Sitting room with Inglenook and wood burning stove
Fabulous "live in" kitchen dining room
Master bedroom, three further bedrooms
En-suite to one of the bedrooms, family bathroom
Delightful gardens with church views
Enviable village green setting ideal for children
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This charming period home provides sympathetically extended and much improved accommodation complemented by delightful gardens boasting church views, whilst enjoying a splendid setting in the heart of the village on the green. With origins dating back to the 17th Century, this delightful Grade II listed home retains many original features including exposed studwork and timbers, Suffolk Latch doors and a fine Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove coupled with superb modern kitchen and bathrooms.
The charming and particularly well presented accommodation possesses a light and airy atmosphere and currently in brief comprises; entrance door opening to Reception Hall: With stairs off to first floor and door to Cloakroom: With WC and wash basin. Study: With window to side. Kitchen/Dining Room: This wonderful "live in" reception is fitted with a traditional style kitchen with oak work surfaces, attractive flagstone flooring and central preparation island unit.
The kitchen also incorporates a large red brick fireplace with oak lintel, useful utility area, three roof light windows and dual aspect French windows to gardens. Sitting Room: A charming reception room with inglenook fireplace providing wood burning stove, exposed timbers and window to front enjoying views across the village green. Door to Playroom: With window overlooking gardens and door to reception hall.
On the first floor is the spacious landing leading to the Master Bedroom with large walk in wardrobes, exposed timbers and timber floor, with a window enjoying views across the village green. The three further bedrooms are all of a good size, one with en-suite shower room and an elegant family bathroom with roll top bath, separate shower enclosure and heated towel rail completes the accommodation.
A well-proportioned enclosed lawned garden with patio area and a shingled drive area providing vehicle parking. There is also a decked courtyard area accessed via the dining room. Plenty of maturing shrubs and trees and two good size timber garden stores.
One of most attractive features of Apple Tree Cottage as a whole, is the magnificent outlook, the property is set in the middle of Church Green which provides a large playing field in the centre of the village whilst enjoying a backdrop of the historic village church.
The property enjoys an enviable setting situated on the picturesque Church Green in the heart of the village. Finningham has local amenities including a village inn and parish church and the nearby villages of Bacton and Gislingham, provide an excellent range of local facilities. The market town of Bury St Edmunds is situated approximately 15 miles distant and the market town of Stowmarket has a main line rail link to Londons Liverpool Street Station.
When entering Finningham from the direction of Walsham Le Willows, turn left at the cross roads opposite the White horse pub onto the Wickham Road. Continue along for a short distance until reaching a private lane leading to Church Green on the left.
Mains electricity, water and sewers. Calor gas for hob and oil fired heating. Council tax band D.
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