A pretty and well presented semi detached bungalow being in good decorative order with two bedrooms, lounge/diner, kitchen, garden room and bathroom. The property has attractive gardens and a garage and backs onto the churchyard in the popular village of Darsham.
THE PROPERTY This well kept end of terrace bungalow is located on a quiet cul de sac in the popular village of Darsham. The property offers light and airy accommodation on one level and is seemingly ideal as a full time residence or is worthy of consideration as a holiday bolt hole - to appreciate this excellent property earliest viewing is strongly recommended.
The front door has a useful exterior storage cupboard to the side and leads to the entrance hall with timber laminate floor, deep storage cupboard, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and access hatch to loft with ladder. The open plan sitting dining room has an attractive aspect via a picture window over the rear garden and a timber laminate floor - double glazed sliding patio doors give access to the garden room which has double doors to the rear garden. Off the sitting/dining room is the kitchen which has a range of fitted floor and wall cupboards with fitted worksurface having one and a half bowl sink with single drainer inset, tiled floor, electric cooker panel and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machines. There are two bedrooms, both capable of taking double beds and both with build in wardrobes, the bathroom has a three piece suite in white with overbath shower, tiled walls and floor and a heated towel rail. Outside the front garden is laid to lawn with path to front door and at the side is a bin storage area and timber garden shed. Behind the property the delightful and established rear garden is west facing and has a paved patio, lawns interspersed with shrub and flower borders and surrounded by hedging.
LOCATION: Darsham is conveniently located for the A12 and has a railway station which offers a regular service via Ipswich to London (Liverpool Street). The village is much sought after and has a good pub, farm shop with butchery and garage with shop, and it is conveniently located for the East Suffolk Heritage Coast, much of which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For more extensive shopping facilities the town of Saxmundham is about 5 miles away and offers High Street shops and Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets as well as a library and doctors' surgery. Attractions of the surrounding area are coastal walks, cycle paths and the RSPB sanctuary at Minsmere. The coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh lie within convenient reach by car, both having golfing and sailing clubs, the latter being home to the internationally famous music festival with a year round program of events with many concerts being held at Snape Maltings.