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Holton Road, Halesworth








1,824 sq ft

169 sq m

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Key features

  • Detached, 1930s property with three double bedrooms
  • Loads of original features, including windows, floorboards, picture rails and high ceilings
  • 50m2 of ground floor living space
  • A stunning plot, with mature planting, vegetable patch and orchard
  • Set back off the road, with a good-sized South-facing front garden
  • Designated 'amenity space' behind, which cannot be built on
  • Parking for at least six cars and a single garage
  • A large timber workshop/garage and a summerhouse
  • Rewired and replumbed 3-4 years ago, with large hot water tank installed
  • Perfectly located in between Holton and Halesworth, and only eight miles from the coast


Highbank has the best of both worlds – rewired and replumbed just a few years ago, yet still full of original 1930s features, including front door, picture rails with high ceilings, staircase and windows. Well-proportioned, with over 50m2 ground floor living space, a large workshop, parking for several cars and a mature garden, it is also ideally located on the Holton Road in between Holton and Halesworth, and just eight miles from the coast at Southwold

The 1930S Property Crammed With Original Features. - Highbank is a handsome example of 1930s architecture. A good sized, South-facing front garden with mature conifers provides privacy from the road, whilst the tarmac driveway accommodates a number of cars in front of the house, in addition to a wide single garage.

Inside, the hallway has a useful alcove for coats and shoes, an under-stair cupboard and engineered wood flooring which runs through the hall and kitchen. To the left, the lounge/diner is used by the current vendors as an office. A beautifully spacious 25m2, there are windows to front and rear and a fireplace which has been opened up ready to be lined for a wood burner. Opposite the front door is the kitchen/breakfast room, with a WC and lobby, with door to the garden. The solid wood worktops and cabinetry is a perfect fit for the era of the house. There is room for a four or six-seater dining table overlooking the garden. To the front of the property, and with an original serving hatch to the kitchen, is the sitting room. South facing, with a large bay window, feature fireplace with wood burner, and original floorboards, this could work equally well as a dining room, leaving the other reception room as a large, comfortable lounge. Moving upstairs, the 1930s features continue with a panelled staircase, and original windows (in need of some TLC and with secondary glazing), picture rails, high ceilings and floorboards. Bedroom one sits above the lounge/diner, with windows to front and rear. Formerly with an ensuite on the other side of the bathroom wall, this could easily be reinstated and at nearly 20m2 there would be plenty of room to do so. Bedroom two to the front has the same large, South-facing bay as the sitting room below, and two double cupboards built into the alcoves. Bedroom three, whilst the smallest, is still a generous 13m2, with the original airing cupboard and three windows, one of which overlooks the garden. The family bathroom has a recently installed traditional-style suite and a bath with thermostatic shower over. The spacious landing also has a double width airing cupboard with plenty of shelving and a large hot water tank, added when the house was replumbed and rewired a few years ago. Alongside its generous accommodation and original features, the outside space at Highbank is a huge draw. Within the grounds, there is a large workshop/garage with power, a garden shed and summer house, and a delightful pergola with climbing roses, honeysuckle and two walkways – one leading through a thriving vegetable patch and the other leading through to an orchard and wildlife haven behind. A willow fence and hedging provide a backdrop to several fruit trees, and the area beyond has been designated 'amenity space' which cannot be built on – perfect for dog walking! In a great location for access to amenities, transport and the coast, and with equally desirable space both inside and out, Highbanks is rich in history and a comfortable family home

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Council Tax Band D


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Band: D
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Holton Road, Halesworth


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  • Halesworth Station0.7 miles
  • Brampton Station3.8 miles
  • Darsham Station4.8 miles
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