St Margarets Crescent, Leiston | £225,000


An attractive mid twentieth century semi detached three bedroom family house in a popular residential area within walking distance of the town centre and within convenient reach of the Suffolk Heritage Coast. The property has great potential and deserves early viewing. Good parking, sunny garden.
This most appealing semi-detached post-war family house is situated in a popular residential area on the western edge of Leiston, within walking distance of the town centre amenities and within convenient reach, by car, of the beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast. The house, which would benefit from general updating, is centrally heated by gas fired radiators. The boiler has recently been replaced. The accommodation has a spacious sitting room and a separate dining room which is adjacent to the fitted kitchen. There is potential to open the kitchen and dining room into one room. The original coal shed and stores have been altered to create a very useful utility room and rear lobby. There is a downstairs w.c. and a first floor bathroom. The bedrooms (two doubles and a single room) are well proportioned and benefit from built in wardrobes. The garden is of a generous size and offers space to extend the accommodation (subject to the usual consents). There is a wide frontage with a driveway that affords good off street parking and a pretty front garden. The property retains many original architectural details including lovely original internal doors and door furniture. An internal inspection is strongly recommended to appreciate the style and the potential of the accommodation offered within.

SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION  4.45m x 3.37m; 3.08m Entrance Hall; Sitting Room 4.45m x 3.37m; Dining Room 3.08m x 2.72m; Kitchen 3.07m x 2.68m; Cloakroom; Rear Lobby; Utility Room 4.20m 1.83m; Landing;

Bedroom One 3.65m x 3.33m; Bedroom Two 4.49m x 2.54m; Bedroom Three 2.80m x 2.42m; Bathroom 1.95m x 1.68m.

Leiston is a very well served Suffolk town with a proud industrial heritage which is celebrated by the excellent Long Shop Museum. The town has good local amenities, local shops, a supermarket, a cinema, dental practice and doctors' surgery. There is a sports centre with an excellent swimming pool and a primary school and high school. The beautiful beaches at Sizewell, and Aldeburgh and the renowned Minsmere Bird Reserve are accessible off-road on foot or cycle. Dunwich, Havergate Island and the golf courses at Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Southwold are within easy reach by car, as is the internationally famous Snape Maltings concert hall founded by Benjamin Britten.

The nearby town of Saxmundham benefits from a Tesco and Waitrose supermarket and a railway station with connecting services to London Liverpool Street. 

VIEWING

By appointment with Jennie Jones Estate Agents 01728 605511

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

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

Tel: 01394 383789

SERVICES Mains water gas, drainage and electricity.

EPC - C

TENURE FREEHOLD

Distance

London 110 miles

Ipswich 25 miles

Aldeburgh 4 miles

Saxmundham 4.5 miles

Schools

Leiston Primary School

King Georges Avenue IP16 4JQ

Telephone: 01728 830743

Alde Valley Academy (High)

Seaward Avenue. IP16 4DG

Telephone 01728 830576

Railway Station

Station Approach Saxmundham

Doctor´s surgery

15 Main Street

Leiston IP16 4ES

Telephone 01728 830526

Supermarkets

Co-op Leiston

Tesco Saxmundham

Waitrose Saxmundham

Sports centre

Leiston Leisure Centre (pool)
Floorplan for St  Margarets Crescent, Leiston