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Front
Reception Room
Front Views
Rear
Kitchen
Reception Room
Bedroom 1
Shower Room
Bedroom 2
Hall
Bedroom 1
Reception
Communal Garden

Marsh End Flats, Ferry Road, Walberswick, IP18

2 bedroom flat/apartment in Ferry Road

£475,000 Share of Freehold

  • Bedrooms 2
  • Reception rooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Moments from the sea and a public house.  |  First floor apartment  |  Two bedrooms  |  Large rooms  |  Communal Gardens  |  Parking  |  Perfect bolthole  |  Used as a holiday let currently  |  No onward chain
Front
Reception Room
Front Views
Rear
Kitchen
Reception Room
Bedroom 1
Shower Room
Bedroom 2
Hall
Bedroom 1
Reception
Communal Garden

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This first floor, two bedroom apartment offers a wealth of charm and it is set within a prominent building in the Village. With a licensed residents' parking area to one side, the property is nicely set back from the road behind a gated wall with communal gardens to the front. The apartment is generously proportioned, the heart of the property is a lovely double aspect reception room with views over the grounds to the rear. Used as a holiday let currently, the property is offered in excellent condition throughout with a refitted bathroom and kitchen both in a sleek and contemporary style. The two double bedrooms are both well sized and take advantage of long views towards the sea at the front. The property has plenty of storage and outside there is a space for a garden shed to store bikes and beach equipment. At the back of the property is a further communal garden which offers a good degree of seclusion. A rare opportunity to purchase at this price in one of the area’s most prized villages.

One of the Heritage Coast’s most desired villages, Walberswick has a charm that is hard to resist. Set on the South side of the mouth of the River Blyth, looking towards Southwold, the village has a fantastic community, and over the last hundred years it has drawn residents from the arts, film and media with strong links to the English impressionist movement in the late 1800’s. The village offers a well-stocked local shop and two well-regarded public houses; The Anchor and The Bell, which both offer fine food and local ales. On the picturesque village green there is a tea room and shop. Further afield, the Heritage Coast has many fine destinations for a day out with Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh and Dunwich all accessible in a short drive. The area has some beautiful beaches and offers stunning walks through the local nature reserves, with a pedestrian footbridge leading to Southwold itself. By car the A12 connects to the M25 and beyond. Train services to London Liverpool Street can be found at either Halesworth or Darsham.

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