The property provides a unique opportunity to create a new home from the conversion of an historic building with uninterrupted and far reaching views over the Blyth Estuary.
The two barns and their land are set in a stunning location
immediately adjacent to the River Blyth Estuary.
Situated on the edge of the popular and historic village of
Blythburgh, the property lies in a sought after area of the Suffolk
Coast, including the seaside settlements of Southwold and
Walberswick which are both nearby.
Southwold offers good shopping facilities along with other
important amenities. Road access is good with the A12 passing
nearby and Darsham Station to the south provides trains to
London’s Liverpool Street via Ipswich.
Hawthorn Barns occupy a delightful position overlooking the
River Blyth Estuary with meadow land running down to the
The property provides a unique opportunity to create a new
home from the conversion of an historic building with
uninterrupted and far reaching views over the Blyth Estuary
looking towards the coast and Southwold.
The design for the traditional barn includes a large open plan
kitchen with utility room, dining room and living area.
The accommodation also includes three double bedrooms, one
of which is ensuite, a family bathroom and a mezzanine floor
providing a snug area.
In the case of the planning consent for the roadside new build the design incorporates accommodation over a single storey
including a large open plan kitchen, dining and living area with
two double bedrooms, one ensuite bathroom, a family bathroom
and utility room.
The meadow land is Lotted separately but it is envisaged that the purchaser of the traditional barn will wish to acquire Lot 3 to
secure their view over the Blyth Estuary. The remainder of the
meadow extending to 8.14 acres (3.296 hectares) and in another ownership may also be available to purchase by way of a separate negotiation, the extent of this being shaded blue in the sale plan.
Further details of the planning permission can be found on the
East Suffolk Council Planning Portal. The relevant planning
references are:- DC/18/1833/LBC, DC/17/2751/LBC,
DC/17/2750/FUL and DC/18/1832/FUL.
Additional information regarding the planning consent is available
by request at Savills.
Certain access arrangements exist at the front of the site, close
to the highway, providing access to the adjoining Hawthorn
Farmhouse, which will be clarified with interested parties and are
Rights and Reservations
As recorded in a 1954 conveyance of the adjoining property,
Hawthorn Farmhouse, the following rights were provided in
favour of Hawthorn Farmhouse:
1. A right of way over the hatched area on the site plan.
2. A right for Hawthorn Farmhouse to use the soakaway
situated on Hawthorn Farm, as identified by ‘x’ on the site plan.
3. A right for the owners of Hawthorn Farm to access the
garden of Hawthorn Farmhouse for use of the well.
The approximate extent of the 3 Lots is described below and
shown on the sale plan, with the precise splits being finalised if a
sale in Lots materialises.
Lot 1 Traditional Barn and some 0.57 acres (0.231 hectares)
shaded green on the plan.
Lot 2 Roadside new build and some 0.08 acres (0.034
hectares) shaded pink on the plan.
Lot 3 Meadow land 1.75 acres (0.708 hectares) shaded
beige on the plan.
In the event that Lots 1 and 2 are sold separately it will be
necessary to agree the route of services to Lot 2, along with
access over the Lot 1 entrance drive.
Acreage: 2.4 Acres
From Ipswich proceed north along the A12. Upon arriving in
Blythburgh turn right onto the B1125. Proceed for 300 yards and
the property is situated on the left hand side.