A "grand and impressive" bungalow is on the market in north Norfolk for more than a million pounds.

The large four-bedroom property, Rossmore, sits within 0.75 acres in Holme-next-the-Sea, for £1.1m.

Built in the 1970s as a one-off build, the property contains features including a large sunken sitting room area, parquet flooring in the reception areas, and a feature outside brickwork chimney.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Looking over the garden towards the front of the propertyLooking over the garden towards the front of the property (Image: Sowerbys)Fakenham & Wells Times: The large kitchen within the 1970s bungalowThe large kitchen within the 1970s bungalow (Image: Sowerbys)The large sitting room is "flooded" with natural light due to the triple aspect windows and there is a wood burner on a brick surround fireplace.

The kitchen overlooks the grassy garden with fields beyond, which "would be a paradise for keen gardeners".

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An "impressive" garage is currently used as a games room.

A spokeswoman for Sowerbys said: "Rossmore offers the opportunity for someone to enjoy the wealth of natural beauty that the north Norfolk coast has to offer.

"With the sandy dunes on the doorstep as well as the local pub and nature reserve, the new owners will be spoilt for choice."