Strickland Place, Southwold

Guide Price £950,000

  • 6
  • 2
  • 2

Six bedroom semi-detached house in Southwold

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Key Features

  • Generous Accommodation
  • Great Potential
  • Superb Location
  • Garage
  • Nice Sized Garden
  • No Onward Chain

Property Description

1 Strickland Place is a well-proportioned six bedroom period property tucked away behind Nursemaids Green in the centre of the town. Whilst now in need of modernising the property offers the opportunity to create a wonderful family home in this unique location. Retaining many period features including timber floors, fireplaces and high ceilings with original cornicing, providing a sense of space and grandeur.

On the ground floor are two reception rooms overlooking the front aspect, with the second larger room having direct access to the garden and access to a bathroom offering an ideal opportunity for a ground floor bedroom suite. The kitchen/dining room is located at the rear of the property and a rear hall with cloakroom gives access to the rear garden.

Stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor where a split level landing leads to two spacious double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The main family bathroom is generous in size and has a freestanding roll top bath. Stairs rise again to the second floor. On this floor are four bedrooms all of which offers lovely views. Of particular note are the front facing bedrooms, which offer wonderful views over the common towards the sea.

OUTSIDE 1 Strickland Place is approached through a pretty front garden and to rear is an enclosed garden with a brick garage accessed via Gardner Road.


LOCATION Situated in arguably one of the best positions in the historic coastal town of Southwold, the house sites itself on the edge of the common, with commanding views over the town, common, harbour and to the sea. The bustling Southwold High Street is only a few minutes' walk away, where there is a wide range of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, amenities and services. The town is well known for the Adnams Brewery, pier, lighthouse, sailing club and golf course. There are good transport connections in the area with the A12 Great Yarmouth to London road just 4 miles to the west, and the railway station at Halesworth which offers a service to London's Liverpool Street station via Ipswich. The surrounding area offers a variety of walks and Minsmere RSPB sanctuary is just to the east of the attractive village of Westleton.

AGENTS NOTE The property is offered for sale for permanent occupation only.

TENURE Leasehold - A new 250 year lease has been created. Full details available from the Agent.

VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agent's Southwold Office.

SERVICES Mains services are connected. (Durrants has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order).

LOCAL AUTHORITY East Suffolk Council. Band - G

DURRANTS BUILDING CONSULTANCY Our Building Consultancy Team will be happy to provide advice to prospective buyers on planning applications, architectural design, building regulations and project management - please contact the team directly on 01379 646603 quoting 5 Strickland Place.

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98 High Street, Southwold, Suffolk, IP18 6DP

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