Stowlangtoft, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (For Sale) Guide Price £569,950

Cottage        3 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

An outstanding detached Grade II Listed home, originally the village Reading Room and later the village school. The property has an abundance of original character and is presented to an excellent order throughout.

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


Features:

  • Beautiful Grade II Listed cottage
  • Retaining much of its original character
  • 2 receptions
  • Family room/conservatory
  • Kitchen and utility
  • 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
  • Garage and parking
  • Charming well maintained gardens

A beautiful period home believed to have been built around 1830 of traditional brick and flint construction. This Grade II Listed property is of particular historical and architectural interest; the cottage was originally built as the village Reading Room and later became the village school. The cottage has undergone many sympathetic improvements over the years, paying a high degree of attention to the original character and elegant atmosphere. This stunning property retains much or its original character, including polished wooden flooring, large leaded windows, period fireplaces and panelled doors.

Front door into:

HALLWAY: Wood herringbone floor. Exposed timbers. Window overlooking the front garden and door into:

SITTING ROOM: 21'6 x 19'9 max (6.55m x 6.02m max). An outstanding room enjoying fabulous views over the rear garden through wonderful leaded windows. The main focal point of the room is the open fireplace set upon a marble hearth. This grand room has other character features including picture rail and exposed polished wooden flooring. Door leading to:

DINING ROOM: 15'5 x 7'5 (4.70m x 2.26m). Overlooking the front garden. Door leading to the front and polished wooden flooring.

FAMILY ROOM/CONSERVATORY: 20' x 17'9 max (6.10m x 5.41m max). A fantastic light living space, opening out to a hexagonal shaped sitting area with two sets of French doors leading out to the rear garden. Of brick based construction with tiled flooring and fitted blind. Exposed flint wall.

KITCHEN: 11'5 x 7'6 (3.48m x 2.29m). Fitted hand painted kitchen with a range of wall and base units. Integrated dishwasher. AGA (available by separate negotiation). Finished with granite worktops and granite splash backs, with inset Belfast sink with mixer taps and drinking tap over. Large dresser. Wood herringbone floor. Pantry. Sky light.

UTILITY ROOM: 9'3 x 5'6 (2.82m x 1.68m). With a range of wall and base units. Stable style door leading to the rear. Space for white goods, plumbing for washing machine and small Belfast sink. This room houses the boiler and there is loft access.

MASTER BEDROOM: 15' x 12' (4.57m x 3.66m). A charming room with an abundance of original character including exposed stud work and beams. Overlooking the rear and side gardens. Door into:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: With suite comprising double shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level W.C. Tiled flooring and splash back tiles.

BATHROOM: Suite comprising roll top and claw bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail and airing cupboard.

First Floor

LANDING: Overlooking the rear garden.

BEDROOM 2: 12' x 9'1 (3.66m x 2.77m). A charming room with views overlooking the front and side gardens. Polished wooden flooring.

BEDROOM 3: 10'2 x 8'1 (3.10m x 2.46m). Overlooking the side garden. Polished wooden flooring, picture rail and Victorian fireplace. Walk-in wardrobe. Loft access.

Outside To the front of the property is a charming cottage garden which has been stocked with shrubs and flowering plants. The property is approached via a paved driveway, providing parking for many vehicles. This in turn leads to a detached GARAGE having power and light connected.

The formal gardens are a particular delight, affording a high degree of privacy and colour. Adjacent to the drawing room and conservatory is a large terrace area. The majority of the gardens are lawned and interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and flower beds. In all about 0.32 acres.


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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Full Details

Features:

  • Beautiful Grade II Listed cottage
  • Retaining much of its original character
  • 2 receptions
  • Family room/conservatory
  • Kitchen and utility
  • 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
  • Garage and parking
  • Charming well maintained gardens

A beautiful period home believed to have been built around 1830 of traditional brick and flint construction. This Grade II Listed property is of particular historical and architectural interest; the cottage was originally built as the village Reading Room and later became the village school. The cottage has undergone many sympathetic improvements over the years, paying a high degree of attention to the original character and elegant atmosphere. This stunning property retains much or its original character, including polished wooden flooring, large leaded windows, period fireplaces and panelled doors.

Front door into:

HALLWAY: Wood herringbone floor. Exposed timbers. Window overlooking the front garden and door into:

SITTING ROOM: 21'6 x 19'9 max (6.55m x 6.02m max). An outstanding room enjoying fabulous views over the rear garden through wonderful leaded windows. The main focal point of the room is the open fireplace set upon a marble hearth. This grand room has other character features including picture rail and exposed polished wooden flooring. Door leading to:

DINING ROOM: 15'5 x 7'5 (4.70m x 2.26m). Overlooking the front garden. Door leading to the front and polished wooden flooring.

FAMILY ROOM/CONSERVATORY: 20' x 17'9 max (6.10m x 5.41m max). A fantastic light living space, opening out to a hexagonal shaped sitting area with two sets of French doors leading out to the rear garden. Of brick based construction with tiled flooring and fitted blind. Exposed flint wall.

KITCHEN: 11'5 x 7'6 (3.48m x 2.29m). Fitted hand painted kitchen with a range of wall and base units. Integrated dishwasher. AGA (available by separate negotiation). Finished with granite worktops and granite splash backs, with inset Belfast sink with mixer taps and drinking tap over. Large dresser. Wood herringbone floor. Pantry. Sky light.

UTILITY ROOM: 9'3 x 5'6 (2.82m x 1.68m). With a range of wall and base units. Stable style door leading to the rear. Space for white goods, plumbing for washing machine and small Belfast sink. This room houses the boiler and there is loft access.

MASTER BEDROOM: 15' x 12' (4.57m x 3.66m). A charming room with an abundance of original character including exposed stud work and beams. Overlooking the rear and side gardens. Door into:

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: With suite comprising double shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level W.C. Tiled flooring and splash back tiles.

BATHROOM: Suite comprising roll top and claw bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail and airing cupboard.

First Floor

LANDING: Overlooking the rear garden.

BEDROOM 2: 12' x 9'1 (3.66m x 2.77m). A charming room with views overlooking the front and side gardens. Polished wooden flooring.

BEDROOM 3: 10'2 x 8'1 (3.10m x 2.46m). Overlooking the side garden. Polished wooden flooring, picture rail and Victorian fireplace. Walk-in wardrobe. Loft access.

Outside To the front of the property is a charming cottage garden which has been stocked with shrubs and flowering plants. The property is approached via a paved driveway, providing parking for many vehicles. This in turn leads to a detached GARAGE having power and light connected.

The formal gardens are a particular delight, affording a high degree of privacy and colour. Adjacent to the drawing room and conservatory is a large terrace area. The majority of the gardens are lawned and interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and flower beds. In all about 0.32 acres.

Floorplan

Floorplan

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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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