Set within over 10 acres of communal gardens and grounds and positioned within the central wing of this impressive Grade II Listed building which has been converted into a number of stunning terraced town houses and apartments. Arranged over three floors 10 Blyth View is a stunning town house offering an ideal opportunity as a holiday let or permanent home within easy striking distance of the Suffolk Coast.
The property is accessed on the ground floor with an entrance hall and store cupboard with stairs leading to the first floor. There is a light and spacious sitting/dining room, offering a welcoming space in which to entertain or relax. The stylish kitchen is well-equipped with wall and base units and built-in appliances, and a useful cloakroom across the landing.
To the second floor, the principal bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room. A further bedroom and family bathroom complete the accommodation.
Local Authority: East Suffolk District Council
Services: Private drainage which we understand from the vendor does comply. All other mains are connected.
Council Tax: Band C
Tenure: Leasehold with a share of freehold.
Service Charge: Service charge for 2022 is £2,206 per annum (includes maintenance of communal grounds, garden and external maintenance, window cleaning, repainting externally, buildings insurance, share of leisure facilities and grounds). Service charge reviewed annually and paid in March and July of each year. Further questions about the lease is available from the vendor's agent.
Guide Price: £355,000.
Fixtures and fittings: Property available to be purchased fully furnished.
Blythburgh is a small village in north east Suffolk, 5 miles from the coast at Southwold. It is set in a landscape of outstanding natural beauty with a medieval church and three local public houses. Visitors come to enjoy the cultural and recreational facilities on offer, particularly in the towns of Southwold and Wlberswick. Southwold offers an array of leisure facilities including High Street shops, restaurants, pubs, churches, a pier, golf and sailing clubs. The area is renowned for bird watching at Minsmere RSPB Nature Reserve and coastal walks and cycling opportunities. Local well-regarded independent and state schools include Wenhaston Primary School and St Felix School. Communication links are good with the A12 giving access from Lowestoft to London and the major road network.
The entrance to 10 Blyth View is located in the first courtyard as you approach the development and also benefits from a useful store which can be found in the cellar below the front door of the property.
Blyth View offers ample outside space for visitors to enjoy, with leisure facilities accessible to both owners and guests; a swimming pool, gym, and games room which are located to the west of the site. The remaining gardens and grounds offer opportunities for exploring or relaxing, with stunning views across the Blyth Valley towards Wenhaston. Parking is found both adjacent to the property in two allocated spaces, as well as ample visitor parking close by.