Peasenhall, Saxmundham | Guide Price, £300,000


A charming Grade II listed terraced cottage in good order with 3 bedrooms located in the heart of the sought after Suffolk village of Peasenhall. The property has been well maintained and is conveniently located for the village shop and delicatessen,

This charming Grade II listed terraced cottage is located in the heart of the sought after Suffolk village of Peasenhall. The property has been well maintained by the current owners offering accommodation over two floors and is conveniently located for the village shop and delicatessen, currently occupied as a full time residence the cottage would seemingly also be worthy of consideration as an excellent holiday bolthole and thus earliest viewing is strongly recommended. The comfortable lounge has secondary double glazing and there is a fireplace with surround and mantelpiece. Walk through to the kitchen dining room which has a range of fitted units with worksurface having stainless steel sink inset. Wine rack. Split level cooker with 4 ring hob and separate eye level double oven. Built in dishwasher and tiled floor. Off this is the useful utility lobby with tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine and door to garden. The ground floor bathroom has tiled walls with panelled bath having shower over and shower screen. Wash basin with cupboard under and close coupled WC. On the first floor the landing has an airing cupboard, bed 1 at the front has built in wardrobe cupboards and there are two further bedrooms. Outside the rear garden is a major feature of the property and split in to two sections The first part has a patio with raised circular flower bed and the garden is laid to lawn with a summerhouse. An archway leads through to a further good sized garden laid to lawn with borders and at the bottom is a shingled area with timber garden shed.
The property is situated in the sought after village of Peasenhall's High Street which has an excellent village shop, Emmets the renowned delicatessen, an award winning Butchers and a tea shop. The village hall is frequently used for various events such as film nights and the adjoining village of Sibton has the White Horse public house which offers an extensive menu. Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets can be found at the market town of Saxmundham which also has a railway station which offers a service via Ipswich to London Liverpool Street in about 2 hours. Attractions of the East Suffolk Heritage Coast are all within driving distance and include the RSPB sanctuary at Minsmere, golfing and sailing at the historic coastal towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh (the latter being home to the internationally famous music festival).
Floorplan for Peasenhall, Saxmundham