Front Elevation
491.18 sq m
Guide price £650,000(€736,888)

Haylings RoadLeiston, Suffolk, IP16 4DY


    Key features

    • 8 bedrooms
    • 2 attic rooms
    • 5 reception rooms
    • Kitchen/breakfast room
    • Mature gardens
    • Outbuildings
    • Ample parking

    Impressive Edwardian house close to the Suffolk heritage coast

    About this property

    • With an internal area of over 5,000 square feet, the Edwardian built Fulwood House is an impressive and spacious family home. Constructed from red brick under pitched slate roofs, Fulwood House has enormous character with features including numerous open fireplaces, well proportioned rooms with high ceilings, large windows some of which are bay and sash windows.

      On the first floor, the house has 8 bedrooms with a further two attic rooms and at least five receptions rooms, the property has huge scope for a wide range of uses, from a large family home to a perfectly located Bed and Breakfast (subject to planning consent).

      The entire property was refurbished throughout in 2011, providing the perfect blank canvas for a new owner. The house further benefits from a series of outbuildings and the gardens with many mature trees surrounds the house.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Substantial house close to the coast

    Peter OgilvieProperty agent

    Local information

    • Fulwood House sits on the edge of the town of Leiston set back from the road down a drive. Positioned on the edge of the Suffolk Heritage Coastline, it yields immediate access to superb recreational facilities including sailing and fishing on the coast and the River Alde.
    • The town of Leiston is well served with a supermarket, doctors surgery, primary & secondary schools along with a wide range of shops, a sports centre and cinema.
    • There are a number of 18 hole golf courses in the area including Aldeburgh's own. The Snape Maltings, home of the famous Aldeburgh Music Festival, is about 5 miles away and the town of Aldeburgh benefits from a variety of excellent shops, public houses, restaurants and a cinema. Saxmundham, which is about 5 miles away, has a station which connects hourly to Ipswich and has a direct line to London's Liverpool Street Station.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the south take the A12 turning off at Friday Street, signposted to Snape. Proceed on this road to the Blackheath crossroad turning left signposted to Leiston. Proceed through the village of Knodishall and upon entering Leiston the driveway for Fulwood House will be found shortly on the right hand side
    • EPC Rating = F