Needham Market, Suffolk ( Sold STC ) Guide Price £395,000

Mid Terraced         4 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

An excellent four bedroom mid terrace cottage displaying a wealth of period features and beautiful well stocked gardens to the rear. No onward chain.

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


Features:

  • Grade II Listed mid terrace cottage
  • Wealth of period features including carved bressumer
  • Attractive well manicured gardens
  • Impressive reception hall
  • Substantial sitting room (26'9" x 11'2")
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • 4 bedrooms
  • No onward chain

A splendid four-bedroom Grade II Listed mid terrace cottage that occupies an elevated position towards the periphery of this highly regarded Suffolk town. 29/31 Hawks Mill Street has been well cared for over the years and is presented to a delightful standard throughout that offers an abundance of period features and is believed to have origins in part dating back to the 15th Century; of particular note is the impressive inglenook fireplace in the sitting room with attractive carved bressummer. The remainder of the property has a display of exposed timbers and studwork throughout and is further enhanced by a well manicured garden and off-street parking for one vehicle. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Entrance door to;

RECEPTION HALL: 15'8 x 11'3 max narrowing to 9'4 (4.83m x 3.45m max narrowing to 2.85m). A substantial and impressive area having attractive brick flooring and staircase leading to first floor. Exposed timbers and studwork. The side of this room is currently designated as a study area by the present owners. Doors through to;

SITTING ROOM: 26'9 x 11'2 (8.16m x 3.41m). A substantial double aspect room with French style doors opening to the rear terrace. The main focal point of the room is an excellent inglenook fireplace with tiled hearth, brick surround and under an attractive carved bressummer. To the side of the fireplace is a deep alcove ideal for storage.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 16'7 x 11'9 (5.06m x 3.57m). A splendid room having matching range of wall and base units under quartz worktops that incorporates a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for a Rangemaster style oven beneath extractor hood and further spaces for fridge freezer. The kitchen area has part tiled flooring which then leads to a part wood flooring which is the designated dining area. Exposed timbers. Rear aspect. Door opening to;

REAR LOBBY: With door to rear grounds and door to;

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C, and wall mounted wash hand basin. Rear aspect.

First floor

LANDING: A large welcoming area with a display of exposed timbers and studwork. Doors through to;

BEDROOM 1: 13' x 11'10 (3.95m x 3.61m). Located at the rear of the property and having rear aspect overlooking the grounds. Built-in wardrobe.

BEDROOM 2: 12'9 x 10'10 (3.88m x 3.30m). Again having built-in wardrobe. Exposed studwork. Front aspect.

BEDROOM 3: 9'9 x 7'8 (2.97m x 2.33m). Having a display of exposed studwork. Front aspect.

BEDROOM 4: 13'6 x 5'1 (4.11m x 1.55m). Double aspect to side and rear. Currently used as a home office.

BATHROOM: 13'6 x 5'4 (4.11m x 1.63m). Fitted with panelled bath having part tiled surround and shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin, W.C. and bidet. Part tiled walls. Airing cupboard.

Outside The property is set up away from the road and accessed via steps leading to a pedestrian path which in turn leads to the front door. There is a designated parking area which belongs to 29/31 Hawks Mill Street which is currently used as a vegetable garden by the present owners and having two five bar gates giving access.

The rear of the property is a sheer delight and possibly one of the key selling features of this delightful property and has been well cared for by the present owners. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with path meandering to the rear of the gardens. The lawn is flanked by well stocked flowering beds. To the rear of the grounds is a further vegetable/kitchen garden, greenhouse and a workshop/storage shed with power and light connected. Attractive pond and part brick wall with further gate to the side.


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:

  • Grade II Listed mid terrace cottage
  • Wealth of period features including carved bressumer
  • Attractive well manicured gardens
  • Impressive reception hall
  • Substantial sitting room (26'9" x 11'2")
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • 4 bedrooms
  • No onward chain

A splendid four-bedroom Grade II Listed mid terrace cottage that occupies an elevated position towards the periphery of this highly regarded Suffolk town. 29/31 Hawks Mill Street has been well cared for over the years and is presented to a delightful standard throughout that offers an abundance of period features and is believed to have origins in part dating back to the 15th Century; of particular note is the impressive inglenook fireplace in the sitting room with attractive carved bressummer. The remainder of the property has a display of exposed timbers and studwork throughout and is further enhanced by a well manicured garden and off-street parking for one vehicle. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Entrance door to;

RECEPTION HALL: 15'8 x 11'3 max narrowing to 9'4 (4.83m x 3.45m max narrowing to 2.85m). A substantial and impressive area having attractive brick flooring and staircase leading to first floor. Exposed timbers and studwork. The side of this room is currently designated as a study area by the present owners. Doors through to;

SITTING ROOM: 26'9 x 11'2 (8.16m x 3.41m). A substantial double aspect room with French style doors opening to the rear terrace. The main focal point of the room is an excellent inglenook fireplace with tiled hearth, brick surround and under an attractive carved bressummer. To the side of the fireplace is a deep alcove ideal for storage.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 16'7 x 11'9 (5.06m x 3.57m). A splendid room having matching range of wall and base units under quartz worktops that incorporates a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for a Rangemaster style oven beneath extractor hood and further spaces for fridge freezer. The kitchen area has part tiled flooring which then leads to a part wood flooring which is the designated dining area. Exposed timbers. Rear aspect. Door opening to;

REAR LOBBY: With door to rear grounds and door to;

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C, and wall mounted wash hand basin. Rear aspect.

First floor

LANDING: A large welcoming area with a display of exposed timbers and studwork. Doors through to;

BEDROOM 1: 13' x 11'10 (3.95m x 3.61m). Located at the rear of the property and having rear aspect overlooking the grounds. Built-in wardrobe.

BEDROOM 2: 12'9 x 10'10 (3.88m x 3.30m). Again having built-in wardrobe. Exposed studwork. Front aspect.

BEDROOM 3: 9'9 x 7'8 (2.97m x 2.33m). Having a display of exposed studwork. Front aspect.

BEDROOM 4: 13'6 x 5'1 (4.11m x 1.55m). Double aspect to side and rear. Currently used as a home office.

BATHROOM: 13'6 x 5'4 (4.11m x 1.63m). Fitted with panelled bath having part tiled surround and shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin, W.C. and bidet. Part tiled walls. Airing cupboard.

Outside The property is set up away from the road and accessed via steps leading to a pedestrian path which in turn leads to the front door. There is a designated parking area which belongs to 29/31 Hawks Mill Street which is currently used as a vegetable garden by the present owners and having two five bar gates giving access.

The rear of the property is a sheer delight and possibly one of the key selling features of this delightful property and has been well cared for by the present owners. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with path meandering to the rear of the gardens. The lawn is flanked by well stocked flowering beds. To the rear of the grounds is a further vegetable/kitchen garden, greenhouse and a workshop/storage shed with power and light connected. Attractive pond and part brick wall with further gate to the side.

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