The Property is a Grade II listed property providing spacious accommodation over four floors. It is located in a prime seafront position within the coastal town of Lowestoft. This proeprty boasts spectacular views over the sea from many of the rooms and has been beautifully designed to enhance the properties features. The promenade and beach are steps from the front door and local attractions such as the Claremont Pier, Pleasurewood Hills, Southwold and the Norfolk Broads are just a short distance away.
Traditional features with a modern twist are evident throughout this gorgeous graded home and every effort has been made to ensure you have a comfortable and welcoming stay. Sit back, relax and enjoy this chic coastal retreat.
Why we love this property: Prime coastal views combined with exquisite interiors
Shop: 0.1 miles Pub: 0.1 miles.
Large Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area: Rangemaster with five ring gas hob, double oven and grill, Bosch fridge freezer, Bosch dishwasher, wine fridge, dining table and chairs, antique dresser, feature fireplace, chandeliers, breakfast bar with rise and fall bar stools, DAB radio with Bluetooth, USB point. Windows at both ends to East and West provide morning and evening light. Wonderful sea views.
Cloakroom: Rail for hanging coats and shoe rack.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Conservatory: Cane sofa and chairs, giant Kentia palm, utility area with washer dryer and butler sink, sliding patio door to small courtyard with garden table and chairs.
Bedroom 1: Four poster bed, original Victorian dresser, built with the house.
Bedroom 2: Custom-made wallpaper with contemporary chinoiserie design. Antique twin beds with luxury Vispring zip and link mattresses which can be made into a super king size bed (please specify your preference at the time of booking).
Shower Room: Shower cubicle with double shower head, comprising rainfall shower and directional head, washbasin.
Cloakroom: Washbasin and wc.
Large Sitting Room: Samsung 40 inch Smart TV, Playstation 4 (including DVD) with a selection of games and movies, DAB radio and CD player with Bluetooth, decorative feature fireplace, uninterrupted sea views, vintage brass telescope.
Bedroom 3: King size bed.
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Cloakroom: Washbasin and Burlington high-level flush wc.
Bedroom 4: King size bed, uninterrupted sea views.
Bedroom 5: Gautier full-size bunk beds with built-in storage drawers, sea views.
Bathroom: Roll top bath with hand-held shower attachment, shower cubicle/wet room area with double head shower, bidet, antique marble-topped washstand, chandelier and wc.
Garden: Small courtyard at rear with patio table and chairs for four.
Parking: Private for two cars - one in garage and one in front of garage.
Heating: Gas heating.
Pets: Two well-behaved dogs welcome.
Notes: Wi-Fi and towels provided. Travel cot and highchair available to use. Please note due to the age and style of the property there are many steps throughout the accommodation. Regret no parties due to close proximity to neighbours.
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Lowestoft, situated at the most easterly point in the British Isles, was developed in the mid 1800's into a fashionable Victorian seaside resort by Sir Morton Peto, the entrepreneur and civil engineer who built Nelson's Column and the Houses of Parliament. Wellington Esplanade was a centrepiece of Peto's development of Lowestoft. The town has two piers located on the south beach. The southerly pier, called Claremont Pier, originally served as a port of call for steamers traveling to and from London. It now provides a music venue, amusement arcade, roller-disco, fish and chip caf? and a separate, contemporary fresh fish and seafood restaurant and bar. There are many places of interest in the area including Pleasurewood Hills theme park to the north of the town, the East Anglia Transport Museum, Africa Alive, Oulton Broad, Belle Vue Park and Nicholas Everett Park with its pet corner. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has a residency at the Marina Theatre in town. There are three blue flag beaches, several good pubs and restaurants, ten-pin bowling, indoor swimming-pool and sports complex, riding school, cinema, theatre and an annual festival. The Norfolk broads and the pretty towns of Beccles and Southwold are less than 30 minutes away by car, as is the excitement of Great Yarmouth's pleasure beach and unique hippodrome theatre.