Crabtree Close, Halesworth | Guide Price, £250,000


CHAIN FREE A spacious 3 bed semi detached family house in a cul se sac location well located for easy access to the town centre of Halesworth. The property, which would benefit from some cosmetic updating, enjoys an attractive aspect from the front over a green.

This spacious semi detached family house is located at the end of a cul se sac and is well located for easy access to the town centre of Halesworth. The property, which would benefit from some cosmetic updating, enjoys an attractive aspect from the front over a green and would seemingly make an ideal home for a family and earliest viewing is strongly recommended. The entrance hall gives access to the ground floor shower room and has stairs to the first floor with understair storage area. The spacious lounge/dining room has a timber laminate floor and a display fireplace (not functional as open fire) and sliding patio doors give access to the conservatory. Th kitchen has fitted units with worksurface and a split level cooker with gas hob and oven. On the first floor the landing has a cupboard with gas fired boiler for central heating and there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside the front garden is laid to shrubs and at the rear of the property is an enclosed decked area which has small brick built outhouse, summerhouse and greenhouse. Attached to the property is a good sized workshop which could potential be a studio or extra accommodation (subject to planning and building regulations).

Halesworth is a very well served Suffolk market town located on tributary of the River Blyth with a pretty and vibrant pedestrianised Thoroughfare (High Street) which has excellent local shops and restaurants. There is a supermarket and a primary school plus a superb arts centre and music venue at The Cut as well as an excellent library. The town has many buildings that date from the sixteenth century, but there is evidence of Roman and Saxon settlement too. Halesworth, which is ideally located for the Heritage Coast and seaside town of Southwold, is also conveniently placed for access to towns like Bungay and Beccles which is, of course, a gateway to The Broads. The town has approx. 44 acres of green space provided for conservation and wildlife. For transport connections the town has a railway station which offers a regular service via Ipswich to London (Liverpool Street) and the main A12 London to Great Yarmouth road is about 5 miles to the east.
Floorplan for Crabtree Close, Halesworth