This gorgeous farmland house could be yours for £525,000
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Prepare to fall in love with this stunning Snape property - could this be your dream home?
This property, which is named Wad House, is located on quiet, rural, Wadd Lane in Snape.
Wad House is a three double bedroom residence which backs onto picturesque farmland. It is an ultra-low energy passive house on the edge of a sought after village and only a short drive from the heritage coast.
The accommodation is light and spacious and consists of a large open-plan living/dining room which has double doors that open on to the decking. From the decking you can see stunning views over the adjoining farmland.
The reception room flows through to the kitchen area, it is well-equipped, modern, with stone work-tops and built in appliances. It also has a large island unit with breakfast bar.
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On the first floor there is a generous landing, a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, two further bedrooms, and a family bathroom all with views over the farmland to the rear.
The property is approached over a gravel drive leading to private parking. An area of garden to the front has been lawned and enclosed with a picket fence and a hedgerow has been planted.
To the rear is the private garden which has been mainly laid to lawn and an area of decking to the rear of the house to enjoy the stunning views of the adjacent farmland. Don’t miss: Take a look inside this tranquil £1.2m Aldeburgh property
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