Aldeburgh, Suffolk

£1,100,000Offers In Excess Of
4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
2 Reception Rooms
Bungalow - Detached
Reference: 20305

Situated on the northern outskirts of Aldeburgh with direct access to a coastal footpath about a mile from the town centre. Adjoining the RSPB North Warren Nature Reserve which covers a mosaic of habitats of restored ancient Suffolk heathland, grazing marshes, reed beds and woodland,. North Warren is home to breeding Bitterns, Marsh Harriers, Wood Larks and Nightingales in the spring and summer with a wealth of wildlife throughout the year. Multiple footpaths to Aldringham fen, Thorpeness and the ancient heathland Sandlings beyond as well as to the beach between Aldeburgh and Thorpeness at Sluice Cottage. Aldeburgh is an extremely popular seaside town, renowned for its connections with the composer Benjamin Britten, its sailing on the Rivers Alde and Ore and its heathland golf course. The High Street features an eclectic range of independent shops and brand name boutiques, restaurants and galleries, along with an independent cinema. The town is close to open countryside and nature reserves which are connected through a vast network of public footpaths. Situated within the Suffolk Heritage Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Aldeburgh is approximately two hours drive from London and the nearest train station is seven miles away at Saxmundham which, with a change at Ipswich, connects to London Liverpool Street.

Aldeburgh Office Sales
134, High Street
IP15 5AQ
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