This Norfolk village is one of the most expensive in the country with the average detached house price setting you back a £1m - but what does a property half the price get you?

Burnham Market on the north Norfolk coast has been given the title "Chelsea-on-sea" after a flock of wealthy Londoners, as well as some well-known celebrities such as Stephen Fry, Amanda Holden and Anneka Rice, moved to the area. 

With £1m out of many budgets, here is what a home half that price will get you.

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North Norfolk News: Rose Cottage in Burnham MarketRose Cottage in Burnham Market (Image: Sowerbys)North Norfolk News: The downstairs loungeThe downstairs lounge (Image: Sowerbys)Up for sale with Sowerby's Estate Agent, this detached Victorian cottage sits just off Station Road.

The property, currently run as a holiday let, is decorated in brick and flint capturing the essence of the 17th-century village.

Downstairs Rose Cottage is divided between a country-styled kitchen/diner and a family lounge, both complete with views out on to the village.

North Norfolk News: The country-styled kitchen dining roomThe country-styled kitchen dining room (Image: Sowerbys)North Norfolk News: The upstairs master bedroom with views on to the fieldsThe upstairs master bedroom with views on to the fields (Image: Sowerbys)

Upstairs is home to two double rooms, one double and one twin, that share the views over the playing fields.

A spokesman from Sowerbys said: "Burnham Market is the jewel in north Norfolk's glittering crown."

"It goes without saying that Burnham Market and its smaller siblings are home to some of the finest houses on the coast. "