A four-bed holiday cottage has come up on the market along Aldeburgh’s vibrant high street, with a guide price of £825,000.

This brightly-coloured house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, two of which are en suites. 

The property is in a prime location near Aldeburgh’s seafront, and has a charming terrace courtyard that leads directly to the seafront from Kings Street, meaning you will be able to take in everything the seaside town has to offer.

Selling agent Suffolk Coastal describe the cottage as “a quintessential holiday cottage located in a wonderful location” and believe the cottage would “make an excellent holiday rental investment property".

East Anglian Daily Times: The living room has a great view of Aldeburgh's high streetThe living room has a great view of Aldeburgh's high street (Image: Lucy Halpin)

You enter the pastel blue cottage through the entrance hall, which opens up into the living room, featuring a bay sash-window with plantation shutters that overlook the high street. There’s also a decorative fireplace with an art nouveau tile surround as well as a timber mantelpiece.

Just beside the living room is the snug/sitting room, a perfect little getaway from the main living space. This room also features a bay sash-window with a view of the high street, while there is room for another fireplace, complete with insert surround and hearth.

East Anglian Daily Times: The kitchen is open-plan with the dining roomThe kitchen is open-plan with the dining room (Image: Lucy Halpin)

The kitchen is open-plan with the dining room and offers plenty of space for those looking to entertain guests. It is fitted with base and wall units, while there is also a built-in fridge/freezer, washing machine and a dishwasher, a ceramic sink and drainer, and space to fit a range cooker.

The windows offer a view out to the garden, and a stable door leads to the courtyard.

The dining room has a brick fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner, and just off this room is a door leading to the cloakroom and a small W/C.

On the first floor, which is accessed via stairs in the living room, you will find four bedrooms as well as a family bathroom.

East Anglian Daily Times: The master bedroom has an ensuite with shower cubicleThe master bedroom has an ensuite with shower cubicle (Image: Lucy Halpin)

The master bedroom includes two built-in storage cupboards and an ensuite shower room. The spacious bedroom overlooks the high street.

Bedroom two also has an ensuite, complete with a panel bath and shower attachment, and two Velux windows. The airing cupboard, boiler and hot water cylinder are also located in this room. 

Bedrooms three and four have views of the high street and courtyard respectively, with the family bathroom next door including a panel bath with overhead shower.

East Anglian Daily Times: The courtyard garden has a gate which leads to the seafrontThe courtyard garden has a gate which leads to the seafront (Image: Lucy Halpin)

Outside, there is a courtyard garden, which offers plenty of privacy thanks to the high brick wall. There's also timber storage and an outside tap.

The cottage is in the heart of Aldeburgh, a historic seaside town famed for its pebble beach, ‘Scallop’ sculpture and vast array of restaurants, including the celebrated Aldeburgh Fish & Chip shop.

The town has a wide range of amenities from independent shops to butchers and cafés, with the nearby Aldeburgh Cinema, founded in 1919, being one of the oldest picture houses in the country.

For more information, please contact Suffolk Coastal

Property facts:

182 High Street, Aldeburgh

Guide Price: £825,000

Suffolk Coastal, 01728 677980