Seasidel home currently used as letting business.
- Private Parking
- Off Road Parking
A handsome 17th Century house with sea views and
direct access to a Blue Flag sandy beach, on the edge of this Victorian seaside resort on the North Norfolk Coast. Currently used as a holiday house and successful letting business (sleeps 14).
Mundesley Manor is built of brick under a pantiled roof with Dutch gabled ends. It is an attached house, forming about 75% of the original Meadow House, with an eastern aspect and set in about 0.64 acres with a beach garden, spa/hot tub,croquet law and access to the coastal path
leading directly to the beach.
The property has a warm ambiance and has much of its original character with open fire places, bays to
the principal reception rooms, flooring and cornicing.
A fine entrance hall leads to the east and south
facing drawing room and a study/snug/cinema room.
An east facing family room leads to the kitchen with a
gas fired Aga and breakfast bar, complete with a
larder. This opens into a garden/breakfast room with
underfloor heating and double doors to a decked
terrace and Spa/Hot tub.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has an east
and southerly aspect, and includes a bath and wash
hand basin. The guest bedroom has a bay window
and sea views. There are three more bedrooms on the first floor with two further second floor bedrooms, known as The Crows Nest and The Look Out.
The property has been operated as an established,
successful self-catering holiday business for over ten years
and has been trading at just under the VAT threshold between circa £70,000 and £80,000 pa in addition to providing holidays for the family.
Weekend rates vary from £1,650 to £1,950 and weekly lets
range from £2,600 to £4,800. Annual expenditure taken from management accounts for the year ending March 2017 (unaudited), lies in the region of £32,000 pa.
Subject to an offer in excess of the asking price, the property is offered freehold with the current bookings and predominantly furnished to accommodate the lettings.