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3 bedroom house for sale

East Cliff, Southwold, Suffolk

Guide Price £997,500

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Sea Views

Full description

Barley House is an exquisite Victorian town house located in a rarely available position enjoying wonderful, uninterrupted sea views from the frontal aspect. The property dates back to around 1857 and offers spacious and light accommodation set over four floors which has been sympathetically renovated and beautifully furnished with modern features, yet retains much of its original character and charm.
On the lower ground level is the charming kitchen come dining room. The beautiful handmade kitchen is well equipped with granite work surfaces with storage underneath, there is also a central island providing a breakfast bar and houses further storage space. The kitchen also benefits from a walk in pantry/utility room and spacious larder cupboard. The other side of the room provides space for a large dining table, from this area is access to the rear courtyard, with a patio and a tool-shed. The spacious and light living room/study currently sits on the upper ground floor, with original floorboards, a characterful gas fireplace and wonderful coastal views.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, the front bedroom has been completely refurbished incorporating the bath and washbasin into the open plan contemporary design. The second back bedroom, with ensuite shower room overlooks the roof tops of Southwold towards the Lighthouse and St Edmunds Church. The second floor offers an exquisite and light master bedroom suite with stunning uninterrupted sea views through two beautiful large sash windows, there is also a dressing room which could be utilised as a further bedroom, and a luxury en-suite bathroom.

Barley House is situated on East Cliff a stone’s throw away from the beach and is conveniently located in the conservation area in Southwold.
The historic coastal town of Southwold occupies a prominent position on the East Suffolk Heritage Coast and is designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town offers a popular variety of shops, renowned pubs, restaurants and hotels and is home to Adnams Ale and The Sole Bay Brewery. There are also picturesque beaches, golf courses and sailing opportunities.
For schooling is the nearby noteworthy St. Felix school, and just a short drive away is the village of Walberswick, forest walks of Dunwich and the award winning bird reserve at Minsmere.
For the commuter there are train stations at Halesworth and Darsham to the south and easy access to the main A12 which links the east coast to London and the country’s motorway network.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 October 2016

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