Long Row, High Street, Dunwich, Saxmundham, IP17 3DN | Property for sale | Savills
1,220 sq ft(113.34 sq m)
Guide price £450,000

Long RowHigh Street, Dunwich, Saxmundham, IP17 3DN

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2022
  • Delightful well proportioned rooms
  • Gardens to both the front & rear
  • Situated down a quiet private road
  • Well served village with pub, cafes and museum
  • Set in a wonderful location on the Suffolk Heritage Coast

Charming cottage in a sought after coastal village.

About this property

  • 5 Long Row is a particularly attractive and charming period cottage constructed from mellow red brick under pitched pan tiled roofs set in a wonderful location on the Suffolk Heritage Coast. The cottage has great period character with a well-proportioned and spacious sitting room with an open fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove, exposed brick and pamment floors, exposed beams and wonderful leaded light windows.

    The kitchen/dining room is spacious and light and bright with doors opening out to the gardens. The gardens of the cottage lie to both the front and rear of the house with lawns and mature shrubs. There are wonderful walks directly from the house through the neighbouring woodland to the beach as well as to Minsmere, Dunwich Heath and Dunwich Forest. The surrounding countryside has abundant wildlife and Minsmere in particular is highly sought after bird reserve. Outside the property and beyond the garden lies a former garage that has been converted into a bicycle store / storage room and wood store.

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I absolutely loved this cottage, it is just a moments walk down to the beach, with Minsmere to the south and Walberswick to the north. It is an incredibly rare and very special coastal retreat.

Peter OgilvieProperty agent

Local information

  • 5 Long Row is situated on the edge of the coastal and sought after village of Dunwich down a quiet private road. The village benefits from its close proximity to the beach and there are fine walks within the area both up the coast towards Walberswick and Southwold, down the coast towards Thorpeness and Aldeburgh, on the surrounding marshes and heath and further south over Minsmere bird sanctuary.
  • The village has a local pub, two excellent cafes, a museum and nearby Westleton village has two pubs, a garage and a village shop. Darsham railway station lies about six miles to the west and provides services via Ipswich to London's Liverpool Street station.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = G
  • Tenure = Freehold