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Pre-Victorian house with plenty of space

Honeysuckle Cottage, The Street, Brettenham ANL-150805-131147001
Honeysuckle Cottage, The Street, Brettenham ANL-150805-131147001

This stunning, detached pre-Victorian house boasts flexible, well presented and extensive accommodation.

Standing in delightful gardens with open countryside to both the rear and front, Honeysuckle Cottage, in The Street, Brettenham is within easy striking distance of Bury St Edmunds and the A14, Stowmarket and historic Lavenham.

Honeysuckle Cottage, The Street, Brettenham ANL-150805-131228001
Honeysuckle Cottage, The Street, Brettenham ANL-150805-131228001

The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, cloakroom with W.C, kitchen / breakfast, dining room, drawing room, sitting room, conservatory, large rear hall and shower room.

Stairs lead to two double bedrooms and bathroom, second staircase to three double bedrooms and bathroom.

The kitchen is fitted with a cream ‘Shaker’ style range of base and wall units comprising cupboards and drawers.

There is space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine as well as ample work surface with inset stainless steel sink and drainer with centre mixer tap, tiled returns.

Other features include matching wall cupboards, one of which has glazed doors for display purposes, useful built in shelved pantry and quarry tiled floor.

The well proportioned drawing room, being the full depth of the house, has views to the front and French windows with matching side lights leading to the rear patio with garden beyond, enjoying stunning countryside views.

The focal point is the red brick fireplace with exposed bressummer and brick hearth upon which stands the multi-fuel stove.

The established and landscaped gardens are a particular feature of Honeysuckle Cottage.

To the front, there is a mature privet hedge with, on the west side, off road parking set with paviours, which leads to the detached double garage, personal gate to the west door and rear garden.

To the east, a side garden has fruit trees bearing plums, apples, pears, greengages and cherries.

The rear garden is sunny, private and well maintained with an abundance of colour and variety.

There is a useful shed, coal bunker and outside tap.

The low hedge to the rear allows views of the stunning typical Suffolk countryside, forming part of this area’s rich agricultural land.

The neighbouring village of Felsham has a pub/restaurant, village stores/post office, garage and church.

The guide price is £515,000.

Contact Robinson’s Portfolio on 01284 769694.


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