Grindle Cottage - charming cottage in a tree-lined lane close to the centre of Bury St Edmunds
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This charming brick and flint cottage is within easy walking ditance of the historic town centre of Bury St Edmunds.
It is down a tree-lined lane, off Southgate Street.
It offers off road parking space, and a garage, and has oil fired central heating and a good-sized garden for a town property.
It still retains many period features inclusing some sash windows to the front and rear, an open fire and original wooden floors in the sitting room.
There is a decorative architrave and an ornamental fireplace in the master bedroom.
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The cottage has two bedrooms, a sitting room and a separate dining room, kitchen and shower room.
There is also a useful cellar with potential for conversion.
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There is also a lapsed planning permission for a three bedroom detached home in an area of the garden, to the side.