Edwardstone, Sudbury, Suffolk

This Grade II listed quintessential thatched cottage enjoys a tranquil, semi-rural setting within the ever popular Suffolk village of Edwardstone. Detached double garage, ample off-street parking and landscaped gardens of approximately 0.75 acres.

  • Sitting Room
  • Dining room
  • Garden room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Open fireplaces
  • Double garage and off street parking
  • Tranquil setting
  • 0.75 acres
Door to:

ENTRANCE HALL: With window to side, fitted shelving and archway opening to:

SITTING ROOM: 7.69m x 4.17m (25' 2" into fireplace x 13' 8") Split into two distinct sections with a snug/family room to side enjoying a triple aspect with windows to front, side and rear overlooking gardens. Central timbered partition, staircase off and further complimented by a wealth of exposed timbers and studwork and an outstanding red brick Inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer beam over. Walkway to:

DINING ROOM: 4.38m x 4.2m (14' 4" x 13' 9") With window to front overlooking farmland and offering an array of individual period features including exposed timber work, exposed brick work and an open fireplace with grey brick hearth and recessed shelving beside. Door with Suffolk latch to:

CLOAKROOM: With tiled flooring throughout and fitted with WC, wash hand basin and clouded glazed window to rear.

REAR HALL: With secondary staircase off and door with Suffolk latch to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 5.17m x 4.25m (16' 11" x 13' 11") Fitted with a matching range of wooden fronted base and wall units throughout with granite effect worktops over and splash back tiles above. Pamment brick flooring and offering a dual aspect with window to front and south facing window to rear overlooking gardens. Stainless steel single sink unit with vegetable to side, mixer tap over and space for a range of appliances including a four door Belling double oven with five ring hob over and extractor hood above, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Further features include a redbrick fireplace with inset oil fired boiler.

GARDEN ROOM: 5.59m x 3.55m (18' 4" x 11' 7") This contemporary addition to the property enjoys a mahogany surround and pitched roofline offering an open aspect on three sides over the extensively landscaped gardens. Double doors to rear opening to terrace.

First floor

LANDING: Door with Suffolk latch to linen cupboard housing water cylinder and further door to store room with useful fitted shelving. Door to:

MASTER BEDROOM: 5.60m x 4.23m (18' 4" x 13' 10" with restricted head height in places) Enjoying a wealth of exposed timberwork with central pitched roof line and redbrick chimney stack. Window to front affording elevated views over the surrounding farmland.

BEDROOM 2: 4.29m x 3.54m (14' 0" x 11' 7") With exposed timbers and studwork and set beneath a pitched roofline, window to side overlooking the gardens.

BEDROOM 3: 3.48m x 3.07m (11' 5" x 10' 0") With exposed timber work, stripped oak flooring and a range of fitted wardrobe units. Window to side.

SHOWER ROOM: Fully tiled and fitted with WC, ceramic wash hand basin and fully tiled separately screened single shower unit fitted with attachment.

BEDROOM 4: 3.30m x 1.86m (10' 9" x 6' 1") Currently being utilised as an office/study with exposed timber work and window to front. Sliding door to fitted wardrobe units.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Fully tiled and fitted with WC, ceramic wash hand basin and bath with tiling above.

Outside This striking period property is approached via a quiet road, set exceptionally well within its plot of 0.75 acres. An established hedge line is set to the front of the property with a principally lawned area beyond and attractive border of low level plants, shrubs and fledgling trees. A gravel in and out drive provides ample off street parking for a range of vehicles with direct access to:

DOUBLE GARAGE: 6.71m x 5.28m (22' 0" x 17' 3") With up and over doors to front, light and power connected and personal door to side.

GARDEN The rear gardens are an outstanding feature of the property, landscaped to provide an array of flowers, potted plants, shrubs fruit trees and other diverse specimens. The gardens are interspersed by many walkways and paths, a particularly impressive oak tree set to the rear of the gardens being worthy of special reference. A rear terrace provides a particularly attractive south facing position, bordered by a shallow pond and well stocked, mature borders. The garden enjoy a hedged border on all sides abutting open farmland with uninterrupted views toward the neighbouring village of Groton.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

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