Rattlesden, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Offers in Excess of £445,000

Semi-Detached House         3 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

A splendid Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage enjoying an excellent position in the highly regarded village of Rattlesden.

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


Features:

  • Grade II Listed semi detached cottage
  • Notable period features
  • Sitting room with inglenook fireplace
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Pantry and cloakroom
  • 3 bedrooms and bathroom
  • Parking
  • Cellar
  • Gardens to front and rear

An elegant Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage believed to have origins dating back to the 16th Century that affords an enviable position towards the centre of this highly regarded Suffolk village. Hall Farm Cottage has recently been improved and is presented to an excellent order throughout whilst retaining many notable period features including a wonderful display of exposed timbers and studwork and inglenook fireplace. The remainder of the property affords generous accommodation to both floors and is enhanced by a delightful rear garden and off street parking.

Entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: A splendid welcoming area with staircase rising to first floor, tiled flooring and doors to;

SITTING ROOM: 16'1 x 12'10 (4.90m x 3.90m). A truly impressive double aspect room with a wealth of exposed timbers, studwork and inglenook fireplace with brick surround having inset wood burning stove under bressummer beam creating the main focal point of the room. Door leading to rear grounds.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 16'1 x 11'6 (4.90m x 3.50m). A cleverly designed room having two distinctive areas with kitchen area fitted with a range of matching wall and base units under wooden work preparation surfaces that incorporate a Butler style sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A former fireplace has an inset Rangemaster style cooker set upon a tiled hearth. Rear aspect and door to grounds. Door to cloakroom. Exposed wood flooring leads from the kitchen to the designated dining area. Currently used as the family dining area having front aspect and exposed timbers and studwork. Door to pantry cupboard - a large area ideal for storage. Window to side aspect.

CLOAKROOM: With W.C. and wash hand basin set upon a vanity unit with cupboard beneath. Exposed studwork. Window to rear.

First floor

LANDING: An excellent welcoming area with front aspect. Doors to;

BEDROOM 1: 18'1 x 13'1 (5.50m x 4.00m). A splendid double aspect room having former fireplace with brick surround and bressummer beam over creating the main focal point of the room. Range of period features including exposed timbers and studwork.

BEDROOM 2: 11'6 x 9'2 (3.50m x 2.80m). Being of a generous size and having front aspect. Exposed studwork.

BEDROOM 3: 11'6 x 8'10 (3.50m x 2.70m). Again an excellent size with rear aspect and views overlooking the grounds, the village and countryside beyond. Exposed studwork.

BATHROOM: 8'10 x 6'6 (2.70m x 1.97m). A delightful suite having panelled bath with shower over and part tiled surround, wash hand basin and W.C. Tiled flooring, Built-in airing cupboard.

Outside The property is approached via a half height attractive gate that opens to a path that in turn leads to the property and grounds. The remainder of the front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flowering beds and shrubs. To the side of the property is the newly adopted designated parking for one vehicle which in turn has steps that lead down to the side of the property to a picket gate which opens to the rear garden. The rear garden has a terrace area immediately abutting the property ideally placed to enjoy warm summer afternoons and al fresco dining that is bordered by an expansive lawn area which in turn is flanked to one side by a variety of well stocked flowering beds and shrubs. External double doors giving access to the CELLAR 19' x 11'6 (5.80m x 3.50m) currently used as storage however will lend itself to a multiple of uses with the necessary regulations/planning requirements.


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 semi detached cottage
  • Notable period features
  • Sitting room with inglenook fireplace
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Pantry and cloakroom
  • 3 bedrooms and bathroom
  • Parking
  • Cellar
  • Gardens to front and rear

An elegant Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage believed to have origins dating back to the 16th Century that affords an enviable position towards the centre of this highly regarded Suffolk village. Hall Farm Cottage has recently been improved and is presented to an excellent order throughout whilst retaining many notable period features including a wonderful display of exposed timbers and studwork and inglenook fireplace. The remainder of the property affords generous accommodation to both floors and is enhanced by a delightful rear garden and off street parking.

Entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: A splendid welcoming area with staircase rising to first floor, tiled flooring and doors to;

SITTING ROOM: 16'1 x 12'10 (4.90m x 3.90m). A truly impressive double aspect room with a wealth of exposed timbers, studwork and inglenook fireplace with brick surround having inset wood burning stove under bressummer beam creating the main focal point of the room. Door leading to rear grounds.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 16'1 x 11'6 (4.90m x 3.50m). A cleverly designed room having two distinctive areas with kitchen area fitted with a range of matching wall and base units under wooden work preparation surfaces that incorporate a Butler style sink unit with mixer tap. Spaces for fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A former fireplace has an inset Rangemaster style cooker set upon a tiled hearth. Rear aspect and door to grounds. Door to cloakroom. Exposed wood flooring leads from the kitchen to the designated dining area. Currently used as the family dining area having front aspect and exposed timbers and studwork. Door to pantry cupboard - a large area ideal for storage. Window to side aspect.

CLOAKROOM: With W.C. and wash hand basin set upon a vanity unit with cupboard beneath. Exposed studwork. Window to rear.

First floor

LANDING: An excellent welcoming area with front aspect. Doors to;

BEDROOM 1: 18'1 x 13'1 (5.50m x 4.00m). A splendid double aspect room having former fireplace with brick surround and bressummer beam over creating the main focal point of the room. Range of period features including exposed timbers and studwork.

BEDROOM 2: 11'6 x 9'2 (3.50m x 2.80m). Being of a generous size and having front aspect. Exposed studwork.

BEDROOM 3: 11'6 x 8'10 (3.50m x 2.70m). Again an excellent size with rear aspect and views overlooking the grounds, the village and countryside beyond. Exposed studwork.

BATHROOM: 8'10 x 6'6 (2.70m x 1.97m). A delightful suite having panelled bath with shower over and part tiled surround, wash hand basin and W.C. Tiled flooring, Built-in airing cupboard.

Outside The property is approached via a half height attractive gate that opens to a path that in turn leads to the property and grounds. The remainder of the front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of flowering beds and shrubs. To the side of the property is the newly adopted designated parking for one vehicle which in turn has steps that lead down to the side of the property to a picket gate which opens to the rear garden. The rear garden has a terrace area immediately abutting the property ideally placed to enjoy warm summer afternoons and al fresco dining that is bordered by an expansive lawn area which in turn is flanked to one side by a variety of well stocked flowering beds and shrubs. External double doors giving access to the CELLAR 19' x 11'6 (5.80m x 3.50m) currently used as storage however will lend itself to a multiple of uses with the necessary regulations/planning requirements.

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Contact David Burr Woolpit

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


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