At first glance Little Croft’s sitting room beams and inglenook fireplace might make you think it was a 15th century timber framed house.
But, at £385,000, it was only built in 1992 of brick and block with an internal English oak frame. The result is a modern home in Wattisfield with a n unusual character.
The 19ft by 12ft sitting room, dining room and kitchen/breakfast room all have exposed beams and brickwork.
The sitting room’s inglenook has a wood burning stove installed.
The dining room has access to a garden room of wooden glazed construction with double doors to the rear terrace and garden.
The kitechen has light oak fronted units, an inset butler sink and space for large electric range cooker.
It comes with integral dishwasher and fridgeand there is a glazed door to the rear lobby and utility room.
On the first floor, to one side of the galleries landing, is a 14ft by 13ft 5in home office or leisure room.
On the other side of the landing are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The master bedroom is a substantial 18ft 10in by 11ft with an en suite bathroom with a bath, corner shower cubicle and wc.
The second bedroom is about 11ft square and the third is 11f 4in by 7ft 7in.
The house is approached through five bar gate onto a large gravelled driveway which leads to a double garage with power and light and a floor mounted oil fired boiler.
The front garden is well stocked with mature trees and shrubs.
Double gates and paths lead on either side of the house to the rear garden and open onto a large terrace.
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked beds and borders, and trees.
It offers a high degree of privacy and is enclosed by an attractive red brick and flint wall.
The agents are Marshall Buck & Casson in Guildhall Street, Bury St. Edmunds, on 01284 705505