Land for quirky, luxury home with swimming pool up for sale for £1million

Three-dimensional renders of the property designed by Modece Architects for a plot in Little Bealing

Three-dimensional renders of the property designed by Modece Architects for a plot in Little Bealings Picture: JAMIE CHRISTENSEN/THIRD RULE STUDIOS - Credit: Archant

A plot of land with planning permission for “a design of architectural excellence” is up for sale near Woodbridge for £1million.

Three-dimensional renders of the property designed by Modece Architects for a plot in Little Bealing

Three-dimensional renders of the property designed by Modece Architects for a plot in Little Bealings Picture: JAMIE CHRISTENSEN/THIRD RULE STUDIOS - Credit: Archant

The 1.25acre plot just off Martlesham Road, in Little Bealings, was granted planning permission in January 2019 for an ultra-modern looking house designed by Stowmarket-based Modece Architects.

According to a planning decision notice, development on the site must take place within three years of the notice being issued.

MORE: Disused water pumping station could be transformed into new home

Three-dimensional renders of the property designed by Modece Architects for a plot in Little Bealing

Three-dimensional renders of the property designed by Modece Architects for a plot in Little Bealings Picture: JAMIE CHRISTENSEN/THIRD RULE STUDIOS - Credit: Archant

Set across two levels, the design has five bedrooms - each with an en-suite.

Plans show the entrance level featuring three bedrooms and an open plan kitchen which leads out on to a south-facing balcony, with a view over the surrounding fields.


You may also want to watch:


On the lower level a swimming pool and water garden are planned, as well as a dining area, games room and snug.

Bedrooms four and five are situated in a self-contained annexe.

Most Read

Eco-features are also planned for the property including a sedum planted roof and solar panels.

The site is on the market with Jackson-Stops.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus