General information This character property is composed of a glazed door into a bright and spacious entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor landing and beneath doors give way to a number of period and character rooms. The family sitting room is set to the front of the original property and enjoys a feature fireplace with bay window to the front aspect complete with original style sash windows and modern shutters. The entrance hall also provides access to the dining room which enjoys a number of character features including the tiled flooring, exposed red brick chimney breast with inset multi fuel burner and archway opening leading through into the kitchen area set to the rear of the property. The multi fuel burner has a back boiler that will heat the radiators in conjunction with the primary boiler. The kitchen is set in an extended part of the property under a slated roof with doors leading out and windows overlooking the gardens and countryside views beyond. The kitchen itself is composed of worksurface on three sides with an array of storage cupboards located both above and below the worksurface housing or creating space for several integrated and free standing appliances including an integrated dishwasher and free standing washing machine and range style cooker with stainless steel splash back and extractor hood above. Leading back through into the hallway there are two sets of stairs one providing access to the first floor and the second providing access to the subterranean basement level which is currently being utilized as a secondary sitting room/storage room.
Stairs rising to the first floor landing provide access into four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The layout of the four bedrooms and bathrooms could provide the potential for somebody to reconfigure and create a principal master suite with primary bedroom, dressing area and utilizing one of the bathrooms as an en-suite. However currently three of the bedrooms including the master are currently set to the front aspect. Whilst bedroom four and the two bathrooms are set to the rear. The bedrooms and bathrooms all enjoy a number of period features including original style sash windows and exposed timber floorboards. The two bathrooms are similar in size with one offering a walk in shower with tiled surround, wash hand basin and W.C and the other providing a more traditional free standing bath again with a wash hand basin and W.C with part panelled surround and a frosted window to the rear aspect.
Entrance hall 3' 10" < 7' 7" x 24' 10" (1.17m x 7.57m)
Sitting room 13' 4" x 11' 11" (4.06m x 3.63m)
Dining room 12' 5" x 12' (3.78m x 3.66m)
Kitchen 18' 1" x 8' 2" (5.51m x 2.49m)
BASEMENT 20' 7" x 11' 3" (6.27m x 3.43m)
Bedroom one 11' 4" x 11' 10" (3.45m x 3.61m)
Bedroom two 7' 6" x 14' 6" (2.29m x 4.42m)
Bedroom three 12' x 9' 8" (3.66m x 2.95m)
Bedroom four 5' 10" x 10' 9" (1.78m x 3.28m)
ATHROOM ONE 7' 7" x 6' 5" (2.31m x 1.96m)
BATHROOM TWO 6' 11" x 7' 6" (2.11m x 2.29m)
Outside The property benefits from extensive lawn gardens to the rear with a traditional right of way approximately half way down the garden providing access to the neighbouring properties. The garden itself is fenced on both sides with an opening down the bottom to utilise and enjoy the field and countryside views beyond. The garden also houses a timber framed storage unit which is ideally placed for garden machinery.
Location The property is situated in the historic village of Long Melford, a popular village with a good range of local amenities including boutique shops and galleries, cafes, public houses and restaurants. Both Melford Hall and Kentwell Hall attract tourists and there is a good sense of community. The nearby market town of Sudbury offers a wider range of shopping and leisure facilities including a branch rail link to London Liverpool Street via Marks Tey (journey time of about 75 minutes).
Important information Council Tax Band - D
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
Tenure - Freehold
Our ref - OJG
Agents note 1. - The property enjoys a flying freehold over the neighbouring property.
2. - The property has a historic and traditional right of way set half way down the garden which provides rear access to the neighbouring property.
3. - Boundaries are subject to clarification from solicitors on ownership and responsibilities.
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This beautifully presented period property situated in the outskirts of the highly desirable village of Long Melford offers deceptive and spacious accommodation spanning across two floors with sizeable gardens and rolling countryside views to the rear.
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