Fairfield Drive, Saxmundham, Suffolk | Asking Price Of, £435,000


A detached post-war bungalow occupying a large plot in a secluded non-estate location close to the town centre and railway station. Potential to extend and convert the roof space (stpp), 2 double bedrooms, large sitting room/diner, kitchen/breakfast room, garden room, integral garage, gothic studio.
This most attractive post-war detached bungalow is set in a large, private and sunny plot which is thought to extend to about a third of an acre (subject to survey and measurement). Located in a secluded spot close to the High Street, the bungalow lies within walking distance of the local shops, supermarkets, railway station and doctors' surgery. The property was built in the grounds of the former Fairfield House mansion and retains part of the original flint-walled garden including a unique and enchanting 19th century gothic summer house. This outbuilding could be adapted for use as a garden office or studio. The bungalow has two large double bedrooms served by a family bathroom/shower room. There is potential to incorporate the garage and workshop into the accommodation and applicants may wish to explore the option of converting the large loft space into additional bedroom(s) subject to the usual consents. The existing living space includes a large south facing sitting room and a kitchen/breakfast room which has a built in pantry. The property is centrally heated by gas-fired radiators and benefits from double glazing. An early appointment is strongly recommended in order to appreciate the scope and potential to enhance and develop this delightful property.

Saxmundham has excellent amenities including both Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets, fine local shops with galleries and restaurants. The town has a Wednesday market and a railway station which provides connecting services to London Liverpool Street station, Norwich, Cambridge and Lowestoft. Attractions in this part of Suffolk include the world famous Snape Maltings Concert Hall which is the home to the Aldeburgh Festival and the attractions of the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold. There are wonderful walks at nearby Tunstall Forest and along the Alde estuary at Iken Cliff, ancient castles to explore at Framlingham and Orford and golf courses at nearby Hinton, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Halesworth. Saxmundham has a primary school and a High (Free) School.

VIEWING By appointment with Jennie Jones Estate Agents 01728 605511

saxmundham@jennie-jones.com www.jennie-jones.com

LOCAL AUTHORITY Suffolk Coastal District Council, East Suffolk House, Station Road, Melton Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1RT

Tel: 01394 383789

SERVICES Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.

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Distance London 106 miles

Ipswich 21 miles

Aldeburgh 7 miles

Schools Saxmundham Primary School

Brook Farm Road. IP17 1XQ

Telephone: 01728 602205

Saxmundham High School

Seaman Avenue. IP17 1DZ

Telephone 01728 633910 Railway Station Station Approach Saxmundham

Doctor´s surgery Lambsale Meadow

Saxmundham IP17 1DY

Telephone 01728 602022

Supermarkets Tesco Saxmundham

Waitrose Saxmundham

Sports centre Leiston Leisure Centre (pool)

Red House Lane. IP16 4LS

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Floorplan for Fairfield Drive, Saxmundham, Suffolk