A property in Blythburgh with a contemporary kitchen and views of the River Blyth is on the market for offers over £900,000.
The Nest was built about seven years ago and has recently been renovated, and now features a stunning kitchen/dining room.
Fans of the Great British Bake Off, which returns to Channel 4 tomorrow night, will love the integrated electric Neff oven with warming drawer – the ideal place to prove dough.
The kitchen also features a four-ring induction hob and a handy Quooker boiling water tap, as well as a fridge-freezer, dishwasher and plenty of base and wall units offering cupboard and drawer space.
An island, which also serves as a breakfast bar, offers additional cupboard space and shelving, with plenty of space to hold your cookery books.
The dining room has plenty of space for a table and chairs, and bifold doors open onto a patio area.
An adjacent utility room offers plenty more cupboard space and further space for appliances such as a washing machine.
The ground floor of the property also includes a double-height entrance hall, with space under the stairs where you could fit a desk, a WC and cupboards off the hall, a snug/study and a large, dual aspect sitting room, which features a wood-burning stove.
Upstairs, on the first floor, there’s a spacious landing area that leads to four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The dual-aspect master bedroom includes newly fitted wardrobes. The ensuite bathroom, which has recently been updated, features a free-standing egg bath, walk-in shower, double wash basins and a toilet.
Bedroom two is located at the front of the property and has countryside views and an ensuite toilet.
Bedroom three, which is a good-sized double room, has views over the estuary, while bedroom four is a small double room, and could be used as a dressing room.
The family bathroom includes a bath with shower over, toilet and basin.
Outside the front of the property, there is space for plenty of off-road parking on the shingle driveway, which leads to the detached double garage.
The rear garden is mainly lawn, with a patio area. There is also a greenhouse, workshop and car port with double doors to the front.
There are views of the field beyond the garden, which is home to several horses as well as visiting curlews, lapwings and geese depending on the season.
Blythburgh is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You can appreciate the beauty of the area on countryside and river walks from the property along the route of the disused Halesworth to Southwold railway via Walberswick. There is a birdwatching hide in the reed beds, just 500 yards away from The Nest.
Halesworth is about five miles away and offers a good range of amenities, such as shops, restaurants and cafes. There are good transport links, with railway stations at Halesworth and Darsham with services to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich.
For further details, contact Durrants.
The Nest, Blythburgh
Durrants, 01986 872553