8 Chapel Farm Barns, Leiston Road, Aldeburgh, IP15 5QG
Pets Allowed: Yes
Size: 42ft by 20ft
Year of Manufacture: 2015
Model: Westfield 2B Utility
Licence End Date: 91 year Leasehold remaining
Park's Annual charges: £2000 ground rent & approx £3500 maintenance fees
Lodge 8 Chapel Farm Barns is a well appointed two bedroom holiday lodge which benefits from a south facing terrace, overlooking a small lake, surrounded by open countryside and woodland, well set back from any busy roads.
The Lodge benefits from two double bedrooms with an en-suite shower room to the master and the second bedroom serviced by a family bathroom.
The open plan living area benefits from triple aspect windows and double doors that open onto the south facing terrace, which will receive sunlight all day.
There is ample parking beside the Lodge and the balcony area across the front and the side of the Lodge provides access.
The lodge is ideal for use as an alternative second home or holiday let investment
There are only 12 lodges within the park, providing a peaceful secluded setting.
It is located approximately one mile away from Aldeburgh, which can be accessed via a public footpath network on RSPB North Warren.
The lodge is ideally located to take advantage of all that the surrounding area, the Suffolk Heritage Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, has to offer, including heathland, golf courses, sailing on the rivers Alde and Ore and the surrounding countryside and woodlands, all of which are connected via a network of public footpaths. Only a short journey away are other popular areas such as Thorpness, Snape Maltings and Southwold. The nearest train station is the branch railway line at Saxmundham, approximately seven miles away, which, with a change at Ipswich, connects to London Liverpool Street. The local area is served by the A12, Aldeburgh is approximately two hours drive from London
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