While not being listed, The Cottage, in Botesdale, is estimated to date back in part to the 17th Century and is of predominant heavy timber framed construction.
Displaying a host of attractive characteristics including exposed timbers and inglenook fireplace, the property, in Bridewell Lane, provides comfortable and well appointed accommodation.
It benefits from an oil fired radiator, adequate off-road parking and there are delightful gardens at the back combining a gently sloping lawn with paved and gravelled terraces and stocked borders.
The sitting room has a wealth of exposed heavy ceiling timbers, exposed studwork and large inglenook fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast. Two windows offer attractive views to the back gardens with a further window to the front.
A dining room has windows to the side and back with part glazed door to the back terrace.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall units to provide drawer and cupboard storage space. There are beech wood preparation surfaces with inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer, inset four ring Halogen hob having extractor hood over and double oven and grill below.
The bathroom is a white suite comprising panelled bath with fitted shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and extensive tiling to walls.
On the first floor are two bedrooms.
The first has two wondows offering views of the back garden, original open fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast and built-in wardrobe cupboard.
The second has a part vaulted roof, window offering views to front and airing cupboard.
It is £250,000. Call Richard Green on 01284 755552.