4 bedroom detached house for sale

Potters Street, Theberton

£525,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached 4 bed house thought to date from the 19th century with later additions
  • reception hall
  • 3 reception rooms
  • kitchen/breakfast room
  • conservatory
  • bathroom and separate WC
  • double garage and freezer/tack rom
  • range of outbuildings and main paddock
  • pasture and gardens are a lovely feature of the property
  • oil-fired central heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This detached four bedroom house is thought to date from the 19th century with later extensions. Occupying a plot believed to extend to 2.8 acres (sts), the property benefits from 2 areas of pasture and a very useful range of outbuildings which include a double garage, two looseboxes and a detached brick timber barn which has potential for conversion to a studio or ancillary accommodation (subject to the usual planning consents). The accommodation which is centrally heated by oil-fired radiators, offers great versatility and potential for modernisation and development. The pasture and gardens are lovely features of this property which abuts established woodlands and is a haven for local wildlife. The property is ideally located for access to Minsmere and the RSPB bird reserve.

Theberton has its own pub and there are stunning walks and cycle routes in this area which has become a haven for nature lovers. The neighbouring village Eastbridge also benefits from a popular pub, the Eels Foot Inn with walks to beautiful unspoilt beaches through open countryside. There are further beaches at Walberswick and Dunwich and the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold lie within convenient reach by car. The nearest railway station is at Darsham with direct and connecting services to London Liverpool Street station. Saxmundham benefits from its own railway station and a Waitrose supermarket with excellent local shops. There are fine local shops at both Aldeburgh and Leiston. Leiston has a sports centre and swimming pool together with an excellent museum which celebrates the town's proud industrial heritage. Other attractions in this part of Suffolk include the world famous Snape Maltings Concert Hall which is home to the internationally renowned Aldeburgh Festival, the golf courses at Thorpeness and Aldeburgh, sailing on the rivers Alde and Deben and ancient castles and Framlingham and Orford.  

The accommodation comprises  

ENTRANCE PORCH Front door. Window. Quarry tiled floor. Door to the hall.  

RECEPTION HALL  

5.44m x 2.93m Laminate flooring. Staircase to first floor landing. Wall light point. Central heating thermostat. Radiator. 

STUDY  

2.62m x 1.93m A double aspect room. Fitted shelves. Carpet. Radiator.

The study is presently used as a store room. 

CLOAKROOM Low level W.C. Wash hand basin. Radiator. Laminate floor.  

SITTING ROOM  

8.12m x 3.82m A rear aspect room with French windows to the conservatory. Two radiators. Wall light point. Carpet. Brick fireplace and log store. Hardwood mantelpiece. TV point. Recess with fitted bookshelves.  

DINING ROOM  

4.53m x 2.27m A double aspect room overlooking the garden and pasture beyond. Radiator. Carpet. Door to kitchen/breakfast room.  

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM  

4.52m x 4.36m A double aspect room overlooking the garden. Roll edge laminated worktop surfaces. Double bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and tiled splashbacks. Drinking water tap, Base level units in light oak with matching wall mounted cupboards. Four ring electric hob. Double oven beneath. Plumbing for dishwasher. Camray oil-fired boiler. Fitted shelving. Built-in broom cupboard with water softener, shelves, electric fuses and meters. Built-in Pantry with space for fridge/freezer, shelf and vinyl floor. 

ALUMINIUM FRAMED CONSERVATORY  

5.49m x 2.46m With sliding patio door to the garden. Tiled floor.  

FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING Turned balustrades. Radiator. Access to roof space. Large airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and wood slatted shelving. Smoke alarm. 

BEDROOM ONE  

4.85m x 3.91m A double aspect room overlooking the garden and pasture beyond. Radiator. Shower cubicle. Fitted wardrobes. 

BEDROOM TWO  

4.06m x 3.71m A rear aspect room with views of the garden and pasture beyond. Radiator. Carpet. Built-in wardrobe. Vanity enclosed washbasin.  

BEDROOM THREE  

3.94m x 3.11m A rear aspect room with views of the garden and pasture beyond. Radiator. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splashbacks. Fitted wardrobe and carpet.  

BEDROOM FOUR  

3.08m x 2.96m A double aspect room with vanity wash hand basin. Fitted carpet. Radiator.  

BATHROOM Panel enclosed bath with mixer tap shower attachment. Shower screen. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Vinyl floor. Heated towel rail. 

SEPARATE W.C. With low-level W.C. Radiator. Vinyl floor.  

OUTSIDE The property is approached via a farm gate and a pea shingle driveway leads to the garage and stables. The driveway affords good parking for cars, trailers etc.  

DOUBLE GARAGE  

5.87m x 5.34m extends to 7.02m maximum 5.87m x 5.34m 7.02m Two up-and-over doors. Light and power connected. 

FREEZER/TACK ROOM  

3.40m x 1.59m  

Power and water connected.  

LOOSE BOX ONE  

6.00m x 2.50m  

LOOSE BOX TWO  

6.00m x 2.15m Beyond the loose boxes is an area of paddock and a LARGE BARN which are to be retained by the owners and excluded from the sale.

Behind the loose boxes are a Chicken Run and Low Barn with space to store a large lawn mower or small tractor.

The garden is laid mainly to lawn interspersed with established trees and mature shrubs with a soft fruit cage and a wide patio area.  

BRICK AND TIMBER BARN  

plus HAY LOFT 4.90m x 3.78m 4.18m x 8.80m A brick and timber barn beneath a pantile roof with potential to convert, subject to the usual planning consent. The Barn presently houses an oil tank and also incorporates a UTILITY ROOM in which there is sink with space and plumbing for washing machines and driers. 

THE MAIN PADDOCK Is partially fenced with post and railings fronted by a ditch and hedges and accessed via a five bar metal gate. There is a smaller area of pasture which is enclosed by simple post and rails and abuts woodland. There is a natural pond with established trees including a willow.  

EPC RATING - F  

SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Drainage to a private system.  

TENURE Freehold  

THIS PROPERTY Proposals exist to build park and ride sites and a workers campus, as well as make road and rail improvements, to service construction of the proposed new Sizewell C power station. Whilst no decisions have been made on the power station or the exact location and details of the facilities or improvements, public consultation is continuing. Further information go to: http://sizewell.edfenergyconsultation.info  

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Added on Rightmove:
21 November 2016

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01728 571025 Local call rate

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