Residential

The Old Post Office, Redgrave
The Old Post Office, Redgrave

As the name suggests, The Old Post Office at Redgrave once had a working life.

But the grade II listed 16th century building has been beautifully restored and renovated to create a 2,500sq ft, five-bderoomed family home.

The Old Post Office, Redgrave

The Old Post Office, Redgrave

At £420,000, it retains period features, such as the exposed beams and brickwork, but has many modern features, including a water softening system.

The substantial drawing room has an inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove, oak floor boards and shuttered front windows.

The kitchen base units, have granite work surfaces and there is a large matching central island.

The kitchen opens into the dining room, from which it is partially separated by open studwork. It has a red brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a pamment hearth.

The Old Post Office, Redgrave

The Old Post Office, Redgrave

The large tanked and lined cellar features a brick floor and is currently used as a gym, but would be useful for many purposes including a games/cinema room.

The ground floor also has a shower room.

On the first floor there is a large light and airy landing leading to three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

There are two more bedrooms on the second floor ,with vaulted ceilings. One has a range of fitted shelving and is currently used as a study.

The other is fitted with a wardrobe and shelving and has access to attic storage.

Outside, there is asmall front garden enclosed by a dwarf red brick wall and wrought iron railings.

The nautically themed rear gardens have a lawn, well stocked beds, and a mosaic of a ship’s compass rose

Its lit decking and paved terrace are ideal for alfresco dining.

There are twin garages with parking and a storage room overthe garage.

The agents are Jackson_Stops in Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, on 01284 700535 and burystedmunds@jackson-stops.co.uk