Delvin End, Sible Hedingham ( For Sale ) Guide Price £675,000

Detached House         3 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

A stunning detached Grade II listed thatched cottage which provides accommodation of the highest quality which has been thoughtfully and sympathetically restored and created by the current owners. Expertly mixing traditional characterful features with contemporary finishes, the property offers the unique opportunity for a purchaser to obtain a property of this nature without the need to renovate to modern standards. A stunning open-plan 35ft long sitting room/dining room is complemented by a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Beautifully manicured south-east facing gardens receive plenty of sunlight and contain attractive terraces ideal for alfresco dining. There is the further benefit of off-road parking and a detached double garage.

Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Impressive detached thatched cottage
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • 35ft. long sitting/dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Rural position amidst open countryside
  • South-east facing garden
  • Detached garage

A stunning detached Grade II listed thatched cottage which provides accommodation of the highest quality which has been thoughtfully and sympathetically restored and created by the current owners. Expertly mixing traditional characterful features with contemporary finishes, the property offers the unique opportunity for a purchaser to obtain a property of this nature without the need to renovate to modern standards. A stunning open-plan 35ft long sitting room/dining room is complemented by a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Beautifully manicured south-east facing gardens receive plenty of sunlight and contain attractive terraces ideal for alfresco dining. There is the further benefit of off-road parking and a detached double garage.



Solid oak front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE: A useful space which has been finished with porcelain tiles and with leaded light windows to each side. Large glass panel door opening into:-

ENTRANCE HALL: 17'0" x 6'7" (5.19m x 2.01m) Particularly spacious and finished with beautiful oak parquet flooring with an oak staircase rising to first floor and a useful storage cupboard with space for coats and shoes off. Double doors with leaded light glass windows leading to:-

SITTING/DINING ROOM: 35'6" x 13'9" (10.81m x 4.19m) Exceptionally well-presented and measuring a spacious 35'6" in length with leaded light windows to each side and double doors leading onto the gardens and heavily timbered ceilings and walls provide a sense of warmth and character throughout. The room is arranged into three sections main sections. A spacious seating area is complemented by a further area containing an electric stove situated within an exposed brick chimney breast on a brick hearth with an oak bressumer beam over. The dining area is finished with Amtico wood effect parquet flooring with plenty of space for a table and chairs and a useful fitted storage cupboard with solid oak doors which is currently utilised to cleverly hide a study area, perfect for home working (see agents notes)*.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 13'10" x 12'2" (4.22m x 3.72m) Finished to an incredible standard with a porcelain tiled floor with breakfast bar and a matching range of base and wall level units with worksurfaces incorporating a ceramic one-and-a-half sink with matte black mixer tap over and drainer to side and a large high-quality induction hob with extractor fan above. Space for large free-standing American style fridge/freezer and fitted Fisher and Paykel double electric combination oven with warming drawer beneath. Further space and plumbing for a dishwasher, integrated low level refrigerator and plenty of storage throughout. Painted timbers to the ceiling and dual aspect views through leaded light windows.

SHOWER ROOM: 7'3" x 5'9" (2.20m x 1.76m) With tiled flooring and panelled walls and containing a shower with tiled surround and glass screen door. WC and wash hand basin mounted on a wooden plinth with a granite worksurface and tiled splashbacks. Door leading to:-

UTILITY CUPBOARD: With space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer above.

First Floor Restricted head height in parts and therefore some measurements have been taken from the base of the eaves.

LANDING: With high ceilings, access to loft storage space, leaded light window with beautiful far-reaching views over neighbouring farmland and a range of useful fitted wardrobes. Solid oak thumb latch doors leading to:-

MASTER BEDROOM: 18'9" x 12'11" (5.71m x 3.94m) With a continuation of solid oak flooring and leaded light windows with views towards open countryside. Ample fitted storage throughout and integrated lighting for reading.

BEDROOM 2: 16'0" x 13'2" (4.87m x 4.01m) A further double bedroom with exposed painted timbers and dual aspect views over the garden and onto open countryside beyond. Cleverly designed bespoke fitted storage to one side of the eaves which also create bedside tables to both sides of the bed.

BEDROOM 3: 12'7" x 13'2" (3.83m x 4.01m) A further double bedroom with stunning views over neighbouring farmland.

BATHROOM: 9'9" x 7'1" (2.96m x 2.15m) Finished to a high standard with a contemporary slipper bath with a waterfall style tap and showerhead attachment above. Double width shower with tiled surround and a glass screen door. WC, pedestal wash hand basin and window overlooking farmland. Wood panelling throughout. Recessed spotlighting.

Outside A pebble driveway provides OFF-ROAD PARKING and in turn leads onto a:-

DETACHED GARAGE: With up-and-over door and power and light connected. Currently arranged into two parts by open studwork but which could easily be reincorporated into one main space.



The gardens contain beautifully manicured expanses of lawn enclosed by a combination of box hedging, rose plants, viburnums and mature hedging to ensure a high degree of privacy. A brick paviour pathway runs the length of the house and expand into a terrace adjacent to the dining room, perfect for alfresco dining. An attractive pergola shelters a further seating area and to one corner of the plot is a useful TIMBER STORAGE SHED with power connected.

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

AGENTS NOTES: The property is Grade II listed and thought to date back to approximately 1650 at its oldest with a further subsequent extension in the early 1980s.

A thatcher has qualified the roof as having approximately 20 years before work is required and is constructed from high-quality Norfolk reed.

*The agent has been advised that high speed fibre broadband is available in the area.


Contact David Burr Castle Hedingham

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 463404 or email hedingham@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Impressive detached thatched cottage
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • 35ft. long sitting/dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Rural position amidst open countryside
  • South-east facing garden
  • Detached garage

A stunning detached Grade II listed thatched cottage which provides accommodation of the highest quality which has been thoughtfully and sympathetically restored and created by the current owners. Expertly mixing traditional characterful features with contemporary finishes, the property offers the unique opportunity for a purchaser to obtain a property of this nature without the need to renovate to modern standards. A stunning open-plan 35ft long sitting room/dining room is complemented by a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Beautifully manicured south-east facing gardens receive plenty of sunlight and contain attractive terraces ideal for alfresco dining. There is the further benefit of off-road parking and a detached double garage.



Solid oak front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE: A useful space which has been finished with porcelain tiles and with leaded light windows to each side. Large glass panel door opening into:-

ENTRANCE HALL: 17'0" x 6'7" (5.19m x 2.01m) Particularly spacious and finished with beautiful oak parquet flooring with an oak staircase rising to first floor and a useful storage cupboard with space for coats and shoes off. Double doors with leaded light glass windows leading to:-

SITTING/DINING ROOM: 35'6" x 13'9" (10.81m x 4.19m) Exceptionally well-presented and measuring a spacious 35'6" in length with leaded light windows to each side and double doors leading onto the gardens and heavily timbered ceilings and walls provide a sense of warmth and character throughout. The room is arranged into three sections main sections. A spacious seating area is complemented by a further area containing an electric stove situated within an exposed brick chimney breast on a brick hearth with an oak bressumer beam over. The dining area is finished with Amtico wood effect parquet flooring with plenty of space for a table and chairs and a useful fitted storage cupboard with solid oak doors which is currently utilised to cleverly hide a study area, perfect for home working (see agents notes)*.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 13'10" x 12'2" (4.22m x 3.72m) Finished to an incredible standard with a porcelain tiled floor with breakfast bar and a matching range of base and wall level units with worksurfaces incorporating a ceramic one-and-a-half sink with matte black mixer tap over and drainer to side and a large high-quality induction hob with extractor fan above. Space for large free-standing American style fridge/freezer and fitted Fisher and Paykel double electric combination oven with warming drawer beneath. Further space and plumbing for a dishwasher, integrated low level refrigerator and plenty of storage throughout. Painted timbers to the ceiling and dual aspect views through leaded light windows.

SHOWER ROOM: 7'3" x 5'9" (2.20m x 1.76m) With tiled flooring and panelled walls and containing a shower with tiled surround and glass screen door. WC and wash hand basin mounted on a wooden plinth with a granite worksurface and tiled splashbacks. Door leading to:-

UTILITY CUPBOARD: With space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer above.

First Floor Restricted head height in parts and therefore some measurements have been taken from the base of the eaves.

LANDING: With high ceilings, access to loft storage space, leaded light window with beautiful far-reaching views over neighbouring farmland and a range of useful fitted wardrobes. Solid oak thumb latch doors leading to:-

MASTER BEDROOM: 18'9" x 12'11" (5.71m x 3.94m) With a continuation of solid oak flooring and leaded light windows with views towards open countryside. Ample fitted storage throughout and integrated lighting for reading.

BEDROOM 2: 16'0" x 13'2" (4.87m x 4.01m) A further double bedroom with exposed painted timbers and dual aspect views over the garden and onto open countryside beyond. Cleverly designed bespoke fitted storage to one side of the eaves which also create bedside tables to both sides of the bed.

BEDROOM 3: 12'7" x 13'2" (3.83m x 4.01m) A further double bedroom with stunning views over neighbouring farmland.

BATHROOM: 9'9" x 7'1" (2.96m x 2.15m) Finished to a high standard with a contemporary slipper bath with a waterfall style tap and showerhead attachment above. Double width shower with tiled surround and a glass screen door. WC, pedestal wash hand basin and window overlooking farmland. Wood panelling throughout. Recessed spotlighting.

Outside A pebble driveway provides OFF-ROAD PARKING and in turn leads onto a:-

DETACHED GARAGE: With up-and-over door and power and light connected. Currently arranged into two parts by open studwork but which could easily be reincorporated into one main space.



The gardens contain beautifully manicured expanses of lawn enclosed by a combination of box hedging, rose plants, viburnums and mature hedging to ensure a high degree of privacy. A brick paviour pathway runs the length of the house and expand into a terrace adjacent to the dining room, perfect for alfresco dining. An attractive pergola shelters a further seating area and to one corner of the plot is a useful TIMBER STORAGE SHED with power connected.

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

AGENTS NOTES: The property is Grade II listed and thought to date back to approximately 1650 at its oldest with a further subsequent extension in the early 1980s.

A thatcher has qualified the roof as having approximately 20 years before work is required and is constructed from high-quality Norfolk reed.

*The agent has been advised that high speed fibre broadband is available in the area.

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