Great Finborough, Suffolk ( Sold ) Guide Price £460,000

Cottage         3 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

A charming three bedroom semi-detached unlisted character cottage with delightful gardens extending to 110'. Presented to a superb standard throughout including sitting room with open studwork to dining room, large reception hall, kitchen, conservatory and shower room/utility. 3 generous bedrooms and bathroom with roll top bath. Brick built workshop and wood store.

Contact David Burr Woolpit on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Delightful semi-detached unlisted period cottage
  • Sitting room with open studwork to dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Conservatory
  • Utility/shower room
  • 3 generous bedrooms
  • Bathroom with roll - top bath
  • Good sized gardens extending to 110'
  • Brick built-in workshop
  • Parking for several vehicles

A splendid three-bedroom semi-detached unlisted cottage that offers generous accommodation and boasts an excellent display of period features; of particular note is the impressive inglenook fireplace and wealth of exposed studwork and timbers throughout. This delightful property has been maintained and presented by the present owners to an excellent standard and combines old features with modern additions seamlessly. The remainder of this wonderful property is benefitted by ample off-street parking, workshop with adjoining wood store and generous grounds.

Entrance door to;

RECEPTION HALL: 13'1 x 10'9 (3.9m x 3.3m). A large inviting area with attractive tiled flooring and staircase rising to first floor. Exposed timbers and studwork. Doors leading to kitchen and conservatory.

SITTING/DINING ROOM: 15'2 x 14'5 (4.6m x 4.4m) The SITTING ROOM offers a wealth of exposed features including timbers, studwork and an impressive large inglenook fireplace under bressummer beam with former bread oven, brick surround and hearth creating the main focal point of this area. Former front door. Wood flooring. Suffolk latch door back to kitchen. Studwork and opening through to the designated DINING ROOM 10'7 x 8'4 (3.2m x 2.5m). The dining room has a double aspect with wood flooring, exposed timbers and studwork. Door to large walk-in storage cupboard.

KITCHEN: 11'4 x 9'8 (3.4m x 2.9m). Located towards the centre of the house and accessed via the sitting room or reception hall. Fitted with a range of matching wall and base units under granite work preparation surfaces that incorporate a Butler style sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for dishwasher and cooker under extractor hood. Former brick fireplace creating a delightful feature. Tiled flooring.

CONSERVATORY: 11'3 x 10' (3.4m x 3m). A wonderful modern addition to the property having an attractive tiled flooring. Double doors opening to the rear grounds ideally placed for al fresco dining. Ceiling blinds. Brick feature wall. Door through to;

SHOWER ROOM/UTILITY: 11'3 x 4'9 (3.4m x 1.4m). Designed into two distinct areas with tiled flooring throughout. Having built-in shower, W.C. and wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity cupboard beneath. Heated towel rail. The utility area has a work preparation surface with plumbing and electric for washing machine and tumble dryer under. Wall unit.

First floor

LANDING: A large welcoming area offering an excellent display of exposed studwork. Doors opening through to;

BEDROOM 1: 14'7 x 14'3 (4.4m x 4.3m). A substantial charming room which has an attractive exposed brick feature wall, studwork and timbers. Front aspect. Built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 2: 11'7 x 8'7 (3.5m x 2.6m). Again an excellent size offering side aspect. Display of wall timbers and studwork. Loft hatch with ladders to boarded loft space with electric.

BEDROOM 3/STUDY: 11'4 x 6'5 (3.4m x 1.9m). Offering rear aspect and currently occupied as a home office by the present owners however would easily lend itself to a bedroom if so required. Built-in airing cupboard.

BATHROOM: 9'3 x 7'8 (2.8m x 2.3m). A delightful suite fitted with a roll-top ball and claw bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Velux window.

Outside The property is approached via a driveway affording off street parking for multiple vehicles which in turn leads to double gates and the property. The remainder of the front garden is predominantly lawn with central tree and bordered by well stocked flowering beds. Box hedging is immediately adjacent to the front of the house. Half height pedestrian gate opens alongside double gates into the rear grounds.

The rear grounds are a genuine delight being 110' (33.8m) in length with a terrace area immediately abutting the rear of the property which is ideally placed to enjoy warm summer afternoons and al fresco dining. The remainder of the gardens incorporate a brick-built workshop which has a personal door and power and light connected. Further brick-built wood store. The remainder of the garden is laid extensively to lawn again with well stocked established flowering beds to the sides. Designated vegetable patch to the rear of the grounds.


Contact David Burr Woolpit

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Delightful semi-detached unlisted period cottage
  • Sitting room with open studwork to dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Conservatory
  • Utility/shower room
  • 3 generous bedrooms
  • Bathroom with roll - top bath
  • Good sized gardens extending to 110'
  • Brick built-in workshop
  • Parking for several vehicles

A splendid three-bedroom semi-detached unlisted cottage that offers generous accommodation and boasts an excellent display of period features; of particular note is the impressive inglenook fireplace and wealth of exposed studwork and timbers throughout. This delightful property has been maintained and presented by the present owners to an excellent standard and combines old features with modern additions seamlessly. The remainder of this wonderful property is benefitted by ample off-street parking, workshop with adjoining wood store and generous grounds.

Entrance door to;

RECEPTION HALL: 13'1 x 10'9 (3.9m x 3.3m). A large inviting area with attractive tiled flooring and staircase rising to first floor. Exposed timbers and studwork. Doors leading to kitchen and conservatory.

SITTING/DINING ROOM: 15'2 x 14'5 (4.6m x 4.4m) The SITTING ROOM offers a wealth of exposed features including timbers, studwork and an impressive large inglenook fireplace under bressummer beam with former bread oven, brick surround and hearth creating the main focal point of this area. Former front door. Wood flooring. Suffolk latch door back to kitchen. Studwork and opening through to the designated DINING ROOM 10'7 x 8'4 (3.2m x 2.5m). The dining room has a double aspect with wood flooring, exposed timbers and studwork. Door to large walk-in storage cupboard.

KITCHEN: 11'4 x 9'8 (3.4m x 2.9m). Located towards the centre of the house and accessed via the sitting room or reception hall. Fitted with a range of matching wall and base units under granite work preparation surfaces that incorporate a Butler style sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for dishwasher and cooker under extractor hood. Former brick fireplace creating a delightful feature. Tiled flooring.

CONSERVATORY: 11'3 x 10' (3.4m x 3m). A wonderful modern addition to the property having an attractive tiled flooring. Double doors opening to the rear grounds ideally placed for al fresco dining. Ceiling blinds. Brick feature wall. Door through to;

SHOWER ROOM/UTILITY: 11'3 x 4'9 (3.4m x 1.4m). Designed into two distinct areas with tiled flooring throughout. Having built-in shower, W.C. and wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity cupboard beneath. Heated towel rail. The utility area has a work preparation surface with plumbing and electric for washing machine and tumble dryer under. Wall unit.

First floor

LANDING: A large welcoming area offering an excellent display of exposed studwork. Doors opening through to;

BEDROOM 1: 14'7 x 14'3 (4.4m x 4.3m). A substantial charming room which has an attractive exposed brick feature wall, studwork and timbers. Front aspect. Built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 2: 11'7 x 8'7 (3.5m x 2.6m). Again an excellent size offering side aspect. Display of wall timbers and studwork. Loft hatch with ladders to boarded loft space with electric.

BEDROOM 3/STUDY: 11'4 x 6'5 (3.4m x 1.9m). Offering rear aspect and currently occupied as a home office by the present owners however would easily lend itself to a bedroom if so required. Built-in airing cupboard.

BATHROOM: 9'3 x 7'8 (2.8m x 2.3m). A delightful suite fitted with a roll-top ball and claw bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Velux window.

Outside The property is approached via a driveway affording off street parking for multiple vehicles which in turn leads to double gates and the property. The remainder of the front garden is predominantly lawn with central tree and bordered by well stocked flowering beds. Box hedging is immediately adjacent to the front of the house. Half height pedestrian gate opens alongside double gates into the rear grounds.

The rear grounds are a genuine delight being 110' (33.8m) in length with a terrace area immediately abutting the rear of the property which is ideally placed to enjoy warm summer afternoons and al fresco dining. The remainder of the gardens incorporate a brick-built workshop which has a personal door and power and light connected. Further brick-built wood store. The remainder of the garden is laid extensively to lawn again with well stocked established flowering beds to the sides. Designated vegetable patch to the rear of the grounds.

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Phone us on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


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