Pretty cottage for sale near Woodbridge after 'wow factor' renovation
- Credit: Clarke & Simpson
If you're looking for a charming period cottage, which is also easily accessible to Suffolk's heritage coast, then this pretty end-of-terrace in the village of Tunstall, near Woodbridge, could be for you.
Its present owner has carried out a series of renovations and improvements and now estate agents Clarke & Simpson say it offers "well laid out and flexible accommodation", with the potential to further extend. It's currently on the market for offers in the region of £300,000.
There are two reception rooms on the ground floor, as well as a cloakroom and kitchen/diner. This has been beautifully finished to include a good range of fitted cabinets, four-ring electric hob and double oven and space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. The actual dining space is 'booth'-style, with beautiful teal-coloured seating around a good-sized table.
Upstairs, the first floor is home to the master bedroom, which has been carefully remodelled to include a dressing room but could be further improved to create an en suite, as well as two further bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom.
A lay-by at the front of the property provides off-road parking and to the rear there is an enclosed garden, complete with paved terrace and post-and-rail fencing. There is also a brick outbuilding to the side.
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For more information, contact Clarke & Simpson.
Snape Road, Tunstall
Offers in excess of £300,000
Clarke & Simpson, 01728 724200, www.clarkeandsimpson.co.uk
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