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3 bedroom town house for sale


Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Deceptive four storey town house
  • Set on the banks of the River Waveney
  • Fully renovated with a wealth of period features
  • In the centre of Beccles
  • No onward chain
  • Private off road parking
  • Mooring and option to purchase an additional 30ft mooring
  • Boathouse/Summer House

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully presented four storey riverside town house which has been fully renovated, yet retains all of its charm, character and warmth with a wealth of original features, private off road parking and a mooring, all set within easy walking distance of the centre of Beccles.

Ideal either as an impressive permanent residence or as a perfectly placed holiday home, with generously proportioned accommodation across the four floors that consist of an entrance porch, drawing room with an inglenook fireplace and double doors to the sitting room with French doors and a Juliet balcony looking out over the rear garden and the river beyond, stairs leading down to the lower ground floor with a generous kitchen/breakfast room leading out into the garden and the charming dining room with a wealth of exposed timbers and another huge inglenook fireplace. There is also a shower room on this level.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a large four-piece bathroom with the master bedroom offering impressive river views and an en-suite cloakroom located on the top floor.

Other features include a wealth of exposed beams, panelled doors, wooden and stone floors. A private rear garden with a number of brick outbuildings and a timber built boathouse/summer house offering the perfect vantage point from which to enjoy the view over the River Waveney.

The property also benefits from private off road parking, no onward chain and the option to purchase an additional 30ft mooring nearby.


Entrance Porch

Pamment tiled floor, fitted pew style seating, built in boot cupboard. Wall light, part glazed panelled door to:

Drawing Room: 20'0" x 16'0"

Sash window to front aspect with folding shutters, inglenook fireplace with pamment tiled hearth housing a wood burner, wooden floor, panelled walls, exposed timbers, staircase to first floor, double doors to:

Sitting Room: 14'5" x 11'7" (14'7" max)

French doors with a Juliet balcony looking out over the rear garden and the river beyond, wooden floor and staircase down to:


Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 14'5" x 11'7" (14'7" max)

Range of fitted units with a Butler sink and solid timber worktops, space for a range style cooker with extractor hood, built in fridge and dishwasher, Travertine tiled floor, window and door to rear leading out into the enclosed rear garden.

Shower Room

Low level w/c, hand basin, shower enclosure, tiled floor and walls, extractor fan and latch door.

Dining Room: 20'4" x 19'4" (15'4" min)

A cosy and charming reception room with incredible character focussed around a large inglenook fireplace with a stone hearth housing a wood burner, Travertine tiled floor, extensive exposed timbers and a feature alcove. Two feature leaded internal windows.



Wooden floor, built in cupboard, door to staircase to second floor.

Bedroom 2: 14'4" x 14'2"

Window to rear with river views, two feature leaded windows, exposed timbers. Angled ceiling.

Bedroom 3: 12'0" x 9'4"

Folding double doors from the landing, sash window to front aspect with folding shutters, cast iron fireplace with pamment tiled hearth, wooden floor. Feature leaded and stained interior window.


Free standing bath, two wash hand basins, a high flush w/c, wooden floor, sash window to front aspect with folding shutters, wall lights, feature leaded and glazed internal window, panelled door, extractor fan.


A space saver staircase leads up to the

Master Bedroom 18'11" (12'10" min) x 11'7"

Angled ceiling with exposed timbers, windows to rear aspect with far reaching river views. Access to eaves storage.

En-Suite Cloakroom

Low level w/c, hand basin, tiled floor, extractor fan, latch door.


The rear garden is divided into several sections as it leads down to the water's edge; the first tier, leading straight out from the kitchen, is arranged as a paved, gravelled and cobbled sun terrace with outside water, power and lighting, and a timber log store.

The next area is laid mainly to lawn with a brick built Outbuilding: 8'11" x 8'0", ideal as an office or studio with views out towards the river, and power, light and water connected. There is also a further range of height outbuildings with power and light connected, ideal for storage/workshop use.

The final section of garden runs down to the water's edge with quay headed river frontage extending for approximately 14'6", with a fixed ladder to ease access onto a suitable dinghy or day boat style craft.

The Boathouse/Summer House has storage for an appropriate size boat underneath with steps up to Room 1: 9'3" x 7'8" laid out as a kitchen and bar area with power and water connected leading to Room 2: 9'3" x 7'8" with a picture window looking out over the river, offering the perfect vantage point to appreciate the beautiful location, whatever the weather.


Set so close to the centre of Beccles, where parking can be limited, this property benefits from two off road parking spaces located a short walk away from the house itself.


Located on the opposing river bank, yet within walking distance of the property is a further freehold mooring suitable for a boat measuring up to 30ft (approx). The mooring consists of a timber landing stage with stunning views, and can be accessed from the house by boat or foot via a public footpath. This is not included within the current asking price, but could be purchased by separate arrangement. Further information is available upon request.


Tenure: Freehold
Mains Services: Electricity, water and drainage
Electric night storage heating

Whilst it is our intention that these sales particulars offer a fair and accurate account, they are provided for guidance purposes only and do not constitute part of any offer or contract.

All measurements are approximate and we have not tested any equipment or services, and no warranty is given or implied that these are in working order.

Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves by inspection or by further investigation via their solicitor or surveyor.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
29 August 2016


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