Peace and tranquility, field views, flexible accommodation, large gardens and access to the heritage coast are on offer with this property.
“If you are looking for a rural property, close to the coast, forests and heaths and with all local amenities then this could be the perfect property for you.”
Entering the property via the carriage driveway with path to the front door which opens to the internal porch and the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to. The Dining room with bay window to front and multi fuel burner, the fitted kitchen has door to the utility room. The extended lounge has patio doors to the rear and leads to study / bedroom with door to the conservatory and the ensuite shower room. Adjacent to the ground floor wet room is another reception room currently used as a bedroom.
On the first floor there are 3 good sized double bedrooms with ensuite shower room to the main bedroom and family bathroom.
To the front of the property, the carriage driveway provides ample parking and leads to a large double garage with twin up and over doors power and light (potential to convert to home office or annex – subject to planning etc.) and to a five-bar gate providing access to the rear gardens. Outside the conservatory is private garden with patio and fish pond. The remaining substantial gardens of around 1/2 acre was once used to home a pony. A useful timber shed, green house, and shelter.
This property offers amazing potential and for the right buyer an opportunity to create an exceptional, forever home.
About the area.
Situated in the village of Sutton which has a good pub, recreation ground and is home to Sutton Hoo a Saxon burial ground and the inspiration for the film ‘The Dig’. The neighbouring village of Shottisham has a beautiful thatched public house serving very good food. 5 miles away is the riverside, market town of Woodbridge which has a good marina, train station, schools and plenty of both national and independent shops. Further towards the coast is the popular coastal village of Bawdsey and Ramsholt with the well renowned Ramsholt Arms public house / restaurant.
The surrounding area is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty with an abundance of walks through the Heaths and Forests. The river provides many leisure pursuits and the nearby coast line makes for a wonderful day out. The ameneties in the area are good with a doctor’s surgery in the neighbouring village of Alderton, village shops in both Alderton and Hollesley, the primary schools feed into Farlingaye high school – an ofstead rated very good school.