Property of the Week: Town house with a fortified sea view
By Derek Davis
27th Apr 2021 | Property of the Week
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 three-bedroom town house, with a view of a Martello Tower close to the Felixstowe seafront and on the market with local estate agents Diamond Mills for £375,000.
An excellent opportunity to purchase this well kept sea front town house built in 2016 extending to approximately 1194 sq.ft and offering a unique canopied balcony from the second floor master bedroom boasting magnificent sea views.
There is a restored Martello Tower in front of the property which is home to the local Coastwatch and is surrounded by an open green and the house is set within a very short walk to the promenade and beach.
The light and spacious accommodation briefly consists of an entrance hall, living room with bay window to front, kitchen diner with built in appliances and separate ground floor w/c.
On the first floor there is a good size landing and space for a desk and or chair looking out towards the sea.
There are also two double bedrooms (one with a Juliet balcony with sea views) and a bathroom.
The second floor offers a small landing area, a generous size master bedroom with built in wardrobes, an ensuite shower room and access to a spectacular canopied balcony with magnificent sea views.
Steps leading up to composite entrance door to: Entrance hall Staircase to first floor.
The rear garden is designed for low maintenance laid with paving slabs and a raised decking area.
There is also a cycle shed, panelled fencing to boundaries while a single pedestrian gate leads to two allocated off road parking spaces.
Annual maintenance charge Currently £125.95 payable twice yearly.
For more details about this house and many more go to Felixstowe Nub News' property section here...