The Shack, Norfolk
Secluded wooden cabin close to the beach and lighthouse. Surrounding fields are changeable so check current crop. Key attributes include: tongue and grove/clapper board walls (New England Style), neutral decor with both Scandinavian & Vintage/retro sentiments, open-plan simple design, lots of lot, wood burner, iron bed frame, porch, painted wooden floors, white walls, apex roof, prairie style surroundings, rustic style features, American look both inside and out. Located in Norfolk
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