This lovely semi-detached property is located within a small cluster of houses in the quiet Suffolk village of Hollesley.
Set over three floors, this welcoming Suffolk cottage offers spacious accommodation with the master bedroom on the second floor boasting an en-suite shower room.
Along with two further bedrooms on the first floor, this cottage in Hollesley has a main bathroom, a well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a comfortable sitting room.
The enclosed lawned garden at this Suffolk cottage is an ideal place to relax and enjoy a barbecue on a summer's evening.
Hollesley village offers a shop, Post Office, a pub and wonderful walking and cycling routes including the Suffolk Coastal Cycle Route.
Nearby, is the medieval market town of Woodbridge, which sits on the River Deben and has a pretty harbour, a variety of shops, Tide Mill and rail links to Ipswich, plus National Trust property, Sutton Hoo is just 5 miles away.
Other attractions in the area include Suffolk's sand and shingle beaches, the forests at Rendlesham, Tunstall and Dunwich, which are home to many native deer and bird life, and Snape Malting with its shops, restaurants and the Aldeburgh Festival.
A wonderful Hollesley cottage, which is bound to please at any time of the year.
About the location
Woodbridge 8 miles; Ipswich 16 miles.
The Suffolk village of Hollesley is located in an area known as The Sandlings. A number of walks can be enjoyed from the village, including those to Suffolk’s internationally important coastal heathland, where you will discover the purple landscape rich with wildlife, and Rendelsham Forest is well worth a visit with its challenging bike park, play equipment, picnic area, circular walks and trails. Just outside Hollesley is the Suffolk Punch Trust, which is dedicated to preserving the endangered Punch Horse, whilst nearby is the historic market town of Woodbridge, offering riverside walks, independent shops and the world famous Tide Mill. Other places of interest include the National Trust owned Anglo Saxon burial mounds of Sutton Hoo, Framlingham and Orford Castle, the seaside town of Aldeburgh, the village of Thorpeness, Snape Maltings, and the attractive Suffolk coastline.