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Sold 4 Bed Cottage

Assington Road, Newton, Sudbury
£315,000 Guide Price

Property Details

  • Well presented detached cottage
  • Offered finished to an exceptional high standard
  • An abundance of character
  • Striking vaulted sitting room with feature fireplace
  • Delightful dining room
  • Ground floor master bedroom with en-suite wet room
  • Further ground floor bedroom or additional reception room
  • Charming vaulted family bathroom
  • Two first floor double bedrooms
  • Delightful gardens and off road parking
A beautifully presented detached period cottage which is Grade II Listed and has origins dating back to the 18th Century. The property is constructed of a superb heavy timber frame with plaster rendering and has been extended to provide wonderful additional accommodation that molds splendidly alongside the original dwelling. The charming cottage boasts delightful rooms that offer a wealth of character to include an abundance of exposed beams and stud work, including a stunning vaulted sitting room, and the brick inglenook fireplace just adds to this charm. This character has not been over looked in the modern extension and the accommodation offered is more contemporary with features such as bakelite switches, cast iron radiators and oak flooring and doors. The property has recently undergone further work to include the sole plate being replaced where needed and in 2015 the thatch was re-ridged, dressed and rewired. The house is offered to a high standard throughout and we highly recommend an internal inspection.

Accommodation
The accommodation in brief comprises wooden front door to entrance hall which provides a useful recess for coats and shoes, opening through to the sitting room (13'10" x 12'2") a stunning room with high vaulted beamed ceiling and galleried landing, splendid inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam, steel canopy and brick hearth, wooden stairs to first floor, exposed floor boards and open stud work. This leads through to the dining room (13'10" x 10;6") which once again exudes a feeling of warmth and charm with its exposed floorboard, beamed ceiling and exposed wall timbers. The handmade bespoke kitchen (13'10" x 13'5" max) offers quality wall and base units with inset butlers sink and wooden work surfaces and molded drainer and under counter lighting. The programmable oil fired Rayburn provides central heating and hot water and is aesthetically very appealing and fits in wonderfully with the character of the room. Space for fridge freezer and plumbing for washing machine. A stable door leads to the rear garden and a second door leads to the family bathroom (10'2" x 7'3"). An enchanting room with exposed timbers to the walls and vaulted ceiling, brick flooring and refitted with a white suite comprising roll top free standing bath, vanity wash basin and low level wc and a heated towel rail and radiator. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Both the master bedroom, en-suite and second bedroom are situated on the ground floor making the property very versatile. The generous master bedroom (13'1" x 12'2" plus hallway) is a light and airy room with windows to both front and side aspects. Wooden door leads to the well presented modern wet room with designated shower area, low level wc and wash hand basin. The room benefits from tiled walls and flooring with under floor heating. Heated towel rail.

First Floor landing
An attractive characterful area with restricted headroom. Doors, with restricted height, lead off to both double bedrooms (13'1" x 10'6" and 13'1" x 11'1" max) which both offer vaulted timbered ceilings and exposed floorboards; charming rooms ideal for occasional guests or older children.


Outside
A large gravelled area to the front of the property provides an excellent parking for several vehicles and is enclosed by post and chain link. The property benefits from both a personal pedestrian gate and double wooden gates leading to the enclosed gardens. The property is flanked by hedging and enclosed by wooden fencing. A large gravelled area provides an ideal space for outdoor seating and entertaining with its feature brick well and to one side storage sheds. A brick wall and steps lead up to the main lawned area with flower borders. There is access to all sides of the property with the oil tank situated discreetly to one side.


Situation
Newton is a popular village close to the well served market town of Sudbury and offers a delightful mixture of old and new properties. The village centres around the Green, which now houses the local Golf Club. Villagers of Newton have certain free playing rights on the original nine holes of the course, built originally for the villagers; full eighteen hole Membership and Green fees are available. The village is still served by a popular public house and traditional Church. Further shopping, recreational and leisure facilities can be found nearby in Sudbury, along with the main train line through to London and Colchester.


Services
Mains electric and water, oil fired central heating and septic tank


Direction
From Sudbury proceed south east on the A134. Upon reaching Newton pass the Green on your right and proceed out of the village. When reaching the sign for Mander Auctions turn right onto the road leading towards this, where the property will be found in front of you marked by a Sheridans For Sale board.


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