Posted: 17.04.21 at 13:18 by Derek Davis
If you are looking for a new home in the Felixstowe area, or are just feeling a bit nosy, then look no further than our Property Of The Week feature, which will be showcasing the most interesting homes for sale right now on our Felixstowe Nub News property page.
Our property for this week is this six-bedroom, Grade II, Tudor house, dating back to the 16th century and on the market with Nicholas Estates for £725,000.
The former monastery has undergone extensive improvement and renovations in more recent years and retaining many of the original features and wealth of character to include the highly polished floorboards/ parquet flooring, inglenook fireplaces with oak mantles, exposed beams, leaded light windows, oak doors with latch handles, cast iron tudor style radiators to name but a few.
The Priory will make the most fantastic family home due to the size of accommodation on offer and set over three floors there really is enough room for everyone and is extremely versatile and has recently had an extension to the ground floor to allow for a large kitchen/ breakfast room (which any buyer will need to complete).
In addition to the six bedrooms, there are four reception rooms, two bathrooms and inglenooks add to the character.
To the outside there are good size gardens that extend to the side and rear and have been landscaped and offers great patios and terraces throughout, raised borders, shaped lawned areas, sunken fish pond with seating area and walled surround, abundance of mature shrubs and trees, pathways leading through arbours to different areas of the grounds.
There is also two gates and drop kerbs to the side which give a great opportunity to add a sweeping driveway for numerous vehicles.
This amazing property has so much to offer and as such is worthy of your early viewing to fully appreciate the accommodation that is being offered.
The Priory is situated in one of Felixstowe's most sought after locations and is a short distance away from the sea front and golf course together with the main thoroughfare and town centre which offers great shopping facilities, restaurants, wine bars and coffee shops along with the train station that gives a good service to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich.
Other features to note within the area are the frequent bus services and access to the A14/A12 where you can get great access to neighbouring areas to include Bucklesham, Newbourne, Martlesham, Woodbridge and Ipswich.
For more details about this house and many more go to Felixstowe Nub News' property section here...
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