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UK Dead Crow Cottage. Castle Acre. Norfolk January 2014.

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Visited this place that I found online while researching other bits and pieces for a day out in Norfolk. So thought it would be a shame not to visit... Did not have high hopes for it, but it was not to bad... 5 of us rolled into the house and being it was only a two bedroom cottage there was not a lot of room.

Over all it is in not bad condition, and has a few interesting bits and bobs left behind including a Dead bird in one of the bedrooms..

I searched online and could not find any history for the place, apart from what is listed on the estate agents websites.. All in this pukka little cottage as it stands will only set you back £250k.

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