General information Set in a rural position lying between the villages of Otley and Clopton is this unique detached bungalow with approximately 3 acres of land and a separate annex with impressive vaulted ceiling and feature window. The property offers versatile use both inside and out with flexible accommodation throughout. The land has been divided into paddocks and is currently used for grazing.
We understand the property has undergone renovation works whilst under the current ownership and this includes a refitted kitchen and shower room along with general decoration.
The bungalow has been beautifully renovated with a well thought layout comprising an entrance hall with built in storage ideal for coats and shoes. Double doors open on to the impressive
22'8" sitting room, the hub of the home with further double doors leading to an enclosed garden area which is ideal for anyone with small animals or young children. Ample built-in cupboards provide further storage and there are double doors leading to the dining room which overlooks the enclosed garden area and offers potential to create further doors to the garden, subject to necessary planning/building regs.
A cottage style door leads to the cosy shaker style kitchen which has been fitted with matching eye level and base units with oak worktops above. Integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer, washing machine, slimline dishwasher and an Aga Rangemaster with induction hob.
There are two double bedrooms, the master benefitting from built in wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom fitted with a three piece suite comprising a wood panelled bath, low level W.C and a wash basin. There is a further stunning family shower room fitted with a walk in shower, wash basin and low level W.C, heated towel rail and floor to ceiling travertine tiles.
The annex has the potential for many uses and enjoys an open plan living space with a kitchenette and cloakroom. Steps lead to a bedroom area that has been built into the eaves with restricted head height. There is a separate attached storeroom which measures 14' 9" by 9' 10" and is accessed via double doors and has a window to the rear aspect and is currently being used to store hay and sheep feed.
Sitting room 22' 08" x 17' 01" (6.91m x 5.21m)
Dining room 14' 04" x 12' 08" (4.37m x 3.86m)
Kitchen 12' 07" x 10' 04" (3.84m x 3.15m)
Shower room 7' 06" x 6' 03" (2.29m x 1.91m)
Ensuite 7' 07" x 5' 08" (2.31m x 1.73m)
Bedroom 16' 06" x 10' 01" (5.03m x 3.07m)
Bedroom 16' 08" x 10' 03" (5.08m x 3.12m)
Living space 24' 08" x 14' 09" (7.52m x 4.5m)
Bedroom 15' 02" x 11' 11" (4.62m x 3.63m)
Storeroom 14' 9" x 9' 10" (4.5m x 3m)
Outside Little Owl Barn is approached by a shared drive providing access to one other property. A set of private double gates open on to the driveway which provides off road parking for many vehicles. Just a few steps lead up to the front door of the bungalow and annex.
The gardens have been carefully laid out with an enclosed space to the right hand side which can be accessed from the sitting room and provides a secure space. There is a gate leading to the rear of the property where there is an attractive private courtyard comprising sandstone and brick paving with stone chippings and shrub beds. The oil tank is tucked between these two areas nicely surrounded by trellis and a pergola. A further gate leads to the front drive and the annex and behind the garage is an integral hay store measuring 14'9'' x 9'10''
There is approximately 3 acres of land lying adjacent to the property including a mixed woodland area. The land has been well kept with secure fencing and water connected and has recently been used for the grazing of sheep but could be used for other livestock or paddocks. Beside the parking area are two smaller fenced areas with a livestock shelter with water and electricity connected.
Location The property lies within Otley Bottom which is between the villages of Otley and Clopton. Otley is a popular village to the north-west of Woodbridge, with the well-equipped village store post office, village hall and church. The market town of Woodbridge is approx. seven miles south-east and offers a wide range of shopping facilities, including boutique shops, excellent restaurants and leisure facilities. It has a golf club and a yacht club on the River Deben, cinema and the Deben leisure centre. Woodbridge also offers excellent schooling for all age groups in the private and state sectors, as well as a railway station with a link to Ipswich which has the mainline to London's Liverpool Street station.
Important information We understand the property is connected to mains water and electricity. We understand there is oil fired central heating and drainage/sewage is via a water treatment plant.
Tenure - Freehold
Council Tax - TBC
EPC Rating - C
Agents note We understand there are restrictive covenants which exclude business use of the property and the use of tents, as well as further building without consent.
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With approximately 3 acres of land and occupying a secluded position is this unique detached bungalow with separate one bedroom annexe enjoying an impressive vaulted ceiling. The property has off road parking for many vehicles, and is offered for sale with no onward chain.
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