A CHARMING three-bedroom cottage has gone on sale for just £375,000 – and it backs onto a TIGER enclosure.
The picturesque home in Filby, Norfolk, is located beside Broads National Park, a popular staycation spot for wildlife lovers.
The charming three-bed is located beside Broads National ParkCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
Backing onto the house is a Tiger enclosure from the national parkCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
The one-of-a-kind property backs onto Thrigby Hall, a wildlife conservation park giving you the full Tiger King experience on your doorstep.
Panelled fencing surrounds the entire garden along with a picket fence meaning there is no need to worry about safety.
One of the charming characteristics of the home is the thatched roofCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
A paved patio area in the garden means you can relax while watching the tigers roamCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
Also featured in the garden is a pond and patio area where you can sit back and relax while watching the tigers roam.
The back of the garden leads to a house with plenty of character and beautiful features including a thatched roof.
An open fireplace is the main feature of the cosy living roomCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
The kitchen and dining area is beautifully lit by six windowsCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
The cosy home includes an entrance hall, living room, open plan kitchen and dining area, family bathroom and three bedrooms.
A courtyard is at the front of the home with off-road parking in the driveway.
Dark wooden flooring can be seen throughout the cosy homeCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
A red brick fireplace is located in one of the bedroomsCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
There is solid-wood flooring throughout the property with stunning open fireplaces.
Exposed beams are found all over the home with a red brick fireplace found in one of the bedrooms.
Estate agents Minors & Brady called the listing a “truly one-off opportunity to purchase a unique property with lots of character, beautifully presented throughout and within a sought-after location.”
Roman doorways are featured throughout the houseCredit: minorsandbrdy.co.uk
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