Peasenhall, Saxmundham | Guide Price, £350,000

A charming Grade II terraced cottage in the centre of this popular village with a wealth of characteristic features being in exceptionally good order. Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Shower Room, Basement/Study, 2 Bedrooms. Delightful Cottage Garden with two artists studios.
This charming Grade II listed terraced cottage is located in the heart of the sought after Suffolk village of Peasenhall and offers a wealth of character. Part of a former village ale house the cottage has been sympathetically restored and the current owners have maintained it in outstanding decorative order. Currently occupied as a full time home the cottage is also worthy of consideration as a wonderful country retreat and thus, earliest viewing is essential.

A solid oak door opens into the porch which leads into the sitting room which is an excellent main reception room with inglenook fireplace housing log burner, Georgian display cupboard to side, brick floor and an array of ceiling timbers and wall studs. Off the sitting room is the dining room with further exposed studs and timbers, a timber floor and stairs to the first floor. Stairs lead down from the sitting room to the basement which has been tanked and is dry, currently used as a study but has the potential to be extra sleeping accommodation if required. At the rear of the property on the ground floor is a lobby with door to outside, kitchen with deep glazed butler sink with timber drainer and slate worksurface. Shower room with glazed and tiled shower cubicle, wash basin, WC and fitted cupboards. On the first floor the landing has an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and the main bedroom, a good double, is dual aspect with field views, timber floor and exposed brickwork and studs. Likewise the second bedroom has exposed studs and rural views to the rear. Outside at the rear of the property is a pretty, small enclosed courtyard with raised seating area and a walk way leads past a pair of outbuildings belonging to the cottage, one a garden shed with light and power, the other for fuel storage with light. A private gate leads to the wonderful cottage garden which is a major feature being laid to lawn with well stocked borders and backing on to fields and at the bottom of the garden is a shingled area ideal for sitting out and a pair of timber outhouse, both being used as artists studios with power connected.

The sought after village of Peasenhall's High Street which has an excellent village shop, Emmets the renowned delicatessen, 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