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The Causeway, Peasenhall, Saxmundham








1,813 sq ft

168 sq m

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Key features

  • Charming and versatile cottage with a rich history dating back to the mid 1700s
  • Five reception rooms, three with wood burners or open fires, offering plenty of living space
  • Four good-sized double bedrooms, each filled with character and unique features
  • A shower room and a spacious bathroom for convenience
  • Plenty of potential to extend the property if desired, stpp
  • Modern extensions at either side, previously with planning permission for further expansion
  • Situated on the Causeway, set back from the High Street, in a row of characterful properties
  • Bordered by open countryside, providing a peaceful and picturesque setting
  • Off-road parking available for several cars and a generous single garage/workshop
  • Conveniently located near Peasenhall's amenities, with easy access to the A12 for travel to other destinations


ATTIK are delighted to present this charming and versatile property with a rich history believed to date back to the mid 1700s. This quirky cottage offers five reception rooms, four double bedrooms, and a spacious bathroom. It is situated on The Causeway, set back from the High Street, surrounded by characterful properties and open countryside. The property boasts off-road parking for several cars, a single garage with a workshop, and a lovely terraced rear garden. Peasenhall is a popular village with a range of amenities, and the nearby A12 provides easy access to other destinations. Call the team now to view.

The Quirky And Versatile 18Th Century Cottage... - Introducing Honeysuckle Cottage Peasenhall, a truly unique and versatile property that combines the charm of its 18th-century origins with Victorian and more recent extensions. Nestled among characterful properties on The Causeway and bordered by open countryside, this fabulous cottage offers endless possibilities and plenty of space for potential extension.

As you enter from the side into the modern extension, you'll find yourself in the breakfast/boot room, a stunning double-height space with a vaulted ceiling and dual-aspect views. This room has previously had planning permission for further extension upwards. The kitchen, a Victorian addition, features solid wood worktops, base units, a pantry, an original cast iron bread oven, and the boiler. From here, you'll step into the lounge/diner, a captivating space with exposed beams, brickwork, a lovely traditional style wood burner, and original period windows. The dining area leads to a large set of hardwood French doors that open up to the rear of the property, along with the first set of stairs takes you to a bedroom and the bathroom. The sitting room, also in the original building, boasts a recently installed wood burner, another front door, and striking exposed brick and timber details. The music room, located at the rear, provides access to the second set of stairs leading to three bedrooms and a shower room. This area also includes a cloakroom and a vaulted ceiling, double-height utility room, again with the potential for extension. Lastly, on the ground floor, you'll find the snug, a cosy retreat with a wonderful fully functioning cast iron open fireplace. Upstairs, the property offers four generously sized double bedrooms, each showcasing unique character features such as exposed timbers and original stripped doors. The master bedroom is particularly spacious and offers the possibility of incorporating an en-suite if desired.

Outside, Honeysuckle Cottage boasts a good-sized single garage and workshop, along with gated off-road parking for several cars and a storage shed. The brickweave patio spans the width of the cottage, while the terraced rear garden, mainly laid to lawn, has sleeper steps up to the higher levels and provides a tranquil space to enjoy the southerly aspect and the picturesque views of the surrounding open countryside, with the added bonus of the presence of a charming Southwold beach hut at the top of the garden.

Peasenhall is a highly desirable village, conveniently located along the Yoxford to Stowmarket road. It offers a range of shops in its centre as well as a primary school. The nearby A12 provides easy access to Great Yarmouth and London. Should you require more extensive amenities, the market town of Saxmundham, just five miles away, offers a variety of shops including a supermarket and a railway station with direct connections to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich.

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Council Tax Band D


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Band: D
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
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The Causeway, Peasenhall, Saxmundham


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  • Darsham Station3.0 miles
  • Saxmundham Station4.2 miles
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