General information This beautifully presented 3 bedroom semi detached cottage dates back to the 1800's. Having been extended and modernised over the years, the current owners have gracefully married the modern day alongside original character features.
The front door opens into the spacious hallway which gives access to the rest of the accommodation and provides space to store coats and accessories. The kitchen is located immediately to the left, and has a triple aspect to the front, side and rear. It has been fitted with a variety of eye level and base units with worktops over, and an inset ceramic sink and drainer. There is an integrated fridge freezer, washing machine and previously a dishwasher which the current owners have converted to a storage cupboard, but could easily be changed back. There is a double oven, an electric hob with extractor fan over and further space under a breakfast bar counter for a fridge or freezer.
From the kitchen, the hallway leads round to the downstairs toilet, which has been fitted with a low level wc and a wash hand basin and vanity unit, there is a window to the rear aspect.
Further along the hallway is the study which the current sellers are using as a hobby room. This room is extremely versatile and could be used for many different purposes, with a window to the rear aspect too.
The dining room has a window to the side aspect looking out towards the rear garden and offers a great space for a formal dining area.
The ground floor is completed with the living room, which features exposed beams and the original ingle nook fireplaces. There is a wood burner currently, but it is believed this space was used as the original 1800s oven. There is a window to the side aspect, and double doors that lead onto the rear garden beyond. Stairs from the living room lead up to the first floor, with an under stairs storage cupboard too.
The first floor comprises of three bedrooms and the main bathroom. Bedroom one has a window to the side aspect and benefits from a storage cupboard, that used to house the hot water tank. Bedroom two has a window to the side aspect overlooking the rear garden. Bedroom three has a window to the side aspect and has a storage cupboard. The main bathroom has been white washed and fitted with grey half panelling and the original external wall has been exposed, creating a fantastic original feature combined with the modern day styles. The bathroom been fitted with a 4 piece suite which consists of a shower cubicle, a claw foot bath, a low level wc and a wash hand basin with vanity unit.
Kitchen 14' 01" x 7' 07" (4.29m x 2.31m)
WC 5' 07" x 2' 01" (1.7m x 0.64m)
Study 7' 08" x 5' 05" (2.34m x 1.65m)
Dining room 9' 08" x 9' 0" (2.95m x 2.74m)
Living room 19' 08 (max)" x 11' 06" (5.99m x 3.51m)
Bedroom one 12' 0" x 11' 02" (3.66m x 3.4m)
Bedroom two 10' 02" x 9' 04" (3.1m x 2.84m)
Bedroom three 10' 03" x 7' 10" (3.12m x 2.39m)
Bathroom 9' 06 (max)" x 8' 01 (max)" (2.9m x 2.46m)
Outside The property is approached by a private pathway accessed via a gated archway off The Street, which leads past neighbouring properties to the front door. There is a hardstanding around the front entrance, where the current owners have placed an outside shed. Access from the front leads around the side of the property onto the rear garden.
The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn, which is lined with flower beds with mature shrubs and bushes. The main garden is slightly elevated from the patio area which is a great outside dining space. A path leads down the middle of the garden to the rear, where the current owners have installed a water feature. The very rear of the garden has a hardstanding, with further space for a storage shed. The garden enjoys a westerly aspect.
Location The property is situated centrally to the village of Shottisham, which lies in the Wilford Hundred. Conveniently positioned on the Bawdsey Peninsular, with access to Shingle Street and the River Deben, all part of the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
Within the vicinity there is the The Sorrell Horse public house, sailing at Bawdsey and Woodbridge an equestrian centre at Popular Park, with its excellent rides and walks and the well renowned Woodbridge Golf Club.
The historic market town of Woodbridge is close by and offers superb restaurants, boutique shops, a cinema and Deben Leisure Centre.
There are two excellent schools, Woodbridge School in the private sector and the highly regarded Farlingaye High School in the public sector.
Woodbridge also has a railway station with links to Ipswich and the mainline to London Liverpool Street.
Important information Council Tax Band - B
Services - We understand that mains water and electric is supplied to the property. There is oil fired central heating and drainage via a septic tank.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - D
Our ref - JED
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This beautifully presented 3 bedroom semi detached cottage dates back to the 1800's. Having been extended and modernised over the years, the current owners have gracefully married the modern day alongside original character features.
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