Built by the current owners in the “New England” style, this impressive family house has a lot to offer. Approached over a sizeable driveway there is plenty of off-road parking. Entered by a light and airy hall with beautiful engineered oak flooring, there is a lovely flow to the accommodation with a snug and cosy family room off to the left. The heart of the house is the stunning kitchen and dining room perfect for entertaining, enhanced with limestone floors and a hand-built kitchen which can be repainted to suit a buyer’s tastes. The dining room opens on to the terrace with lovely views over the garden. The lounge also enjoys twin doors on to the terraced decking, along with a feature fireplace fitted with a multi-fuel fire to make that homely feeling on a winter’s night. The ground floor also has a utility room and a Cloakroom. The first floor has lots of charm benefiting from gable roof shapes to add character to the accommodation. The split level landing leads to a well-appointed family bathroom with a free standing roll top bath. There are four bedrooms with bedrooms two and three having their own split level en-suites, perfect for growing children. The master bedroom has a stunning en-suite, built in wardrobes and bi-folding doors which open on to a wide balcony which offers lovely views. To the rear Is a large garden, hedge enclosed mainly laid to lawn with a vegetable patch to one side. There is rear access to the plot via double gates from the lane to the side. Offered in perfect order throughout the property has a very special feel and is efficient due to its ground source heat pump connected to underfloor heating on the ground floor and radiators for the first floor. Viewing is strongly advised.
Blyford is a popular location set on the River Blyth valley between Southwold and Halesworth. A great spot to explore the Heritage Coast where you can take a day trip to Southwold, Walberswick and the beautiful heathland at Dunwich, or go further afield for boating at Thorpeness and enjoy the arts venues and galleries at Aldeburgh and Snape. For those who enjoy the coast, you have plenty of country walks and the nature reserves nearby. The fine Georgian market town of Halesworth is only a few minutes’ drive away, it offers a selection of independent shops, parks holding concerts and events, a supermarket and some fine cafés, pubs and restaurants. With the A12 easily accessible and train services to London Liverpool street via Ipswich available at Halesworth and Darsham it is easy to travel out of the County.