Detached House   4 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   3 reception room(s)
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A detached four bedroom family home reconstructed in the mid 1980's from a former old timber frame barn. The weather boarded property sits centrally within a generous plot in a secluded position well back from Bildeston High Street, yet within the heart of the village. The property offers versatile and spacious family living and currently provides four bedrooms, two reception rooms, large study, kitchen/breakfast room, garaging and outbuilding. Granary House additionally benefits from the modern convenience of double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating.
ENTRANCE HALL: With exterior storm porch above the front door. Staircase to the rear of the entrance hall. Window overlooking rear garden. Panelled doors leading through to the living room and kitchen/breakfast with further door to the rear of the hallway to downstairs shower room. Double radiator.
CLOAKROOM: Comprising tiled corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, low level WC. Floor mounted oil fired boiler. Window to rear aspect. Door giving access to understairs storage cupboard.
LIVING ROOM: 17'6 x 13'2 (5.33m x 4.01m). A light and airy room with glazed French doors to front aspect with adjacent windows and additional double windows to side elevations. A feature of this room is the wonderful brick inglenook fireplace with Oak bressumer and inset wood burning stove on brick hearth. This room retains much character with an abundance of exposed reclaimed timbers, however the room also benefits from radiators, TV point and panelled glazed door leading through to;
FAMILY ROOM: 15'6 x 12'6 (4.72m x 3.81m). Windows to front aspect and glazed door with adjacent picture windows overlooking the rear garden. Radiators, TV point and further panelled glazed door leading through to;
STUDY: 20'6 x 7'7 (6.25 x 2.31m). A generous sized room offering double aspect with views over the rear garden and glazed door to front. Matching glazed partitions to side. Radiators. Internal courtesy door leading through to double garage.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 17'8 x 14'9 (5.38m x 4.50m). A double aspect room with twin windows to front and glazed exterior door to rear. Range of Oak floor and wall mounted cabinets, granite and solid wood countertops. White ceramic sink with twin chrome taps and double drainer, tiled splashbacks. Recess for cooker and Neff extractor hood. Ceiling spotlights. Door to utility room. Breakfast area separated from the kitchen by open studwork. Ceiling beams. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling pendant lighting.
UTILITY ROOM: 9'1 x 4'9 (2.77m x 1.45m). Dual aspect with window to side and glazed exterior door to rear. Floor mounted storage cupboard with worktop and single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Plumbing for dishwasher. Space for tumble dryer. Brick flooring. Radiator. Ceiling strip lighting.
LANDING: A generous landing area with window to top of staircase overlooking the rear garden. Exposed chimney breast brickwork. Double airing/storage cupboard.
BEDROOM 1: 15' x 12'7 (4.57m x 3.84m). Double aspect with windows to front and rear. Radiator, TV aerial point and telephone point. Panelled door leading through to;
EN SUITE: Comprising panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash basin with mixer tap. Dual aspect with windows overlooking rear garden and Velux window to front. Ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.
BEDROOM 2: 13'1 x 10'5 (3.99m x 3.18m). Twin Velux windows to front. Fitted double wardrobe with adjacent fitted dresser unit. Eaves storage cupboards. Radiators.
BEDROOM 3: 9'6 x 7'4 (2.90m x 2.24m). Window to front aspect. Built-in double wardrobe. Radiator.
BEDROOM 4: 9'6 x 7'4 (2.90m x 2.24m). Window to rear aspect overlooking garden. Radiator. Telephone point.
BATHROOM: Suite comprising panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splashback and radiator. Window to rear. Exposed timbers and ceiling down lighting.
Outside The property is approached over a long gravel driveway, in the ownership of the adjacent property which Granary House enjoys a right of way over. Established predominantly lawned front gardens, ample parking area leading to an attached DOUBLE GARAGE with twin doors, power connected, small window and courtesy door to garden. The property additional benefits from a DETACHED WORKSHOP/STORAGE SHED with power connected and enclosed chicken coop.
The gardens are a particularly fine feature with small stream to the front boundary, range of mature trees and well stocked borders. There is a brick and slate seating area accessed from the living room French doors with further terrace area extending to the side. Access to the rear garden is from both sides of the property with a large log storage shed to the right hand. Beautiful rear walled gardens offer a tranquil and secluded area for outdoor entertaining and the gardens are predominantly lawn with established trees, shrubs and borders. To the rear of the garden is a covered seating area and brick and timber constructed summer house. Adjacent to the rear garden is an allotment area that maybe available to rent by separate negotiation.
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