An extended cottage, with versatile accommodation on the edge of the village of Long Melford, benefiting from a double garage, three reception rooms and a large rear garden, with a total plot measuring circa 0.262 acres. EPC D.
3 Stone Cottage is a delightful extended period cottage in the sought-after village of Long Melford. Approached via a spacious gravel driveway, the main entrance is located to the side. The entrance hall has access to the rear garden as well as the well-appointed lounge, which also benefits from double doors leading to the rear garden. A ground floor WC is accessed via the entrance hall as is the dining room, which occupies the entire rear of the original cottage, this charming reception room has a vaulted ceiling and stairs lead to the galleried first floor landing. A further reception room is located to the front and could easily be utilised as a third bedroom. The kitchen concludes the ground floor accommodation and comprises; base and wall mounted units with spacing and plumbing for washing machine, dish washer and electric oven.
The first floor commences with the shower room, which has in recent years been refitted and comprises a contemporary three piece suite. Two double bedrooms conclude the internal accommodation. OUTSIDE
The total plot size measures circa 0.262 acres, the rear garden commences with a paved patio, the remainder is predominantly laid to lawn, various fruit and apple trees as well as kitchen garden are landscaped into this well-kept mature garden. A greenhouse and tool shed to the rear of the garage complete the rear garden, with gated side access providing access to the front garden. A gravel driveway provides off street parking for a least 3 large vehicles and is located to the front of the double garage. A further landscaped section of garden provides a high degree of privacy to the front. SITUATION
Long Melford is a quintessential English village full of character and charm, the vibrant high street hosts an eclectic mix of antique dealers, restaurants, independent shops and public houses.Tranquil riverside walks are nearby along with ample cycle paths and a country park. The larger town of Sudbury is less than 5 minutes drive away with a choice of supermarkets and leisure facilities as well as a branch line station that follows a beautiful scenic route through to Marks Tey on the Liverpool Street line.