Heath Walk, Blaxhall, Woodbridge | Guide Price, £210,000

Open House Saturday 4th August 11am - 12 noon. Semi-detached house with large garden and great potential, in need of general modernisation.Hall, 2 receptions, kitchen cloakroom/utility room, landing, 2 double bedrooms,shower room/bathroom,Driveway with parking in front of the garage,timber workshop.
An established semi detached house with great potential for extension and enhancement (subject to the usual planning consents), situated in a residential close at the heart of the pretty Suffolk village of Blaxhall. The house which is a short walk from the popular village public house: The Ship, is also within close proximity of footpaths which provide access to Blaxhall Common and Tunstall Forest. The house occupies a generous sized plot. There is a mature, private rear garden and a garage and workshop. The accommodation, which would benefit from a programme of modernisation also offers great scope for extension and deserves an early internal inspection. There are two good sized reception rooms and a fitted kitchen plus a useful cloakroom/utility room. There are two double bedrooms and a first floor shower room/bathroom. The property is double glazed and heated by electric storage heaters.

This part of Suffolk is a haven for artists, writers and musicians. Blaxhall is a pretty rural village with a well documented social history which has been recorded in recent years by its own residents and published in an excellent book which features a number of photographs from the early 20th century including Corner Cottage. The village's rural history was celebrated by the writer and village resident George Ewart Evans who published a number of books in the 1960s and 1970s including: The Horse in the Furrow, The Farm and the Village and Ask the Fellows who cut the Hay. His interviews with local villagers in and around Blaxhall have provided us with an important historical record of life in rural Suffolk at the time of the Great War and during the last days of working horses on the land. This cottage is typical of the sort of property Evan's subjects lived in and the construction using materials often gleaned from the land is a reminder of just how hard rural life was for most people until the 1970s. Blaxhall has an excellent pub and is ideally located for access to Orford, Woodbridge, Aldeburgh and the neighbouring village of Snape. Snape Maltings is home to the Aldeburgh Festival. There are wonderful walks across Blaxhall Common and through Tunstall Forest with cycle routes through the village and on to Iken and Orford. The nearest railway station is just two villages away at Campsea Ashe where there is a connecting service to London, Cambridge and Norwich via Ipswich.


3.49m x 3.34m uPVC double glazed window, night storage heater, fitted carpet, coved ceiling, smoke alarm. Archway to the sitting room.


5.32m x 3.85m Front aspect room, uPVC double glazed windows, stone fireplace with electric fire, coved ceiling, fitted carpet, TV point, two night storage heaters, fitted corner cupboard. Telephone point, Sky TV and Terrestrial aerial points


4.22m x 2.72m Fitted with roll edged work surfaces, single drainer one and a half bowl sink, mixer tap and tiled splash backs, cupboard under, base level units and drawers, wall mounted units, tall larder unit, four ring electric ceramic hob, cooker hood, electric oven, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, laminate flooring, night storage heater, double aspect, double glazed uPVC windows overlooking the garden. Stable door to the garden. Telephone on wall. Door to cloakroom/utility room.


2.72m x 1.68m Formerly the family bathroom, with plumbing that could be reconnected to create a ground floor shower room if required. W.C. Space for appliances.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING uPVC double glazed window, electric consumer units, access to roof space, smoke alarm, fitted carpet, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, slatted shelves and immersion heater.


4.19m x 3.35m Double aspect room, uPVC double glazed windows, views of the garden and Suffolk countryside, sealed fireplace, fitted carpet, built in wardrobe.


3.84m x 2.61m Rear aspect uPVC double glazed window, views of the garden and countryside. Fitted wardrobe and vanity unit-not connected.


2.64m x 2.42m max. uPVC double glazed window, easy access shower cubicle, WC, pedestal wash basin, tiled splash backs, medicine cabinet.

OUTSIDE The property is approached via a driveway with parking in front of the garage. There is a lawned front garden which is flanked by established shrubs. Side pedestrian gate leads to the rear garden. Additional off street paring in front of the house.

The rear garden is enclosed, laid to lawn with mature trees including a cherry, walnut and silver birch. There is a paved patio with a brick retaining wall. Timber garden shed.


2.91m x 2.92m


6.35m x 3.89m Remote controlled electrically operated roller shutter door, power connected. Personal door to the garden.

SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity.

There is an1000 gallon underground reservoir for soft water and a pump located in the garage to provide additional water for car washing and gardening. This has not been connected.

TENURE Freehold


VIEWING By appointment with Jennie Jones Estate Agents 01728 605511.

Email: saxmundham@jennie-jones.com
Floorplan for Heath Walk, Blaxhall, Woodbridge