A Grade II listed detached two/three bedroom thatched cottage situated in a plot of approximately four and a half acres (sts) in the heart of the popular village of Aslacton.
* DETACHED GRADE II LISTED THATCHED COTTAGE ** FOUR AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND (STS) WITH STABLES * TWO/THREE BEDROOMS * THREE RECEPTION ROOMS * WEALTH OF CHARACTER WITH EXPOSED TIMBERS * INGLENOOK FIREPLACE * OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING * RURAL SITUATION * POPULAR VILLAGE *
The property offers character accommodation with exposed beams to many of the rooms as well as a large inglenook fireplace in the main reception room and many original features with original internal doors to a good number of the rooms. The accommodation is flexible with two reception rooms on the ground floor as well as a further study, kitchen, bathroom and wc. At first floor level two/three bedrooms. The property is heated by oil fired central heating via radiators and has a large inglenook fireplace with a fire basket in the lounge and a oil fired Rayburn to the kitchen. A particular feature of this property is the generous plot, which is approximately four and a half acres in total (sts) and being laid out for equestrian use with two loose boxes, tack room, hay store and further field shelter. The land is partially divided by fencing enclosed by a mixture of fencing and hedging and also has the added benefit of a wooded area with several fruit trees. The house is well situated, set back from the road with good parking area and offers pleasing first impressions.
The village of Aslacton is situated approximately four miles to the south of Long Stratton where there is a good range of day to day facilities. It is also situated approximately nine miles from Diss, where again there are a good range of facilities as well as main line railway station giving access to London Liverpool Street.
Energy Rating - F
The accommodation in brief comprises:
* HALL * LOUNGE * STUDY * KITCHEN * DINING ROOM * WC * BATHROOM * TWO/THREE
BEDROOMS * APPROXIMATELY FOUR AND A HALF ACRES (STS) * LOOSE BOXES *
The rooms are as follows:
HALLWAY: Timber door to front. Spacious hallway giving pleasing first impressions with exposed wall timbers. Tiled flooring. Stairs to first floor. Radiator. Space for shoes, coats etc. Door to inner hallway. Door leading through to...
LOUNGE: (14'5" x 14') (4.39m x 4.27m) A characterful room with heavily timbered walls and ceiling. Large inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer beam over and fire basket giving a real feature to the room. Two windows to rear. Window to front with wooden shutter. Radiator. Television point. Timber door giving access to front. Door leading through to...
STUDY: (13'6" x 8'6") (4.11m x 2.59m) Another characterful room with exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Two windows to rear, one to side and one to front giving lots of natural light. Useful extra space currently used as a study.
KITCHEN: (13'8" x 9'8") (4.17m x 2.95m) Fitted out with a range of custom made pine wall and floor units with solid oak work surface over. Butler sink with mixer tap. Window overlooking garden. Electric oven and four ring hob. Oil fired central heating Rayburn situated in the fireplace alcove giving a pleasant feature. Windows to either side. Stairs to first floor with storage cupboards built in beneath. Pamment brick flooring. Door back to inner hallway. Door leading through to...
DINING ROOM: (13'7" x 8'5") (4.14m x 2.57m) Wall and floor timbers exposed. Windows to either side fitted with wooden shutters and further window to front overlooking garden. Radiator. Pamment brick flooring.
INNER HALLWAY: Plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge freezer. Door giving access to rear garden. Pamment tiled flooring. Door back to hallway. Door to bathroom. Door leading through to...
CLOAKROOM WC: Low level wc and hand wash basin. Window to rear.
BATHROOM: With suite comprising panelled bath, low level wc and hand wash basin. Radiator. Built-in airing cupboard.
FIRST FLOOR: With two staircases one serving bedroom one and the dressing room and a further one serving bedroom two. The first staircase leads up from the hallway and has a window to side and leads through to the...
BEDROOM ONE: (14'6" x 13'11") (4.42m x 4.24m) A lovely room with exposed timber rafters. Window to front. Wooden flooring. Brick fireplace with hearth and bressumer over. Built-in wardrobe cupboard with original door. Door leading through to...
BEDROOM THREE/DRESSING ROOM: (13'8" x 8'5") (4.17m x 2.57m) Currently used as a dressing room but would make an ideal nursery or occasional third bedroom. Window to front. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Built-in wardrobe cupboard.
LANDING TWO: Stairs leading up from the kitchen to a small landing with exposed beams. Half door leading through to attic space. Door leading through to...
BEDROOM TWO: (13'4" x 7'11") (4.06m x 2.41m) With exposed timbers. Windows to front and side overlooking garden. Radiator.
OUTSIDE: The property is set back from the road and is most attractive giving pleasing first impressions. The garden to the front is laid to grass and enclosed by a mixer of mature hedging and trees. A driveway extends down the side of the property to a five bar gate leading to the parking area. The main land lies to the rear of the property with the plot being in total approximately four and a half acres (sts) and being used and set up for equestrian purposes. It is laid predominantly to grass enclosed by a mixture of fencing and mature hedging. Immediately to the rear of the property there is an area of grass with pond. Beyond this is the first area of paddock which then leads to the STABLES which were installed at the beginning of 2011 and offer a hay store, tack room and two 14' x 12' (4.27m x 3.66m) stables with light and power laid on. Beyond this there is a further field shelter which measures approximately 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m). The land extends down away from the property, again laid predominantly to grass with a mixture of hedging and fencing leading onto a wooded area incorporating a number of plum trees, apple trees and further specimen trees giving a pleasing aspect. Beyond this there is a further approximately one and a half acre paddock (sts), which is again enclosed by fencing and hedging.