Brick Kiln, Aldeburgh

Prices from £750,000 - £960,000

Brick Kiln is stunning collection of just nine luxurious new eco-sensitive detached homes, overlooking meadowland with a sweeping panoramic view down to the River Alde estuary.

The homes are located on a rising ground at the end of a lane which is accessed off Saxmundham Road on the site of a former brickworks.

The site benefits from one of the highest conservation protections under international treaty as well as being positioned on Suffolk’s famed Heritage Coastline and part of Suffolk's Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The aim for each home is to offer arguably one of the best views in Suffolk along with expert design and superior specification throughout. The large living room provides views but to fully appreciate what is on offer Bi-folding doors lead to the 300 sq ft sun deck where they can be enjoyed to their fullest.

To remind you of the sites history, a number of the properties feature the final batch of bricks from the former works as a decorative panel in the kitchen/dining area. Every Brick Kiln home contains a number of ecologically friendly features including Sedum flowering plant roof coverings, bespoke joinery with energy efficient air source pump underfloor and radiator heating. As a nod to its history, the final batch of bricks from the former works are now featured as decorative panels in the large kitchen/dining rooms of specific homes.

Development Information

Bedrooms: 4 bedrooms

Location: Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Travel links: Aldeburgh's bustling High Street includes a network of public footpaths which connect Aldeburgh to both Thorpeness and Aldringham. The nearest train station is approximately six miles away at the market town of Saxmundham which, with a change at Ipswich, connects to London Liverpool Street.

Parking: Ample off-street parking

Developer: M S Oakes

Development address: Brick Kiln, Brickfields, Aldeburgh IP15 5PF

Development: 9 homes

Architect: Architect PRP Architects Gt Yarmouth Norfolk

Local Authority: Suffolk coastal district council

Tenure: Freehold

Insurance/Warranties: NHBC

Amenities: Aldeburgh is a fashionable seaside town within some two hours or so travelling time from Central London, whether by road or rail. A branch line to Saxmundham connects to the Inter-City service between London Liverpool Street and Ipswich.

The town is known internationally for its annual Aldeburgh Festival of music and arts, the centrepiece of a year round programme of cultural events. Aldeburgh also enjoys literary, food and documentary festivals, an independent cinema, a summer season theatre and carnival. There is excellent sailing on the Rivers Alde and Ore, golfing on Aldeburgh Golf Club’s maritime heath course, ranked among the top 100 courses in the UK, as well as a range of other leisure activities all within the peaceful and unspoilt surroundings of this stretch of delightful coastline.

 

 
 

Key contacts

Max Turner

Max Turner

Associate, Negotiator
Residential Development Sales

Savills Ipswich

+44 (0) 1473 234 800

+44 (0) 1473 234 800

 

Sarah Walsh

Sarah Walsh

Sales Negotiator
Residential Development Sales

Savills Ipswich

+44 (0) 1473 234 839

+44 (0) 1473 234 839

 

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