Foxearth, Sudbury ( Sold STC ) Guide Price £295,000

Cottage         2 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

A charming Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage situated in a quiet and picturesque village on the Essex/Suffolk border. Whilst in need of modernisation throughout, the property represents an exciting opportunity to renovate an attractive period building to one’s own taste. The property retains a wealth of original characterful features including exposed beams throughout, an inglenook fireplace and sash windows. The accommodation comprises a sitting room, dining room which is semi-open plan to a kitchen are, with two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. The property’s gardens are primarily west facing and there is the further benefit of unrestricted on-road parking along Mill Lane.

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


Features:

  • Grade II Listed Cottage
  • In need of modernisation
  • Wealth of character features
  • Two bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Front and rear gardens

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Estimated Monthly Rental Income: £700.00

Estimated Yield Income: 2.85%


A charming Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage situated in a quiet and picturesque village on the Essex/Suffolk border. Whilst in need of some modernisation throughout, the property represents an exciting opportunity to renovate an attractive period building to one's own taste. The property retains a wealth of original characterful features including exposed beams throughout, an inglenook fireplace and sash windows. The accommodation comprises a sitting room, dining room which is semi-open plan to a kitchen area, with two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. The property's gardens are primarily west facing and there is the further benefit of unrestricted on-road parking along Mill Lane.

Solid wood front door with traditional bespoke handcrafted ironmongery leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 13'11" x 12'1". (4.26m x 3.69m). A spacious room with wealth of characterful features exposed timbers throughout, a central fireplace with inset woodburning stove situated on a brick hearth with oak bressumer over and sash windows overlooking the property's front garden. A solid pine door with thumb latch leads to a useful storage cupboard with fitted shelving off. Staircase rising to first floor and further door leading to:-

DINING ROOM: 11'10" x 9'6". (3.61m x 2.92m). With exposed timbers throughout, large sash window enjoying pretty views over the front garden and plenty of space for a table a chairs. Two useful storage cupboards off and a central feature fireplace with brick surround. Open studwork separates the dining room from the:-

KITCHEN: 11'10" x 4'1". (3.63m x 1.26m). With a matching range of base and wall level units with worksurfaces incorporating a stainless-steel sink with drainer to side. Space and plumbing for a refrigerator and windows overlooking the rear terrace. Door to outside.

First Floor

LANDING: With sash window overlooking the front garden, exposed timbers and doors leading to:-

MASTER BEDROOM: 13'10" x 11'10". (4.23m x 3.62m). A generous double bedroom with exposed beams and two useful fitted floor to ceiling wardrobes.

BEDROOM 2 10' 2" x 7' 8" (3.1m x 2.34m) A further bedroom with exposed beams.

BATHROOM: Bath with fully tiled surround, stainless steel mixer tap and shower head attachment above, WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Outside The property is approached via a generous front garden with a paved pathway leading to the front door and a large area of lawn bordered by a low-level brick and flint wall. The pathway extends to the side of the property and on to a rear terrace with ample space for seating which is west facing and enjoys the best of the afternoon/evening sun. A small expanse of lawn is bordered by well stocked beds and mature hedging. There is a further benefit of a useful brick-built STORAGE SHED. From the garden terrace a door leads to:-

UTILITY ROOM/STORE CUPBOARD: With space and plumbing for a washing machine and fitted shelving.

AGENTS NOTES The property is Grade II Listed and thought to date back to approximately 1653.

SERVICES: Main water, drainage and electricity. 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:

  • Grade II Listed Cottage
  • In need of modernisation
  • Wealth of character features
  • Two bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Front and rear gardens

A charming Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage situated in a quiet and picturesque village on the Essex/Suffolk border. Whilst in need of some modernisation throughout, the property represents an exciting opportunity to renovate an attractive period building to one's own taste. The property retains a wealth of original characterful features including exposed beams throughout, an inglenook fireplace and sash windows. The accommodation comprises a sitting room, dining room which is semi-open plan to a kitchen area, with two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. The property's gardens are primarily west facing and there is the further benefit of unrestricted on-road parking along Mill Lane.

Solid wood front door with traditional bespoke handcrafted ironmongery leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 13'11" x 12'1". (4.26m x 3.69m). A spacious room with wealth of characterful features exposed timbers throughout, a central fireplace with inset woodburning stove situated on a brick hearth with oak bressumer over and sash windows overlooking the property's front garden. A solid pine door with thumb latch leads to a useful storage cupboard with fitted shelving off. Staircase rising to first floor and further door leading to:-

DINING ROOM: 11'10" x 9'6". (3.61m x 2.92m). With exposed timbers throughout, large sash window enjoying pretty views over the front garden and plenty of space for a table a chairs. Two useful storage cupboards off and a central feature fireplace with brick surround. Open studwork separates the dining room from the:-

KITCHEN: 11'10" x 4'1". (3.63m x 1.26m). With a matching range of base and wall level units with worksurfaces incorporating a stainless-steel sink with drainer to side. Space and plumbing for a refrigerator and windows overlooking the rear terrace. Door to outside.

First Floor

LANDING: With sash window overlooking the front garden, exposed timbers and doors leading to:-

MASTER BEDROOM: 13'10" x 11'10". (4.23m x 3.62m). A generous double bedroom with exposed beams and two useful fitted floor to ceiling wardrobes.

BEDROOM 2 10' 2" x 7' 8" (3.1m x 2.34m) A further bedroom with exposed beams.

BATHROOM: Bath with fully tiled surround, stainless steel mixer tap and shower head attachment above, WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

Outside The property is approached via a generous front garden with a paved pathway leading to the front door and a large area of lawn bordered by a low-level brick and flint wall. The pathway extends to the side of the property and on to a rear terrace with ample space for seating which is west facing and enjoys the best of the afternoon/evening sun. A small expanse of lawn is bordered by well stocked beds and mature hedging. There is a further benefit of a useful brick-built STORAGE SHED. From the garden terrace a door leads to:-

UTILITY ROOM/STORE CUPBOARD: With space and plumbing for a washing machine and fitted shelving.

AGENTS NOTES The property is Grade II Listed and thought to date back to approximately 1653.

SERVICES: Main water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired heating by radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

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