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Lound Road, Blundeston, Lowestoft, NR32

5 bedroom house in Blundeston

Price On Application Freehold

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  • Detached house offering 3500Sq/ft of accommodation  |  Desirable village close to Lowestoft  |  Carriage driveway with tandem garage and double carport  |  Large reception room, kitchen/family room and dining room  |  Lovely garden with views across fields  |  Two bathrooms and an en-suite  |  Utility room with garage access  |  Views over fields

This substantial family house is deceptively larger than it appears from the road, offering families over 3500sq/ft of space across two floors. Set in a quiet road the property benefits from a carriage driveway providing ample parking, along with a tandem length garage and a double carport. You enter a spacious hall which leads to a stunning kitchen/family room enjoying lovely views over the garden and beyond. To either side of the kitchen you have a more formal dining room, and twin doors lead to the main reception room which is 34' long with an inglenook fireplace with wood-burner and log store. With a lovely flow to the accommodation, this would be a great house in which to entertain guests. The ground floor also offers a utility room and a bedroom/study which connects to a Jack and Jill bathroom. This offers great potential for an annex. The first floor has a spacious landing and a further four double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from a sizeable en-suite. There is a large family bathroom that, like the en-suite, features a Jacuzzi bath, twin basins and a power shower. The rear garden is the perfect size for children and pets to play and has far reaching views over the fields at the rear towards the church. This versatile house offers buyers a multitude of opportunities to create a home to their own design, within a lovely setting that offers a rural feel.


Blundeston, with its literary links to Charles Dickens' character, David Copperfield, is a village to the North-West of Lowestoft. The area has some pretty lanes, which are perfect for country walks, and connects to the picturesque Somerleyton Estate. Close to the beaches of Corton and the nature reserve at Gunton Cliffs, Blundeston is set half way between Fritton Lake and Oulton Broad and is well placed for those who enjoy relaxing on the water. Families with children have easy access to Pleasurewood Hills - a great destination for a day of fun. Lowestoft offers all the amenities you would expect of a seaside town with various shopping centres, bars, cinema and theatres. By car, Norwich is around 40 minutes drive. There is also a train service from Lowestoft to Norwich with regular connections to London Liverpool Street.

Inside Southwold

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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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This substantial family house is deceptively larger than it appears from the road, offering families over 3500sq/ft of space across two floors. Set in a quiet road the property benefits from a carriage driveway providing ample parking, along with a tandem length garage and a double carport. You enter a spacious hall which leads to a stunning kitchen/family room enjoying lovely views over the garden and beyond. To either side of the kitchen you have a more formal dining room, and twin doors lead to the main reception room which is 34' long with an inglenook fireplace with wood-burner and log store. With a lovely flow to the accommodation, this would be a great house in which to entertain guests. The ground floor also offers a utility room and a bedroom/study which connects to a Jack and Jill bathroom. This offers great potential for an annex. The first floor has a spacious landing and a further four double bedrooms. The master bedroom benefits from a sizeable en-suite. There is a large family bathroom that, like the en-suite, features a Jacuzzi bath, twin basins and a power shower. The rear garden is the perfect size for children and pets to play and has far reaching views over the fields at the rear towards the church. This versatile house offers buyers a multitude of opportunities to create a home to their own design, within a lovely setting that offers a rural feel.


Blundeston, with its literary links to Charles Dickens' character, David Copperfield, is a village to the North-West of Lowestoft. The area has some pretty lanes, which are perfect for country walks, and connects to the picturesque Somerleyton Estate. Close to the beaches of Corton and the nature reserve at Gunton Cliffs, Blundeston is set half way between Fritton Lake and Oulton Broad and is well placed for those who enjoy relaxing on the water. Families with children have easy access to Pleasurewood Hills - a great destination for a day of fun. Lowestoft offers all the amenities you would expect of a seaside town with various shopping centres, bars, cinema and theatres. By car, Norwich is around 40 minutes drive. There is also a train service from Lowestoft to Norwich with regular connections to London Liverpool Street.

Live like a local

  • Somerleyton
  • Oulton Broad North
  • Haddiscoe
  • Oulton Broad South
  • Lowestoft
  • Berney Arms

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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