This Late 18th Century Grade II Listed Townhouse is well presented and full of charm and character, situated close to the town's facilities with an attractive rear garden, brick outbuildings and parking.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
- Spacious Hallway with an Impressive Staircase
- Cloakroom & Cellar
- Sitting Room with a Gas 'Wood-Burning' Stove
- Kitchen Opening into the Dining Room
- Three First Floor Double Bedrooms
- En-suite & Family Bathroom
- Second Floor Bedroom & Store Room
- Original Features - Fireplaces, Mouldings, Doors
- Sash Windows
- Brick Outbuildings/Workshop/Stores
- Attractive Walled Courtyard Garden
- Gas Central Heating
- Walking distance to Shops and the Train Station
- Opposite Town Park leading out to country walks & cycle paths - perfect for Dog Owners/Walkers/Runners or Cyclists.
- Chain Free
Suggate House offers accommodation over three floors with a small cellar housing the gas central heating boiler. The front door opens into a spacious central hallway with an elegant Georgian staircase. A sitting room to the front houses a gas fire in one of the many attractive period fireplaces which are found throughout the house, with steps up to a study area with French windows leading out to the rear garden. The dining room opens into a fitted kitchen to the rear with pamment flooring and overlooks the garden. In the hallway is a cloakroom and a door to the cellar and rear garden. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. A further bedroom can be found on the second floor, along with a large room currently used for storage, these rooms have sloping ceilings and therefore limited head height.
A shared driveway beside the house leads into a cobbled area to the rear of the garden with parking. There are a range of red brick outbuildings suitable for a variety of uses, but currently used for storage, garaging and a workshop. The attractive walled courtyard garden is well planted with box hedges, climbers, shrubs and flower beds with paved areas for sitting out.
Halesworth provides many independent shops, range of schools, public houses, restaurants, doctors, vets and a supermarket. It has a thriving centre of arts for the community called 'The Cut' which is close by and used as a theatre, cinema, exhibitions and workshops. Within close walking distance is a train station with services to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich. The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are a 20 minute drive away.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Gas central heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage connected.
East Suffolk District Council
Tax Band: D
Postcode: IP19 8EY
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 on completion.
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