Guide Price £525,000
Front Sitting Kitchen1 RearofProp Bed2 Bath1 Kitchen3 Garden Bath2 Bed1 PatioView Cloak Kitchen2

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Grade II Listed Cottage

Town Centre Location

Period Features

2 Bedrooms

Newly Renovated

Attactive Patio Garden


The Property
This excellent property, believed to be one of the oldest in the town, offers a wealth of character features and has just been thoroughly refurbished. Offering easy access to the High Street and the sea front 19 Church Street would seemingly make a perfect holiday retreat and is ready to move in.

On entering the cottage the main sitting room has a large brick fireplace with cupboards either side and a wonderful exposed timber ceiling. A door leads through to the bright extended family kitchen dining room which has bi-fold doors on to the back garden and a glazed cupola which brings in plenty of light. The kitchen area has a range of newly fitted floor and wall units with natural timber worksurfaces and there is a stainless steel sink, built in oven and hob and built in dishwasher and washing machine. The ground floor bathroom has been fitted with a new contemporary suite with wall tiling. On the first floor are two bedrooms and a handy cloakroom.

At the rear of 19 Church Street is a wonderful patio garden which measures about 30’ in depth and is laid to Indian sandstone with raised shrub border and timber garden shed. A private gate leads to a pedestrian walkway for the putting out of bins etc.


The historic coastal town of Southwold occupies a prominent position on the East Suffolk Heritage Coast and is well placed for access to all amenities in the area which is designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town has a bustling High Street which offers a wide range of shops which cater for most day-to-day needs and there is also a library, unique small cinema and golfing and sailing clubs. The East Suffolk coast boasts a wide variety of attractions including many walks by the sea and inland, notably in Dunwich Forest, a network of designated cycle routes and for birdwatchers the renowned RSPB bird sanctuary at Minsmere. To the south is the coastal town of Aldeburgh which is home to the internationally famous music festival with many concerts being held at the Snape Maltings complex.

From the agent’s Southwold offices proceed up the High Street and turn left immediately before the Co op - this is Church Street and the property will be found a short way down on your left hand side. For SatNav the postcode is IP18 6JG.

Property Information

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating for the main property is provided by the gas fired boiler in the kitchen.

OUTGOINGS: Council Tax Band - ‘D’ Further details from Waveney District Council, Town Hall, Lowestoft NR32 1HS Tel: 01502 562111.

IMPORTANT NOTE: These details are believed to be correct and are intended to give a fair description of the property, although their accuracy is not guaranteed and interested parties should rely on their own measurements and enquiries. None of the services or appliances have been tested by the selling agents and no warranty is given or implied as to their current working order. No fixtures, fittings, furnishings or effects save those that are specifically mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale, and any item not so noted is expressly excluded. It should not be assumed that any contents, furnishings or furniture shown in the photographs are included in the sale. In order to show as such of the property as possible some photographs in these details may have been taken using a wide angle lens

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