Take a look around this home in an east Suffolk village that has recently been named one of the poshest places to live in the UK.

The home in Walberswick, near Southwold, comes with a £2,500,000 price tag.

Earlier this year the village, which is home to one of the best beaches in the county, was named as one of the poshest places to live in the UK by The Telegraph

East Anglian Daily Times: Harbour House in WalberswickHarbour House in Walberswick (Image: Savills)

East Anglian Daily Times: The home has its own wine roomThe home has its own wine room (Image: Savills)

The six-bedroom house located in the coastal hotspot has its own dedicated wine room which can hold up to 86 bottles. 

Entering into the reception hall visitors will be met with an oak and glass staircase. 

On the ground floor is the large kitchen which is fitted with various appliances including a Miele dishwasher and fridge/freezer, wine fridge and a hot water tap. 

Also on the ground floor is a large sitting room, dining room and study. 

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the six bedroomsOne of the six bedrooms (Image: Savills)

East Anglian Daily Times: The large bathroomThe large bathroom (Image: Savills)

On the first floor, you will find four of the bedrooms. 

The master bedroom benefits from its own large en-suite and its own mezzanine.

On the second floor there is another large bedroom and family bathroom. 

The L-shaped room is filled with natural light and has bi-folding doors leading out to the garden and terrace. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The view from Harbour House in WalberswickThe view from Harbour House in Walberswick (Image: Savills)

Outside the property is a double garage with a double room above - which, with separate external access, can be used as a self-contained annexe.

Property agent Alexander McNab, part of the residential sales team at Savills in Suffolk, said: “Occupying a particularly special position in the heart of Walberswick, Harbour House is an attractive and spacious modern home, which has been built to an impressively high standard using traditional and artisan building methods.

"There is so much I love about this brilliant property: the wonderfully proportioned and light filled rooms, the beautiful bespoke triple aspect kitchen, the dedicated wine room which has capacity for a collection of 86 bottles, and the amazing views over the River Blyth and towards Southwold.”