Park Walk, Holton, IP19
SUMMARY... IMMACULATE HOME! The current owners have lovingly decorated this home and matched the standard externally with the landscaped garden. This three bedroom property is ready to move into. Book your viewing early to avoid disappointment.
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 1
- Lounges 1
- Price: Offers Over £210,000
STEP INSIDE… This home has clearly been decorated and maintained to a high standard throughout. Downstairs comprises an entrance hall, open plan, dual aspect lounge / dining room with patio doors out onto the decked area in the garden, a separate kitchen and separate utility room with a door out into the garden.
Upstairs comprises the family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom.
The layout of the property feels both spacious and homely. Touches like the hallway being big enough for a pram to fit in, the utility being great for pets and boots after muddy walks and keeping the appliances out of the kitchen, and the large storage cupboards all go towards making this a great family home.
STEP OUTSIDE… To the front of the property is a well maintained garden mainly laid to lawn. To the rear is a good sized enclosed landscaped garden, with a decked patio area with feature lighting, perfect for alfresco dining and warm summer nights. There is access to the garage through a private gate at the end of the back garden and the oil tank is neatly housed.
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION…
Holton Village is situated in north Suffolk about 1 mile to the east of Halesworth and 8 miles west of the popular seaside town of Southwold. It is often referred to as Holton St Peter to distinguish it from Holton St Mary in the south of the county. The village has an excellent primary school, a pub, currently closed but offering B&B, and the church of St Peter on its outskirts. There are some farm shops around the village which provide a variety of fresh produce, and regular buses to Halesworth, Southwold and Beccles.
The closest town being the pretty town of Halesworth which offers a lovely bustling, pedestrian high street, made up of independent shops, public houses, butchers, greengrocers, restaurants and cafes. The town has a real sense of community and on a pleasant day you will find the residents chatting and drinking coffee continental style in the thoroughfare. Further amenities include a weekly market, doctors, vets and a supermarket. It has a thriving centre of arts which is used as a theatre, cinema, and for exhibitions and workshops. Halesworth also has excellent public transport links including busses to Bungay and Norwich and has a train station providing links to London Liverpool Street.
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