Cottage   4 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   4 reception room(s)
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HALLWAY: Providing access to the principal rooms on the ground floor and stairs rising to first floor;
DRAWING ROOM: A grand space with dual aspect windows to front and side with remarkably high ceilings, the room is centred around the 19th century stone fireplace and hearth, open plan to;
STUDY: A substantial room capable of fulfilling a number of uses with window to rear aspect. Door to;
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: A notable addition to the rear of the property forming the ground floor of the two-storey extension. The kitchen is hand-made, finished in a shaker style with a substantial built-in fridge, separate freezer and dishwasher. Of particular note is the range cooker with extractor over and dual butler sink inset with drainer and mixer tap over. The room boasts dual aspect windows to rear and side as French style double doors leading to the rear terrace.
DINING ROOM: The formal dining room is situated towards the front of the property overlooking the formal lawns with dual aspect windows to front and side. The room is equipped with a significant amount of inbuilt storage comprising drinks cupboards and shelving as well as providing personnel access through to Kitchen/Breakfast room.
Double doors lead from the kitchen/ breakfast room through to;
SNUG AND GARDEN ROOM: These spaces form a notable addition to the property situated within the original walls of the garden and provide light yet informal areas for entertaining away from the main body of the house. The Garden room is finished with glass sliding doors to the enclosed terrace. Door to;
UTILITY ROOM: A useful space providing additional storage for white goods housing the oil fired boiler, additional sink inset with drainer and mixer taps over and further spaces for the washer, dryer, freestanding fridge and freezer. The room is complete with a window to side aspect with door leading to rear terrace.
Landing providing access to accommodation;
MASTER BEDROOM: A grand and imposing double room with dual aspect windows to front and side, a vast amount of useful storage wrapping around the bedroom which in turn leads to the EN-SUITE: Comprising shower with dual glass sliding doors, WC and hand wash basin inset into marble top with cabinet under.
BEDROOM 2: Another double room with ample built in storage and shelving. The room is finished with a window to rear aspect. Door to EN-SUITE: comprising panelled bath with shower attachment over, WC and hand wash basin.
BEDROOM 3: Another grand double bedroom with dual aspect windows to front and side overlooking the front lawns. Built in wardrobes.
BEDROOM 4: A substantial double room with dual aspect windows to rear, forming the upper half of the two storey extension finished with fitted wardrobes.
FAMILY BATHROOM: White suite comprising WC, hand wash basin, panelled bath with glass shower screen and shower attachment over, finished with window to side aspect.
Outside The property is accessed via a private track no more than a single vehicle's width leading from Westley Lane. The track abuts the boundary of the walled gardens of the property which in turn leads to ample gated parking and the DETACHED GARAGE with potting shed, power and light connected, personnel door to side and doors to front.
The property is well-screened from the road by evergreen hedging and the 17th century walled garden of in all about 0.8 acres. The gardens are particularly private in nature with a variety of distinct parts; initially comprising the formal lawns situated to the front of the property, interrupted only by the gravel pathway leading to the front gate with specimen trees and herbaceous borders. To the North of the residence is a substantial spring fed pond which is ring fenced by the current owners. Further formal lawns are found to the rear of the property which again is well screened by evergreen trees on the Western-most boundary. The hedging in turn leads to the five bar gate providing access to the driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles. The current owners have taken time to create a kitchen garden with apple trees and soft fruit trees. Finally the gardens are completed by a terraced area situated within the walls of the garden and the garden room which is perfect for secluded alfresco dining and entertaining.
SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Mains drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators.
NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk District Council.
VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR Bury St Edmunds office 01284 725525.
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