Guide Price £750,000
Front Sitting TV Sea View Main Sitting 2 Kitchen Diner 1 Main Sitting 1 En Suite Bathroom Garden 1 Bedroom 2

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  • Close to Beach and Village Green
  • Parking
  • Successful Holiday Let
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Light and Spacious
  • Front and Rear Gardens


The Property

Sea House is an attractive period residence located just round the corner from Walberswick’s village green and a couple of minutes walk from the beach. The property offers light and spacious accommodation of good propertions with high ceilings on the first and second floors and is laid out with a first floor sitting room to take advantage of sea views. The property is a successful holiday let and would make a perfect second home. On the ground floor the entrance hall has an ornate tiled floor and gives access to the family kitchen/dining room which has a bay window onto the front garden, also on the ground floor is a second sitting room/tv room, a shower room and double bedroom with ensuite. The first floor has the aforemention spacious main sitting room with two further bedrooms and a bathroom and on the second floor is a large double bedroom and shower room.


The gardens of Sea House are a major feature with the property being set back from the road by a front garden laid to lawn with patio. Behind the property is a shared private driveway which gives access to the valuable amenity of the property’s own off road parking and beyond this the rear garden has a large patio, ideal for sitting out, and an archway leading to a lawned garden with shrub borders.



The village of Walberswick is well served by the amenities of two public houses/restaurants, a village shop and various galleries and tea rooms. To the north of Walberswick is the historic coastal town of Southwold which has a buoyant High Street, the town also has golfing and sailing clubs, a unique small cinema and  library. Walberswick, which is well known for it’s artistic connections, lies at the heart of the East Suffolk Heritage coast area, much of which is designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All attractions are within driving distance and include a wide range of walks and cycling routes, and the RSPB sanctuary at Minsmere. To the south of Walberswick is the coastal town of Aldeburgh which is home to the internationally famous music festival with many concerts being held at Snape Maltings

Agent’s note.

If you would like to view Sea House it is let for holidays so please check availabilty in advance with the selling agents before making any journey.



Enter Walberswick on the B1387 and follow the road into the village passing the Anchor public house on your right hand side - on your left is The Terrace with Sea House being the second property  from the far end. For SatNav the postcode is IP18 6TZ.


Property Information

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating is from an oil fired boiler with radiators located throughout the property.

OTHER OUTGOINGS: Further details from Suffolk Coastal District Council, Melton Hill, Woodbridge IP12 1AX Tel: 01394 383789.

VIEWING:  Strictly by appointment with the vendor’s joint sole agents  Halford Wetmore  Tel: 01502 723007 or Jackson Stops and Staff Tel:  01473 218218

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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