Set off Palmers Lane, this attached period home is an exciting proposition. Reputed to originally have been a pump house, the property offers a wealth of Edwardian external architectural influences and beautiful herringbone block flooring internally. Having been extended in more recent times, the property has well balanced accommodation making a great family home. The ground floor has a welcoming lounge with the focal point being an attractive brick fireplace with a large timber mantle setting the tone of the room. The bay window overlooking the garden is a great place to watch the seasons unfurl. The extension offers a very modern and contemporary kitchen-diner perfect for entertaining, with shaker style units in a light finish that enhances the feeling of space and light. The ground floor also offers a shower room along with a room that works equally well as a bedroom or a study. The first floor has three further double bedrooms all with views over the garden, along with the family bathroom. The garden is secluded and is mainly laid to lawn with a thatched summer house looking towards the house. To the other end is a small copse. The driveway leads into the garden so there is ample parking and space for a garage if required. A fantastic home that would make a great bolthole and is currently a successful holiday let. Offered with no onward chain and vacant possession, we highly advise viewing to appreciate the opportunity at hand.
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.