4 Bedroom For Sale
Palmer & Partners are delighted to present to the market this exceptional detached eco sensitive home situated in the desirable coastal town of Aldeburgh; Brickfields is situated at the end of a quiet lane off Saxmundham Road just a short walk to the beach. This magnificent property is one of just 9 luxury eco sensitive detached homes overlooking 6.5 acres of meadow (subject to survey) with a sweeping panoramic view down to the River Alde estuary towards Aldeburgh; the development shares ownership of the adjoining meadow as well as providing direct access to a jetty on the River Alde.
Some of the ecological friendly features include sedum flowering plant roof coverings, bespoke joinery with energy efficient air source pump underfloor and radiator heating, and bespoke hardwood triple glazed external windows and doors; and further luxurious features include a sizeable viewing terrace with hardwood planking and glass balustrade orientated to gain the perfect view of the landscape beyond, bespoke birch staircase with inlaid Karndean steps and frameless glass balustrade, and stunning high specification kitchen / dining room.
This split-level home is accessed via an extensive electric gated shingle driveway providing off-road parking for numerous cars and offers large light rooms with the focus on the design aiming to make the most of the surroundings; the bedrooms are situated on the lower level of the property to enhance the views from the floors above; and presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live in one of Suffolk's most stunning locations with arguably one of the best views in Suffolk.
Aldeburgh is a pretty coastal town on the river Alde which enjoys breath-taking views both seawards and following the river Alde inland towards Orford. Local amenities include craft, food and antiques shops, independent boutiques as well as some national chains, plus a myriad of pubs and an independent cinema. One of Aldeburgh's claims to fame is the town's fish and chip shop which was described by 'The Times' as 'possibly the finest on the East Coast'. The Jubilee Hall nestled on the seafront hosts many festivals, theatre shows, talks and fairs throughout the year. There is a wealth of hotels and B&Bs in the town which makes Aldeburgh a perfect getaway to enjoy the Suffolk coast. The town is notable for having been the home of composer Benjamin Britten and as being the centre of the international Aldeburgh Festival of arts at nearby Snape Maltings founded by him in 1948.
Council tax band: F
EPC Rating: C