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Character cottage in village location Fully fitted kitchen with oven Sitting room with feature fireplace Two bedrooms Cloakroom Shower room Enclosed rear garden Electric heating Off road allocated parking Available June 23rd, 2018 for long term rental
Diss - 5.1 miles
Harleston - 6.4 miles
Norwich - 13.6 miles
A delightful listed, two bedroom cottage with an abundance of period features set within the village of Dickleburgh. Fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom and sitting room. Two bedrooms, one double and one single. Shower Room. Enclosed rear walled garden with store room. Off road parking for one car.
Barbridge Cottage is a charming listed cottage set on The Street in Dickleburgh. The property is entered via the front door which leads into the sitting room with a brick feature fireplace. The room is of a good size and has an understairs storage cupboard, beams and stairs rising to the first floor. A doorway then leads into the kitchen which has a selection of wall and base units, space for appliances and a white ceramic sink. The kitchen has a rear door leading out into the enclosed garden and a door leading into the downstairs cloakroom comprising a low level WC and a pedestal hand wash basin. To the first floor is the main master bedroom with two front aspect windows. The second bedroom is a good size single room, has previously been used as an office and has a window to the side. The shower room has a square shower cubicle, low level WC and a pedestal hand wash basin.
The enclosed rear garden is quiet and has a decking area immediately outside the kitchen door with the rest being laid to lawn boundary. Beyond the garden is an attached store room which has both power and light. There is a parking space with the property and is accessed just off the Main Street.
The property is situated in the centre of Dickleburgh. The village itself has a store, post office, village hall, public house, primary school and a part time doctors practice. The market town of Diss is located 5.1 miles away and has a further range of day to day facilities, independent shops and three supermarkets. There is also schooling up to A-levels with a mainline train station with regular trains to Norwich, Stowmarket, Ipswich and London Liverpool Street.
From Diss proceed out of the town onto the A140. Head north on the A140 turning off the dual carriageway signposted 'Dickleburgh'. Proceed further into the village where the property will be located on the left hand side opposite to the public house.
Mains drainage, electricity and water are connected to the property. Electric heating.
Local Authority: South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: A
Energy Rating: F
Postcode: IP21 4NQ