A house in the country…

  • By Amanda Reynolds
  • Jun 6th, 2012
  • Thoughts

A trip to the Suffolk seaside for fish and chips on the beach (well, in the pub…) included a stop along the way to visit the Snape Maltings home of Benjamin Britten’s Aldeburgh Music empire, a great pile of accreted, secreted and converted Victorian industrial buildings looking over the reedy marshes and the river estuary towards the distant shingly shore… …which sensitively reflects its traditional fishing character… The Snape Maltings is romantic, grand and serious with only a modicum of tourist tat confusing the central mission, but then there’s this: A funky little house plonked in the middle of an…



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