General information This beautifully presented and heavily extended character property, set within the highly desirable village of Assington, sits within a good size plot and benefits from ample parking to the side.
The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance porch where a half glazed door leads into the main dining room. The dining room is a bright and welcoming room with a sash window to the front, feature fireplace with wood surround and mantle, there is also a built-in cupboard providing storage. There are two openings leading from the dining room, the first of which leads into an inner hall which provides access to the sitting room, stairs to the first floor and the extended open-plan family sitting room set to the rear. The front room enjoys a dual aspect outlook to the front and side with sash windows, engineered flooring and an inset wood burner with brick hearth and timber mantle. Leading through from the inner hall is the open-plan kitchen/sitting room space which has been extended from the original build and offers a fantastic blend of both character and modern features including timber framed vaulted ceiling in the kitchen area with bi-fold doors to the rear leading to the patio and gardens beyond. The kitchen itself is composed of wooden work surface on three sides incorporating a dual butler sink and providing space for several appliances such as a range-style cooker, free-standing fridge/freezer and undercounter dishwasher with further storage cupboards both above and below the work surface. The kitchen leads through into the sitting space which benefits from the bi-folding doors at the rear and a vaulted orangery-style roof which floods the room in ample natural light. From the sitting area is a further door into the utility room which can be accessed from the parking area. The utility houses several white goods with an additional work top including a one and a half bowl sink with drainer and cupboards beneath. It also provides access to the shower room with part-tiled surround, wash hand basin, WC and finished with a heated towel rail.
The landing provides access to the three generous bedrooms and the family bathroom. Bedroom one is set to the front and enjoys a dual aspect outlook to the front and side. Bedroom two is located to the rear with views over the garden. The bathroom is also set to the rear with a four-piece suite with his/her sinks, rolltop bath and shower cubicle with tiled surrounds.
Dining room 14' 4" x 12' 8" (4.37m x 3.86m)
Sitting room 14' 5" x 12' (4.39m x 3.66m)
Kitchen 12' 9" x 11' 10" (3.89m x 3.61m)
Open-plan sitting room 21' 8" x 12' 10" (6.6m x 3.91m)
Inner hall 10' 10" x 6' 2" (3.3m x 1.88m)
Utility room 14' 9" x 9' 2" (4.5m x 2.79m)
Shower room 9' 4" x 2' 10" (2.84m x 0.86m)
Study space 6' 1" x 5' 3" (1.85m x 1.6m) widest points
Bedroom one 14' 6" x 8' 9" (4.42m x 2.67m)
Bedroom two 12' 5" x 7' 4" (3.78m x 2.24m)
Bedroom three 12' 5" x 6' 7" (3.78m x 2.01m)
Bathroom 7' 11" x 7' 5" (2.41m x 2.26m)
The outside The property benefits from good parking to the side with a low maintenance garden to the front surrounded by wrought-iron gates and a path leading to the front door. There is side access leading through to the rear garden which houses several garden stores in addition to the timber cabin set to the rear of the garden. The cabin has an insulated floor and roof and would be ideally suited as a office or possible annex.
The garden is set into three distinct zones with a substantial patio area immediate to the rear of the property leading out from the bi-folding doors from the sitting room with a path leading through the grass to the Cabin set to the rear. There is then a laid to lawn section on both sides of the path with the majority being off set to the right hand side to provide open garden space. Behind and to the side of the Cabin there is a vegetable plot and allotment which has been fenced off and ideally suited for a self-sufficient gardener.
Where? Assington is a village approximately 5 miles from Sudbury and 3.5 miles from Bures. There are three Ofsted outstanding rated schools at Boxford, Nayland and Bures. Further shopping and leisure and shopping facilities can be found in the main market town of Sudbury where there is a twice weekly market, local theatre, galleries, boutique shops and choice of supermarkets. Sudbury has a branch line rail link via Marks Tey to London Liverpool Street.
Important information Council Tax Band - D
Services - We understand that mains water and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - E
Agents note The property currently uses a septic tank, we understand from the vendor this will require updating which has been factored into the marketing price of the property.
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This beautifully presented character property is situated in the highly sought-after and desirable village of Assington and offers a generous plot with extensive parking and significantly extended ground floor accommodation.
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