Rectory Road, Middleton, Saxmundham | Asking Price Of, £365,000


An enchanting end of row period cottage which is thought to date from the 18th century. Situated at the heart of this pretty and highly desirable Suffolk village, within a few minutes walk of the village pub. The property has been the recent subject of an extensive programme of sympathetic modernisation with an extension at the rear creating a fabulous open plan kitchen/dining/living space. The large sitting room has a wood burning stove and exposed timbers etc.
1 Rose Cottages is an enchanting end of row period cottage which is thought to date from 18th century. The cottage is situated at the heart of the pretty and highly desirable Suffolk village of Middleton, within a few minutes walk of the village pub. The property has been the recent subject of an extensive programme of sympathetic modernisation and benefits from a contemporary extension at the rear which has created a fabulous open plan kitchen/dining living space that opens out to the long rear garden and enjoys a spectacular view towards the Minsmere River and pasture beyond. The large sitting room also offers a very flexible family space and has a substantial Jotul wood burning stove. There are architectural details in this room that include exposed timbers and brick work, which contrast with the contemporary features in the new part of the cottage. The ground floor cloakroom has be designed so that it will accommodate a shower cubicle if required and there is a first floor family bathroom which serves the three well-proportioned bedrooms. The cottage is double glazed and centrally heated by radiators from an electric-fired boiler. The driveway to the side of the house provides good off street parking and the long garden incorporates a formal entertaining area with a terrace and flower beds, a lawn and wildlife area. At the end of the garden the owners have created a small seating area from which to enjoy the views over the surrounding unspoilt Suffolk countryside and wildlife.

Middleton village has its own pub, farm shop, garage and primary school. There are wonderful walks in this part of Suffolk at Dunwich Heath, Tunstall Forest, Iken Cliff and Blaxhall Common. There are ancient castles to explore at Orford and Framlingham and wonderful nature reserves at RSPB Minsmere, Havergate Island and North Warren. The nearby market town of Saxmundham has both Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets. There are good local shops, pubs restaurants and art galleries within convenient reach by car. The world famous Snape Maltings Concert Hall is another large attraction in the area and is home to the Aldeburgh Festival. There are golf courses at Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Southwold and sailing on the rivers Deben, Alde/Ore and Orwell.

VIEWING By appointment with Jennie Jones Estate Agents 01728 605511

saxmundham@jennie-jones.com www.jennie-jones.com

LOCAL AUTHORITY Suffolk Coastal District Council, East Suffolk House, Station Road, Melton,

Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1RT Tel: 01394 383789

SERVICES Mains water, electricity, and drainage.

EPC

Distance London 110 miles Ipswich 27 miles

Saxmundham 6.4 miles

RSPB Minsmere 4 miles

Southwold 11 miles

Aldeburgh 8.4 miles

Schools Middleton Primary School

Rectory Road. IP17 3NR

Telephone: 01728 648251

Alde Valley High School

Seaward Avenue, Leiston IP16 4BG

Telephone 01728 830570 Railway Station Saxmundham. Station Approach.

Doctor´s surgery 15 Main Street

Leiston IP16 4ES

Telephone 01728 830526

Supermarkets Tesco Saxmundham

Waitrose Saxmundham

Sports centre Leiston Leisure Centre (pool)

Red House Lane. IP16 4LS
Floorplan for Rectory Road, Middleton, Saxmundham