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6 bedroom house – Redgrave

Guide Price £650,000

Property Details

Location This an ideal location for anyone looking for the traditional village life but offers easy access to the wider world. There is a mainline railstation at Diss just 6 miles away which has a regualr commuter service to London Liverpool Street in around 90 minutes, the fine old town of Bury St Edmunds is within 12 miles and Norwich and Ipswich are within quite easy reach. A little further afield is the coast around the likes of Southwold and Aldeburgh but still within 40 minutes or so, and the Broads is within the hour.

More locally, the neighbouring villages of Botesdale and Rickinghall offer a good array of shops including a Co-op supermarket and there are bus routes to the bustling market town of Diss.

The village itself is one of north Suffolk's most popular being traditional in style with its duck pond, public house and community shop all in the centre and just a short walk away. The surrounding countryside is attractive and gently undulating, providing a great many country walks.

This is a property which offers a country lifestyle without being isolated.

The Property Glebe Cottage is Listed as Grade 11 and is believed to have been built around 1482 (just before the time when Columbus discovered America!). The quality of the house is plain to see with its exposed timbers, many of which are quite closely spaced, open fireplaces including two fine inglenooks, wide boarded floors and period doors which all add to the sense of this house having changed little over the centuries. It is not unfair to consider this property as having had a gentle hand on the tiller which has preserved its character. Having said this improvements and general maintenance has been undertaken with the thatched roof being the most recent project less than a year ago. It offers very spacious rooms which have good levels of natural light and has a good 'flow'. The accommodation is spread over three floors with six bedrooms, three reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen and two bathrooms with separate shower as well ancilliary rooms, and can be used in a variety of ways to suit an owners needs.

Outside As well as having beautiful private gardens, Glebe cottage has useful outbuildings including the garage and a range of period outbuildings that could perhaps be converted to additional living space or an office/studio (subject to planning etc). Beside the garage is parking for several cars and the main garden is to the rear and has been divided into 'pockets' which gives different dimensions. There is the immediate courtyard area defined by a timber pergola, areas of lawn with heavily planted beds, a vegetable garden, and a box hedge parterre. At the foot of the garden is the composting area. Overall the property sits in 0.103ha (0.25ac).

Services Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Oil Fired Stanley range provides heating to radiators and domestic hot water, supplemented by woodburning stoves. Bottled gas supply for cooking.

Directions From Diss connecting with the A143 and heading towards Bury St Edmunds. Continue straight through Wortham and then take the first right turn signposted to Botesdale and Rickinghall. Follow this road into Redgrave and Glebe Cottage will be seen on the left just before the pond, pub and shop.

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