The Street, Sweffling, Saxmundham | Asking Price Of, £229,000

An enchanting semi-detached period cottage at the heart of the pretty Suffolk village of Sweffling. The property boasts a wealth of period features including beams, exposed brick flooring and an open fireplace. 2 reception rooms and 2 double bedrooms, kitchen and shower room. Small cottage garden.
An enchanting period semi detached cottage, which lies at the heart of the pretty Suffolk village of Sweffling and within walking distance of the delightful White Horse pub. The Cottage has been featured in various national publication in recent years which reflects the care taken by the current owners to conserve the cottage. There is scope to carry out further work if desired. The property retains many of its original features which include beams, floor bricks and fireplaces. There is a comfortable sitting room and a light and airy second living room/dining room which has French windows leading out to the garden. The kitchen, which is fitted with smart contemporary units, has a high vaulted ceiling and a fireplace with a solid fuel stove. There is a modern shower room on the ground floor and two double first floor bedrooms. There are pretty and manageable cottage gardens to the front and the rear together with a useful log store and a Victorian brick outbuilding at the end of the rear garden. Cottages of this style and character are becoming increasingly difficult to find and we therefore strongly recommend an early internal inspection.

The Cottage is ideally located for access to the Suffolk Heritage Coast, and the nearby market towns of Framlingham and Saxmundham. Framlingham is famous for its ancient castle. It has a market twice a week and excellent shops and restaurants. Saxmundham has a railway station with connecting services to London, Cambridge and Norwich via Ipswich. The town also has a market and both Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets. This part of Suffolk has become synonymous with writers, artists and musicians. There are wonderful galleries and music venues including the world class Snape Maltings Concert hall which is home to the Aldeburgh Festival. Other attractions include nature reserves at RSPB Minsmere, Havergate Island, North Warren and the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold. There are many local golf courses, excellent cycle routes and footpaths for dog walking including the popular open spaces at The Woodland Trust at nearby Pound Farm. There are sailing clubs on the Alde/Ore, Deben and Orwell.

The accommodation comprises

SITTING ROOM 4.55m x 3.40m A front aspect room with casement window and door from the front garden. Lovely brick inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. Exposed beams, original brick floor, wall lights, TV point. Open tread staircase to the first floor. Doors off to the kitchen and living room/dining room.

LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM 7.61m x 2.22mA double aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows and French windows that open to the front garden, vinyl flooring, vaulted ceiling with spot lights, exposed brick work.

KITCHEN 2.97m x 2.94m Fitted with smart white units under laminated work tops. Inset single drainer stainless steel, one and a half bowl sink. Mixer tap, tiled splash backs. Base level cupboards and drawers, wall mounted cabinets and tall larder cupboard to match. Space for tall fridge/freezer, four ring electric ceramic hob, oven beneath. Fireplace with sold fuel stove, electric panel heater, vaulted ceiling with spot lights, door to the shower room and stable door to the garden.

SHOWER ROOM A contemporary white suite comprising a tiled shower cubicle, wash basin with cupboard under and WC. Electric panel heater, vinyl floor, extractor fan, down lighters.


4.48m x 3.91m (max.) A front aspect room with a casement window. Chimney breast with recess to side, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and floor boards. Stairs from the sitting room. Door off to the second bedroom.


4.48m x 2.78m A double aspect room with casement windows, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and floor boards. (This bedroom forms part of the Flying Freehold with next door).

FRONT GARDEN Paved with a brick path, stocked flower beds, secluded seating area. Gate from the street.

REAR GARDEN Enclosed and private, laid with cobbles and planted flower borders. There is a seating area and a Victorian brick built outhouse. A gate provides access to a log store and a second gate gives pedestrain access from The Street.

SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Drainage to a private system.

TENURE Freehold with an area of Flying Freehold
Floorplan for The Street, Sweffling, Saxmundham