Detached House   4 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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A splendid detached cottage with notable period features throughout; of particular note are the two inglenook fireplaces. The property has been maintained and presented to an excellent order throughout and occupies a wonderful semi-rural position in this highly favoured Suffolk area. The property offers substantial versatile accommodation and is complemented further by detached annexe accommodation, large grounds of approximately 0.36 acre off street parking for multiple vehicles and undulating countryside views.
Entrance door to;
ENTRANCE HALL: With attractive parquet wood flooring and Suffolk latch doors through to;
DRAWING ROOM: 17'7 x 14'2 (5.35m x 4.31m). A delightful room with exposed timbers and studwork. Large inglenook fireplace with former bread oven under Oak bressumer with inset wood burning stove and set upon a tiled hearth. Views overlooking the front and side garden. Bespoke staircase rising to first floor.
SITTING ROOM: 14'3 x 9'7 (4.34m x 2.91m). A charming room with many exposed timbers and studwork. Large inglenook fireplace under Oak bressumer with inset wood burning stove set up a tiled hearth creating the main focal point to the room. Designated study area 13'1 x 7'4 (4m x 2.23m) with views to rear garden.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 19'3 x 13'8 (5.86m x 4.16m). A delightful room with an extensive range of matching four ring electric hob, oven beneath with extractor hood oven, sink unit with 1½ bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over, built-in washing machine. Well placed central preparation island. Spaces for fridge and freezer. Attractive tiled flooring continuing to the designated dining area. French doors opening to;
CONSERVATORY: 19'5 x 11'2 (5.93m x 3.41m). A light and spacious room with French style double doors opening to the rear terrace and views of the garden beyond.
BATHROOM: 8'3 x 6'5 (2.1m x 1.96m). Fitted with roll top ball and claw bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin and W.C. Large built-in cupboard.
REAR LOBBY: With tiled floor and providing access to the grounds.
Staircase rising to;
RECEPTION LANDING: A spacious area that could lend itself to a multiple of uses including study or reading area. Doors to;
BEDROOM 1: 15'7 x 12'11 (4.74m x 3.94m). Views overlooking the side garden. Large built-in wardrobes.
BEDROOM 2: 14'2 x 9'7 (4.31m x 2.91m). A delightful room with exposed timbers and studwork. Views overlooking the far reaching countryside to the front. Door to;
BEDROOM 4: 14'2 x 7'4 (4.31m x 2.23m). A versatile room ideally place to lend itself to become a dressing area if so required. Exposed timbers and studwork. Views overlooking the rear garden.
BEDROOM 3: 14'2 x 7'4 (4.31m x 2.24m). With views overlooking the side garden and countryside beyond.
BATHROOM: 8'2 x 5'9 (2.48m x 1.75m). Having a roll top ball and claw bath, wash hand basin and W.C. Heated towel rail. Built-in cupboard.
ANNEXE ACCOMMODATION A recently designed area with entrance door opening to;
SITTING ROOM/KITCHEN AREA: An open plan L shaped room with designated kitchen area. Sitting room 19'6 x 10' (5.94m x 3.04m) - with views to the front. Opening to Kitchen area 9'7 x 8'2 (2.93m x 2.49m) - with a range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a four ring electric hob, oven beneath, extractor hood above, 1½ bowl sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap over. Spaces for fridge, freezer and washing machine. Opening to;
HALLWAY: Leading to;
CONSERVATORY: 11'4 x 8'2 (3.45m x 2.49m). With views to the rear and side garden.
BEDROOM: 10'4 x 9'11 (3.15m x 3.30m). Views overlooking the side. Loft access.
BATHROOM: 7'3 x 4'7 (2.20m x 1.40m). Fitted with P-shaped bath with mixer tap and shower attachment above with tiled surround, wash hand basin and W.C. Heated towel rail.
Outside The property is approached via a five bar gate which in turn provides access to a shingle driveway affording off street parking for multiple vehicles and in turn leads to the property and the detached annexe accommodation. The property is flanked either side by two expansive lawn areas with well stocked flower and shrub borders and a variety of established trees. Attractive pond feature. A terrace area immediately abuts the rear of the house conveniently placed for al fresco dining. Both gardens offer wonderful far reaching undulating countryside views.
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