Situated in an AONB, this pretty 17th-century cottage is secluded and hidden away amongst private woodland - where birds and wildlife, such as deer, owls, woodpeckers and foxes frequent. Neighbouring the owners’ home and accessed via a rough track, Einstein stayed within the grounds for several weeks during the summer of 1933, where he spent the mornings writing his theory of Science and Civilisation, which he presented to an audience at the Royal Albert Hall. A short drive away is Cromer promenade, cinema, golf, tennis, shops, restaurants and pubs, whilst Sheringham has Splash Leisure Centre and Blue Flag beach. Good walking from the door. Shop 2 miles.
Property # 1863109