This is a cosy, well-presented two bedroom chalet set in an ideal position on a popular holiday site. There are two double bedrooms, an open-plan sitting room and a fitted kitchen with built-in appliances. The chalet has been updated throughout in recent years to include double glazing, insulated roof and bathroom with walk-in shower. There is allocated car parking and communal grassed areas
Cromer is a bustling fishermans town dating back to the Victorian era with its attractive streets and buildings the town is popular among holiday tourists and out of area buyers. With a variety of shops and amenities within easy reach of the property, Cromer boasts a cinema, theatre, boutiques, gift shops, butchers, a doctors surgery, hospital and pharmacies, schooling and its famous blue flag beaches with pebbled shore lines and the traditional Victorian Pier. Offering a bus station which services the surrounding towns and villages and also a train station which is serviced by the Bittern Line and connects to Sheringham and Norwich with further connecting links to London.
Based on not being a first time buyer, and a purchase price of £250,000, the stamp duty payable would be:
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