Revamped detached home in Rattlesden has much to offer

Lidgate House, Rattlesden ANL-140929-102904001
Lidgate House, Rattlesden ANL-140929-102904001
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Lidgate House is an individual and superbly presented detached chalet style home.

The property, in Rattlesden, presents painted brick elevations under a tiled roof, with accommodation arranged over two floors.

Lidgate House, Rattlesden ANL-140929-102919001

Lidgate House, Rattlesden ANL-140929-102919001

The accommodation extends to approximately 1,550 sq. ft. and has over the past couple of months undergone an extensive refurbishment and modernisation programme by the current owners, and offers flexible accommodation.

Of particular note is the triple aspect sitting room commanding spectacular views over the garden.

Also of note is the L-shape kitchen/breakfast room, which has an extensive range of wall and base units, space for dishwasher and cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine there is also a double Hotpoint oven with induction hob over.

A door from the kitchen leads out to rear terrace and garden beyond. The ground floor also comprises a bedroom and study/bedroom, downstairs bathroom and separate cloakroom.

Lidgate House, Rattlesden ANL-140929-102933001

Lidgate House, Rattlesden ANL-140929-102933001

From the hall the staircase leads up to the first floor landing where there are two good sized bedrooms both with storage cupboards and a separate family bathroom.

Lidgate House is approached over a shared driveway giving access to a brick paved parking area.

At the front of the property there is a large expanse of lawn and interspersed with mature trees and shrubs.

A path leads to the front door which continues round to the rear of the property.

The rest of the garden is predominately laid to lawn with a wonderful walnut tree to the rear.

There is also a terrace area, which is ideal for barbecues and alfresco dining.

The garden provides wonderful views over the village of Rattlesden and neighbouring countryside beyond.

In all the plot amounts to approximately 0.32 acres (sts).

Rattlesden is a highly regarded Suffolk village and offers a good range of amenities including two public houses, a post office and shop, popular primary school, modern village hall and attractive parish church.

There are further facilities available in Woolpit including a Co-op supermarket, doctor’s surgery, tennis club and cricket club and linked to the A14 which in turn leads to Bury St Edmunds to the west and Stowmarket to the east.

It is £399,950.

To book a viewing or for more details, contact Lacy Scott & Knight on 01449 612384.