Sitting room with inglenook fireplace and multi fuel burner
Exposed beams throughout
Contemporary kitchen & utility room
Downstairs shower room & upstairs bathroom
Stunning field views to the front
Fenced rear garden with access to driveway
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This charming cottage is believed to date back to approximately 1850; it has a wealth of period features and exposed beams, a sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, a dining room, contemporary kitchen with separate utility room, downstairs shower room, generous master bedroom, two further bedrooms, family bathroom upstairs, front and rear garden and a garage. An extension was added to the property in approximately 2010, by the previous vendors.
In brief the property consists of door into the hallway with wood effect flooring, door into the cosy sitting room with a feature inglenook fireplace and multi fuel burner. There are exposed beams and a window to the front with views over the garden and field views beyond.
Door leads through to the dining room which is another delightful room with an inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and a useful under stairs storage cupboard. There are two windows overlooking the rear garden. The modern kitchen has a range of wall and base units with worktops over, a sink, space for an electric cooker with an extractor. There is tiled flooring and a window offering views of the garden. The separate utility room has a window to the side, stable door into the garden and space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a tall fridge/freezer. Door leads through toe downstairs bathroom with a shower, wash basin with vanity unit, WC and window to the side.
Stairs ascend from the hall to the first floor landing which is split level with a window to the side and rear and exposed beams. The large, bright master bedroom has two windows to the front offering views over the front garden, exposed beams and benefits from a built in wardrobe and a built in cupboard. The second bedroom has a window to the rear, exposed beams, a built in wardrobe and a storage cupboard. The third bedroom has a window to the side and partly sloping ceiling. The well presented family bathroom has a bath, wash hand basin, WC and a velux window
The front garden has a fence with a gate and a stepping stones path leading to the front door. It is mainly laid to lawn with flower beds and a mature hedge to one side. The rear garden is fenced and there are two gates, one leads to the access road and one onto the driveway in front of the garage. There is a patio area in the garden and the oil tank is located to the side of the garage together with a log store. There is an access road to the driveway to the left of the property and a small car could park on the driveway in front of the single garage.
Hepworth is a popular village providing convenient access to well-served local villages and amenities. It is situated approximately 13 miles to the north east of Bury St Edmunds and it's excellent range of everyday facilities that this historic market town has to offer. Diss can be found approximately 12 miles to the north east and provides further facilities and rail links.
Taking the A143 from Bury St Edmunds towards the direction of Diss, you pass through the village of Stanton and you then take a left turning towards the village of Hepworth. The property is located on The Street on the right hand side and is marked with a Sheridans board.
There is electric, water and oil fired central heating. St Edmundsbury council tax band C.
The cottage is to all intent and purposes a detached property. However at the front right of the property there are is a section of low brick work which is attached to the neighbours house to the right.
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