Little period delight in heart of village
This charming Grade II-listed house is situated in the heart of Haughley, a well served village near Stowmarket.
The property has a wealth of period features including exposed studwork and wooden floorboards.
The accommodation comprises a sitting room, kitchen and downstairs bathroom, with two bedrooms on the first floor and a good sized rear garden.
A solid wooden stable front door leads straight into the sitting room.
There are a number of character feature in this room, including exposed wall and ceiling timbers.
The stand-out feature is the redbrick open fireplace, with an inset cast iron gas ‘coal effect’ stove set on a brick hearth.
Next to the fireplace there is a storage cupboard.
A wooden latch door leads to the kitchen, which overlooks to property’s rear and has a stable door to the garden.
There are a range of wall and base mounted units with work surfaces over, a Butler sink, space for a cooker and a fridge and plumbing for a washing machine.
There is a door to the bathroom and a wooden latch door leading to stairs to the first floor.
The landing, with exposed studwork, leads to the two bedrooms which feature exposed timbers and wooden floorboards.
Bedroom one, at the front of the property, has a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom two, at the property’s rear, has windows to the rear and side.
Outside the property has a reasonably sized garden with well stocked beds and borders and a large lawn.
A pathway leads to a wooden gate through to a second section of the garden, which features a terrace, gravelled area, two timbered sheds, a vegetable plot and beds and borders.
With Marshall Buck & Casson. Guide £149,995.