Today, the twentieth century movement for the Scandinavian influence in architecture led by Finn Juhl and Aren Jacobsen seems more fashionable than ever. The period’s love of clean lines, open-plan, and the desire to welcome light into rooms seems perfect for today’s buyers. This works even better when combined with the latest styles in kitchens and bathrooms. This shining example, occupies a breath-taking position on the cliffs overlooking the sea in the area’s most desired road. The current owners have embarked on a program of total refurbishment and modernisation that leaves them with a stunning home. The heart of the house is the L shaped Kitchen which turns into a large space for dining and also has a family area for sofas taking in the sea views. The contemporary kitchen is a minimalist and sleek design that makes perfect use of the available space and offers the dream room for both cooking and entertaining. This leads through to a more cosy and intimate lounge with a feature fireplace which benefits from a double aspect. The ground floor also has a utility room, WC and plant room. The first floor offers beautiful views from the airy and light landing and also hosts the master bedroom. There are a further three generous bedrooms, along with a deliciously modern bathroom to compliment the en-suite to the second bedroom. There are gardens to both the front and rear of the property with a drive and garage accessible from the back of the property. Having been totally refitted throughout, this is much like a new house and we strongly recommend viewing to enjoy the property and its setting in person.
Gunton is a well-regarded suburb of Lowestoft which started off as a coastal village in its own right and is now recognised as the most affluent and sought after part of the town. Gunton Cliff offers the most desired of all the locations and is home to many substantial and architecturally diverse properties, due to its elevated position on top of the cliffs offering beautiful and far reaching sea views. The beach offers some stunning walks and connects to the Warren, a peaceful local nature reserve home to both local and migrant birds alike. Only a mile or two from the heart of Lowestoft you have access to a thriving High Street with a good mix of shops, bars and restaurants. The picturesque waters of Oulton Broad are perfect for those who sail or wish to hire a day boat to explore the Norfolk Broads. By Car you have easy access to the A47 and A12 which take you to the stunning North Norfolk Coast, or South to the “Heritage Coast” with towns and villages such as Southwold, Walberswick, Snape and Aldeburgh all being within a short drive.