This period home set in the heart of the town, has featured prominently in the history of Southwold. The original building was home to the local rope making industry which supported the town’s fishermen. Later in its life, the building was converted into the five townhouses we see today by a wealthy businessman for his then unmarried daughters. Today, the property is an imposing and flexible home which can suit a variety of owners. Set back from the road you enter into a wide hall entrance which has had a W.C imaginatively added under the stairs leading to the first floor. The sitting room at the front of the house has a lovely sense of occasion with its wide bay window overlooking the front garden and a feature fireplace. To the rear is a splendid Dining room which has a large window overlooking the rear and a doorway to a scullery and the kitchen. The first floor has two impressive bedrooms along with a shower room. The top floor is configured to work as a self-sufficient apartment with its own kitchen, lounge, bathroom and two bedrooms. Depending on a buyer’s desires this could easily be reincorporated into the main residence. To the rear is a courtyard garden set for easy maintenance perfect for those looking for a bolthole property. Along with a garden store there is also an outside WC. At the rear of the property are twin gates giving vehicular access for those who would value private parking. Offered with no onward chain and with scope for modernisation and reconfiguration, this is an exciting opportunity for a buyer to unleash their imagination to create the seaside home of their dreams.