- Detached farmhouse
- Four double bedrooms
- No onward chain
- Excellent rural location, but close to market towns
- APPROXIMATELY 1/3 ACRE PLOT
- Generous south facing main garden
- Double garage & ample parking
- Sitting room & dining room
- The property has been newly decorated
- South facing solar panels
Stepping through the main door, you are welcomed into the entrance hallway with stairs up to the first floor. The bathroom on the ground floor boasts a bath, toilet and basin.. The reception rooms are all generous sizes. From the sitting room that overlooks the rear aspect with a fireplace that could be opened up or a wood burner installed, if desired. There is also a spacious cupboard in this room for further storage. The kitchen overlooks the side aspect, with a range of base and wall units, integrated electric oven and hob and space for further appliances. Leading from the kitchen, you have another door, given access to the front porch/utility area. The kitchen is perfectly situated next to the dining room, which has potential to open up to one large room if desired.
Upstairs, all four double bedrooms can be found off the landing in addition to the family bathroom which boasts a corner shower, toilet and basin.
Outside, the garden is a large size, south facing with a patio area and lawn. The double garage has been recently built, with two up and over doors and power. Off road parking on the shingle driveway is available.
DURRANTS BUILDING CONSULTANCY Our Building Consultancy Team will be happy to provide advice to prospective buyers on planning applications, architectural design, building regulations, and project management - please contact the team directly.
LOCATION The property is only approximately a mile from the renowned St Peter's Brewery & restaurant. It is also approximately two miles from the popular Rumburgh Buck pub.
St Michael South Elmham is one of the few 'double thankful villages' in the country. There is a plaque in the local church commemorating this.
The market towns of Bungay & Halesworth are close by: Bungay just over four miles & Halesworth just less than six miles. The latter has a railway station with a line going to London, via Ipswich.
DIRECTIONS Directions: heading out of Beccles via Ballygate, at the town sign turn right onto the A1062, signposted Bungay. Proceed through Barsham & Shipmeadow & into Bungay. Take the left fork into Hillside Road East. At the junction at the end of the road, turn right into St John's Hill & then immediately left into Hillside Road West.
Just before exiting Bungay, turn left into St Margaret's Road. Stay on this road, including turning right, signposted St Michael, at the junction on the way. Go past both the churches, the water tower & the farm. Take the right hand fork into Uncles Lane & the property will be seen on the right side, defined by the Durrants for sale board.
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the agent's Halesworth office. Please call 01986 872 553.
LOCAL AUTHORITY East Suffolk Council - Tax band C
SERVICES Mains water, private drainage and electricity are connected. Heating is provided for by way of oil fired central heating through radiators. Durrants understands that the oil tank, boiler & treatment plant have all been updated within the last five years. (Durrants has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order).
ADDITIONAL LAND 1/3 acre of extra land is potentially available at separate negotiation.