Windmill house previously owned by James Bond star is up for rent
Have you ever dreamt of living life James Bond style? Well, your dreams can actually become reality because this Bond-themed windmill house in Norfolk is up for rent for all holidaymakers. What’s more? Former James Bond star, Roger Moore used to own this stunning property!
This 300-year-old converted mill that is sitting at the edge of River Thurne is now up for rent. For the price of £1,904 you can stay in this lovely property for seven nights—so it's perfect for a summer holiday.
You can comfortably fit five people and two dogs into this three-bedroom space. But the listing warns potential guests to be open-minded. It states: 'Please be open-minded for the quirky sleeping arrangements, and some narrow and open-tread staircases—it is a windmill after all!'
When you enter the house, the first room you will come across is this circular 'industrial-style' kitchen. It is equipped with an electric oven, microwave, fridge, and a washer and dryer.
Walk up the tricky staircase and you'll end up in this cozy lounge and dining room. This area has a few surprises—a wood burner for cold wintry nights and a telescope for anyone who wants to stargaze in the countryside!
From the lounge, you can exit onto the patios, ideal for outdoor dining.
There is a contemporary bathroom on the ground floor that has all your basic necessities—a toilet, shower, sink, and plenty of storage space!
Overlooking the lounge is a mezzanine bedroom with a bed that is big enough to fit two people.
The bedrooms in this house really embrace the circular shape of the windmill, so much so that the owner has even put round double beds in two of the rooms. The Smart TVs are probably one of the only angular things you'll see!
The great thing about this house is that it has two office spaces that you can use to work from home. This particular office is decorated in 007 memorabilia and you can bet that you'll feel like a secret spy when working in this office.
The view from the deck is absolutely breathtaking and you can truly witness Norfolk Broads in all its glory.
As splendid as the interiors are, the private garden takes the cake.
The property is filled with tiny nooks where you can spend some time enjoying the view or reading a book.
No country cottage, or in this case windmill, will ever be complete without a place for summer barbecues. Luckily this Bond house comes well equipped.