Commercial   4 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   9 reception room(s)
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This instantly recognisable Grade II Listed detached period building has recently been refurbished by the current owner and is located in the heart of one of East Anglia's most highly regarded villages. In the past the premises has provided for a successful restaurant business and is currently home to a thriving art gallery. The extensive residential accommodation is across two floors and is further complemented by ample off road parking and a generous South-West facing garden.
ROOM 1: (5.74m x 4.42m) 18'10" x 14'6" Pretty leaded glass window, high beamed ceiling and large Tudor brick fireplace with opening to:
ROOM 2: (5.66m x 5.33m) 18'7" (to rear of fireplace) x 17'6" A light room with mullion window, leaded glass window, high beamed ceiling, impressive inglenook fireplace with a heavy oak bressumer and brick hearth. Open studwork to:
ROOM 3: (5.74m x 3.3m) 18'10" x 10'10" With a high beamed ceiling, two leaded sash windows and a fireplace with inset log burning stove, slate hearth and moulded wood surround. A large opening links to:
ROOM 4: (7.21m x 3.23m) 23'8" x 10'7" A particularly light room with views over the garden and double doors providing access.
ROOM 5: (7.37m x 3.2m) 24'2" x 10'6" With a splendid coloured leaded glass window within oak mullions. High oak beamed ceiling and fireplace with inset stove and brick surround.
ROOM 6: (5.59m x 5.21m) 18'4" x 17'1" (maximum measurements) With wood panelled walls, door to the driveway and double doors opening onto terracing and the garden beyond. Attractive red brick fireplace with inset log burning stove, slate hearth and oak mantle.
Rear Hall: Door to garden, staircase to first floor and doors to:
STORE/FORMER KITCHEN: (4.29m x 4.17m) 14'1" x 13'8" With access to a former walk in fridge (8'10" x 8') which is currently utilised as storage.
CLOAKROOM: Fitted WC and wash hand basin with storage below.
CELLAR (1): (4.11m x 1.65m) 13'6" x 5'5" With an arched ceiling, brick floor and door to:
CELLAR (2) (4.14m x 1.63m) 13'7" x 5'4" Brick floor, arched ceiling, radiator and walk in recess.
LANDING: A spacious area with pretty leaded glass windows providing a lovely view of the street scene below. Exposed beams, mullion window, and staircase to second floor. Door to:
DRAWING ROOM: (5.56m x 4.27m) 18'3" x 14' With a jetted leaded glass window providing a view of the street scene below. High ceiling, exposed beams and floor to ceiling red brick chimney with inset log burning stove. Open studwork to:
SITTING ROOM: (4.37m x 3.56m) 14'4" x 11'8" (to mid-point in eaves) A versatile space that could be a dining room, office, playroom etc. Suffolk latch door to:
DINING ROOM: (5.31m x 3.76m) 17'5" x 12'4" (to mid-point in eaves) With leaded glass window and built in storage cupboard.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (4.7m x 4.27m) 15'5" x 14' A light room with exposed beams and an extensive range of matching units and worktops incorporating a single drainer sink unit, vegetable drainer and mixer tap over. Deep pan drawers, integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher and Neff electric double oven with hob over. Plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer.
BEDROOM: (4.04m x 3.35m) 13'3" x 11' A large jetted leaded glass window provides a view over the street scene below. Built in 'his & hers' double wardrobes, exposed beams and door to:
En-suite: Double shower cubicle, period style heated towel rail, WC and wash hand basin. Exposed beams.
BEDROOM: (4.57m x 3.23m) 15' x 10'7" Large red brick fireplace with inset log burning stove. Leaded glass window, storage cupboard and built in double wardrobe. Folding doors open to:
En-suite: Finished with a roll top ball and claw foot bath, period style fittings and shower attachment. Separate double shower cubicle, period style heated towel radiator, WC and wash hand basin. Under floor electric heating.
LANDING: Exposed floor to ceiling red brick chimney and doors to:
BEDROOM: (4.47m x 2.84m) 14'8" x 9'4" Currently utilised as a large dressing room with built in shelved storage cupboards and door to:
En-suite: A spacious room with a roll top ball and claw foot bath, period style fittings and shower attachment. Large shower cubicle, period style heated towel radiator, WC and wash hand basin. Under floor electric heating.
BEDROOM: (4.37m x 3.61m) 14'4" x 11'10" (including walk in wardrobe) Divided into two distinct areas with exposed beams, a sash window and a large walk in wardrobe with fitted hanging rails and shelving.
Outside To the side of the property are large handmade wrought iron gates and a 60ft long tarmacaden drive which provides extensive off-road parking.
The rear garden is one of the properties most attractive features, private in nature and generous in size with a South-West facing aspect to take advantage of the afternoon/evening sun. The garden has been cleverly designed and finished in a cottage style with expanses of lawn, colourful beds, established trees and a large central brick terrace designed with entertaining/dining alfresco in mind.
AGENTS NOTE The property is Grade II Listed.
As is not uncommon with properties of this ilk, some of the rooms are of an irregular shape with slopping ceilings, recesses etc. and as such all measurements are intended as a guide only and should not be relied upon as entirely correct.
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An EPC indicates the energy efficiency of a building fabric and the installed heating, ventilation, cooling and lighting systems. However, it does not take into account how the present occupier uses these systems
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