Detached House   5 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   3 reception room(s)
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11' 1" x 5' 10" (3.39m x 1.8m)
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION An architecturally unique five bedroom contemporary residence of significant stature occupying a central location within the highly regarded Suffolk village of Groton, located on the periphery of the village of Boxford with its range of local facilities including two public houses, butchers, post office, village stores and Ofsted 'outstanding' rated primary school. Knoll House has been subject to a comprehensive programme of extensive refurbishment by the current owners creating a sleek, contemporary finish ideally suited for those with looking to enjoy a property with low maintenance and benefitting from a semi-rural setting. With accommodation in the region of 2,570 sq ft the property is well suited as a family home with notable features including a 38 ft open plan dual aspect sitting/dining room. Further benefits include an integral double garage, further off-street parking for a number of vehicles and landscaped gardens with a total plot size of 0.22 acres affording open views to rear over gently undulating farmland.
Steel clad security door with clouded glazing either side opening to:
ENTRANCE HALL: 6.89m x 3.39m (22' 7" x 11' 1") With porcelain tiled flooring throughout, open balustrade, staircase off and LED spotlights throughout, door to:
SITTING/DINING ROOM: 11.74m x 4.01m (38' 6" x 13' 1") Extended by the current owners and designed by the architect Emma Adams this 38 ft open plan principal reception room is notable for it oak framed picture window to rear, remote control Velux window with moisture sensor and central fireplace with slate hearth, recessed multi-fuel stove and oak mantle over. Twin windows to front, porcelain tiled flooring throughout, door to outside and open views over the landscaped gardens with farmland beyond.
SNUG: 3.40m x 2.74m (11' 1" x 8' 11") A versatile room offering potential for an evening/winter room although currently utilised as a ground floor office with porcelain tiled flooring throughout and door to outside
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 5.68m x 4.24m (18' 7" narrowing to 12' 2" x 13' 10") A bespoke design drawing influences from the Scandinavian style and designed by Tomas Kitchen Living. Designed with an emphasis on high quality, low maintenance matt-fronted base and wall units with Corian work surfaces and upstands above. Stainless steel double sink unit with mixer tap over and range of storage units including curved corner doors, pull-out pan drawers and pull-out larder style unit. Fitted with a range of integrated appliances including a Siemens double oven with grill/microwave, five-ring induction hob and dishwasher. Space for American style fridge/freezer, fitted low energy LED spotlights and sliding panel glazed doors to rear opening to terrace. Door to:
UTILITY ROOM: 3.06m x 2.27m (10' 0" x 7' 5") With porcelain tiled flooring throughout and fitted with a matching range of low maintenance matt-fronted base and wall units with wood-effect worktops over and splash back tiles above. Stainless steel single sink unit with mixer tap over and windows to rear overlooking gardens. Space and plumbing for washing machine/dryer. Clouded panel glazed door to outside.
BEDROOM 5: 3.72m x 3.27m (12' 2" x 10' 8") Offering potential as a further bedroom or additional reception room if so required. Window to front.
CLOAKROOM: With porcelain tiled flooring throughout and fitted with ceramic WC, wash hand basin with cold tap over.
LANDING: Spanning the width of the property with door to linen cupboard housing pressurised system, photovoltaic system and electric immersion heater.
MASTER BEDROOM: 4.99m x 4.36m (16' 4" x 14' 3") Affording a dual aspect with windows to front and side affording views over the surrounding countryside. 8 ft ceiling height and twin doors to recessed wardrobes.
BEDROOM 2: 4.36m x 4.30m (14' 3" x 14' 1") Affording a dual aspect with windows to front and side and twin doors to recessed wardrobe units.
BEDROOM 3: 3.67m x 2.37m (12' 0" x 7' 9") With window to front and 8 ft ceiling heights.
BEDROOM 4: 3.67m x 3.63m (12' 0" x 11' 10") With window to front overlooking open farmland.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 3.39m x 1.8m (11' 1" x 5' 10") Principally tiled and fitted with ceramic WC, shallow wash hand basin and bath with chrome handheld and wall-mounted shower attachment. Spotlights throughout and window to rear.
SHOWER ROOM: 2.56m x 1.82m (8' 4" x 5' 11") Principally tiled and fitted with WC, wash hand basin within base level unit with mirror above and walk-in fully tiled shower with both chrome handheld and wall-mounted shower attachment, spotlights throughout and window to rear.
Outside The property is prominently located on Groton Street with a clad exterior and brick paved driveway providing off-street parking for a number of vehicles. Gated side access leads directly to the rear terrace with the gardens divided into a number of distinct sections comprising an expanse of lawn, central walkway with border beds of fledgling trees, vegetable garden with raised beds and raised decking providing an external seating area. Within the gardens are a number of useful buildings including a greenhouse, timber framed external store in addition to a 6 ft rear hedgerow, silver birch trees and views to rear over gently undulating farmland.
DOUBLE GARAGE: 5.23m x 4.78m (17' 1" x 15' 8") With two up and over doors to front. Light and power connected. Door to rear.
AGENTS NOTE: A single photovoltaic solar panel to both front and rear elevations contribute to the water heating system for the property.
SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired heating to radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
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