A fine example of a Victorian cottage located within walking distance of the Town Centre and all its amenities. The property offers versatile accommodation split over three floors with two double bedrooms and further reception/study room.
The property is approached via an original tiled pathway leading to the storm porch and wooden door. The high ceilings on the hallway lead to the bright and light dining room with stairs raising to the first floor. There are wooden French doors opening to the sitting room with attractive bay window and feature open fireplace with tiled hearth.
The recently refitted kitchen is located at the rear of the property with an excellent selection of base and wall units with built in oven and four ring gas hob. A door leads to the handy utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine and freezer. Also located off the utility room is a cloakroom with matching white suite. Located off the kitchen is a door with steps down to the basement, which would make an ideal bedroom 3 or study.
On the first floor is a generous sized family bathroom with a four-piece suite comprising wc, wash hand basin, bath and separate shower cubicle. Bedroom two boasts an extensive range of fitted bedroom furniture and space for a double bed. The impressive master bedroom is located at the front of the property and is flooded with natural light due to its two large windows.
The delightful rear garden is split into two levels with an enclosed seating area at the rear of the cottage, with steps down to the patio area ideal for outside entertaining, with further area of lawn with mature trees and shrubs.
As is typical with this type of property, there is pedestrian right of way over the rear garden for the neighbouring properties.
Haverhill is a thriving and popular market town, the fastest growing in Suffolk, and is one of the most convenient towns for access to Cambridge, 17 miles, London, and Stansted Airport around 30 minutes’ drive, the M11 corridor and mainline railway stations to Liverpool Street (Audley End 12 miles).
Haverhill is a very affordable town and has been the subject of a lot of very good public investment.
There is a twice-weekly market, out-of-town shopping including Sainsbury’s and Tesco, restaurants, social clubs, hotels, 18-hole golf course, and a comprehensive nursery and schooling system. There is also an excellent sports centre, a number of churches, and a recent multiplex cinema complex.