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THE PROPERTY

A development/refurbishment opportunity on approximately 1/3 of an acre in a quiet village setting within walking distance of the River Stour. Solwyn is a single storey residence set in the middle of approximately 1/3 of an acre of mature garden with a drive leading off the adjoining country lane. The property presents brick elevations under a sloping tiled roof, with a felt flat roof extension to the rear. The fully glazed front door accesses the glazed lobby off which is the front door to the entrance hall and sliding door to the annexe/workshops. Kitchen/breakfast room with range of wall and floor units incorporating four ring ceramic hob with hood over, stainless steel Franke sink, space and plumbing for dishwasher and space for fridge freezer. Camray oil-fired boiler and airing cupboard. Glazed door to the annexe. Central hallway off which is the sitting room with glazed door to the adjoining terrace and access to bedroom one, again with fully glazed door to the terrace. Study/bedroom four. Family bathroom with bath, WC, and pedestal wash basin, bedroom two and bedroom three. From the kitchen is access to the annexe with sliding door to the porch. Glazed door to the terrace. Workshop. Shower room in need of refurbishment with adjoining further workshop area and loft space above. OUTSIDE To the side of the house is a parking area; the front garden features a mature beech hedge and two mature cherry trees, a productive apple tree and weeping willow. Double wrought iron gates lead round to the rear with terrace and steps up to the lawn behind. A magnificent mature walnut tree sits at the southern end of the garden, with a second productive apple tree on the western border, backed by mature holly and deciduous hedging. LOCATION Solwyn is situated in the pretty village of Lower Holbrook, within easy walking distance of the picturesque Stour Estuary, along which there is a network of footpaths and a river beach for swimming. The immediate adjoining village of Harkstead has a church, local pub and village hall with a further excellent range of local amenities in the neighbouring village of Holbrook, which includes primary and secondary schools, village stores, post office plus a Co-op store, village pub and medical centre. The village of Stutton lies 2.5 miles to the west and features a primary school, church and community shop. The nearby Stour and Orwell Estuaries, together with the nearby Alton Water Reservoir provide a wide choice of water sport opportunities and there is a further choice of sports clubs in Holbrook. The county town of Ipswich lies 6 miles to the north and provides a full range of shopping and commercial facilities, together with Manningtree (6 miles) both offering regular rail services to London Liverpool Street Station from from 68 and 54 minutes respectively. The A12, which bypasses Ipswich to the south, links to London's M25 and Stansted Airport (via the A120) as well as Cambridge and the Midlands (via the A14). DIRECTIONS (IP9 2RJ) From the centre of Holbrook, opposite the Compasses Public House, turn off the main road signed to Holbrook. Continue for approximately 1½ miles and continue down the hill into Lower Holbrook and around the bend by Holbrook Creek and the Creek car park. Solwyn comes up shortly afterwards on the right hand side. what3words: rear.incomes.florists PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains, electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating. Fixtures & Fittings: Items regarded as fixtures and fittings, including carpets and curtains, are initially excluded from the sale, although certain items may be available by separate negotiation Viewing: By appointment with Jackson-Stops Tel. 01473 218218. Email. ipswich@jackson-stops.co.uk