- Set in a plot measuring approx. 0.3 of an acre of beautiful gardens (stm)
- A detached chalet bungalow built in the 1980’s
- This is a chain free property
- Oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.
- Kitchen/dining room with pantry
- Sitting Room with open fireplace and wooden ladder to first floor
- Garage, workshop and ample parking for several vehicles
- In need of modernisation throughout and scope to extend (stp)
Up the steps, through the front entrance door you are welcomed into the spacious hallway, where in which you will see how much potential this property has to offer. To the left is the sitting room where there is an open fireplace and wooden ladder leading you to the first floor.
The kitchen/diner is flooded with natural light, overlooking the stunning gardens and has space for appliances and a small pantry for storage.
From the entrance hallway, there is the spacious double bedroom with built in wardrobes and French doors leading to the garden. Next to the bedroom is the family shower room, boasting a shower, toilet and basin.
On the first floor, up the wooden ladder you have a double bedroom and then a door which leads to further attic space, ripe for conversion. This space offers an area for storage although there is potential to create a further bedroom if desired (stp).
Outside, through the five-bar gated entrance a wide driveway runs to the front of the property, providing plenty of parking up to the garage and workshop. The plot measures approximately 0.3 of an acre (stm) and is interspersed with mature trees, orchards, large vegetable patch and fruit trees.
The oil tank is sited next to the garage and there is also a timber garden shed.
With endless potential to extend and update, this property is one to view!
LOCATION Waterways will be found in the very centre of the pretty village of Heveningham. Heveningham is well known locally for its association with Heveningham Hall, which holds an annual country show and also fireworks evening. The village lies approximately 6 miles from the bustling market town of Halesworth which has excellent facilities including a Co-operative supermarket, doctors surgery, library, many individual shops, dining pubs, restaurants, a primary school, and a railway station with regular services to Ipswich and onto London's Liverpool Street station. The Heritage Coast, with the popular centres of Southwold, Walberswick and Dunwich is just 13 miles away. The historic market town of Framlingham is approximately 8 miles to the south.
SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Heating is provided for by way of oil-fired central heating, through radiators. There is also an open fireplace in the sitting room. (Durrants has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings, or services and so cannot verify they are in working order).
LOCAL AUTHORITY East Suffolk Council - Tax band C
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the agent's Halesworth office. Please call 01986 872 553.
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.