Peasenhall, Saxmundham | £280,000

A lovely Grade II listed end of row cottage which has a garage, garden and courtyard. There are two bedrooms plus a mezzanine beneath a vaulted ceiling above bedroom 1. Two reception rooms, fitted kitchen, first floor bathroom, wood burner and oil fired CH. Close to amenities, ideal for the coast.
1 Malt House Cottages is a beautiful and deceptively spacious Grade II listed end terrace cottage which lies at the very heart of the well served Suffolk village of Peasenhall, within a short walk of the amenities and the Sibton White Horse public house. The cottage, has great character and charm and boasts a wealth of exposed oak beams and timber framing. The accommodation has been sympathetically extended to provide a delightful kitchen which is fitted with bespoke handmade units. There is a sitting room with a fireplace and wood burning stove. The dining room has, in the past been used as a third bedroom. The first floor features a dramatic master bedroom with a high vaulted ceiling and mezzanine level which is presently used as a bunk sleeping area, but this could also be employed as a useful study/workspace. The second bedroom is well proportioned and the bedrooms are served by an attractive bathroom which features a roll top bath. The property has lovely oak flooring and is centrally heated by oil fired radiators. There is secondary glazing to the windows at the front. 1 Malt House Cottages benefits from its own garage and a lawned cottage garden beyond the driveway.

Peasenhall is a well served and pretty Suffolk village which is ideally located for access to the Suffolk Heritage Coast and the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold, as well as the ancient market town of Framlingham which is famous for its historic castle. The village has its own post office and shop, a butchers, delicatessen and tea rooms. The Sibton White Horse pub and restaurant lies within walking distance. There are nature reserves at Minsmere, Havergate Island and Shingle Street, golf courses at Aldeburgh, Halesworth and Hinton and sailing on the rivers Deben and Aldeburgh. The world famous Snape Maltings Concert Hall lies within convenient reach by car and is home to the internationally renowned Aldeburgh Festival.

SITTING ROOM 12'9" x 11'9" (3.89m x 3.58m) A front aspect room with secondary glazed sash window. Oak front door. Polished oak flooring. An attractive open fireplace with carved mantelpiece and surround. Multi fuel stove. TV point. Pine panel door opens to the staircase which leads to the first floor landing and door opens to the kitchen/breakfast room.

DINING ROOM/BEDROOM 3 9'11" x 9'11" (3.02m x 3.02m) Presently used as a dining room but used by a previous owner as a third bedroom. Front aspect sash window with secondary glazing. Feature Victorian fireplace. Radiator. Polished oak flooring. Airing cupboard with wood slatted shelving and oil fired boiler serving the central heating and domestic hot water supply. Central heating thermostat.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Measured in two areas of 10'5" x 5'4" plus 13'7" x 7' (3.18m x 1.62m) plus 4.14m x 2.13m) A lovely kitchen with handcrafted units under oak worktops with single drainer one and a half bowl sink in stainless steel with mixer taps and cupboards under. Plumbing for washing machine and plumbing for dishwasher. Electric cooker point. Space for fridge. Radiator. Oak flooring. Cooker hood. Down lighters. Rear aspect casement window and stable door which opens to the rear courtyard. Useful walk-in Pantry understairs with fitted shelves and exposed brick floor.

FIRST FLOOR The staircase lead to

BEDROOM 1 13'8" x 11'11" (4.17m x 3.63m) A dramatic vaulted ceiling with exposed oak timber framing and beams. Radiator. Painted floorboards. Front aspect sash window. Metal sculptured ladder staircase leads to the mezzanine which forms a useful bunk/study area with illuminated ceiling and fitted carpet. Exposed brick chimney. Pine balustrades.

MEZZANINE measures 10'10" x 14' maximum which is taken at floor level (3.30m x 4.27m)

LOBBY with pine ledged doors to bedroom 2 and the bathroom. Smoke detector. Exposed studwork. Painted floorboards.

BEDROOM 2 10'2" x 8'4" (3.10mx 2.54m) A front aspect room with secondary glazed sash window. Exposed beams. Radiator. Painted floorboards.

BATHROOM 7'8" x 7'4" (2.34m x 2.24m) White suite with roll top bath. Low-level W.C. Wash hand basin with mixer taps. Oak floorboards. Exposed beams and studwork. Extractor fan. Radiator. Rear aspect window.

GARAGE 17'8" x 11' (5.38m x 3.35m) A good sized garage with potential to convert to a studio/workroom with power connected. Up-and over door and personal door at the back. Windows.

GARDEN AND OUTSIDE SPACES Immediately behind the cottage is a delightful paved and enclosed courtyard which provides a wonderful breakfast/seating area with an attractive brick garden wall, outside lighting, trellis work and oil storage tank with a gate which leads to a footpath/right of way. Beyond the garage and driveway is a cottage garden which extends to over 60 feet in depth, is enclosed with fencing and a picket gate. Laid mainly to lawn with a garden path, flower borders, and established shrubs.

There are rights for vehicular access to the back of the property for this cottage and its neighbour and a pedestrian footpath between the garage and the enclosed courtyard providing pedestrian access to the neighbouring properties.


By appointment with Jennie Jones Estate Agents 01728 605511 www.jennie-

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

Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1RT .Tel: 01394 383789

SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity.
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