General information An exceptionally well-presented two bedroom period cottage on the edge of this highly desirable, much requested historic village with the advantage of off road parking to the front and a larger than average garden to the rear.
A double glazed entrance door leads into the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor. A glazed door leads into the main sitting room with multi-fuel stove inset to a brick chamber and tiled hearth, engineered wood flooring and a further glazed door leading to the kitchen/diner. The kitchen/diner has tiling to floor, ornamental fireplace, cupboard beneath stairs, work surfaces surround to two walls with one and a half drainer sink and a four-ring gas hob. There is a good range of units with drawers beneath, further wall mounted units over, space for appliances, integrated oven and extractor plus tiled splashbacks. A half glazed door to a utility space at the rear with tiled flooring and door leading to a useful ground floor cloakroom. A further glazed door provides access to the outside.
Stairs rise up to the first floor landing with loft access and doors give way to two good size bedrooms of which the master bedroom lies to the front with a useful built-in cupboard plus recess ideal for bedroom furniture. The second bedroom lies to the rear with double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. The first floor accommodation is finally concluded with a spacious four-piece bathroom fashioned in a period style with a rolltop claw-foot bath, vanity wash hand basin, WC and tiled shower cubicle with half panelled surrounds plus wall mounted heated towel rail.
Sitting room 13' 8" decreasing to 10' 9" x 12' (4.17m (3.28m) x 3.66m)
Kitchen/dining room 15' 1" x 10' 7" (4.6m x 3.23m)
Rear utility 8' 8" x 3' 11" (2.64m x 1.19m)
WC 4' x 3' 1" (1.22m x 0.94m)
Master bedroom 13' 8" decreasing to 10' 9" x 12' 5" (4.17m (3.28m) x 3.78m)
Bedroom two 8' 4" x 8' (2.54m x 2.44m)
Bathroom 11' 3" x 6' 3" (3.43m x 1.91m)
Outside To the front of the property is a driveway providing off road parking for two vehicles.
The rear gardens are a key feature of the property being of particularly good width with fenced boundaries, majority laid to lawn with a range of well-stocked flower borders providing year round interest. To the far end of the garden are a selection of shrubs and trees along with rear access.
Location The property is situated in the historic village of Long Melford, a popular village with a good range of local amenities including boutique shops and galleries, cafes, public houses and restaurants. Both Melford Hall and Kentwell Hall attract tourists and there is a good sense of community. The nearby market town of Sudbury offers a wider range of shopping and leisure facilities including a branch rail link to London Liverpool Street via Marks Tey (journey time of about 75 minutes).
Important information Council Tax Band - B
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - tbc
Our ref - NAS
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Exceptionally well presented period cottage with off road parking, generous rear garden on the outskirts of this highly desirable and much requested Suffolk village fronting onto an area of meadowland.
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