Harleston 3 miles.
Situated in the Waveney Valley area of Suffolk, in the quiet village of Withersdale Street, three miles from the market town of Harleston is this lovely single-storey barn conversion.
This welcoming semi-detached Withersdale Street cottage enjoys modern contemporary furnishings throughout and consists of an open plan living area with a kitchen area, a dining area and a sitting area, along with a comfortable king-size double bedroom and en-suite shower room.
Outside your Harleston cottage you will find a small private patio and shared use of the owners' large lawned garden, with tall trees and shrubs, which is an ideal place to just sit and relax, whilst listening to the birds and enjoying a morning coffee or an evening glass of wine.
Just three miles from this Withersdale Street cottage is the town of Harleston, which offers a selection of mostly independent shops and good eateries.
Nestling on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders, this Withersdale Street cottage is ideally placed for county hopping, with many attractions to be found close by.
Visit the attractive broadland villages of Bungay and Beccles or the city of Norwich, plus just a short drive away is the Suffolk Heritage Coast with its wonderful seaside towns and heathlands.
This Harleston cottage is ideal as a quiet retreat at any time of the year.
Note: This property is attached to Ref 15753, and together they sleep 6.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Pulham St Mary 3 miles; Bungay 8 miles; Beccles 13 miles; Norwich 19 miles; Southwold 21 miles.
Located on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, Harleston nestles in the beautiful Waveney Valley within easy reach of the Suffolk Heritage Coast and with endless beautiful towns and villages just a short drive away. This friendly town offers ancient inns, charming individual shops, good restaurants and cafes, an art gallery and local museum, and a weekly market. Enjoy antique auctions, country walks from your doorstep, angling and birdwatching. Endless day trips include the Aviation & Steam Train Museums, Castles, Cathedrals, Breweries, Vineyards, the famous Norfolk Broads, and the Sandringham Estate. Nearby Bungay boasts many historic attractions, the ruins of Bigod's Castle, Buttercross, a Spring Garden market, a Summer antiques fair and Christmas Market, attracting many people each year. A 30 minute drive to the fabulous Suffolk coast brings you to magical Southwold with its famous amber shop, and even nearer is the market town of Beccles at the head of the Broads.