A traditional village cottage offering three/four bedrooms and characterful features, at the heart of this ever popular and much sought after village.
Guide Price: 285,000
Accommodation comprises briefly:
Off Road Parking
Strathmore Cottage is a most attractive mid-terrace cottage of principally clay lump construction, with an impressive internal timber frame. Believed to date back several hundred years, the cottage offers period features including exposed timbers, an inglenook fireplace and wooden floors.
Entering via the front door, an entrance hallway splits the two reception rooms, where the is a sitting room and dining room. The dual aspect sitting room has a lovely inglenook fireplace, with an inset wood-burning stove and storage cupboard beside. To the other side of the hallway is the formal dining room, which has exposed timbers, offering a semi-open plan feel to the sitting room. The kitchen and bathroom form part of an extention which was added to the cottage in late 20th century. The kitchen is lovely and light, with a tiled floor, selection of wall and base units and space for appliances. A door opens out into the garden. The bathroom comprises: a hand wash basin, low level wc and bath (with electric shower over).
Up at first floor level there are three main bedrooms with a fourth bedroom/box room which leads off the third bedroom. Given the proximity of the fourth bedroom it could create a larger third bedroom or even an en-suite shower room - subject to planning consents.
To the front of the cottage is a small lawned garden with mature shrubs and a pathway leading up to the cottage. The remainder of the gardens are to the rear with a formal lawned garden and parking area. The garden is well established with a variety of plants, shrubs and hedging - offering privacy throughout. In addition, there is a brick-weave patio area. The parking area is accessed via a right of way over a neighbouring property, leading to a detached cart-lodge / workshop.
Redgrave is a sought after Suffolk village within 7 miles of the busy market town of Diss with its mainline train service to London Liverpool Street and Norwich. A wide range of amenities are available within the town including local and national retailers; well regarded schooling to sixth form level; sporting and leisure facilities. Redgrave itself has a village pub, church, community shop and playing fields, whilst the nearby villages of Botesdale and Rickinghall offer a wider range of services which include a post office and Co-op store. Lying within the Eye Hartismere High School catchment, a school boasting an outstanding Ofsted classification.
From Diss proceed along the A1066, upon reaching the village of South Lopham, take the first turning on the left signposted to Redgrave and proceed to the centre of the village where the property will be found on the right hand side.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
Oil fired central heating. Mains drainage.
Mid Suffolk District Council
Council Tax Band: C
Postal Code: IP22 1RY
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.