Dating back to the 16th century and listed Grade II as being of specific architectural and historical interest, this outstanding village house displays a wealth of original features complementing immaculately presented accommodation extending in all to about 3200 sqft (inc double garage).
The versatile accommodation is arranged over four floors and of particular note is the over-sized living room with its fine Inglenook fireplace with wood burner, oak floorboards and elegant shuttered front windows.
Internal viewing is essential to fully appreciate the specification and accommodation on offer.
The property stands in the heart of this picturesque village almost opposite the village pond and is within a short stroll to the local public house ‘The Cross Keys’, which has been recently purchased by the village, and is currently undergoing renovation. The larger nearby villages of Botesdale and Rickinghall offer a good range of local facilities including a medical centre, supermarket, pub, restaurant and a primary school. The A143 is a short distance away and gives good access to Bury St Edmunds and the market town of Diss, with its main line rail link to London. The nearby A1066 provides a fast connection to Thetford and the recently duelled A11 between Norwich and London.
28' 10'' max x 21' 11''max
The centre piece of the property the living room has a wonderfully light and airy atmosphere created by large shuttered windows and entrance door overlooking the front and village green and pond. This impressive room offers features including many exposed timbers, studwork, Inglenook fireplace with stove and polished oak flooring.
17' 10'' max x 15' 4 ''
With matching base and eye level units, with granite work surfaces over, inset one and half enamel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap over. Integrated dishwasher, space for a range cooker, exposed brick walls exposed beams with a window to the rear aspect.
With base units, tiled flooring and doors to the cloak room and rear.
With Closed couple WC, pedestal hand wash basin.
17' 8'' x 13' 1''
A dual aspect room, currently used as a sitting and dining area, with feature brick fireplace and wood burner and opening into the kitchen area.
White suite comprising tiled shower cubical, close-coupled WC, hand wash basin with storage cupboard under, heated towel rail, tiled floor and window to side aspect.
23' 11'' x 12' 8''
Currently being used as a gym area but could be used as a home cinema room or family/play room.
On the first floor is a spacious landing sitting area with walk in airing cupboard. Staircase off to second floor and doors to three comfortable bedrooms and a luxurious shower room.
16' 10'' x 9' 9''
Exposed Beams, radiator, carpet flooring with window to rear aspect.
14' 1''x 14' 1''
Exposed beams, built-in understairs cupboard, radiator, carpet flooring with windows to front and rear aspect.
14' 4'' x 13' 7''
Exposed beams, original feature fireplace, full length built in wardrobe, radiator, carpet flooring with window to front aspect.
White suite comprising tiled, walk-in shower enclosure, wall-hung WC, wall-hung wash basin with mixer tap, heated towel rail, tiled floor with underfloor heating and shuttered window to side aspect.
On the second floor landing is a built-in storage cupboard with hanging rail. There are two further bedrooms (both currently used as offices).
13' x 11' 2''
With window to front aspect, exposed beams, built-in window seat with storage under, full length wardrobe, built-in shelving, loft access and radiator.
11' 3'' x 10' 2''
Double aspect room with exposed beams, built-in feature shelving surrounding gable window, built-in window seat with storage under.
Twin garages both 17' 5'' x 8'10'' with double doors and a access to rear with stairs leading above for storage.
The front garden is well stocked with flowering plants and enclosed by traditional iron railings. The rear gardens are a particular feature having been landscaped with a nautical theme and design in mind and offer the occupants with a good degree of privacy, particularly during the summer months. The gardens are stocked with an abundance of flowering plants, shrubs, mature trees around a striking and unique feature of a mosaic of a ship's compass rose. There is a decking area and large terrace for outside dining. Outside lighting, sockets and water tap. The garden is enclosed by a brick and flint wall, close bordered fencing and a solid oak side gate. There are twin boarded garages with parking to the front and a useful storage room above the garage with front and rear windows.
When entering Redgrave from the direction of Botesdale and Rickinghall proceed into the village where the property will be found a short distance further in the centre of the village on the left hand side overlooking the pond.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected
The adjoining small building, currently occupied by The Redgrave Community Shop, is also available by separate negotiation.