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Charming cottage in sought after Horringer

The Street, Horringer ANL-151201-170653001
The Street, Horringer ANL-151201-170653001

The Old House is a delightful Grade II listed thatched property, formerly two cottages and nestling within the heart of Horringer.

It enjoys views to the village green, St Leonards Church and the entrance to the National Trust’s Ickworth Park.

The property is thought to date to around the 16th Century but is reputed in part to be of earlier origins.

Formerly serving as the King William public house and latterly the village Post Office, evidence of which can still be seen internally.

It was converted into a single dwelling by the current owners and now boasting an impressive level of accommodation.

Notable period features include a large Inglenook fireplace, mullioned window, original flooring and exposed timbers.

In brief the property comprises country style kitchen, separate scullery, family room, open plan living/dining/garden room, music room, study, boot room and bathroom to the ground floor.

Above there are four bedrooms and a further bathroom.

The attic space has been adapted to form two further bedrooms.

The property occupies a plot of around 0.3 of an acre with mature, private gardens.

Incorporating a two storey outbuilding and former wool shed, now converted into an artist’s studio together with a modern detached garage.

Horringer is renowned for the National Trust’s stunning Ickworth Park and is about two miles away from the historic cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds.

Village facilities include a primary school, community centre, churh and two public houses.

It is £2,000 pcm.

For more information, contact Morris Armitage on 01284 700711.


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