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Asking Price Of £280,000

Fair Green, Glemsford, Sudbury, CO10 7PH

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  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    2

General information This gas centrally heated detached cottage is thought to date back to the 19th century and offers spacious accommodation throughout, beginning with the entrance hall, accessed via the main door at the side which provides stair flight rising off to the first floor, under stairs storage cupboard and doors leading off to:

The main living room is set to the front of the property and benefits from a bay fronted window overlooking the front, gas fireplace with wooden mantle surround and matching inbuilt shelving and cupboard either side.

In the centre of the cottage is the dining room which contains a double glazed window to the side with access to the utility room/WC and also features a fireplace with brick surround and tiled half. The utility room itself houses the central heating boiler and contains a WC with plumbing for a washing machine with an access door to the rear garden.

Set to the rear of the property, this traditional style kitchen contains wooden base level kitchen units with roll top worksurfaces and separate stainless steel one bowl sink and drainer unit with space for a gas cooker and numerous wooden shelving units at eye level, the kitchen concludes with a spacious pantry cupboard and an access door to the rear garden.

Taking the stairs to the first floor there is a surprising amount of landing space, the landing itself is light and airy with a double glazed window to the side, the landing gives access to the two bedrooms and upstairs shower room.

The main bedroom is of good size and features a double aspect to the front and side, and also contains a range of built-in wardrobes and drawers. The second bedroom is set to the rear of the property and again is of a good double size with a double glazed window overlooking the rear.

The accommodation concludes with the shower room, which contains an airing cupboard, walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, wall mounted heated towel rail with double glazed window to the side having privacy glass and part tiled walls.

Living room 13' 9" x 12' 0" (4.19m x 3.66m)

Dining room 13' 9" x 9' 5" (4.19m x 2.87m)

Kitchen 9' 4" x 8' 0" (2.84m x 2.44m)

WC/utility 4' 8" x 4' 1" (1.42m x 1.24m)

Bedroom one 12' 7" x 11' 9" (3.84m x 3.58m)

Bedroom two 9' 5" x 8' 6" (2.87m x 2.59m)

Shower room 9' 5" x 4' 8" (2.87m x 1.42m)

Brick built workshop 8' 4" x 4' 5" (2.54m x 1.35m)

Outside The property includes gardens to the front and rear, the garden to the front is bordered by an iron fence with gated access into the front garden. The garden itself contains a range of shrubs, flowers and box hedging and a stepped pathway leads to the main entrance of the property and to the rear garden.

The rear garden is of a traditional cottage style, an area of hardstanding provides easy access to the original coal store and workshop- which are attached to the property itself. These two spaces would lend themselves to being used as further accommodation, subject to the usual planning consents. As you continue down the garden there is an access gate to the side, steps take you to a further brick built shed and an established flower bed containing a range of wildflowers, hedging and a fruit tree.

Location The cottage benefits from a prominent position in Fair Green overlooking the greensward to the front and is ideally located for easy access of local shops and other amenities. Glemsford itself is a popular and well served village with a good range of local amenities, which include a local primary school, hairdressers, doctors, convenience stores, public houses, restaurants and is well connected with a local bus service linking to the main market town of Sudbury, which has a wider range of amenities and includes a branch rail link through to London Liverpool Street via Marks Tey. The village is surrounded by some of the area's finest countryside and is considered ideal for those who like to enjoy walking in the surrounding countryside.

Important information Council Tax Band -

Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.

Tenure - Freehold

EPC rating - TBC

Our ref - SP

Features

  • No onward chain
  • Two bedrooms
  • Detached cottage
  • Popular village location
  • 19th Century
  • Requires modernisation throughout
  • Walking distance to local amenities
  • Gas central Heating

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