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A unique opportunity to purchase one of the more prominently located homes in the village that overlooks the River Stour and the water meadows in Kedington. The property itself comprises of lounge, dining room, study, conservatory, kitchen breakfast room, utility, boot room and downstairs WC. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with ensuite and dressing area as well as three further good size bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside the property benefits from being set on a plot of approx 1/3 acre that comprises of seating areas, vegetable patches, wild flower gardens and orchards. With the addition of off street parking for 4/5 cars and a large workshop/ outhouse which was formerly a double garage.
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Radiator, stairs to first floor and doors to
Double glazed window to the front, radiator and door to
Double glazed window to the front, radiator, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, complementary tiling.
Double glazed window to both the side and rear with views over the water meadow, radiator and red brick open fire place.
Double glazed window to rear, door to the rear giving access to the conservatory, radiator and red brick open fire place.
Double glazed windows to both sides and the rear with single door opening onto the garden and tiled flooring.
Double glazed window to the side aspect, radiator, redbrick open fire place
Double glazed window to the front, two double glazed windows to the side, two radiators, a range of base and wall mounted units with adjacent roll top work surfaces, single sink with double drainer, complementary tiling. Space for freestanding cooker with extractor over, space for fridge freezer and walk in pantry cupboard.
Double glazed window to the side, radiator, a range of base units with adjacent roll top work surfaces, single sink with drainer and complementary tiling, large storage cupboard, water softner and a 'Rotex' gas and solar unit with integral hot water storage. door to rear garden.
Double glazed window to the front, radiator, airing cupboard and doors to
Double glazed windows to both the side and the rear with views over the water meadow, radiator, two fitted wardrobes and dressing area with door to
Double glazed window to the side, heated towel rail, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower over and complementary tiling.
Double glazed windows to both the side and the front, radiator and fitted wardrobe
Double glazed window to the side, radiator and fitted wardrobe
Double glazed window to the rear with views over the water meadow, radiator and wardrobe
Double glazed window to the side, radiator, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath and complementary tiling.
The original front of the property is laid primarily to gravel, there is a greenhouse to remain that is situated behind the workshop/ outhouse. The gravelled area leads round to the side of the property where there is a large vegetable patch and a wood store.
The rear is also laid to gravel with a paved patio seating area that has a large pergola over that is draped with an established vine. There is also a decorative brick built pond with filtration that makes a lovely water feature. The rest of the garden which leads down to the rivers edge has been left as a wild garden that has steps down to a seated area over looking the river and water meadow, as well as further steps that lead to raised flower beds cut into the embankment that have a range of established fruits like, strawberries, raspberry's and gooseberries. There are a range of established shrubs and trees including fruit trees and the path way leads completely along the rivers edge to the bridge and back up to the main house.
At the side of the property there is a further large gravel area giving parking for three to four vehicles as well as an outhouse/ workshop that was formerly a garage. This building was originally for animals and has the original stone trough still inside. There are two windows and a stable style door to the side as well as power and lighting and a water supply.
There are also solar panels fitted to the roof of the main property that heats the domestic hot water system.
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