Guide Price £345,000
FrontMain Sitting-Fire SittingA KitchenB Dining Corridor BedA Bath

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Features

Light and spacious

Central town location, just off South Green

Free standing fire

Range of built in appliances

Successful holiday let

 

Description

The Property
This excellent apartment is part of the conversion of the iconic Adnams Stable block and is located just off South Green and occupies a great location for easy access to the High Street and the beach and sea. The conversion was undertaken by local developers Hopkins and Moore and has been completed to the highest standard with the property offering spacious, well proportioned rooms with high ceilings and timber floors with zoned underfloor heating. 4 The Stables makes the perfect holiday bolthole and is currently a successful holiday let.

The main living room is accessed via a wide front door and is a light and spacious main reception room. The kitchen area has a well fitted range of floor and wall cupboards with granite worksurfaces and a twin bowl stainless steel sink inset. A range of built in appliances are included with a Neff oven and hob and Hotpoint dishwasher, washing machine and fridge. There is plenty of space for sitting and dining and a free standing fire is an attractive central feature. Off this room a hallway with feature brickwork gives access to the cloakroom and a storage cupboard and leads to the bedroom which has an en suite bathroom with three piece suite - the bath having a shower over with glazed shower screen.

Agent’s note
Items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation.


Location

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.


Property Information

TENURE: The property is leasehold with a lease being granted in January 2011 for a period of 125 years. Service charge for 2016/2017 was £1,271.

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating for the underfloor heating is provided by the gas fired boiler (fitted 2018) in the airing cupboard.

OUTGOINGS: 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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