4 bedroom detached house for saleThe Street, Pakenham
Sold STC £450,000
- Sitting room with Inglenook
- Dining room/family room
- Superb kitchen breakfast room
- Utility, Shower room
- Four generous bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Driveway, Outbuildings
- Wealth of original features
- Prime village setting
- Beautiful grounds of approximately 0.4 of an acre (s.t.s)
Situated within this highly regarded picturesque village, The Old Brickhouse is a fine Grade II listed which has been beautifully restored and improved over recent years and offers flexible accommodation arranged over three floors, with some delightful original features, complemented by large gardens approaching half an acre (s.t.s).
The ground floor accommodation incorporates a 20th-century single-storey rear extension, and briefly comprises entrance lobby, charming heavily timbered sitting room with inglenook fireplace, wood-burning stove and pamment floors, inner hallway/library area and further delightful reception room/family room with red-brick inglenook fireplace. To the rear of the house is a superb kitchen/breakfast room with modern shaker-style units, brick flooring and lovely views over the gardens. A useful utility/shower room completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor is a lovely double-aspect master bedroom displaying a wealth of exposed timbers, further double bedroom and bathroom, as well as a staircase leading to a second floor with two superb double bedrooms, with exposed red-brick chimney breast and timbers.
The property is accessed from the village road onto a shingle driveway providing ample off-road parking and giving access to a timber-framed garage/outbuilding with adjoining fuel store.
Of particular note are the grounds of the property, which extend to 0.4-acre with attractive landscaped garden area adjoining the kitchen, mature trees, garden office/studio and a large lawn leading to the river which flows through the village.
Situation - The cottage is situated in the centre of this desirable and picturesque village, with its local amenities including stores/post office, village hall, public house,parish church and best known for its two historic mills, a Watermill and Windmill. Pakenham also offers a toddler group, various events throughout the year including wine tasting and the local public house (The Fox) has just been refurbished. Pakenham is situated approximately six miles to the north east of the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds and provides excellent access to the A14 dual carriageway linking the east coast ports, Newmarket, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway.
Directions - When entering Pakenham from the direction of Bury St Edmunds and Great Barton, proceed down The Street where the cottage will be found on the left hand side.
Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating. Council tax band D.
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