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Historic family cottage with scope for updating

Property on Stock Hill, Langham. ANL-150824-132529001
Property on Stock Hill, Langham. ANL-150824-132529001

This glorious family cottage, situated in the hamlet of Langham, near Ixworth, presents an excellent opportunity for updating.

Believed to date back to the 17th century, the Grade II-listed property has a heavy timber frame, casement windows and a thatched roof.

Property on Stock Hill, Langham. ANL-150824-132444001
Property on Stock Hill, Langham. ANL-150824-132444001

The property is set within grounds of 0.56 acres (subject to survey) with attractive countryside views and good garaging facilities.

The entrance hall with staircase to the first floor has a doorway to the sitting room, with an arch leading to the dining room.

This room offers beautiful views and exposed timbers, with a striking wooden archway leading to the sitting room.

This second stunning reception room features a Tudor inglenook brick fireplace with wood burner (not tested), with double glazed doors overlooking the garden.

Property on Stock Hill, Langham. ANL-150824-132541001
Property on Stock Hill, Langham. ANL-150824-132541001

A door leads to the study/family room, fitted with a wood burner (not tested).

The rear of the property is reached via a double glazed door leading to an inner hallway, providing a useful space for storing coats or boots.

The hallway gives access to a cloakroom with WC and the kitchen/breakfast room.

The kitchen is well fitted with a range of wood wall and base units, including glazed display cabinets, and an oil fired Aga (not tested).

There is also a built-in oven and hob, fridge, dishwasher and space for a washing machine.

The generous first floor landing gives access to all the bedrooms.

The large master suite comprises a vaulted beamed bedroom, a dressing room with airing cupboard and an ensuite.

There are two further bedrooms, which are served by a family bathroom.

Abutting open countryside, the garden is a charming attribute of the property.

A wooden five bar gate gives access to the gravelled driveway, which provides ample off-road parking.

The main double garage, with an electric up and over door, has power and light connected and also offers a workshop area.

Two further double garages/workshop, previously used as stabling, provide further car parking facilities and storage.

A brick path edged with lavender leads to the front of the property with a vast expanse of lawn around it.

The gardens are interspersed with flowerbeds and mature planting, with a paved terrace to the rear of the property and a second patio area.

With Sheridans, Bury 700018. Guide £425,000.


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