Detached Bungalow   4 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   3 reception room(s)
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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Set in 2.2 acres is this exceptionally presented four bedroom (two en-suite) single storey property has been comprehensively refurbished and occupies a semi-rural setting amidst rolling farmland located on the periphery of the ever-popular Suffolk village of Lindsey. With a range of comprehensive outbuildings, the property is well suited as either a substantial family home, those looking for annexe/ancillary accommodation via a detached annexe (subject to the necessary planning consents), stables, tack room and hay store, grounds and paddocks further lend themselves for equestrian purposes. Extensively refurbished to an excellent standard in recent years, the property retains a theme of English oak throughout with further notable features including an oak topped Rayburn kitchen/breakfast room, high specification en-suite and bathroom facilities, vaulted master suite with 13ft raised roofline, exposed oak timbers and a part herringbone patterned fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove and windows with plantation shutters. Further benefits to the property include an array of outbuildings including a summer house/external office, kennels, stables, tack room, hay store, double garage and gardens with an ornamental pond and raised terrace, total plot size of approximately 2.2 acres comprising lunging/turnout pen and two paddocks with open views over farmland.
Panel glazed UPVC door to:
ENTRANCE HALL: With oak flooring throughout, dado rail, LED spotlights and hatch to loft. Oak door to linen cupboard housing water cylinder and with useful fitted shelving.
SITTING ROOM: 24' 6" x 13' 0" (7.48m x 3.97m) The principal reception room to the property afforded a dual aspect with elevated views over rolling countryside from both windows to front and bi-folding doors to side opening to raised terrace. Notable features include a fireplace with brick hearth, mantle over and inset wood burning stove. Deep skirting, decorative cornicing and single panel glazed oak door to:
INNER HALL: Linking the south-westerly wing of the property with door to:
KITCHEN: 13' 6" x 11' 10" (4.14m x 3.62m) Distinctively finished with a matching range of base and wall units with worktops over and tiling above. A four-door Rayburn oven is set to front with adjacent storage, further features include a single sink unit with vegetable drainer to side, mixer tap above and set in oak worktops. Fitted appliances include four-ring Lamona hob with extractor hood above and space for fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Central peninsular unit being utilised as a breakfast bar with base level oak storage, curved corner units and opening to:
BREAKFAST ROOM: 13' 2" x 12' 9" (4.03m x 3.90m) Enjoying an open plan aspect linking distinctively with the kitchen, this single storey addition to the property is set beneath a 9ft ceiling with brick base and glazed surround on three sides affording open views over the gardens and farmland distant. Tiled flooring throughout and door to outside.
UTILITY ROOM: 8' 0" x 6' 1" (2.46m x 1.86m) Fitted with a matching range of base and wall units with worktops over and tiling above. Stainless steel single sink unit with mixer tap over and window to rear overlooking gardens. Tiled flooring throughout and space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Oak door to:
CLOAKROOM: Fitted with a ceramic WC, pedestal wash hand basin and clouded glazed window to rear.
DINING ROOM: 11' 10" x 11' 9" (3.63m x 3.60m) With window to front affording open views over gardens and farmland distant. A practical dining room with door to kitchen and further door to side opening to entrance hall.
STUDY: 12' 5" x 9' 10" (3.79m x 3.02m) Enjoying some of the most attractive views afforded by the property with windows to side and rear and elevated views over the gardens and farmland distant.
MASTER SUITE: Adapted to create a master suite of significant quality, arranged via a substantial dressing room, walk-in wardrobe and bedroom.
DRESSING ROOM: 14' 3" x 11' 3" (4.35m x 3.44m) A substantial dressing room or private sitting room to complement the master bedroom with French doors to side, double doors to walk-in wardrobe and opening to:
MASTER BEDROOM: 14' 11" x 14' 7" (4.56m x 4.47m) Set beneath a vaulted roofline of 13ft with exposed oak ceiling timbers, a central part herringbone pattern brick fireplace with tiled hearth, timber mantle over and inset wood burning stove. Views to side via floor to ceiling glass bi-folding doors enjoying a south-westerly aspect.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: 8' 1" x 7' 3" (2.48m x 2.21m) Recently fitted by the current owners, fully tiled throughout and fitted with ceramic WC, Royal Doulton pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and double walk-in shower unit with both wall-mounted and hand-held chrome shower attachments.
BEDROOM 2: 13' 2" x 10' 6" (4.02m x 3.21m) With window to front and side, wood effect flooring throughout and door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: 7' 4" x 5' 5" (2.24m x 1.67m) Fitted with ceramic WC, Heritage wash hand basin and fully tiled separately screened shower unit with chrome shower attachment and LED lighting above.
BEDROOM 3: 20' 3" x 8' 7" (6.19m x 2.63m) With two windows to front, offering potential to be divided into two individual bedrooms with access to the entrance hall if so required.
BEDROOM 4: 11' 6" x 10' 10" (3.52m x 3.32m) With window to rear, part mirror fronted fitted wardrobe units.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 10' 9" x 7' 4" (3.28m x 2.25m) Principally tiled and fitted with ceramic WC, oval wash hand basin with mixer tap above. Sunken bath, tiled surround, Heritage bidet and fully tiled separately screened shower unit with chrome attachment, LED spotlights and extraction above. Clouded glazed windows to rear.
Outside Set on the edge of this ever-popular Suffolk village that retains convenient access and strong links with the village of Boxford with its well-served range of amenities, Ofsted 'outstanding' village primary school and the larger market towns of both Ipswich and Hadleigh. Offering appeal to those with an equestrian interest or as a family home with well-presented, high specification, individual characteristics, far reaching views, versatile outbuildings and land of 2.2 acres, the property is approached via an in-and-out brick driveway with a central expanse of lawn, hedge border to side and direct access to:
DOUBLE GARAGE: 18' 7" x 17' 6" (5.67m x 5.34m) With twin electric up-and-over doors to front, window to side and abutting:
GARDEN Beyond the private parking and garaging, gardens enveloping the property enjoying an elevated setting with various walkways, seating areas, border walls and a raised decked area affording outstanding aspect over farmland distant. A substantial fishpond is well stocked with convenient access to the range of outbuildings comprising:
STABLES: 19' 0" x 11' 9" (5.80m x 3.60m) Two loose boxes have been split to create a single, larger stable.
SUMMER HOUSE/EXTERNAL OFFICE: 18' 8" x 13' 0" (5.71m x 3.98m maximum) Ideally suited as either a summer house, games room, external office or offering scope for adaption into self-contained living/annexe accommodation if so required (subject to the necessary planning consents). Tiled flooring throughout, LED lighting, windows to side, double doors to front.
Stable yard Incorporating a number of buildings including the four additional loose boxes, hay store, tack room, store and kennels.
With a total plot size of approximately 2.2 acres, the remaining land is arranged via two paddocks with post and wire bordered fencing, hedging beyond and lunging/turnout pen.
SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Private drainage. Oil-fired heating to radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
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