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Barnaby Green, Southwold, IP18

Guide Price
£1,500,000
Added on 17/06/2021
Winkworth, Southwold
PROPERTY TYPE
House
BEDROOMS
x5
BATHROOMS
x5

Key features

  • Prominent Southwold residence
  • Office/Shop to one end of the house
  • 5/6 Bedrooms
  • 4/5 Reception Rooms
  • Parking
  • Resistance pool and hot tub
  • Front Balcony on first floor
  • Tower room with balcony on the 2nd floor
  • Two secluded garden areas
  • Accommodation over three floors

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Set overlooking a small green, this character home built circa 1914 offers a wealth of space and flexibility. Home to a well-regarded local architect and his family for over thirty years, it is a substantial family home which integrates seamlessly with an office/retail space set on the corner. The main part of the house is an elegant double-fronted affair, with a wide hallway leading off to the main sitting room, which like many of the rooms, offers a lovely wide bay window and a feature fireplace. To the back is the dining room which opens onto its own private courtyard garden and this connects to a cosy family room and the kitchen with its homely Rayburn capturing the feeling of old world charm. The house is practical too, with a good sized pantry and also a laundry room set behind to the rear. The pool room is a wonderful, modern addition, boasting bi-folding doors to one wall and a counter-current jet pool for continuous swimming with a hot tub at the far end to relax in. The first floor has four well-proportioned double bedrooms, although one is currently set up as a cinema room, and this will be sold with the audio/visual equipment remaining. Along with access to the main shower room, three of the bedrooms have the advantage of en-suite bathrooms, with the master bedroom also having a dressing area with a number built-in wardrobes. A fine feature is the balcony set off the landing, which has a lovely view over Barnaby Green, a perfect spot for morning tea. The second floor offers a lovely split-level landing with an attractive gable dormer window which works well as an office area. The south end has a room currently set up as a gym, with the equipment set around the chimney to good effect. There is a bedroom/store which offers eaves storage and a wide corridor currently utilised as a hobbies room which leads on to the final bedroom. Set on the North side of the property, this bedroom has access to the tower room which offers views West to East across the Town. A small balcony area adjoining, is a lovely place to experience the bustle of the town from a fascinating vantage point. The Office set on the corner connects to the dining room and also has a workshop and double storey storage area. This could make a retail unit (S.T.P) or could be reincorporated into accommodation for the main body of the house. Outside, there are two garden areas, the private courtyard garden accessed from the Utility room and the Dining room, and also the main garden area adjoining the pool room, conservatory and the family room. The garden is set for easy maintenance, and is a lovely sun trap. Surrounded by a high wall it offers a high degree of privacy. A gate leads out to a parking space tucked to the side of the garden. A fine, elegantly proportioned home which would suit year round occupancy, or owing to the number of en-suites it could work very well as holiday home. Viewing is strongly advised to appreciate the scope of the accommodation on offer.

Southwold is a charming and characterful small market town set on the East Coast at the mouth of the River Blyth. With its heritage based around fishing which still takes place today, today the town is now popular with holiday makers from all around the UK. The town has lots to enjoy, offering traditional seaside attractions such as a Pier with amusements, the Electric Picture Palace cinema, ice cream parlours, and some lovely pubs and restaurants. Southwold’s golf club offers a fine course and the town has a thriving community with a yearly arts festival and open air cinema events. The nearby Latitude festival always attracts a diverse range of artists from a wide range of genres. Southwold is perfectly placed on the Heritage Coast to explore the delights of the local area. Attractions include nearby Walberswick which offers grassy dunes, pubs for hearty meals and crabbing in the estuary. Historic Dunwich, has a renowned fish and chip shop and lovely walks through the heathlands. Further along the coast you have Thorpeness, with its pretty boating lake, Snape, which has a great arts scene and hosts concerts for international artists, and Aldeburgh which offers great facilities for sailing. By train you have access to London Liverpool Street at both Darsham and Halesworth, and the A12 trunk road runs along the coast, giving easy access towards London the M25 and the South East.


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