At home

EDP Norfolk - - THROUGH THE KEYHOLE -

Own­ers: Gra­ham Prince and Shirley Cox, plus chil­dren Joe, 12, Con­nie, 10.

Prop­erty: Grade II Georgian crescent seafront ter­raced house.

Built: 1821, with later additions. Lo­ca­tion: Cromer. Bought: 1994.

Pro­fes­sions: Gra­ham is in hor­ti­cul­ture, presently tak­ing a one year sab­bat­i­cal and Shirley is a con­sul­tant or­tho­don­tist.

Other home: Lon­don town house.

Favourite room: The mas­ter bed­room, with bal­cony and views over the prom­e­nade, beach and sea.

Favourite item: Art deco desk used as a dress­ing ta­ble in mas­ter bed­room.

Favourite in­te­ri­ors shop: Heals in Lon­don and Baron Arts plus Bircham Gallery, Holt.

Favourite other shop lo­cally: Cromer Farm Shop in Tucker Street, plus Icarus Hines, butch­ers and Davies fish­mon­gers.

Favourite part of the county: Has to be here, Cromer!

Favourite day out: Seal trip from Blak­eney.

Favourite waste of time: A sun­downer in the bar at the end of the pier watch­ing the sun­set.

Favourite walk: With fam­ily and friends, plus our dog Rebb, along the cliff top to Over­strand.

Favourite pub: The Red Lion next door or The Rocket House Cafe op­po­site.

Favourite restau­rant: Gal­ton Black­iston’s Morston Hall.

Hob­bies: Look­ing af­ter and im­prov­ing the house, which looks af­ter us all so well.

Most mag­i­cal mo­ment in the county: Stand­ing on our bal­cony, watch­ing the Red Ar­rows at Cromer Car­ni­val.

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