A two-bedroom home set in a grade II listed former steam engine house in Norfolk is being sold for £575,000.

The property is in Market Place, Burnham Market and is being sold by Sowerbys.

It was originally used to house a steam engine that provided power to drive the millstones and the steam chimney is still a predominant feature.

Dereham Times: The living area revolves around the historic steam chimneyThe living area revolves around the historic steam chimney (Image: Sowerbys)

The listed building, known as The Engine House, has been owned by the same family since 1995 after The National Trust converted it into a home.

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It also has vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Dereham Times: The house looks out over the River BurnThe house looks out over the River Burn (Image: Sowerbys)

The living area revolves around the central chimney with the kitchen and dining area offering ample space for hosting guests.

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Another highlight of the property is the west-facing decking that looks out over protected views of Norfolk farmland and a water meadow.

Dereham Times: The property has two bedroomsThe property has two bedrooms (Image: Sowerbys)

Upstairs is a mezzanine that overlooks the living space below which the sellers believe would make for an 'ideal' snug or somewhere to sit and read a book.

Sowerbys said: "It's a wonderful retreat from the world in a completely unspoilt area of Norfolk, with protected views across farmland."

There are also two allocated parking spaces.