Gobbitt & Kirby
Tel: 01394 380330
 
Details

Low Road, Woodbridge, IP13 7RN

Guide price £565,000 Freehold (Sold Subject To Contract)

Map
Printout
EPC
Description
A most attractive detached 18th Century village cottage, with traditional colour washed elevations, under pantile roof, gardens running down to Low Meadows and what is known locally, as the small River Ken.

A most attractive detached 18th Century village cottage, with traditional colour washed elevations, under pantile roof, gardens running down to Low Meadows and what is known locally, as the small River Ken. Sympathetically extended and enhanced roughly nine years ago, this deceptively spacious property combines period features and character with current expectations, for a comfortable rural village lifestyle.

The accommodation comprises entrance lobby, entrance reception/study, sitting room with fireplace and wood burner, family room, guest cloakroom, kitchen/dining room with double doors to the garden and Rayburn range. On the first floor is a master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, an excellent range of fitted wardrobes/cupboards and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower, three further bedrooms, family shower room and landing cloakroom. Further benefits include double glazing, oil fired central heating, mostly oak floors throughout, with slate pamments in the kitchen/dining room. The mature and well stocked gardens extend to the rear and are mostly laid to lawn. There are many specimen trees, plants and shrubs, as well as a large patio terrace, ideal for summer entertaining. A particular feature is the detached workshop that could be adapted for other uses. Off-street private parking is to the side of the property, with a further area just off Low Road to the west side for two more vehicles.

Earl Soham once belonged to the Earls of Norfolk, the Bigod family and is now considered a sought after and popular village, with a thriving local community. It is on the A1120 road and is 4 kilometres (2 mi) west of the market town of Framlingham. Village facilities include primary school, renowned and respected family butchers, village tennis court and popular village pub, the Queen Victoria.

For further details and an appopintment to view, please contact Gobbitt & Kirby of Woodbridge on 01394 380330. EER=E

A most attractive detached 18th Century village cottage, with traditional colour washed elevations, under pantile roof, gardens running down to Low Meadows and what is known locally, as the small River Ken. Sympathetically extended and enhanced roughly nine years ago, this deceptively spacious property combines period features and character with current expectations, for a comfortable rural village lifestyle.

The accommodation comprises entrance lobby, entrance reception/study, sitting room with fireplace and wood burner, family room, guest cloakroom, kitchen/dining room with double doors to the garden and Rayburn range. On the first floor is a master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, an excellent range of fitted wardrobes/cupboards and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower, three further bedrooms, family shower room and landing cloakroom. Further benefits include double glazing, oil fired central heating, mostly oak floors throughout, with slate pamments in the kitchen/dining room. The mature and well stocked gardens extend to the rear and are mostly laid to lawn, there are many specimen trees, plants and shrubs, as well as a large patio terrace, ideal for summer entertaining. A particular feature is the detached workshop, that could be adapted for other uses. Off-street private parking is to the side of the property, with a further area just off Low Road to the west side for two more vehicles.

Earl Soham once belonged to the Earls of Norfolk, the Bigod family and is now considered a sought after and popular village, with a thriving local community. It is on the A1120 road and is 4 kilometres (2 mi) west of the market town of Framlingham. Village facilities include primary school, renound and respected family butchers, village tennis court and popular village pub, the Queen Victoria.

For further details and an appopintment to view, please contact Gobbitt & Kirby of Woodbridge on 01394 380330. EER=E

Viewing
Please contact us on 01394 380330 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

Energy Performance Certificate
Click here to view the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property.


Disclaimer
Gobbitt & Kirby endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

Features
  • * AN ATTRACTIVE DETACHED PERIOD VILLAGE HOUSE *
  • * SYMPATHETICALLY EXTENDED AND ENHANCED *
  • * RETAINED PERIOD FEATURES AND CHARACTER *
  • * VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION *
  • * SITTING ROOM WITH PERIOD FIREPLACE & WOOD BURNER *
  • * MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE FACILITY *
  • * THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS *
  • * MATURE WELL STOCKED GARDEN *
  • * GOOD SIZE WORKSHOP *
  • * MULTIPLE PARKING TO THE SIDE AND REAR *

Need a FREE property valuation?

Click here