General information Enniskillen Lodge is an attractive period house with rendered elevations and with attractive sash windows. The property has been renovated and extended over the years with signs of its original period origins to the front section of the property and a more modern feel to the ground and first floor additions created when the original barn was linked and converted to residential accommodation. The works have been carried out sensitively to the property to retain all of its original charm and character.
Little Waldingfield is a sought after residential village with an attractive collection of period houses. The property is set back behind brick wall and gates lead into the parking and turning area.
The house has many attractive features throughout which reflect the various stages of its development such as exposed timbering/feature fireplaces. The main reception rooms and front bedrooms benefit from the large sash windows to the front elevation. The front door is approached from a paved path which leads into a large dining hallway with open studwork and staircase to the first floor. Opening off this is the large sitting room with a large open fireplace and access through to the library area. Leading off the dining room is the inner hallway which provides access to the study and gives access to the utility room and cloakroom with a glazed door to the sunny west facing terrace. Doors lead through to the kitchen/dining room with its range of solid wood units located at the rear of the house with a large walk in larder cupboard and glazed double French doors leading out onto the terrace.
The first floor accommodation is approached via a staircase leading from the dining hallway which leads to a landing with cloakroom and a family bathroom. In the more recent addition to the rear of the house is the master bedroom and ensuite shower room. At the front of the house there are three good size bedrooms with bedroom five overlooking the terrace at the rear and has a fitted wash hand basin.
Outside The grounds are a particular feature of the property with double gates leading into a shingle parking and turning area. There is a secondary access at the side of the property also leading to the garden and grounds. These grounds are a real feature of the property with a sunny west facing paved terrace adjoining the rear house, this opens out into a more formal area of garden and leads on through to an area of woodland garden at the rear of the house.
The main area of grounds which extend to 2.8 acres are enclosed by fencing and contain a mixture of mature trees, fruit trees etc. including a lovely mature Walnut and many other specimen trees. There is a large pond overlooked by timber summer house with decked area, the perfect location for peaceful evening drink. Situated within the grounds are the property's old well, three timber garden sheds, garden store and two log stores and oil storage tank.
Location Little Waldingfield is a sought after residential village being located approximately half way between the thriving market town of Sudbury and the nearby spectacular medieval village of Lavenham (Sudbury 5 miles, Lavenham 4 miles). Sudbury is a thriving market town retaining a branch line railway station connecting with the mainline at Marks Tey providing easy access to London Liverpool Street. The town also has an excellent range of facilities including Waitrose, Aldi, Tesco and Sainsburys, it retains a twice weekly market and a good selection of shops, restaurants etc. Lavenham is a spectacular village containing probably the largest selection of medieval timber framed properties in the country and has an excellent range of facilities including doctors, primary school, chemist, butcher, baker, supermarkets, a range of other retails outlets, coffee shops and an excellent selection of pubs and restaurants and is one of the most sought after residential locations in the region.
Little Waldingfield has a fine 15th century parish church and has a strong sense of local community with various organisations including a local history society. The village contains an interesting selection of properties with some having medieval origins and the village saw considerable enlargement in Victorian times with a wealth of attractive soft red brick cottages throughout the village.
Important information Council Tax Band - G
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating.
Tenure - Freehold
Ref - SAT
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An attractive Grade II Listed village house set in the heart of this sought after residential village. The property has extensive grounds of approaching 3 acres laid out as an area of informal garden and orchard.
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