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INTRODUCTION This well extended and remodelled period cottage with three bedrooms and a substantial kitchen dining room with vaulted ceiling on the ground floor, presents an excellent combination of classic features within a modernised property. The garden is deceptively spacious and ample parking is available to the front. With easy access to the village centre and to Manningtree station we highly recommend an early viewing.

DIRECTIONS from the centre of East Bergholt, continue past the village church on your left and across the cross roads to Gandish Road and Flatford Lane, at the end of White Horse Road turn right onto Manningtree road and the property can be found on the right hand side just before the entrance to Dazleys Lane. Parking to the front. 

INFORMATION originally constructed in the early 1900’s of brick build under a tiled roof with later rendered extensions completed over the past three years. There is a good level of insulation throughout and extensive loft insulation. Windows and doors are wooden mixture of single and double glazed, heating is via a gas combination boiler to radiators throughout. A good level of broadband connection is available in the village. 

EAST BERGHOLT has recently been featured by Country Life as one of the nicest Suffolk villages in which to live.  It has the benefit of a good range of local facilities including a modernised general store and post office, bakers and chemist, GP surgery and medical centre.  Parish Church and Congregational Church, along with many local associations.  The village provides education facilities from pre-school age to GCSE, sixth form colleges are available in Colchester and Ipswich.  There are several independent schools in both the local and major towns and throughout the area.   A12 links to the M25 and A14.  Regional Airport is Stansted, approximately an hour by car.  The mainline railway stations in Manningtree provides a regular service to London taking around an hour.  The village is famous for its historical connections with John Constable RA and the landscape he painted is still very much the same today.  From the village there are numerous footpaths giving direct access into this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Broadband is available in the village.

SERVICES   All mains services are connected to the property.

Babergh District Council 01473 822801        Council Tax    B           EPC  TBC

Please note:  As vendor’s agents we are unable to give any guarantee as to the condition of any appliance included (where mentioned) in the property.  The photographs are provided to show the internal and external appearance of the building and in no way should a buyer assume that any contents are to be included either inside or out.

BEDROOM ONE 10'9 x 10'4 sash window to the front (n), built in wardrobes flank both sides of the feature exposed brick fireplace. 

BEDROOM TWO 10'4 x 8'1 sash window to the front (n), vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. 

BEDROOM THREE 9'1 x 8'9 window to the rear (s), airing cupboard over the stairs containing the gas combination boiler. 

FAMILY BATHROOM 8'09 (max) x 4'08 opaque window to rear (s), panel bath with feature tiled walls , screen and shower over. W/c and wash basin inset to vanity unit, full height heated towel rail, vaulted ceiling and extractor fan. 

LANDING 5'6 x 2'2 Velux roof light (e), loft access and stairs to the ground floor:

KITCHEN DINING ROOM 26'8 x 11'4 vaulted ceiling with Velux Windows to the side, Windows to the side and bifold wooden frame glazed doors to the rear garden. Hardwood flooring. The kitchen area with range of coloured fronted wall and base units to two sides, integrated dish washer, microwave, oven, pan draws and corner cupboard. The hardwood work surface extends to two sides and out onto a peninsula base unit, inset ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap, five ring gas hob, tiled splash backs. Exposed timbers within the valuted ceiling, recessed lights and a drying rack.  Open under the stairs to the:

UTILITY ROOM 5'4 x 4'7 storage cupboards to side, work surface with space under for washing machine and over for tumble dryer, space for freestanding fridge freezer, extractor fan. Door to the: 

CLOAKROOM 4'7 x 2'2 window to the rear, w/c, corner hand basin inset to vanity unit with tiled splash back, extractor fan.

SITTING ROOM 20'6 x 10'9 dual sash Windows to the front, feature brick fireplace with inset multi fuel stove, hardwood flooring extends from the kitchen. Wood panelled front door to the front parking area.

OUTSIDE the FRONT ample gravelled off road parking for three vehicles adjacent the front of the property, porch over the front door and side access to the: REAR GARDEN immediately to the rear of the property an area of terrace enjoys the South Westerly aspect, the garden extends down a well-defined raised path with close boarded fence boundaries to each side to the main garden area, laid to grass this expansive area has a range of sheds to the South Western corner and an open aspect with views over the Stour valley to the East.