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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Sale Agreed

Withdrawn from Market £200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Inner Hallway
  • Bathroom
  • Gardens
  • Off Road Parking
  • Open Fireplace

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An semi detached cottage of Victorian origin arranged on two floors to provide two bedrooms, first floor bathroom, sitting room with open fireplace, kitchen and study/store room, all occupying gardens extending to about 1/5th acre (subject to survey) and situated in a pretty rural setting amidst open country side adjacent to a minor lane leading only to Washbrook Church.

Church Lane lies on the outskirts of the village and at its centre is a country inn. Washbrook lies about 3 miles to the west of the county town Ipswich, approximately 7 miles from the market town Hadleigh and handy for the A12 Trunk Road providing fast access to Colchester. Main line rail links from both Ipswich and Colchester access London's Liverpool Street Station.

Built we believe in the late 1800's, the property is of solid wall construction presenting brick elevations under a pitched roof clad mainly with slates and part under a flat felt roof. It benefits from some night storage heating.  

The accommodation is as follows:  


Gothic Style door to:  

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 12ft 9in x 9ft narrowing at the chimney breast, window overlooking the side garden, stainless steel single drainer sink with cupboards under, fitted work surfaces; some with cupboard and drawers beneath, down flow convector heater, under stairs storage cupboard, door to staircase hallway and additional door to: 

Study/Store Room  

with window to side. 8ft 8in x 4ft 9in  

Staircase Hallway With staircase rising to first floor, door to: 

Sitting Room 10ft 9in widening to either side of the chimney breast x 11ft with dual aspect windows overlooking the gardens and offering extensive rural views beyond, exposed ceiling timbers, tiled open hearth place, night storage heater, telephone point. 


Landing With door to main bedroom and access to: 

Inner landing With airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater serving domestic hot water, further doors accessing the second bedroom and bathroom. 

Bedroom 1 11ft 3in x 12ft 3in narrowing at the chimney breast, high pitched ceiling, night storage heater and built in wardrobe. 

Bedroom 2 10ft 5in x 9ft with dual aspect windows overlooking the garden, night storage heater. 

Bathroom with white suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surround, pedestal wash basin, low level w.c., radiator, down flow convector heater, window to side. 

OUTSIDE A shared gravel drive provides access to the front dwelling. A pair of wrought iron gates opens up from the drive leading into the gardens which are laid mainly to lawn, bounded in part by clipped hedging.  

Brick and timber outbuilding.  


Mains electricity. Private bore water supply shared in conjunction with the neighbouring two properties and tested manually.

Private drainage system shared in conjunction with the neighbouring two properties. 

Viewing Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors agents. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
22 June 2016

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