3 bedroom end of terrace house for saleIcklingham Road, West Stow
Guide Price £249,995
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Fitted Kitchen
- Three Bedrooms
- Delightful GardensOf Around 0.25 Of An Acre
- Original Characteristics
- Close To Forest Walks
Full descriptionUnderstood to date back to the early 19th century, this charming period cottage is built of traditional brick construction beneath a plain tiled roof. The cottage in more recent years has been the subject of further improvement and extension and now results in a comfortable home of much personality whilst displaying characteristics associated with a property of its type, including a brick fireplace, exposed timbers and Suffolk latch internal doors. An impressive feature of the cottage are the delightful well stocked gardens of around one quarter of an acre (subject to survey) with original wash house and backing onto open countryside. The much sought after and unspoilt village of West Stow comprises mostly of period properties spanning the last 600 years and the village is also well known for its reconstructed Iceni Village and visitor centre. The village has lovely walks through the Kings Forest and is situated approximately 5 miles to the north west of Bury St Edmunds and the excellent range of everyday amenities this historic market town has to offer.
Entrance door to :
With single radiator, attractive tiled flooring. Door to :
5.79m (19ft 0in) x 3.76m (12ft 4in)
This delightful reception room has a herringbone-design tiled floor with windows overlooking front gardens and woodland beyond. Large fireplace with oak lintel, raised brick hearth and cast iron canopy, exposed timbers. Two single radiators, television point, fitted shelving. Door to staircase to first floor and wall light points.
3.66m (12ft 0in) x 3.25m (10ft 8in)
Georgian-style glazed doors opening to rear gardens, further windows to front overlooking front gardens, exposed ceiling timbers and double radiator, wall light points.
With quarry tiled flooring and single radiator, useful built-in double wardrobe cupboard with storage cupboards above and part-glazed door to rear garden, telephone point.
3.48m (11ft 5in) x 2.26m (7ft 5in)
The kitchen has been tastefully re-fitted with a range of hand-built waxed pine storage units providing drawer and cupboard space beneath preparation surfaces. Sink unit with drainer and brass period-style mixer tap, space and point for electric cooker, plumbing for washing machine, attractive wall tiling, window offering delightful views to rear gardens, further window to side aspect, pamment tiled flooring, oil-fired boiler supplying central heating system and domestic hot water requirements.
White suite comprising low level W.C, wash hand basin and bath with wooden side panelling, wall and floor tiling, frosted window to rear.
On the 1st Floor
With balustrade and exposed timber.
3.66m (12ft 0in) x 3.28m (10ft 9in)
(into eaves) With window offering wonderful views to rear gardens and meadows beyond. Polished wooden flooring and single radiator.
3.35m (11ft 0in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in)
(into eaves) Window overlooking front gardens and woodland beyond. Single radiator, exposed timber.
2.44m (8ft 0in) x 2.13m (7ft 0in)
(narrowing to 4'3") (into eaves) Window overlooking front gardens, single radiator.
A particular feature of the cottage is the delightful gardens to both front and rear extending in all to approximately 1/4 acre (STS). The cottage is approached along a shingled driveway providing vehicle parking, to the side of which are areas of flowerbeds stocked with numerous flowering plants and shrubs. To the rear of the cottage is a delightful garden laid predominantly to lawn interspersed by a variety of mature trees and shrubs, whilst providing the occupants with a most pleasant degree of privacy. Abutting the rear of the cottage is a paved terrace providing a pleasant seating area and a former wash house built of timber construction beneath a hipped pantiled roof with mains electric and fluorescent strip light.
From Bury St Edmunds proceed north west on the B1106 towards Culford. At the sharp right hand bend bear left towards West Stow. Upon entering the village proceed over the small bridge and turn left onto Icklingham Road where the cottage will be found approximatley a quarter of a mile on the left hand side.
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