Bridge Street, Long Melford, Sudbury, CO10
Guide Price £1,500,000 Freehold
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Traditionally constructed in brick under a tiled roof, Rennat Cottage most likely began its life as one of a pair of 19th century agricultural workers’ cottages. Idyllically situated within a peaceful, friendly, semi-rural hamlet with exceptional views south over the surrounding countryside.
Traditionally constructed in brick under a tiled roof, Rennat Cottage most likely began its life as one of a pair of 19th century agricultural workers cottages. Idyllically situated within a peaceful, friendly, semi-rural hamlet with exceptional views south over the surrounding countryside.
Rennat Cottage offers three bright and airy double bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor with spacious reception rooms on the ground floor. The property is further enhanced by a spectacular landscaped garden with wonderful views over the surrounding fields, a large patio terrace, garage and off-road parking.
Double glazed door and window to front aspect.
Fireplace housing inset log-burning stove. Two double-glazed windows to the rear aspect and double-glazed French doors opening out to the garden patio terrace.
Double-glazed window to the front aspect. Stairs rising to first floor.
Double-glazed window to front aspect. Door leading to Cloakroom / Boot Room. Fitted kitchen with a range of matching wall and base units over areas of work surface. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with tiling to splash-backs. Space for appliances. Integral oven and induction hob with extractor over.
CLOAKROOM / BOOT ROOM:
Double-glazed door leading to garden. Suite comprising low-level WC and vanity wash hand basin.
Stairs rising from dining room. Access to loft. Airing cupboard.
Double-glazed windows to front and side aspects. Large built-in wardrobe.
Two double-glazed windows to front aspect. Large walk-in storage cupboard.
Double-glazed window to rear aspect with views over the garden and wide, open countryside beyond.
Double-glazed window to rear aspect. Suite comprising low-level WC, wash hand basin and freestanding roll-top bath with mixer taps and shower cubicle. Heated towel rail.
The secure rear garden is a truly wonderful sun-trap and features a newly laid patio seating area for dining al fresco, bird-watching and feeling the setting sun on your face.
The remainder is landscaped with gently stepped areas of shingle, shrubs and delightful beds full of colour and texture - silver birch, crabapple and holly all feature.
The garden also has a shed and side, gated access to the garage and shingled driveway. There is also an additional lawned area that is ideal for off-road parking and bin storage.
Located in the heart of Suffolk's rural countryside, the hamlet of Upsher Green is close to the ancient Suffolk Wool Towns of Lavenham, Sudbury and Long Melford with its two Tudor mansions Melford Hall and Kentwell Hall, both of which are open to the public.
The beautiful historic market town and cultural centre of Bury St Edmunds with its historic Cathedral, Abbey Gardens and 21st century Apex Auditorium, as well as the National Trusts Theatre Royal and nearby Ickworth Park is just 16 miles to the north.
The property is located within the local conservation area off a quiet country lane within one of the areas most sought-after locations within walking distance of St Lawrences Parish Church and Old School Wood, a community woodland.
Great Waldingfield (1 mile) is an attractive village with public house, post office/shop and primary school and the delightful Suffolk villages of Boxford, Kersey and Lindsay with their excellent country pubs and local farm shops are all close by.
Great Waldingfield lies about 3 miles north of the historic market town of Sudbury with its comprehensive range of amenities including a commuter rail link to London Liverpool Street. The larger market town of Colchester is approximately 20 miles distant, with its mainline station to London Liverpool Street. Cambridge and Newmarket are all within easy driving distance.
The surrounding Stour Valley - a Special Landscape and Conservation Area - and Dedham Vale are absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks, river walks and numerous country pursuits are quite literally on your doorstep. The whole area has been immortalised by the paintings of Constable and Gainsborough.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Note: None of the services have been tested by the agent.
Babergh District Council
COUNCIL TAX BANDING:
Strictly by appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford. Telephone 01787 326740.
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