This charming period cottage has been creatively extended to offer considerable accommodation set across three floors. Nestling within a secluded and generously proportioned garden, the property has an area for parking with a shingle path leading down to a terrace and the garage, the gardens have been beautifully planted and maintained and also offers a vegetable area to the far end. Inside, the property has been decorated with a sense of imagination and flair to create both more intimate and cosy areas, along with rooms with a more open and refulgent feeling. The main reception room boasts double doors overlooking the garden, adjacent is a cosier family room offered in warm colours with a stunning feature fireplace. The kitchen diner offers a contemporary feel with a stylish range of units, the ground floor also offers a snug with fire, downstairs shower room/utility and a further study/playroom next to the kitchen. The first floor has the second bedroom and master suite, this comprises of a dressing room or further bedroom, and a large en-suite bathroom. There is easy access to the attic room from the landing which is well-proportioned and offers a double aspect with a gable window and a velux. There is partitioning for an en-suite although this is unfinished as the vendors have now found a property that has caught their eye. Offered in excellent condition throughout and set in beautiful grounds we feel this is a “must see” for those looking for a home with heart.
Linstead is a popular village set nearly mid-way between Halesworth and Harleston. Both of these Georgian market towns offers excellent shopping facilities with a good selection of independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The area has some beautiful walks in the surrounding country lanes, with some cosy public houses in reach at Fressingfield, Rumburgh and Laxfield. Heading East takes you to the Heritage Coast with some great destinations for day trips from Kessingland down to Aldeburgh. Heading North will take you to Beccles which is set on the Norfolk Broads with several boat hire businesses giving you access to over 100 miles of picturesque waterways. By Car the A143 leading to Bury St Edmunds and the A12 give access out of the county. The train Station at Halesworth leads to Ipswich where there is a connecting service to London Liverpool Street.