The living accommodation extends to just over 2,500sq ft, all arranged on one single level
All rooms are well proportioned and enjoy a large degree of natural light
Set amongst acres of wildlife-laden countryside and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Beacon of contemporary Danish design
Tranquil location close to the heritage coast
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Stunning contemporary house with far reaching marshland views
Distances Southwold 2.5 miles Aldeburgh 17 miles Framlingham 20 miles Woodbridge 27 miles (All mileages and times are approximate)
Reydon is only a couple of miles outside the popular seaside town of Southwold. As such, it provides a tranquil location from which to explore all that the Suffolk Heritage Coast has to offer. The popular, coastal village of Walberswick offers everyday shopping facilities, whilst more extensive shopping is available at the coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh, approximately eight and 17 miles respectively. There are golf courses, sailing clubs and numerous restaurants within the vicinity. The coastal village of Dunwich is situated to the south with adjacent reed beds, forest and the Minsmere Bird Reserve. Southwold is just over two miles distant on foot or bicycle. In the village, and close at hand, are two public houses (with restaurants) and various shops and a good village shop. Darsham Station is eight miles away with a link to Ipswich Station, from where, London's Liverpool Street Station can be reached in 65 minutes
The Pavilion House is a landmark house set amongst some very special rural surroundings. The living accommodation extends to just over 2,500 sq ft, all arranged on one single level, with all rooms enjoying a large degree of natural light, and laid with Dinesen Douglas Fir floorboards throughout (bathrooms tiled). The reception hall runs full depth, front to back, with full-height glass panels ensuring a fabulous sense of space whilst also providing a comfortable alternative room to enjoy, whether as a study area or snug around the wood burning stove. From the door you can see to the far end of each wing of the house. From the hallway is a large coat cupboard and cloakroom. One side of the hallway leads north and opens up to a stunning kitchen/breakfast room with full-height glazing and doors to front and back to the gardens. The kitchen area itself incorporates a number of base-level storage units with Neff induction hob, integrated drawer fridge, double oven and dishwasher. Set amongst acres of wildlife-laden countryside and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Pavilion House stands as a beacon of contemporary Danish design.
Designed by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm Architects, based in Copenhagan, where their work is found in balance - between richness and restraint, between order and complexity - where projects are imbued with an intrinsic quality: A simplicity that carries bigger ideas. The Pavilion encompasses these values, and manages to provide exceptional contemporary living space with a practical and considered footprint. The sitting room enjoys a north and west orientation, two-thirds of which is glazed with views over the gardens, and warmed by a recessed open fire with floating hearth.
The bedroom wing has a delightful double-aspect master bedroom with glazed doors to both front and back, served by a walk-in dressing room and stylish high-quality en suite bathroom. The two remaining double bedrooms both have views to the east over the gardens and neighbouring farmland, and have equal access to a shared shower room, well fitted and beautifully designed.
Outside The Pavilion House is well positioned centrally within its plot, which extends to around 5.7 acre adjoining the working farm. The grounds are largely laid to lawn leading up to the property which is flanked by a limestone plinth all around the property. The annexe (90 sq m) which requires completion complements the principal house and is a detached self-contained annexe, with Siberian larch cladding, and perfect for those seeking secondary living accommodation or an office, with limestone flooring, wet room and storage. To the north lies an exceptionally spacious 15,000 sq ft barn providing great potential for a variety of uses.
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