This Aldeburgh holiday cottage has a good size garden to the front and rear, and unrestricted on-road parking is available on the road outside the house. There is a patio area with table and chairs in the south facing front garden.
The front door leads into the ground floor hallway, which connects the dining room, kitchen, ground floor cloakroom, sitting room and has stairs to the first floor. SITTING ROOM: This double aspect room has an open fire and large windows to the front of the room and to the rear overlooking the garden. In the room there is fully restored original furniture, purchased in 1929, soon after the house was built. There is one sofa and two armchairs, and a subtly concealed flat screen TV with a DVD player and an iPod docking station. KITCHEN: This room retains it period character, with the original (non-working) range cooker and hot water boiler, but has modern amenities, including a free standing dual fuel cooker and fridge tucked away behind the scenes in the pantry. DINING ROOM: Frozen in time, this room exudes the calm and gentle atmosphere of the 1920s with its open fire, original furniture and restored bay window to the front garden.
First Floor Description
A set of original stairs from the ground floor leads to a first floor landing from which both bedrooms, the bathroom and Newsom Room can all be accessed. BEDROOM 1: This double aspect room has views over both the front and rear gardens, an original fireplace and once again it retains the original furniture. BEDROOM 2: The room overlooks the front garden and has twin beds. BATHROOM: To the rear of the property there is a spacious family bathroom, complete with roll-top bath with shower over. THE NEWSOM ROOM: The special history of this uniquely preserved house can be examined in this room.
Windows Views Description
This charming, detached, self-catering holiday cottage in Suffolk is traditional in design with quirky modern touches and enjoys superb views of the river and woodland beyond.