Waterheath Road, Aldeby, Beccles

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | Offers in the region of £480,000

  • Detached Bungalow
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • 2 Acre Plot
  • Multitude of Outbuildings
  • Rural Village Location
  • Potential for Extension
  • Stables With Concrete Floor
  • Ample Off Road Parking
  • Multi-Fuel Fireplace

Basking in a two acre plot (STS) we are proud to offer this fantastically presented detached bungalow in the rural village of Aldeby. The property itself boasts three double bedrooms, spacious kitchen/dining room with vaulted ceiling, bathroom and separate wet-room, and much more. Within the grounds you will find plenty of parking, paddocks, a large workshop, stables and other various outbuildings.

A substantial detached bungalow basking in a two acre plot (STS) well equipped for equestrian use, with space for two horses. The property itself boasts three double bedrooms, spacious kitchen/dining room with vaulted ceiling, bathroom and separate wet-room, and much more. Within the grounds you will find plenty of parking, paddocks, a large workshop, stables and various other outbuildings.

Accommodation comprises briefly:

- Entrance Hall

- Wet Room

- Utility Room

- Boot Room

- Office

- Kitchen/Dining Room

- Bathroom

- Sitting Room

- Three Double Bedrooms

- Workshop

- Stables

- Various Other Outbuildings

The Property

Stepping through the front door you are welcomed by an entrance hall that links the kitchen and utility room, and also gives access to the wet-room, which is fitted with toilet, wash basin and walk-in shower. The utility room houses the modern hot water system and provides worktop space with storage below and a sink inset. A neat boot room provides useful storage and bridges between the utility room and garage, which has been converted and currently used as an office. The kitchen/dining room is a light and spacious area with an attractive vaulted ceiling and remote control Velux windows above. This versatile space has plenty of room to accommodate a substantial dining set, and space to stand two tall fridge-freezers (or one American style) has been left in one corner. A vast array of wall and floor mounted cupboards provide masses of storage and beneath the countertop there is space and plumbing for a stand-alone dishwasher to be fitted. The Rangemaster cooker with extractor over is included as part of the sale. To the back of the kitchen is a hallway that links the remaining rooms of the property. The sitting room is generous in size and is a delightful, cosy place to retire to, with a multi-fuel burning stove sitting pride of place and French doors that open out into the rear garden. The main bathroom sits centrally within the property and is equipped with bath, toilet and wash basin. Moving down the hallway you will find the three bedrooms, all of which are good sized double rooms and one has the benefit of a built-in double wardrobe.


The L shaped plot is two acres (STS) in size with much to offer. The front approach provides parking for many vehicles on the concrete hardstanding. A shingle driveway provides further parking and leads through an attractive front garden along past the right side of the property. To the left hand side a large iron gate gives way and the hardstanding continues, providing vehicular access to the rest of the grounds, stables and outbuildings. To the rear of the property is a spacious patio area laid to paving slabs and links to the raised pond with pagoda standing over. The most substantial outbuilding measures over 25 feet square with a large portion of which dedicated to a workshop. The remaining part is currently used as stabling with power, drainage and concrete floor, suitable for housing two horses. Other outbuildings include a large garden store at approximately 9' by 20' in size and another large storage unit at approximately 10' by 25'. The remaining open space is laid to grass and paddocks, an ideal setup for those looking to expand upon the equestrian use.


Aldeby is approximately 6 miles from the market town of Beccles, with its excellent range of shopping facilities and railway station which provides a link to Lowestoft and the Ipswich London line. Burgh St Peter Staithe is approx 3 miles away where you have access to all manner of water activities. There are also plenty of walks available in the area with the marshes providing a large range of wildlife and a wealth of birdlife. The Waveney Centre is also nearby giving you access to a village shop, public house and river walks.

Fixtures and Fittings

All fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.


Oil fired central heating. Mains electric and water. Private drainage.

EPC Rating: D

Local Authority

East Suffolk Council

Tax Band: D

Postcode: NR34 0EL

Agents Note

The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.


Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.

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