Take a look at Sedge House, Eastbridge

A wonderfully light and airy holiday home with gorgeous views of fields through a wall of windows in the sociable and stylish open plan living space on the first floor, with the added bonus of a south-facing balcony, cloakroom and a sitting/TV room. All three bedrooms on the ground floor are a generous size and individually decorated and furnished with a quirky retro-chic design; one with an en-suite shower room and an additional family bathroom and separate cloakroom. Sedge House is built to Passivhaus Institute Low Energy Principals and sits in a tranquil spot off a quiet country lane, yet within walking distance of an award-winning pub and short drive to the picturesque coast.

A wonderfully light and airy holiday home with gorgeous views of fields through a wall of windows in the sociable and stylish open plan living space on the first floor with added bonus of a south-facing balcony, cloakroom and a sitting/TV room. All three bedrooms on the ground floor are a generous size and individually decorated and furnished with a quirky retro-chic design; one with an en-suite shower room and an additional family bathroom and separate cloakroom. Sedge House is built to Passivhaus Institute Low Energy Principals and sits in a tranquil spot off a quiet country lane, yet within walking distance of an award-winning pub and short drive to the picturesque coast.

This unusual upside-down house has a large hallway with bedrooms and bath/shower rooms to one side and the cloakroom and utility room to the other. A lovely south-facing deck is accessed from the hall and through double doors from the master bedroom, where you can relax with your morning coffee. The first floor consists of an impressive open plan kitchen/dining/living area with glazed end wall which draws copious amounts of light and frames the view to the fields.

Eastbridge sits on the edge of the RSPB Nature Reserve at Minsmere with Dunwich Forest and the sea a 15-minute drive away and the house is on a quiet lane as you drive into the hamlet. There’s off road parking in front of the wicker fence for two cars with a large lawn wrapping around the house with two balconies on the first floor giving exceptional views of the surrounding fields.