Cransford, Woodbridge | £499,000


A beautiful three bedroom detached house in a semi-rural location with views over Suffolk countryside. Stunning landscaped garden, double garage and excellent parking; covered veranda; sitting room with fireplace, dining room opens to kitchen/breakfast room, study, cloaks, potential loft conversion
A beautifully presented individual detached house in a semi-rural location with far reaching views over open Suffolk countryside. The property, which is located at the heart of the pretty Suffolk village of Cransford, benefits from a most attractive landscaped rear garden which features a wide veranda that is perfect for outdoor entertaining. There is a good sized in and out driveway, which affords excellent parking and space for a motorhome. The driveway leads to a double garage. The accommodation benefits from underfloor heating on the ground floor with radiators to the first floor rooms. The system is supplied by an oil-fired boiler. The ground floor comprises: an entrance hall and a double aspect sitting room, with an open fireplace and double doors that open out to the veranda and landscaped garden. The separate dining room, which enjoys views of the surrounding countryside, has sliding doors that open to the kitchen allowing for an open plan or closed entertaining space. The kitchen is well-appointed with oak fronted cabinets and drawers. There is a breakfast bar and an integrated dishwasher and fridge plus space for an American fridge/freezer and an electric cooker, for which there is a fitted extractor hood. Appliances such as the washing machine and tumble dryer (not included in the sale) are plumbed into the large, insulated outside utility room. The tiled flooring in the hall and reception rooms extends through into the kitchen, the study and downstairs cloakroom. The study has a large built in cupboard and opens to a rear lobby that in turn opens out to the garden. The first floor features a galleried landing with turned balustrades. The three double bedrooms are well-proportioned. Bedrooms one and two, at the front, enjoy wonderful rural views and each benefits from wall to wall fitted wardrobes. Bedroom three, a double aspect room, overlooks the rear garden. There is a spacious family bathroom which is fitted with a bath and a separate shower cubicle. When the house was built by the previous owner in the early 1990s, the attic was floored and plaster-boarded. A window was set into the gable and electricity and water points were installed. Access to this useful storage space is via a good pull down ladder. Applicants may be interested in exploring the possibilities for converting the loft which has a head height of 1.89 metres.

Cransford is a 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. There are wonderful footpaths and country lanes for cycling in and around the village. The nearby Woodland Trust is a conservationist's haven and extremely popular for nature lovers and dog walkers. There are excellent pubs at the neighbouring villages of Great Glemham, Sweffling and Rendham (where there is a village shop). The nearby ancient town of Framlingham has a thriving market, and an excellent range of local shops for food, fashion and antiques, plus eateries, cafes, teashops pubs and restaurants. There are excellent schools in the state and private sectors: Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School, Thomas Mills High School and Framingham College. There are golf courses at Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Woodbridge; sailing on the rivers Deben, Alde and Orwell and nature reserves at Minsmere, Havergate Island, North Warren and Shingle Street. This part of Suffolk is a haven for writers, artists and musicians. There are many wonderful local art galleries and, of course, the world famous Snape Maltings concert hall which is home to the internationally renown Aldeburgh Festival. Historic features of this area include the ancient castles at Framlingham and Orford and Sutton Hoo which was recently reawakened in the public consciousness by the film The Dig (2020). The nearest railway station is at Saxmundham, about six miles away, where there is a Waitrose and a Tesco supermarket.

EPC = C

SUMMARY OF THE ACCOMMODATION Entrance Hall; Cloakroom; Study 2.17m (extends to2.77m) x 1.82m; Rear Lobby; Sitting Room 5.74m x 3.65m; Dining Room 3.65m x 2.67m; Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.75m x 2.92m; Galleried Landing; Bedroom One 3.66m x 3.07m; Bedroom Two 3.11m x 2.67m; Bedroom Three 3.65m x 2.92m; Bathroom 2.90m x 1.95m; Attic Space 9.50m x 3.20m (at floor level) with height of 1.89m

Double Garage; Outside Utility Room 5.47m x 1.96m;

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 and electricity. Private drainage system
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