£189,995Mid Terraced • 2 Bedrooms • 1 Bathroom
A charming period cottage having undergone a recent programme of modernisation/improvements and now providing light, well-appointed accommodation in the heart of well served Suffolk Village. The accommodation combines character (fireplaces, wood floors etc) with practical living space (2 large double bedrooms, kitchen/dining room). The cottage has the further benefit of a charming south facing garden.View Property
£175,000Mid Terraced • 2 Bedrooms • 1 Bathroom
This Grade II Listed Victorian terraced cottage is situated overlooking the market square in the heart of the popular and sought after market town of Clare. The property, which is also situated just a stone's throw from Clare Country Park, would make an ideal first time home.View Property
£175,000Cottage • 2 Bedrooms • 1 Bathroom
This Grade II Listed Victorian terraced cottage is situated in the heart of the popular and sought after market town of Clare. The property, which is also situated just a stone's throw from Clare Country Park, would make an ideal first time home.View Property
£150,000Building Plot / Land
An opportunity to develop this unique secluded building plot measuring approximately 1/10th acre. The plot comes with several options to potentially increase the size or alter the current proposed scheme. The existing outline planning permission can be found on the council website (B/17/01110)View Property
£100,000Apartment • 2 Bedrooms • 1 Bathroom
A well presented second floor flat in this popular development specifically designed for individuals aged 55 and over in the centre of the village and within walking distance of all the amenities. Allocated parking, residents common room and laundry room. NO ONWARD CHAIN.View Property
£50,000Building Plot / Land
A rare opportunity to acquire 6.4 acres (STS) of low lying water meadow, benefiting from vehicular access and accessable via footpath from Vicary Estate and Oatech Grove, which abuts the property.
Situated in the ever-popular South Suffolk village of Assington. The meadow is currently used for grazing rare breed cattle and is located in a gently sloping valley. The Assington Brook flows through it, providing drinking water for the cattle. As far as it is known, agriultural chemicals have never been applied to the site of the meadow, it therefore supports a diverse wet grassland plant community including Ragged Robin, Brittle Clubrush and Southern Marsh Orchard are among the more common and indicative wetland species recorded. The meadow benefits from a right of way with or without vehicles for agricultural
purposes from The Street, Assington.