Set in a lovely spot in the older, cul-de-sac part of the High Street opposite the picturesque Church of St. Peter and St. Pauls. This single storey dwelling is an interesting project, located within a short walk of the village pub and shop there is potential to take this property in several directions. Originally the blacksmiths workshop, the property has a fantastic principle room with characterful vaulted ceilings and exposed timber frames. This could make a stunning open plan reception area, or for other buyers, maybe be the perfect space for someone looking for a studio or gallery space. To the rear of the property is a double bedroom and bathroom accessed by a lobby, with a sizeable kitchen area (currently only fitted with a sink) and a dining area with double doors opening on to the private and secluded garden. The front of the property has single skin walls which would need to be considered for mortgage applications although it is possible to convert these. The vendors have plans available to convert into a two/three-bedroom configuration. In all, this could make a great holiday let, bolt hole or be a great location for an artist’s studio and gallery.
Wangford, set just three miles from Southwold is a charming village with a popular public house a community shop, and within half a mile is a terrific farm shop selling fresh produce from the local area. There are regular bus services into Southwold, by car the village is set for easy access to Lowestoft and the Georgian market towns of Halesworth and Beccles the latter of which accesses the picturesque Norfolk Broads. A prime spot on the Heritage coast it is the perfect position to explore, Dunwich, Walberswick and the many costal walks in the area. Set just off the A12 there are easy road links out of the county and there are train stations at both Saxmundham, Halesworth and Lowestoft.