Low Street, Hoxne, Eye, Suffolk, IP21

££450,000 Guide

3 Bedroom Terraced House Under Offer

Occupying a superb situation within tranquil village of Hoxne, this property enjoys a prominent position overlooking the green. Hoxne is known for its beauty and rich history including a fantasising tale of King Edmund hiding under the bridge in Goldbrook in 870AD. The village offers a beautiful assortment of many period and historic properties whilst retaining a strong and active local community helped by retaining a primary school, post office/convenience store, refurbished public house, church and village hall. For additional amenities, the historic market town of Diss is five miles away benefitting from a mainline railway station with regular/direct services to London Liverpool Street and Norwich.

This Grade II* listed property is of massive oak timber frame construction with pleasing colour wash rendered elevations under a pitched clay pantile roof, it is believed to have originated in the 16th century and offers a wealth of character being heavily timbered with attractive carpentry and many exposed and revealed period features. Over the years it has been lovingly restored and modernised, preserving its period features and historic charm. Internally spacious rooms offer versatile living space and boast elegant proportions and high floor to ceiling height, a symbol of wealth and status with the property. The versatile accommodation stretches to the region of 1,350 sq ft over three floors, with particular notice drawn to the grand reception room being heavily timbered and with particular focal point being the impressive inglenook fireplace.

The formal, well-stocked, and established gardens are situated at the back of the property. They have been thoughtfully designed and planted to offer a delightful mix of charm and colour. The overall plot size is approximately 0.15 acres, and there is a paved terrace adjacent to the rear of the property, ideal for alfresco dining thanks to the westerly-facing garden. A significant feature is the large workshop at the back measuring 8.12m x 2.72m, complete with power and light connections, along with a covered storage area measuring 3.53m x 3.93m. Noteworthy is the fully operational bar measuring 2.69m x 5.61m, which served as a practical project during lockdown and could potentially be repurposed as a home office or studio. Additionally, there is another outbuilding at the rear of the house, divided into two sections. One area functions as a utility room measuring 3.40m x 1.92m, equipped with worktops, storage units, and space for white goods, leading to an additional room measuring 2.39m x 3.43m.

RECEPTION HALL:

An elegant and pleasing first impression with particular notice drawn to the high floor to ceiling height flowing through. Access to reception rooms one and two, kitchen/diner and shower room to side. Brick and pamment tiled flooring. 

RECEPTION ROOM ONE: - 3.63m x 4.98m (11'11" x 16'4")

Found to the front of the property and enjoying views over the green with the main focal point being the most impressive inglenook fireplace of a significant size and historical importance with massive oak bressumer beam, exposed mellow red brickwork, brick hearth and inset cast iron wood burning stove. High floor to ceiling height and a wealth of exposed timbers and beams with ornate carving.

RECEPTION ROOM TWO: - 3.58m x 2.36m (11'9" x 7'9")

With bay window to the front of the property and again enjoying views over the green, heavily timbered and being a versatile room. 

KITCHEN/DINER: - 6.81m x 2.46m (22'4" x 8'1")

Enjoying views and access onto the paved patio area and westerly facing rear gardens. The kitchen offers an excellent range of wall and floor unit cupboard space with the centre piece being the Rangemaster with gas hob and electric oven, quartz work surfaces and space for white goods.  Opposite to the kitchen is the dining room area with brick flooring flowing through, pantry cupboard to side and impressive well with glass top being a stand out feature. 

SHOWER ROOM: - 1.19m x 1.55m (3'11" x 5'1")

Comprising a low level wc, wash hand basin and tiled shower cubicle. 

FIRST FLOOR LEVEL:

Split into two areas with access to bedrooms one, two and three, bathroom and stairs rising to second floor level.

BEDROOM ONE: - 2.67m x 5.46m (8'9" x 17'11")

With window to the front aspect, a generous size principal bedroom being heavily timbered, fireplace to side, exposed red brickwork and oak bressumer beam. 

BATHROOM: - 2.34m x 2.62m (7'8" x 8'7")

The highlight being the roll top enamel bath with claw feet set upon parquet flooring, wc and wash hand basin to side with heated towel rail.

BEDROOM TWO: - 3.53m x 2.84m (11'7" x 9'4")

A double bedroom found to the front of the property enjoying elevated views over the green.

BEDROOM THREE: - 2.39m x 2.57m (7'10" x 8'5")

A single bedroom overlooking the rear gardens. 

SECOND FLOOR LEVEL: - 6.63m x 3.40m (21'9" x 11'2")

Potential for bedroom four with vaulted ceilings and versatile space if not required as a fourth bedroom, to note there is a staggered staircase providing access from first floor level. 

SERVICES
Drainage - Mains
Heating - Electric
EPC Rating - Grade II listed
Council Tax Band - D
Tenure - Freehold
 
AGENTS NOTE: The agent advises there is a right of way access over the rear gardens for the neighbouring property. The property in question also has a flying freehold connected to next door.
 

Tenure: Freehold

Low Street, Hoxne, Eye, Suffolk, IP21
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