Hamilton Smith - Claydon
- IMPRESSIVE SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE
- SPACIOUS HANDMADE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- PERIOD STYLE BATHROOM
- SASH WINDOWS
- LEDGE & BRACE DOORS
- GAS FIRED HEATING TO RADIATORS
- SECLUDED COTTAGE STYLE GARDEN
- CONVENIENT VILLAGE CENTRE POSITION
- REGULAR BUS SERVICE INTO IPSWICH
This period cottage occupies a prominent position in the heart of this desirable and well served village within easy walking distance to all facilities to hand. Bramford offers village stores and post office, a public house, pharmacy and primary schooling. The county town of Ipswich is approximately three miles distance offering a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities including mainline railway link to London's Liverpool Street. The A14 trunk road offers access in an easterly direction to the A12, Ipswich and Felixstowe and in a westerly direction to Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and onto the Midlands.
This charming village cottage dates from circa. 1700's having recently been extended, re-furbished and re-modelled to provide surprisingly spacious period accommodation with good room sizes throughout and delightful gardens to the rear. The sitting room displays massive red brick inglenook fireplace, new staircase to the first floor with galleried balustrading and handmade period style sash window to the front aspect, the good size kitchen/breakfast room is located to the rear with a good range of handmade cabinets and views over the garden. On the first floor the landing gives access to the two double bedrooms and period style bathroom . The cottage is presented in excellent decorative condition throughout and has modern gas fired heating system. Period bespoke details includes handmade staircase, sash style windows to the front aspect, oak threshold steps and pine ledge & brace doors.
Handmade solid oak panelled entrance door inset lead light, opens to the sitting room with wide oak boarded threshold.
15' 7" x 12' 7" (4.75m x 3.84m) Massive red brick inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam over, brick hearth, staircase to the first floor with decorative balustrading and natural pine handrail, deep alcove, radiator, tv point, wide pine ledge & brace stable door opens to the kitchen/dining room, handmade sash style window to the front aspect.
14' 0" x 11' 8" (4.27m x 3.56m) Kitchen fitted with a generous range of handmade pine cabinets, fitted worktops inset double French ceramic butler style sink with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, built-in AEG fan assisted oven with Miele ceramic hob above, space for low level fridge and freezer, plumbing for washing machine, tall larder/broom cupboard, wall mounted gas fired boiler, inset spotlights, radiator, period style window overlooking the rear garden, wooden panelled door to the rear.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Handmade pine ledge & brace doors, built-in shelved linen cupboard.
15' 2" x 10' 7" (4.62m x 3.23m) Two generous alcoves suitable for wardrobes and dressing table, radiator, chimney breast, handmade sash style window to the front aspect.
10' 8" x 8' 6" (3.25m x 2.59m) Radiator, period style window overlooking the rear gardens.
10' 8" x 5' 0" (3.25m x 1.52m) Traditional white suite comprises steel bath with pine panelling, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin, extensive wall tiling, radiator, window to the rear aspect with clear glass.
The long rear gardens are secluded and established with flowers and shrubs, immediately to the rear of the house there is a clay pamment tile terrace leading to an established lawn, towards the bottom of the garden there is a timber garden store, fenced boundaries, mature evergreen trees, measuring approximately 60 feet in length.
POSTCODE: IP8 4EB
ENERGY RATING: D - 68