfast bar (love those pendant lights) or slouch on the sofas in the light-filled lounge area. There’s more than enough space for the formal dining table too, so no eating off laps required here (unless you want to, of course).
At the end of a long, sunny day on the beach or exploring the town’s various foodie haunts, come back and crash in one of the two luxe bedrooms, each with their own well-appointed en-suites (plus the second bedroom has a dressing area too).
Whether you’re after a gorgeous new home by the sea, a holiday house to enjoy all year round or a new business venture (hello, dream Air BnB), we’re sure The Barclay is going to get snapped up fast, so pop over to the Sowerby’s website to have a nose and find out the price, stat.