Owner: Frosso Mil­ti­adou

Prop­erty: Ter­raced cot­tage

Built: 1850

Lo­ca­tion: Cley-next-the-Sea

Bought: 2017

Moved In: 2018

Pro­fes­sion: Frosso is joint owner of An­them Re­cruit­ment.

Favourite room: I truly love them all, in­clud­ing my bolt hole the at­tic bed­room, but choos­ing one; the kitchen/din­ning look­ing onto my lovely lit­tle gar­den.

Favourite item: The 18th cen­tury painted blue/green orig­i­nal paint­work cabi­net in the liv­ing room. It is so old and orig­i­nal. Also the chest of draw­ers in the main bed­room. Such a lovely piece.

Favourite in­te­ri­ors shop: Bay­field Sta­bles An­tiques. Beau­ti­ful pieces with an ev­er­chang­ing selec­tion.

Favourite other shop: Cley Smoke House Deli

Favourite part of the county: Here with­out any doubt. The marshes, boats, ob­vi­ously the birds and the big skies.

Favourite day out: Hey­don Tea Rooms, best Tea shop in the whole of Nor­folk.

Favourite walk: Ei­ther Blak­eney to Cley or Stiffkey to Morston, both on the coastal path.

Favourite pub: Dun Cow at Salt­house. Sit­ting out­side in sum­mer with the view of the marshes and in­side by the fire in win­ter. Ex­cel­lent staff and food.

Favourite cafe or restau­rant: Wive­ton Bell. Again ex­cel­lent food and ser­vice, plus I can walk there.

Hob­bies: Bird watching and clas­si­cal mu­sic. I sing in a clas­si­cal choir, EC4 Mu­sic, of­ten at the St Brides Church in Fleet Street, the church for jour­nal­ists.

Most mag­i­cal mo­ment in the county: See­ing the white crested sparrow here in Cley, im­mor­talised in part of the church win­dow. Just to be a part of that was very spe­cial.

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