Guide Price £850,000
FrontLarge View Sitting2 Kitchen2 Dining Garden Bath1 MasterBed Workshop2 Landing Bed4 Bed3

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Features

Substantial Detached House – 3,500 sq ft

Views over Reydon Marshes

Extremely Spacious Accommodation

4 Double Bedrooms

Workshops

Gardens

Double Garage and Parking

 

Description

The Property

Boreas House is a substantial detached residence of about 3,500 sq ft located on a private road which runs down to the beach and sea. Built for the current owners the property has extensive workshops on the ground floor which would be ideal as studios or could be incorporated into the general living accommodation. Having notably spacious rooms and a purpose built lift to all floors Boreas House enjoys wonderful views from the upper floors over Reydon Marshes. On the ground floor a spacious entrance hall gives access to the garage and both workshops along with utility room and handy cloakroom. The first floor has a very spacious landing and the large main family room enjoys the aformentioned views and gives direct access to the kitchen/breakfast room which is extensively fitted with built in oven and hob. Also on this floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom.   The second floor’s large landing is used as a study and the master bedroom has outstanding views and direct access to the second floor bathroom - also on this floor is a further large double bedroom.

Outside
At the front of the property is an off road parking area which leads to the intergral double garage which has a remote control door and doors to side access and directly into the house. Behind the property is pretty, sunny low maintenance garden with a variety of shrubs and trees and plenty of space for sitting out.


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.

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