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St Johns Hill, Bungay, NR35

4 bedroom house in Bungay

£365,000 Freehold

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  • Detached architect designed family home  |  Close to local schools and amenities  |  Secluded tiered garden  |  Underfloor heating throughout  |  24' Lounge with bi-folding doors  |  Kitchen/diner  |  Study/Playroom  |  Master bedroom with walk in wardrobes  |  En-suite, bathroom and ground floor WC  |  Double garage and parking

Architect designed family home that is within walking distance of local nursery, primary and secondary schools, doctors, supermarket, swimming pool and gym. Located close to the market town of Bungay, this light and spacious house benefits from an enviable and individual elevated position giving far reaching views from the first floor. Inspired by homes in the New England style, the classic elements are all there with the wide verandah to the front, and attractive cladding to the first floor. Inside, the property has double glazing throughout and underfloor heating with solid oak flooring downstairs, carpet upstairs and tiled kitchen and bathroom flooring.

You enter a wide and inviting hallway which offers fantastic light from the full height gallery window accessed from the upper landing. The heart of the home is a 24' triple aspect open plan lounge benefiting from bi-folding doors which open onto a wide decked terrace. The large kitchen diner also has bi-fold patio doors which open onto the deck with a separate utility room. The ground floor has a sizeable study to the front which could also be used as a playroom or as a guest bedroom with a double bed or sofabed. There is also a cloak room off the Hall with a WC. The first floor has three very generous double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes and the main family bathroom. The master bedroom is an impressive room which has two walk-in wardrobes and a spacious en-suite.

To the rear is an enclosed and secluded south/south-west facing garden with a large decked area behind the house stepping up to an area of lawn with a path leading up through deep well stocked beds to a hidden seating area offering views across the valley. To the front is a generous double garage with parking on the private driveway for up to three additional vehicles. A versatile and unique home.


Bungay is a charming market town with its heart dating back to the Georgian period and beyond. Steeped in history you can still visit the Norman castle later rebuilt by Roger Bigod the 5th Earl of Norfolk. Today, it offers a range of independently owned shops and some lovely public houses and restaurants. Set on a tributary of the River Waveney you can hire canoes and boats locally to enjoy the waterways. Close by are the market towns of Beccles, Halesworth and Loddon all of which have their own attractions with access to the Norfolk Broads, festivals, open air cinemas and a vibrant arts scene. For those who enjoy nature, the area has some beautiful walks and the nature reserves of the Heritage coast can be reached in around 30 minutes. Norwich city is only a twenty-minute drive away and is a picturesque and inviting city with a mainline station to London Liverpool Street. By Car you can easily reach the A140, A12 and A11 giving access out of the county.

Notes: The property is connected to mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Fibre broadband available.

Inside Southwold

from a local eye view

In the area

Southwold is a quintessentially British seaside town, with beautiful colourful beach huts lining the promenade and a stunning pier to stroll along and catch the sea air. The High Street also offers a number of unique shops, boutiques and cafés, that could only be found in a town like Southwold.

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Architect designed family home that is within walking distance of local nursery, primary and secondary schools, doctors, supermarket, swimming pool and gym. Located close to the market town of Bungay, this light and spacious house benefits from an enviable and individual elevated position giving far reaching views from the first floor. Inspired by homes in the New England style, the classic elements are all there with the wide verandah to the front, and attractive cladding to the first floor. Inside, the property has double glazing throughout and underfloor heating with solid oak flooring downstairs, carpet upstairs and tiled kitchen and bathroom flooring.

You enter a wide and inviting hallway which offers fantastic light from the full height gallery window accessed from the upper landing. The heart of the home is a 24' triple aspect open plan lounge benefiting from bi-folding doors which open onto a wide decked terrace. The large kitchen diner also has bi-fold patio doors which open onto the deck with a separate utility room. The ground floor has a sizeable study to the front which could also be used as a playroom or as a guest bedroom with a double bed or sofabed. There is also a cloak room off the Hall with a WC. The first floor has three very generous double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes and the main family bathroom. The master bedroom is an impressive room which has two walk-in wardrobes and a spacious en-suite.

To the rear is an enclosed and secluded south/south-west facing garden with a large decked area behind the house stepping up to an area of lawn with a path leading up through deep well stocked beds to a hidden seating area offering views across the valley. To the front is a generous double garage with parking on the private driveway for up to three additional vehicles. A versatile and unique home.


Bungay is a charming market town with its heart dating back to the Georgian period and beyond. Steeped in history you can still visit the Norman castle later rebuilt by Roger Bigod the 5th Earl of Norfolk. Today, it offers a range of independently owned shops and some lovely public houses and restaurants. Set on a tributary of the River Waveney you can hire canoes and boats locally to enjoy the waterways. Close by are the market towns of Beccles, Halesworth and Loddon all of which have their own attractions with access to the Norfolk Broads, festivals, open air cinemas and a vibrant arts scene. For those who enjoy nature, the area has some beautiful walks and the nature reserves of the Heritage coast can be reached in around 30 minutes. Norwich city is only a twenty-minute drive away and is a picturesque and inviting city with a mainline station to London Liverpool Street. By Car you can easily reach the A140, A12 and A11 giving access out of the county.

Notes: The property is connected to mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Fibre broadband available.

Live like a local

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  • Brampton (Suffolk)

Southwold is a quintessentially British seaside town, with beautiful colourful beach huts lining the promenade and a stunning pier to stroll along and catch the sea air. The High Street also offers a number of unique shops, boutiques and cafés, that could only be found in a town like Southwold.

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