A detached period home, set in an elevated position, in this pretty semi rural village. The property has recently been updated and improved and now has a stunning kitchen diner, a refitted utility room and superb first floor bathroom.
A detached period home, set in an elevated position, in this pretty semi rural village. The property has recently been updated and improved and now has a stunning kitchen diner, a refitted utility room and superb first floor bathroom
Crown House is an appealing period home providing generous living accommodation together with three double bedrooms. The property has a documented history dating back about 170 years and has formerly been a public house and later became a post office, before becoming a private home.
The property has recently undergone a number of improvements and now has a stunning kitchen diner and first floor bathroom, there is also a high quality utility room and a modern cloakroom.
There is a small entrance hall to the front of the property which opens to a lovely bright, dual aspect sitting room which has a fireplace fitted with a log burner and views over the rear garden. There is also a separate, very generous, dual aspect living room with a stunning inglenook fireplace and plenty of room for a sitting area and a dining table and chairs.
The adjacent kitchen / dining room has a part vaulted ceiling with roof lights which flood the room with natural light. The room is set out in two defined areas with the kitchen area extensively fitted with matching floor and wall mounted cabinets, there is an integrated dishwasher and fridge and a built in oven and hob. There is also a breakfast bar. The dining area has double doors out to the garden and an exposed brick fireplace fitted with a log burner. On the ground floor there is also a beautifully fitted utility room and a rear lobby with modern cloakroom off.
The first floor landing opens to three generous double bedrooms and a stunning bathroom fitted with a roll top bath, separate shower enclosure, vanity unit with hand-basin over and w.c.
The property is set within a quarter of an acre plot. There is a driveway providing parking and giving access to the garage to the front of the property, and a pretty flower border adjacent to the house. To the front, far side of the garden there is a large vegetable plot. The rear garden is southerly facing and laid partially to lawn with a patio next to the house, there is a large fruit cage at the far end and further vegetable beds and trees.
Great Bradley is a small picturesque, semi rural, village set amongst stunning rolling countryside, on the Suffolk Cambridge border. The village has a parish church and offers a number of societies and clubs.
A comprehensive range of amenities are available in Newmarket, which is approximately 8 miles to the north or Haverhill which is about six miles south of the village. Cambridge is also in easy commutable distance and is about 20 miles distant