Semi-Detached House   4 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION A Grade II listed four-bedroom (one en-suite) 18th Century cottage, centrally located within the picturesque village of Stoke by Nayland, located within a conservation area and the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Presented to an excellent standard, the property has been refurbished in recent years and offers an array of period charm and individual character including pamment brick flooring, fireplaces, exposed timber work and ceiling timbers, doors complete with Suffolk latches and casement windows. Within walking distance of two public houses, the village post office and stores in addition to lying within catchment area to the Ofsted 'outstanding' Nayland Primary School and within three miles of Littlegarth Independent Preparatory School. Further benefits to the property include south facing walled gardens and useful timber framed external workshop.
Four-panel timber door opening to:
ENTRANCE HALL: With pamment brick flooring and door to:
SITTING ROOM: 20' 0" x 13' 7" (6.11m x 4.16m) An inviting dual aspect room with sash windows to front, plantation shutters and French doors to rear enjoying an attractive aspect over the private, well-screened walled gardens. Stripped oak flooring throughout, wealth of exposed timberwork and oak beams, fireplace (presently sealed) with brick hearth and wooden mantle over. Staircase rising to first floor.
DINING ROOM: 14' 2" x 12' 4" (4.33m x 3.77m) A versatile room currently being utilised as a dining room with double-hung sash window to front and plantation shutters. Impressive 8ft ceiling height with central ceiling timber and range of further exposed beams, fireplace with stone hearth and oak mantle over. Eight-panel doors opening to storage recess and door with Suffolk latch and step up to:
KITCHEN: 17' 5" x 5' 3" (5.32m x 1.62m) Enjoying a southerly rear aspect, this freestanding kitchen is comprised of range of base units, wooden preparation surfaces and stainless-steel single sink unit with mixer tap over. Rangemaster double oven with five-ring induction hob over. Further space and plumbing for washing machine/dryer. Clay tiled flooring throughout, two casement windows to rear enjoying a southerly aspect overlooking the gardens and door to useful under stair storage recess. Staircase rising to first floor, door with Suffolk latch to:
UTILITY ROOM: 8' 5" x 5' 4" (2.58m x 1.65m) A single storey rear addition to the property with double-hung sash windows to rear, clay tiled flooring throughout and stable door to outside.
LANDING: With wealth of exposed timberwork, hatch to loft and oak door with Suffolk latch to:
MASTER BEDROOM: 10' 8" x 9' 11" (3.27m x 3.04m) Enjoying a southerly rear aspect with two casement windows to rear overlooking south-facing gardens. Stripped oak flooring and impressive 8ft ceiling heights.
BEDROOM 2: 11' 4" x 9' 9" (3.47m x 2.99m) With window to front overlooking Church Street, stripped oak flooring and door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Fitted with ceramic WC, wall-hung wash hand basin and fully tiled separately screened shower unit with chrome shower attachment.
INNER LANDING: With oak flooring throughout, useful recessed fitted shelving.
BEDROOM 3: 12' 3" x 10' 7" (3.74m x 3.23m) With window to front, double width fitted wardrobe and Victorian fireplace with tiled hearth.
BEDROOM 4: 8' 2" x 7' 8" (2.49m x 2.36m) With window to rear enjoying a southerly aspect over the gardens, part tongue and groove panelling and stripped wood-effect flooring throughout.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 8' 0" x 5' 7" (2.45m x 1.72m) Fitted with a ceramic WC, Burlington ceramic wash hand basin and bath with chrome shower attachment. Part tongue and groove panelling, partly obscured glass window to rear.
Outside Situated on the ever-popular Church Street, the property is instantly recognised by its double fronted, rendered exterior. Immediately to the rear of the property are the walled south facing gardens which have been practically landscaped to incorporate a rear terrace, range of border plants and established beds, fledging and mature trees in addition to a workshop and timber framed external store. The gardens extend to the rear and are well placed to enjoy the midday/evening sun.
AGENTS NOTE: The property benefits from a right of way over the neighbouring property.
Planning permission was granted in 2017 to replace the existing single storey rear extension with a larger garden room.
SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired heating. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
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