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For Sale 3 Bed Cottage - Detached

Grimstone End, Pakenham
£445,000 Guide Price

Property Details

  • Boot room
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room with woodburner
  • Well equipped kitchen
  • Three comfortable bedrooms
  • Shower room
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Generous gardens
  • Beautifully presented accommodation
  • Fabulous quiet lane setting
This outstanding detached 19th century cottage offers beautifully arranged accommodation complemented by delightful gardens and a fabulous setting, within an extremely sought after location in a highly regarded village location.

In more recent years, the cottage has been meticulously restored and sympathetically extended, resulting in a wonderful home full of character and providing immaculately presented accommodation possessing a homely atmosphere and in brief comprising: traditional stable door opening to a boot room with door leading to a well equipped kitchen, fitted with an excellent range of units beneath wooden preparation surfaces with space for appliances. Stairs off to first floor with under stairs cupboard. Window to front. Opening to a spacious dining room with door and window to front, fireplace with wood burning stove, and window to front. The sitting room is a delightfully light and airy reception with two sets of French doors opening to the gardens and exposed feature brick and flint wall.

On the first floor is a landing, three comfortable bedrooms, stylish shower room and en-suite bathroom.

Outside
The cottage is approached through a pair of five bar gates open to a gravel driveway leading to the rear of the property, providing extensive vehicle parking and turning space with space for a cart lodge garage (subject to planning permission). The generous gardens are a lovely feature being mostly laid to lawn with terrace ideal for outdoor seating. There are well stocked flower beds containing numerous plants, shrubs and maturing trees and fencing.


Situation
The cottage is beautifully situated along a quiet lane in the small and well regarded hamlet of "Grimstone End", located a stone’s through from the historic village Water Mill and within easy reach of the picturesque village centre. Pakenham is a charming and unspoilt village with a thriving local community and amenities including a village shop/post office, village hall, public house and church. Pakenham is also best known as the "village of two mills" with its working Windmill and Watermill. Pakenham is situated only 5 miles from the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds with its excellent range of schooling, shopping and cultural facilities.


Directions
From Bury St Edmunds proceed north east on the A143 towards Diss. Upon reaching Ixworth turn right towards Pakenham and the Watermill. Follow the lane into Grimstone End, where the cottage will be found on the right hand side.


Services
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating. Council tax band C.


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