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‘Exciting renovation opportunity’ overlooking the River Orwell hits the market

PUBLISHED: 08:00 16 May 2020 | UPDATED: 08:30 16 May 2020

It is located just up the hill from the famous Butt & Oyster pub.  Picture: JIM TANFIELD

It is located just up the hill from the famous Butt & Oyster pub. Picture: JIM TANFIELD

JIM TANFIELD

A house overlooking the River Orwell in the idyllic hamlet of Pin Mill has gone on the market.

The propertly overlooks the working boatyard in Pin Mill.  Picture: JIM TANFIELDThe propertly overlooks the working boatyard in Pin Mill. Picture: JIM TANFIELD

Ralston, is a three bedroom house set in a plot of 0.6 acres.

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Described as offering an “exciting renovation opportunity” the property currently has three bedrooms and one bathroom.

It also has two reception rooms and a conservatory.

The property is on the market with a guide price of �750,000.  Picture: JIM TANFIELDThe property is on the market with a guide price of �750,000. Picture: JIM TANFIELD

The property is located on the south bank of the River Orwell, above the hamlet of Pin Mill.

A short walk away is the famous Butt & Oyster pub and Pin Mill’s traditional working boatyard.

The property has a guide price of £750,000 and is being marketed by Jackson-Stops.

Nestled on the south bank of the River Orwell, it has views across the river.  Picture: JIM TANFIELDNestled on the south bank of the River Orwell, it has views across the river. Picture: JIM TANFIELD

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It is close to the village of Chelmondiston.  Picture: JIM TANFIELDIt is close to the village of Chelmondiston. Picture: JIM TANFIELD

The property is located in the hamlet of Pin MIll, near Ipswich.  Picture: JIM TANFIELDThe property is located in the hamlet of Pin MIll, near Ipswich. Picture: JIM TANFIELD


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