A stunning Regency two storey apartment , built in 1837, in the heart of Southwold, situated just three doors from the Crown Hotel. The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with stairs leading to a spacious fully equipped handmade kitchen with breakfast bar, table and 4 chairs; this leads on to a small terrace. On the next floor there is a small conservatory and cloakroom/shower room; the next level takes you to an open plan landing/dining room with dining table seating up to eight people this floor is a twin bedroom (with a single futon bed also), and a sumptuous lounge. On the second floor are two large bedroom suites both with ensuites and fantastic views over Southwold rooftops and clear views of the lighthouse.
The property is situated in the middle of Southwold high street near to the many restaurants, individual shops, Adams pubs, and of course the sea which is 2 minutes away ,The golf course is a 10 minute walk.
There is free parking just around the corner.
This property was a large merchants house , until early in the 20th century, the downstairs was turned into 2 large shops leaving the upstairs as a 2 storey apartment , which is full of character, and has many of the original features including fireplaces panelled doors and pine floorboards , the property was refurbished to a high standard with over £120,000 spent on bringing it up to 21st century. A spacious apartment, sleeping 7/8 persons.
1 double ensuite bedroom (upper level)
1 triple ensuite bedroom (double and single bed - upper level)
Twin room, (with additional futon style bed suitable for a child - lower level)
Further shower room, lower level.
Spacious open plan, hand made kitchen, table and 4 chairs.
Beautifully finished lounge, with log fire, and period features, large dining area with seating for 8.
Conservatory, with seating for 4
Fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, dishwasher, toaster, kettle
TV and DVD player About the area
This property is situated over 3/4 floors, so we feel it isn't suitable for families with small children.
Southwold has a wonderful atmosphere as all that have visited will know and once you have been you are sure to return , a day in Southwold can begin with a coffee in or outside the crown watching the world go by and after strolling around the many individual shops you can visit, one of the many original pubs serving Adnams beers and wines, before going for a walk along the beach to the harbour and catching the small ferry over to warbles wick and walking back over the common and golf course back to the town. Dinner can be taken at one of the restaurants in the town with no need to drive or can be sourced at the black olive deli or one of the seafood stalls ; we always finish the day with a walk long the beach.