The Street, Dennington Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 8JFGuide price
The Street, Dennington, Woodbridge
House - Woodbridge Suffolk
£350,000 Guide price
Dating back to around 1900 this lovely much improved detached home is located within the village and just a few miles from the market town of Framlingham. Benefiting from a recently rebuilt bespoke, hand-built kitchen by local cabinet maker, T. M. Brewster and a ground floor cloakroom, this property also includes two reception rooms, bathroom, covered garage and parking for up to two cars, and courtyard gardens to front and rear. It is within easy reach of many local amenities including, bowls green, tennis court, community centre, allotments and Primary School.
This property is being sold with a Freehold tenure.
A summary of the accommodation:
The accommodation consists of:
Living room with wood burning stove
Dining room with wood burning stove
Recently rebuilt bespoke Kitchen
Recently rebuilt cloakroom/wc
The property also benefits from:
A complete re-wire by the current owners
A modern oil-fired central heating system
Enclosed rear courtyard gardens with lovely patio area
Enclosed front courtyard
Off road parking for up to two cars
A viewing is advised to appreciate the level of accommodation on offer.
The property is approached via a gate which opens into the enclosed courtyard.
A part obscured glazed front door with storm porch opens to:
A lovely light space with a wood floor, overhead lighting, radiator heating and 100% wool carpeted stairs which lead off up to the first floor landing.
Lounge (5.61m x 3.82m widening to 4.19m)
A nice light and airy dual aspect room – which benefits from beech wood floorboards and a feature wood burning stove set on a slate tiled hearth.
This room also features a Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect, overhead spotlights, radiator heating, power points, and tv point. A Upvc double glazed door to the rear aspect opens onto one of the rear courtyard gardens.
A door to the right side of the room opens to an under stairs cupboard, which also benefits from original wooden floorboards, power point, and overhead lighting.
Returning to the entrance hall, a ledge and brace door opens into the:
Dining Room (5.64m x 3.68m)
Another light airy room, again featuring beech wood floorboards, and another feature wood burning stove this time featuring a tiled surround and backing.
The dining room also features a Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect, overhead spotlights, radiator heating, power points, dado rails, and a Upvc obscured double glazed door to the side aspect – which opens to the covered garage area.
An arch to the rear of the room leads through into the:
Kitchen (3.17m x 4.07m – including adjoining lobby)
Along with the adjoining rear lobby and cloakroom/wc, this part of the house was completely rebuilt by the current owners within the last few years.
The kitchen is a great dual aspect space – with Upvc double glazed windows to the rear and side aspects and an added wood double glazed velux-style roof light.
It features a bespoke, hand-built kitchen – handmade by a local craftsman – comprising a range of base and overhead cupboards – including display shelves, an integrated wine rack, and solid iroko work surfaces with tiled splash backs and power points.
There are spaces for a dish washer, a freestanding fridge/ freezer, and a freestanding fan range oven (please note that the range and fridge/freezer are not included in the sale). There is a built-in stainless steel extractor hood, and a built-in space with plumbing for a washing machine.
Adding to the ample natural light in the kitchen are overhead LED spotlights and additional under cupboard LED down lights. The kitchen also benefits from a hand-honed blue limestone tiled floor complete with underfloor heating.
Off to the left of the kitchen is a:
Featuring the same hand-honed blue limestone tiled floor with underfloor heating as found in the kitchen, this space provides access to the cloakroom/wc and also to one of the rear courtyard gardens via a Upvc double glazed door.
With a low level wc with dual flush, wash basin with tiled splash back, overhead spotlights, extractor, the same hand-honed blue limestone tiled floor with underfloor heating as found in the kitchen and rear lobby, and a Upvc obscured double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Returning to the entrance hall, the feature staircase rises up to the:
First Floor Landing
A good size ‘L’ shaped landing which provides access to the three bedrooms and bathroom.
The landing benefits from a Upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect, a 100% wool fitted carpet, overhead lighting, thermostat, and a loft hatch which provides access to the loft area.
Bedroom 1 (3.67m x 4.40m reducing to 3.04m)
A lovely light and airy room featuring built-in and part-glazed wardrobes – handmade by a local craftsman. This bedroom also benefits from a Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect, a 100% wool fitted carpet, overhead spotlights, radiator heating, power points, and picture rails.
Bedroom 2 (3.85m x 3.10m)
Another light and airy room – courtesy of dual aspect views via two Upvc double glazed windows to the side and rear aspects. This bedroom also benefits from beech wood floorboards, overhead lighting, radiator heating, power points, and picture rails.
Bedroom 3 (5.22m max x 2.48m max reducing to 1.71m)
An ‘L’ shaped room with beech wood floorboards, overhead lighting, radiator heating, power points, and a Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect.
Featuring a modern suite comprising: a panelled bath with shower over and tiled surround with glass shower screen, a designer ceramic wash bowl with mixer tap – set on a designer solid oak washstand/cabinet (again, handmade by a local craftsman) below with feature tiled splash back behind the bowl, a low level wc with dual flush. The bathroom also benefits from beech wood floorboards, overhead spotlights, radiator heating, extractor, and a Upvc double glazed window to the rear aspect.
The property is set back from The Street behind an enclosed gravelled area to the front of the property – a brick and wrought iron enclosure and wrought iron gateway providing the property with a pleasant low maintenance frontage. To the right of the property is an adjoining driveway which provides off-road parking for up to two cars – partly enclosed by the adjoining covered garage area, which benefits from power and lighting. To the left side of the garage area is the Upvc obscured double glazed door which opens to the house via the dining room. To the rear of the garage area is a gate which opens to the rear courtyard garden areas.
Rear courtyard garden areas:
The rear space is split into two areas of almost equal sized courtyard areas.
The area to the immediate rear of the living room features an enclosed mosaic tiled area with elevated brick planting boarders.
Dennington is located roughly 2 miles north of the Market town of Framlingham, and roughly 15 miles north-east of the county town of Ipswich.
The village has a very-well regarded 16th Century public house/restaurant – The Dennington Queen – which offers a cosy atmosphere and dining. There is also a parish church – dedicated to St Mary, a primary school, and a village hall.
The village is served by occasional bus services. The nearest railway station is at Darsham, Saxmundham with an hourly service to either Ipswich or Lowestoft.
The A14 provides commuter access to Ipswich and Cambridge.
Miscellaneous property notes:
We have been advised by our client that:
The kitchen, cloakroom/wc and rear lobby were completely rebuilt in the last couple of years.
The kitchen is a bespoke, hand-built kitchen by local cabinet maker, T. M. Brewster.
T. M. Brewster also hand-built the wardrobes in bedroom 1 and the solid oak washstand/cabinet in the bathroom.
The carpets are all 100% wool.
The complete house has been re-wired by the current owners.
The oil-fired central heating system was also installed by the current owners only a few years ago.
The oil-fired boiler is located in an outside boiler house in the rear outside area that also contains the oil tank. Within the boiler house is also a water softener – both items installed by the current owners.
The mains fuse board is located within an overhead cupboard in the entrance hall.
Local authority: Suffolk Coastal.
Please note: statements regarding the number of power points are made on the basis of the number seen at the time of inspection.
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- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- 2 rooms
- 1 Parking Spaces
- Floor Boards