A lovely end terrace property, set in the vibrant village of Saxmundham.
This contemporary and cosy accommodation is laced with character features, and makes a fantastic place for families to enjoy.
Walking inside, a cloakroom sits to the right and ahead of this, lies a well-equipped kitchen wrapped with bold furnishings; creating a lively atmosphere.
Up two steps, you will arrive at a neat dining space, neighboured by comfy seating and French doors which open out to the delightful patio area.
A couple more steps guide you to a peaceful sitting room with complimentary floral décor, tied together by views of the garden.
Take the stairs, and two single bedrooms breathe elegance to the formation, completed by wardrobes and a bedside table for a well-rounded effect.
A master bedroom is beautifully knitted with vibrant colours and adjoined to a well-styled en-suite.
A family bathroom mirrors the presentation of the previous, and is fully furnished for your convenience.
To the outside, a patio area makes a wonderful setting to socialise, and a bench rests amongst the excellent greenery.
Why not wander out into the delights of Saxmundham, situated near to the coast, with art galleries, independent shops and a weekly market.
With Ipswich an easy drive south, and Norwich laying north, there’s so much to see.
All in all, this is an attractive property in a well cared for location.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 2 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room.
About the location
Southwold 15 miles; Ipswich 22 miles; Lowestoft 25 miles.
Saxmundham is a small market town located on the River Fromus, in the heart of Suffolk’s Heritage Coast. The town is well serviced with independent shops, local museum, supermarkets and a train station, as well as art galleries, a weekly market and a farmers’ market. Situated so close to the coast, Saxmundham is a great base for a seaside holiday; within easy reach of Aldeburgh and Thorpeness, as well as Dunwich, Southwold and Walberswick, you could enjoy a different coastal location each day. Also close by is the inland market town Framlingham with beautiful historic architecture, a castle and an array of independent shops. South of the town there is the well known tourist destination of Sutton Hoo, an ancient Royal Anglo-Saxon burial site. With Ipswich an easy drive south, and Norwich an easy drive north, there’s so much to see and do in and around Saxmundham.