HALLWAY Door to front aspect, stairs to first floor, door to:
KITCHEN/DINER 22′ 5″ x 11′ 1″ (6.83m x 3.38m) (Narrowing to 7′ 8″ in dining area)
Benefiting from wooden flooring, fitted cupboards and recessed shelving, window to front elevation, two radiators, wooden worktops with inset hob with oven under and extractor hood above, inset ceramic 1 1/2 bowl sink with matching drainer, window and half glazed door to rear aspect, plumbing for white goods and space for large American style fridge/freezer.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING With its return staircase to the second floor and arched window it is one of the many wonderful features of this delightful cottage. The area provides open stripped doors, radiator and airing cupboard off.
LOUNGE 11′ 2″ x 10′ 6″ (3.4m x 3.2m) Window to rear elevation with views over Sudbury’s famous water meadows and the River Stour, wood flooring, radiator, fireplace with cupboard to side and shelving over, stripped pine door to landing with feature glass panels to side.
BATHROOM Providing a high quality modern white suite benefitting from part tiling to walls and matching tiles to floor, low level WC., pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with side taps, and shower taps. window to front elevation, radiator, fitted cupboards and shelving.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING With doors giving access to:
BEDROOM ONE 11′ 4″ x 10′ 6″ (3.45m x 3.2m) Window to rear elevation benefitting from beautiful views over the water meadows, radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 10′ x 8′ 4″ (3.05m x 2.54m) Window to front elevation, radiator.
REAR GARDEN To the right of the cottage is a gate giving access to a wide pedestrian way leading to the rear garden which backs onto the water meadows.
It must be noted that the land lying to the right of the cottage is not included within the sale and will be sold by separate negotiation.
Sudbury is an historic town set within the pretty Stour Valley dating back to the 8th Century containing many fine examples of Medieval, Tudor and Georgian property together with Victorian housing built at the time of the silk weaving trade which is still current today. Thomas Gainsborough’s house is open to the public with some wonderful examples of his work. The town provides an excellent range of shops, schools and recreational facilities including clubs for football, cricket, rugby, tennis, bowls, a very popular rowing club and many others. There is a wonderful quayside theatre and bar with a swimming pool/leisure complex also situated beside the water meadows. The town’s train station provides a link to the London to Colchester line with fast services on to Liverpool Street.