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Codlings Yard, Church Road, Market Weston, Diss.
Codlings Yard, Church Road, Market Weston, Diss.

Located in the picturesque village of Market Weston, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, this impressive family home offers opportunities for all styles of living.

Set in 0.27 acres (subject to survey) in the heart of the village, the detached property was constructed by the current vendor.

Codlings Yard, Church Road, Market Weston, Diss. ANL-150828-165955001
Codlings Yard, Church Road, Market Weston, Diss. ANL-150828-165955001

It offers light and well propertioned accommodation, adaptable to a variety of styles of living.

In its established setting, the property also benefits from a mature garden and garaging.

The hallway houses the staircase to the first floor and gives access to a cloakroom with WC and the living room.

This reception room is bright and spacious, with an inglenook fireplace and an oak beam which originally came from Redgrave Hall.

It opens into a study/sun room with patio doors leading into a walled paved area.

The dining toom, reached via double doors in the sitting room, features patio glazed doors leading to a paved area and the garden.

This room leads into the modern fitted kitchen, with a quarry tiled floor leading into the adjoining utility room.

On the first floor, the landing gives access to the four double bedrooms, three of which benefit from built in wardrobes, and a family bathroom.

The master bedroom backs onto the family bathroom, giving it the potential to have an ensuite added.

At the front of the property is a driveway with ample parking and a double garage with a workshop, which has power and light connected.

There is also a boiler area suitable for further utility space.

The mature rear garden has many secret areas and abundant wildlife. There is also a vegetable patch with a variety of produce, apple trees and a pear tree.

With Abbots, Bury 01284 753486. Offers over £280,000.


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