A detached property with a colourful kitchen in Halesworth is up for sale at a guide price of £850,000. 

The large house set in about an acre of grounds has three bedrooms, with a further two bedrooms in an annexe, so there’s plenty of room for family and friends. 

The property has been renovated throughout and “offers contemporary and light living space over two floors” said selling agent Clarke and Simpson. 

On the ground floor, there’s a welcoming entrance hall, with Karndean flooring, stairs to the first floor and doors to all of the ground floor accommodation and a shower room. 

To the right of the hallway is the striking contemporary kitchen/breakfast room which has pops of primary colours.  

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Local specialists NBK completed the renovation of the kitchen, which features a range of units with red doors and a blue splashback, a large blue island/breakfast bar and a quartz worktop. 

The kitchen includes two integrated Samsung ovens and a microwave, a five-ring induction hob and extractor fan.   

This triple aspect room, which has a door to the exterior, also includes a one-and-a-half bowl ceramic sink with mixer taps above and integrated Samsung dishwasher, fridge and Whirlpool washing machine.  

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Local business NBK also renovated the shower room, which is off the hallway and comprises a shower, WC hand basin with cupboards below, glazed blue tiled walls and a ladder-style radiator. 

To the left of the hallway is the dining room, which is currently used as a study. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The triple-aspect sitting roomThe triple-aspect sitting room (Image: Rufus Owen/Full Aspect)

At the rear of the property is the triple aspect sitting room, which has French doors that open onto the patio. A wood-burning stove set in a brick surround is flanked on both sides by fitted shelving.  

Upstairs, there’s a landing area with airing cupboard. The landing has doors to two of the double bedrooms, with a third double bedroom beyond a study/sitting area, which has south- and north-facing windows overlooking the grounds. 

The triple-aspect, vaulted, principal bedroom includes a walk-in wardrobe with hanging rail and fitted shelving.  

The family bathroom was also renovated by NBK and features a yellow roll-top bath, hand basin, WC, glazed tiles and a ladder-style radiator as well as fitted cupboards and drawers. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The eye-catching bathroomThe eye-catching bathroom (Image: Rufus Owen/Full Aspect)

The annexe, offers further accommodation. French doors open to the open-plan living space, with Karndean flooring and a woodburning stove on a raised hearth.

At one end of this large space, which is just over 10 metres long, is the kitchen, which includes a range of units, integrated fridge, washing machine and electric oven as well as a four-ring induction hob and extractor fan and sink with drainer and mixer taps. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The open-plan living space in the annexeThe open-plan living space in the annexe (Image: Rufus Owen/Full Aspect)

Doors from the living space lead to two bedrooms, both with east-facing windows, and a shower room with pink glazed wall tiles. 

Outside, the property is approached via a drive that leads to a five-bar gate and shingle driveway and parking area. There is also a large outbuilding that is currently used as a garage and for storage.  

East Anglian Daily Times: The rear/side exterior of the property and the annexeThe rear/side exterior of the property and the annexe (Image: Rufus Owen/Full Aspect)

To the rear of the house, there’s a sandstone patio area with a shingle path leading to the annexe, timber store/studio, shed and gardens. 

A shingle path and bridge leads over a river to a second garden, which is mainly lawn and is enclosed by mature trees. Here, there’s a further studio/store with power connected and an open-fronted summerhouse. The perfect place to enjoy a summer’s evening, it contains a woodburning stove, fitted bench and high level table.   

East Anglian Daily Times: The open-fronted summerhouseThe open-fronted summerhouse (Image: Rufus Owen/Full Aspect)

The property is situated within walking distance of Halesworth town centre, which has a supermarket, post office, school, pharmacy, pubs and train station.  

For more information, contact Clarke & Simpson. 

Chediston Street, Halesworth 
Guide price: £850,000 
Clarke & Simpson, 01728 724200