See inside home in one of UK's 'poshest villages' on sale for £425k


The three-bed is on the market in Burnham Market for £425k - Credit: Sowerbys

A three-bedroom home in a Norfolk village named one of the poshest places to live in the UK is on the market for £425,000.

The "contemporary" home in Church Walk in Burnham Market has recently been refurbished and is semi-detached with countryside views.


The living room has a log burner and French doors to the garden - Credit: Sowerbys


The kitchen-diner is contemporary with built-in appliances - Credit: Sowerbys

The house opens to the front hall and to the right is the sitting room with a feature fireplace and French doors to the garden.

The kitchen-diner has space for a central dining table as well as a toilet, a storage cupboard and it also has French doors to the garden.


One of the two larger bedrooms - Credit: Sowerbys


The shared bathroom on the first floor - Credit: Sowerbys

Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, one with floor-to-ceiling windows, and one single bedroom that could be used as a home office.

There is also a shared bathroom with a shower cubicle.

The garden is south-facing with an area of patio and a large lawn overlooking surrounding fields.

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There are raised beds, a shed and a greenhouse.


The third bedroom is a single - Credit: Sowerbys


Part of the smallest bedroom - Credit: Sowerbys

Burnham Market was named this year among the UK's poshest places to live and one of the most beautiful villages in the UK.

The village in north Norfolk is about three miles from the coast and 10 miles from Fakenham.


There is a shed and a greenhouse as well as raised beds - Credit: Sowerbys


The garden has a small area of patio but is mainly laid to lawn - Credit: Sowerbys


Church Walk, Burnham Market

Guide price: £425,000

Sowerbys, 01328 730340,