High Street, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AB | Property for sale | Savills
Guide price £595,000

High StreetAldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AB

    Key features

    • Smart Victorian townhouse
    • Stunning views over the sea and Moot Hall
    • Well-proportioned rooms arranged over four floors
    • Popular coastal town with excellent restaurants, cafés and independent shops
    • Renowned sailing and golf clubs and numerous walks

    Handsome townhouse with outstanding sea views.

    About this property

    • 20 High Street is a marvellous Victorian townhouse with exceptional views over the sea and Moot Hall.

      Arranged over four floors, the building comprises a generous, double aspect principal bedroom with a west-facing bay window and cloakroom; a lower ground level, which can be used as an excellent playroom, cinema room or home office; a further two bedrooms and a family shower room on the first floor; and a kitchen/breakfast room, which occupies the entirety of the second floor.

      Planning permission has been granted for a three storey rear extension with a balcony to enjoy the wonderful view.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    20 High Street is a really attractive townhouse with bags of potential. Aldeburgh is one of my favourite towns - with lots of excellent restaurants, cafés and galleries - and 20 High Street has the most stunning view over the sea and the iconic Moot Hall.

    Alexander McNabProperty agent

    Local information

    • 20 High Street occupies a sought-after position in the heart of the popular coastal town of Aldeburgh, within the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    • Closely associated with the composer, Benjamin Britten and famed for its pebble beach and iconic 'Scallop' sculpture by Maggi Hambling, Aldeburgh is a thriving seaside resort with an exceptional array of amenities.
    • There are excellent restaurants, including the celebrated Fish & Chip Shop and L'Escargot Sur-Mer. Aldeburgh also offers a wonderful selection of cafés, independent shops, galleries, a delicatessen, butchers and wine merchant. The Aldeburgh Cinema was founded in 1919 and is one of the oldest picture houses in the country. Aldeburgh has tennis, golf and sailing clubs.
    • Thorpeness (2.7 miles) has a charming boating lake, country club and golf club. Snape Maltings (5.2 miles) is home to a renowned concert hall, with various concerts and cultural events throughout the year.
    • Education provisions are excellent in both the state and private sector: Framlingham College (13.6 miles), Woodbridge School (15.9 miles) and Ipswich school (24.3 miles) are very well respected and included in the Good Schools Guide.
    • All times and mileages are approximate.

    Additional information

    • SERVICES - Mains water, electricity and drainage; gas-fired central heating and electric storage heaters.
    • LOCAL AUTHORITY - East Suffolk District Council; not currently registered.
    • AGENT NOTE - Please be aware that there are various infrastructure projects proposed for east Suffolk including plans for a new nuclear power station at Sizewell. Wind farm expansion in the North Sea is also taking place and bringing power ashore along with associated cabling and substation works are also being proposed.
    • AGENT NOTE - Further information on the planning permission can be viewed on the East Suffolk DC website; Ref: DC/21/2624/FUL
    • EPC Rating = C
    • Tenure = Freehold