Brettenham, Ipswich, Suffolk ( Sold ) Guide Price £409,995

Semi-Detached House         3 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

A beautifully presented semi-detached character house situated within a peaceful Suffolk village. The property benefits from generous living accommodation and a contemporary kitchen together with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a further loft room suitable for a variety of potential uses. The property benefits from wonderful open views across neighbouring farmland as well as plenty of parking and a detached garage.

Contact David Burr Long Melford on 01787 883144 or email melford@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Semi-detached village house
  • Stunning countryside views
  • Two reception rooms
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Jack and Jill En-suite bathroom
  • Third loft room perfect for hobbies or as a study
  • Peaceful village location
  • Garage and off-road parking

A beautifully presented semi-detached character house situated within a peaceful Suffolk village. The property benefits from generous living accommodation and a contemporary kitchen together with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a further loft room suitable for a variety of potential uses. The property benefits from wonderful open views across neighbouring farmland as well as plenty of parking and a detached garage.

Solid wood and glass panel stable door leading to:-

DINING HALL: 15'2 x 15'0" > 11'4" (4.62m x 4.57m > 3.46m) A cosy and welcoming reception room currently utilised as a dining hall with a variety of characterful features including an exposed parquet brick floor, heavily timbered ceiling and a central exposed mellow red brick chimney breast with the potential to insert a wood burning stove if desired (subject to any necessary permissions). Staircase rising to first floor with useful understairs storage cupboard off. Windows with pretty views over the property's front garden and Suffolk thumb latch door leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 15' 5" x 14' 10" (4.7m x 4.52m) A beautiful triple aspect room with secondary glazed windows and door opening onto terracing with stunning far-reaching field views across the garden and onto open countryside beyond. The focal point of the room is a centrally positioned wood burning stove situated on a brick hearth with floor-to-ceiling exposed red brick chimney stack together with exposed beams to the ceiling.

INNER HALL: With pamment tiled flooring and doors opening onto:-

UTILITY CUPBOARD: With space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Additional storage cupboard with useful fitted shelving. Further doors leading to:-

KITCHEN: 10'4" x 9'0" (3.15m x 2.75m) With a continuation of pamment tiled flooring and a vaulted ceiling displaying what was once the external wall of the house with exposed timbers. Large range of windows with wonderful field views across the property's rear garden. The kitchen itself is finished to a high standard with a range of base level matte grey cabinets with solid oak worksurfaces incorporating a one-and-a-half ceramic sink with mixer tap above and drainer to side, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a free-standing refrigerator/freezer. Further space for free-standing range cooker with tiled splashback. Stable door opening onto terracing.

BATHROOM: 7'11" x 5'7" (2.42m x 1.69m) With panel bath and shower over, WC and wash hand basin.

First Floor

LANDING: With exposed beams, door leading to staircase rising to second floor and further Suffolk thumb latch doors leading to:-

BEDROOM 1: 15'1'" x 14'10" (4.59m x 4.51m) A particularly generous double bedroom with beautiful views across the property's front and rear gardens and onto open farmland beyond. Original oak mullion window as well as a range of fitted wardrobes with traditional style fittings. Door leading to:-

JACK AND JILL BATHROOM: With exposed beams, corner shower with tiled surround and glass folding door, WC and pedestal wash hand.

BEDROOM 2: 15' 1" x 7' 7" (4.6m x 2.31m) A further double bedroom with windows overlooking the property's front and rear gardens and onto open farmland. Useful integrated wardrobes with wooden doors with traditional ironmongery and an inset hanging rail. Discreet wooden door opening onto the 'Jack and Jill' bathroom.

Second Floor Access with restricted head height.

LOFT ROOM: 20'7" > 15'5 x 8'7" (6.28m > 4.7m x 2.61m) Original dark elm wood staircase rising to a useful space currently utilised as a yoga studio/hobbies room but with the potential to be utilised as a home study or as further storage however preferred. Exposed beams throughout as well as a red brick chimney breast to one end. Vaulted ceiling and beautiful countryside views with a South-Easterly aspect. Range of fitted wardrobes providing useful additional storage.

Outside To the front of the property is a pretty cottage garden with Rowan, apple and pear trees together with well-established flowerbeds with a colourful variety of plants and flowers. A sweeping gravel driveway provides OFF-ROAD PARKING and in turn leads onto:-

GARAGE/WORKSHOP: 15'8 x 8'5 (4.77m x 2.57m) An attractive timber framed structure with clay pantile roof and wooden double doors with power and light connected.

The property's rear garden is beautifully presented and borders open farmland with a south easterly aspect and stunning far-reaching views. An expanse of lawn is bordered by well-stocked beds containing a rich variety of flowers, shrubs, hedging and herbs. A particularly fine Eucalyptus tree uniquely frames the garden together with a mature plum tree. Immediately abutting the property is a large stone terrace which takes full advantage of the field views and which has clearly been designed with entertaining and alfresco dining in mind.

There is the further benefit of a useful TIMBER STORAGE SHED adjacent to the garage.

AGENT´S NOTES The property is Grade II listed and thought to date back to the 16th century.

The agent has been advised that planning permission was granted in 2016 for a significant extension further details of which can be provided upon request.

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


Contact David Burr Long Melford

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 883144 or email melford@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Semi-detached village house
  • Stunning countryside views
  • Two reception rooms
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Jack and Jill En-suite bathroom
  • Third loft room perfect for hobbies or as a study
  • Peaceful village location
  • Garage and off-road parking

A beautifully presented semi-detached character house situated within a peaceful Suffolk village. The property benefits from generous living accommodation and a contemporary kitchen together with two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a further loft room suitable for a variety of potential uses. The property benefits from wonderful open views across neighbouring farmland as well as plenty of parking and a detached garage.

Solid wood and glass panel stable door leading to:-

DINING HALL: 15'2 x 15'0" > 11'4" (4.62m x 4.57m > 3.46m) A cosy and welcoming reception room currently utilised as a dining hall with a variety of characterful features including an exposed parquet brick floor, heavily timbered ceiling and a central exposed mellow red brick chimney breast with the potential to insert a wood burning stove if desired (subject to any necessary permissions). Staircase rising to first floor with useful understairs storage cupboard off. Windows with pretty views over the property's front garden and Suffolk thumb latch door leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 15' 5" x 14' 10" (4.7m x 4.52m) A beautiful triple aspect room with secondary glazed windows and door opening onto terracing with stunning far-reaching field views across the garden and onto open countryside beyond. The focal point of the room is a centrally positioned wood burning stove situated on a brick hearth with floor-to-ceiling exposed red brick chimney stack together with exposed beams to the ceiling.

INNER HALL: With pamment tiled flooring and doors opening onto:-

UTILITY CUPBOARD: With space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Additional storage cupboard with useful fitted shelving. Further doors leading to:-

KITCHEN: 10'4" x 9'0" (3.15m x 2.75m) With a continuation of pamment tiled flooring and a vaulted ceiling displaying what was once the external wall of the house with exposed timbers. Large range of windows with wonderful field views across the property's rear garden. The kitchen itself is finished to a high standard with a range of base level matte grey cabinets with solid oak worksurfaces incorporating a one-and-a-half ceramic sink with mixer tap above and drainer to side, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a free-standing refrigerator/freezer. Further space for free-standing range cooker with tiled splashback. Stable door opening onto terracing.

BATHROOM: 7'11" x 5'7" (2.42m x 1.69m) With panel bath and shower over, WC and wash hand basin.

First Floor

LANDING: With exposed beams, door leading to staircase rising to second floor and further Suffolk thumb latch doors leading to:-

BEDROOM 1: 15'1'" x 14'10" (4.59m x 4.51m) A particularly generous double bedroom with beautiful views across the property's front and rear gardens and onto open farmland beyond. Original oak mullion window as well as a range of fitted wardrobes with traditional style fittings. Door leading to:-

JACK AND JILL BATHROOM: With exposed beams, corner shower with tiled surround and glass folding door, WC and pedestal wash hand.

BEDROOM 2: 15' 1" x 7' 7" (4.6m x 2.31m) A further double bedroom with windows overlooking the property's front and rear gardens and onto open farmland. Useful integrated wardrobes with wooden doors with traditional ironmongery and an inset hanging rail. Discreet wooden door opening onto the 'Jack and Jill' bathroom.

Second Floor Access with restricted head height.

LOFT ROOM: 20'7" > 15'5 x 8'7" (6.28m > 4.7m x 2.61m) Original dark elm wood staircase rising to a useful space currently utilised as a yoga studio/hobbies room but with the potential to be utilised as a home study or as further storage however preferred. Exposed beams throughout as well as a red brick chimney breast to one end. Vaulted ceiling and beautiful countryside views with a South-Easterly aspect. Range of fitted wardrobes providing useful additional storage.

Outside To the front of the property is a pretty cottage garden with Rowan, apple and pear trees together with well-established flowerbeds with a colourful variety of plants and flowers. A sweeping gravel driveway provides OFF-ROAD PARKING and in turn leads onto:-

GARAGE/WORKSHOP: 15'8 x 8'5 (4.77m x 2.57m) An attractive timber framed structure with clay pantile roof and wooden double doors with power and light connected.

The property's rear garden is beautifully presented and borders open farmland with a south easterly aspect and stunning far-reaching views. An expanse of lawn is bordered by well-stocked beds containing a rich variety of flowers, shrubs, hedging and herbs. A particularly fine Eucalyptus tree uniquely frames the garden together with a mature plum tree. Immediately abutting the property is a large stone terrace which takes full advantage of the field views and which has clearly been designed with entertaining and alfresco dining in mind.

There is the further benefit of a useful TIMBER STORAGE SHED adjacent to the garage.

AGENT´S NOTES The property is Grade II listed and thought to date back to the 16th century.

The agent has been advised that planning permission was granted in 2016 for a significant extension further details of which can be provided upon request.

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

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