A real triumph for stylish modern design, beautifully combining graceful period charm with essential spacious proportions.
An elegant hallway, full of natural light through the grand stained glass porch windows which pours through, highlighting the handsome character features. The sitting room offers a quiet place to recluse away within, offering a pretty view out to the tree lined road through the wide bay window, an essential room to have to compliment the contrasting open plan kitchen area. Traditionally the dining room, the box bay windowed study now offers another versatile space to suit a variety of needs. Leading through to the stunning vaulted kitchen/dining area, a recent addition to this charming home which has seriously changed the dynamics and created a bold, stylish space with room for all the family to enjoy. Perfectly positioned to enjoy views out to the substantial south facing garden, this room is again flooded with natural light from the skylights above, emphasising the stylish light grey kitchen cabinets and highlighting the neutral stone effect flooring. Overall, a real game changing space to an already stunning home.
Rising to the first floor, the charming character features continue, beautifully entwined with bold yet traditional colour schemes. Three bedrooms lead from the landing here in addition to the palatial family bathroom suite which is sympathetically fitted with a traditional style suite and elegant bold blue tiling detailing.
Rising again up to the recently added second stairwell, the attic room has been converted to create even further versatile space. With still room to add your personal taste to with final finishing touches to this space to create exactly what you need and like.

Key Features

  • Detached, brick built, two storey 'Man Cave'
  • Generous, south facing garden
  • Desirable, tree lined road in Pakefield
  • Stunning, vaulted open plan kitchen, dining room
  • Elegant character features
  • Bold, yet sympathetic interior
  • Recently converted attic space
  • Garage and driveway for several vehicles
  • Spacious, yet versatile proportions throughout
  • Stunning, curb side appeal


We talk about ‘curb appeal’, now this is what it looks like. Beautifully framed beyond an iron topped brick wall, the period frontage with bay fronted windows, lead lined and stain glass windows is a true Victorian masterpiece. The driveway here allows parking for a number of vehicles off-road and access to the garage. The south facing rear garden is substantial in size, mature in landscaping with a few little treats tucked away. A Grade II listed war shelter is one of those, easily accessed via a brick stairwell and carefully covered with concrete slabs to ensure its longevity. The second treat, another game changing feature of this home, ‘The Man Cave’… A two storey, brick built outbuilding currently kitted out as a true man zone, with functioning bar and kitsch log burning stove. With an open mezzanine level, this building could serve as so many different purposes.

Franks Thoughts...

Having personally admired this home for years, it is such a privilege to list. The Victorian proportions and features have been so thoughtfully combined with striking modern elements. The kitchen really offers the wow factor and provides that modern open plan space so many people are looking for. Situated on one of my favourite roads in Pakefield, this home has so much to offer the whole family and its versatile layout allows the potential to grow with you and your family over the years.

69 The Avenue

69 The Avenue, Lowestoft NR33 7LH, UK

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The Legal Part

While we endeavour to maintain accurate photographs, floor plans, and descriptions, these are intended as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection. Fixtures and fittings are to be agreed with the seller. Total floorplan measurements have been rounded for ease and distances are also provided as an approximate. The services, systems and appliances listed within our specifications have not been tested by us and therefore provide no guarantee to their operating ability or efficiency.