A two-bedroom home in a converted granary has come up for sale in Hingham for £230,000 - and selling agents Sowerbys say it could become an ideal holiday let, allowing visitors to sample Norfolk's own 'Little London'.

In the 18th century, Hingham caught the attention of a number of socialites, who built magnificent houses overlooking the main square. Their arrival and subsequent development of the Norfolk market town led people in the surrounding area to refer to Hingham as 'Little London'.

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: The first-floor sitting room extends to over 18ftThe first-floor sitting room extends to over 18ft (Image: Sowerbys)

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: Inside the kitchen/dinerInside the kitchen/diner (Image: Sowerbys)

This two-bedroom home, approached from Chapel Street, has something of a 'London feel' to it, having been designed in a charming mews-style, with lovely modern interiors.

It has a kitchen diner off the ground-floor entrance hall, as well as an integrated garage, utility room and cloakroom.

Upstairs a well-lit landing leads to two double bedrooms, as well as a good-sized sitting room - which could also be a third bedroom - and a family bathroom.

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: The master bedroomThe master bedroom (Image: Sowerbys)

Wymondham & Attleborough Mercury: The property is built in a mews-style and has been beautifully convertedThe property is built in a mews-style and has been beautifully converted (Image: Sowerbys)

The master bedroom has a Juliet balcony as well as the potential to create an additional en suite.

Contact Sowerbys for more details.

Geoffrey Buckingham Close, Hingham
Guide price: £230,000
Sowerbys, 01953 547047, www.sowerbys.com