Detached House   4 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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Believed to date from the mid 16th century, 'Ye Olde House' is an outstanding Grade II Listed 4 bedroom detached house boasting a wealth of period features. Constructed with a timber frame under a black glazed pantiled roof, the property stands proudly well back from the road with an attractive front elevation. Of particular note is the prominent jettied first floor, and this feature is further complemented by other fine examples of period architecture such as mullion windows, exposed timbers and impressive Inglenook fireplaces. The property extends to almost 3,000 square feet and the house would therefore make for a fantastic family house with free flowing and spacious living accommodation arranged over three floors as well as the added benefit of a cellar. Outside are delightful and well maintained gardens to the front, side and rear as well as a substantial outbuilding with full planning permission to be converted into further accommodation.
BANQUET HALL: 19' 4" x 17' 4" (5.9m x 5.3m) A striking and characterful room offering exposed carved timbers as well as feature fireplace on a tiled hearth with oak bressumer over, door to storage cupboard, window to front aspect and double doors to:
STUDY: 15' 1" x 12' 1" (4.6m x 3.7m) With wood panelling, door to storage cupboard, window to front aspect door through to kitchen.
REAR HALL: With stairs rising to the first floor, door to under stairs cupboard, tiled flooring, door to rear and doors to:
SITTING ROOM: 18' 4" x 15' 5" (5.6m x 4.7m) A magnificent, spacious room with triple aspect windows to the front, side and rear and again with exposed timbers and featuring inset with wood burning stove on a tiled hearth and oak bressumer over. Preserved former bread oven.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 21' 3" x 10' 9" (6.5m x 3.3m) Fitted with a matching range of base units with worktops over and inset with 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink, drainer and mixer tap. Integrated appliances include four ring gas hob, oven and grill.
Space for dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Exposed timbers, door to second staircase and door to walk-in larder with shelving. Additional door down into the cellar.
UTILITY ROOM: 10' 9" x 7' 6" (3.3m x 2.3m) Located betwixt the rear hall and kitchen/breakfast room and benefitting from base units with worktops over, tiled flooring, window to rear aspect and access to loft. The utility room also houses the oil fired boiler.
LANDING: Split level with window to rear aspect, built in shelving, stairs to second floor and doors to:
MASTER BEDROOM: 20' 4" x 12' 1" (6.20m x 3.70m) A generous double bedroom with window to front aspect and inset with fireplace on a tiled hearth with oak bressumer over. Door to storage cupboard with shelving and hanging space, mullion window to front and door to:
INNER HALL: With door to airing cupboard and opening to:
BEDROOM 2: 17' 8" x 13' 9" (5.40m x 4.20m) Ideal as a guest suite. With two windows to side aspect feature fireplace, exposed timbers and stairs down into the kitchen
SHOWER ROOM: Also accessed via the inner hall. White suite comprising WC, wash basin set into a vanity unit with storage under, corner tiled shower cubicle, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, window to rear aspect and exposed beams.
BEDROOM 3: 16' 0" x 12' 5" (4.9m x 3.8m) Another double room at the east wing of the house with double aspect windows to the front and side. Again with exposed timbers, oak flooring, feature fireplace on a tiled hearth with oak bressumer over. Door to storage cupboard with shelving and hanging space.
Second floor Accessed via a winding staircase adjacent to a red brick chimney breast leading to:
BEDROOM 4: 21' 11" x 12' 1" (6.7m x 3.7m) Another double room with double aspect windows to front and rear, exposed beams and door to storage cupboard with shelving and hanging space.
Outside The property is set well back from the road behind an attractive brick and flint wall and is accessed over a private gravel drive providing off road parking for several vehicles. The grounds are private in nature and well maintained with lawns extending around the property on three sides. To the rear is south facing aspect with far reaching countryside views beyond. There is also a terrace abutting the rear of the property.
Bordering the east boundary is a red brick outbuilding, which has been granted full planning permission under planning reference BC/15/0419/DOMFD to convert into further living accommodation/office space, plans for which are included in this brochure. Further details can be found by contacting the agent.
In all about 0.43 acres.
AGENTS NOTE: We understand the property is located within a conservation area.
SERVICES: Main water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired heating.
NOTE None of these services have been tested by the agent.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk Council, West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3YU (01284 763233).
VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR.
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