Nayland, Suffolk

£315,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION An early nineteenth century Grade II Listed three bedroom end-terrace property centrally located within the picturesque village of Nayland, well-served by a range of local amenities and situated on the Suffolk/Essex border. Previously utilised as a commercial premises, the property is being offered to the market with full planning use as a residential dwelling, the largest property within Church Mews. Ideally suited as a principle residence or a weekend home/second property with a range of individual period features including chamfered timber and studwork, double hung sash windows, exposed fireplaces and 9ft ceiling heights. Further benefits include a rear car port and convenient access to road and rail links in a sought after village.

A panelled glazed wooden door opens to:

ENTRANCE HALL: With strip wooden flooring throughout and a further panelled glazed door opening to:

SITTING/DINING ROOM: (7.47m (max) x 4.50m) 24'6" x 14'9" The principle reception room within the property affording an impressive 9ft ceiling height and an array of chamfered timber and studwork, double hung sash window to front, red brick fireplace with tiled surround and mantle over. Strip wooden flooring throughout and door to a useful under stairs storage recess. A panelled glazed door opens to:

Inner Hall: Staircase off, central ceiling timber and door to rear. Opening to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (4.62m x 2.88m) 15'1" x 9'5" Fitted with a matching range of pine fronted wall and base units with worktops over and tiling above. Ceramic butler sink unit with mixer tap over and sash window to side with inset secondary glazing. Fitted appliances include an oven with four ring hob and extractor hood above. Space for a fridge/freezer

and space/plumbing for a washing machine/dryer. Tiled flooring, exposed timbers, studwork and a stable door opening to the rear courtyard.

First Floor

LANDING: With hatch to the loft and door to the linen cupboard housing the water cylinder with useful shelving above. Further door to a storeroom and access to:

MASTER BEDROOM: (4.73m x 3.66m) 15'6" x 12'0" A double bedroom with window to the side overlooking Alston Court and the Church of St James in the distance. Evidence of exposed timbers and studwork.

BEDROOM 2: (4.70m x 3.93m) 15'5" x 12'0" Located to the front of the property with a double hung sash window, a wealth of exposed timbers and studwork and evidence of a mullion window to the side.

BEDROOM 3: (2.82m x 2.20m) 9'3" x 7'2" With window to side.

SHOWER ROOM: (2.47m x 1.93m) 8'1" x 6'3" Fully tiled and fitted with a WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and fully tiled and separately screened shower unit and chrome shower attachment. Heated towel rail and halogen spotlights.

Outside The property is situated centrally within the village and is walking distance of the Anchor Public House, village post office and a network of public footpaths with countryside walks across the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The brick paved rear courtyard enjoys a southerly aspect and is ideally placed to enjoy the mid-afternoon/evening sun. Adjacent to the communal courtyard is a carport of which provides number 4 with its parking facilities.

CARPORT: (4.19m x 2.16m) With open bay to front and light to rear.

SERVICES: Main water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired heating to radiators.

NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

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David Burr

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