Completely refurbished, it has spacious and stylish contemporary interiors and a private sunny garden - ideal for al fresco eating. An excellent position in Aldeburgh with shops and the sea just a few strides away. The cottage is ideal for a family or group requiring a ground floor bedroom and bathroom.
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About the Property:
Set in the heart of the delightful sea side town of Aldeburgh, 195 High Street has been completely refurbished. The sitting room has a coal effect gas fire, cosy and instant heat; a treat in cooler weather. There is a pleasant dining area with seating for 5-6 and a nicely equipped kitchen. There is a bathroom and single bedroom on the ground floor and two further bedrooms upstairs so it works well for families or friends.
Despite being on the High Street the cottage is not amongst the shops but still within an easy walk - and it is a matter of seconds from here to the sea front. There is a delightful south west facing back garden with table and chairs etc, patio area and planting - ideal for evening barbecues. A footpath leads from Aldeburgh High Street to the gated back garden so no problem storing bikes, buckets, spades and fishing nets outside.
Aldeburgh, a favourite seaside escape for artists, musicians and families yearning for those special holiday breaks of yesteryear, is a pretty Victorian coastal resort. The inspiration for much of Benjamin Britten's music and centre for his creation - The Aldeburgh Festival - the little town still plays host to concerts, film, theatre and poetry festivals.
In the heart of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Aldeburgh is an ideal location for bird watchers, walkers and of course sailors. The cottage is just a couple of minutes walk from the estuary, marshes and shingle banks, which are home to a wide variety of wildlife and there are sailing and yacht clubs at nearby Slaughden as well as the famous Aldeburgh and Thorpeness heathland golf courses just a few minutes drive from Aldeburgh High Street.
For more information on the area please go to our on-line information site Visit Aldeburgh
Front door to Sitting room with sofa and chairs. Gas coal effect fire, TV with freeview,DVD, Ipod doc, music system and books
Dining area with table and chairs for six people
Through to the kitchen which is fully fitted and includes electric cooker, hob, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave.
Through to rear hallway with doors to garden, bathroom and ground floor bedroom
Stairs - cottage stairs and therefore quite steep to first floor. There is a stairgate at the top of the stairs
Bathroom with bath and overhead shower, wash basin and w.c.
Ground floor bedroom with two single beds (one a pull out) - space is restricted when both beds are in use
Double bedroom with bedside tables and lamps, wardrobe and Victorian fireplace
Twin bedroom with bedside cabinet, lamp and hanging space
Gas central heating
Bedlinen and towels (not beach towels) are provided
Visitors are not permitted to smoke anywhere on the property
There is a delightful west facing cottage garden with patio with garden tables and chairs
Fridge fills and welcome packs can be arranged via Thorpeness Village Stores
Wi fi now installed and phone for incoming calls only
A limited broadband / wi fi service is provided. Internet reception can be patchy and the connection provided should NOT be relied on for work use and is unsuitable for games or downloading of films. Please bring connection cables as you may have to attach your laptop to the router. Excessive use of the internet will be charged at cost.