End of Terrace House   2 bedroom(s)   1 bathroom(s)   1 reception room(s)
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A delightful two bedroom end of terrace property forming part of a small private development on the edge of Beyton village close to Bury St Edmunds.
Part glazed wooden entrance door opening to:
ENTRANCE HALL: With Yorkstone paved flooring. Staircase to first floor with understairs storage cupboard housing the water softener and additional open storage area beneath the stairs. Ceiling coving and skirting boards. Underfloor heating.
CLOAKROOM: Window to side aspect. Yorkstone paved flooring. Low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, tiled splashback, extractor fan and ceiling coving. Underfloor heating.
KITCHEN: 9'9 x 7'6 (2.97m x 2.29m). Range of cream painted base and wall units with underlighting to wall units, oak worktops with inset 1½ single drainer Franke ceramic sink unit with chrome mixer tap. Integrated appliances include Siemens dishwasher, stainless gas hob and extractor hood, stainless steel built-in double oven, fridge and separate freezer. Space for washing machine. Window to front aspect. Yorkstone paved flooring. Part tiled walls, ceiling downlights, TV and telephone point. Underfloor heating.
SITTING/DINING ROOM: 17'8 x 14'1 5.38m x 4.39m). A generous sized room flooded with natural light through windows to side and rear aspect. Glazed French doors to rear terrace. Wall lights. TV point and ceiling coving. Underfloor heating.
LANDING: Radiator. Hatch to attic. Ceiling coving.
BEDROOM 1: 11'8 x 9'9' (3.56m x 2.97m). Window to rear aspect overlooking garden. Built-in wardrobe across one wall. Ceiling downlights, telephone point, radiator and ceiling coving.
BEDROOM 2: 11'5 x 8'2 (3.48m x 2.49m). Window to front aspect. Radiator, ceiling coving, telephone point and built-in storage cupboard.
BATHROOM: Obscured window to side aspect. Ceramic tiled flooring. Part tiled walls. Suite comprising panelled bath with antique style mixer tap and hand shower attachment with separate antique style chrome shower fitting over bath, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with antique style chrome taps. Electric shaver point. Wall light. Towel rail, extractor fan and downlights.
Outside The property is approached via a brick paved footpath to the front garden which is predominantly lawn with Cherry tree, shrub planting and slate flower border. Driveway extending to the side of the property providing parking for two vehicles and in turn leading to the GARAGE 18'6 x 9'1 (5.64m x 2.77m) with up and over door, power and striplighting, courtesy door at the rear of the garage to the rear garden.
The rear garden is a lovely tranquil spot to enjoy better weather with paved terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining, footpath leading to rear of garden and garage courtesy door. Artificial laid lawn area with part brick side boundary wall and timber fencing with pedestrian access gates to drive.
An absolute gem of a Grade II Listed character cottage having undergone significant improvement in recent years with a wealth of period features and large garden in this sought after village. The property is presented in excellent decorative order and boats predominately double glazed windows, electric storage heating, fabulous feature fireplace and exposed timbers.
Part glazed front entrance door opening to:
LIVING/DINING ROOM: 17'10 x 14'8 (5.44m x 4.47m). A delightful room with double windows to front aspect and windows to rear sun lounge. This room creates a warming heart to the cottage with brick inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer and Clearview multi stove set on a raised tiled hearth. An abundance of wall and ceiling timbers with open studwork confirms the heritage of the property and is further complemented by Travertine tiled flooring. Oak staircase to first floor. Doors leading off to sun lounge and kitchen.
KITCHEN: 13'4 x 5'6 (4.06m x 1.68m). Double aspect with windows to side and rear elevations. Range of white painted base and wall units with granite effect countertop and inset stainless steel Franke 1½ single drainer sink unit and chrome mixer tap. Integrated oven and grill, inset electric hob. Tiled splashbacks and vinyl floor covering.
SECOND SITTING ROOM/GUEST ROOM: 15'4 x 7'2 (4.67m x 2.18m). A wonderful room to enjoy the secluded rear gardens. Large picture window to rear with exterior multi glazed door to garden and further door to ground floor shower room. Wealth of exposed ceiling timbers and terracotta tiled flooring.
SHOWER ROOM: Obscured glazed window to side aspect. Suite comprising corner shower cubicle with chrome shower fittings, low level W.C. and corner wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap. Tiled flooring.
SUFFOLK LANDING: A charming area with exposed brickwork and exposed timbers. Doors leading off to principal bedrooms and bathroom. The landing area is of sufficient size to be used as a study or occasional sleeping area.
BEDROOM 1: 14'5 x 8'8 (4.39m x 8'8m). A charming room with dormer window to front aspect, exposed timbers to wall and ceiling. Door to walk-in dressing area with shelving unit, cupboard and hanging rails.
BEDROOM 2: 10'3 x 5'8 (3.12m x 1.73m). Window to side aspect. Built-in double wardrobe. Ceiling timbers and inspection hatch to attic.
BATHROOM: Obscured glazed window to rear. Part tongue and groove wood panelling to walls. Suite comprising panelled bath with chrome taps, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps. Vinyl wood effect flooring. Ceiling spotlights.
Outside The property is approached via a pedestrian path to the front entrance door with the front garden being predominantly lawn. A gravel driveway to the side of the property leads to the SINGLE DETACHED GARAGE and parking area for several vehicles and also giving access to the fabulous rear gardens.
The rear gardens offer total seclusion and are not overlooked and comprise a large lawn area, established well stocked borders, tree plantings including a number of fruit trees, a timber summerhouse and storage shed.
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