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Corner Cottage | Jacks Lane | Combs | Stowmarket | Suffolk. IP14 2NG Guide Price £340,000

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Corner Cottage, Jacks Lane, Combs, Stowmarket, Suffolk.

A picturesque detached cottage with a wealth of character

and delightful gardens set in quarter of an acre (sts)

Description:

A charming three/four bedroom Grade II listed detached

thatched cottage believed to date circa 16 th century

situated in a pleasant corner position within the village of

Combs on the outskirts of Stowmarket.

The cottage offers so much character with some fine brick

flooring, a wealth of exposed beams and two inglenook

fireplaces which incorporate two former bread ovens.

The property is beautifully presented having been

sympathetically modernised to combine the wonderful

period features with the expectations of modern day

living. There is a stunning barn style extension providing a

large kitchen/breakfast room with a vaulted ceiling and

fitted with cottage style units and Esse range cooker.

Further benefits include oil central heating, tastefully

presented decor and modern bathroom suites.

The accommodation is versatile in its use offering, main

entrance lobby, wet room, bathroom, kitchen/breakfast

room, utility, dining room, living room, rear entrance

hall/study area, bedroom four/playroom and two flights of

stairs to the first floor where there are three bedrooms.

Outside there are delightful cottage gardens with a five

bar gate opening to the attractive entrance courtyard

where there is a garage and side access to the pretty

south easterly facing private rear garden.

Vendor’s Statement:

“The first time we entered Corner Cottage we noted the

warm atmosphere and homely feel and knew then that we

wanted to buy it”. “As we walked around we loved the

quirkiness and uniqueness that a cottage home brings and

having the mature cottage garden was a bonus”. “Now,

five years later we still love the character features, some

of which we actually unearthed for ourselves - the dining

room inglenook fireplace with its bread oven and many of

the original beams”. “We have also had great pleasure in

sourcing local materials/craftsmen to restore the cottage

and in particular, watching the master thatchers at work

on the roof”. “We love sitting in the kitchen with the

warmth of the Esse stove, and the sitting room and dining

room have such a relaxing atmosphere especially when sat

with the wood burning stoves lit in Winter”.

“For us, Combs has proved the ideal location amid

farmland and countryside with easy commuting either by

rail from Stowmarket to London or road access to the

A14”. “We are far enough away from Stowmarket to

feel part of the Combs village community but close

enough by car to benefit from the facilities on offer e.g.


leisure centre, supermarkets and other local

shopping, local market, doctors surgery, cinema,

restaurants and public houses”.

“After relocating back to Suffolk and getting married in

the village church, we will take with us some very fond

memories of Corner Cottage and the village, but now the

family has expanded so we need to move on”. “It has

been the ideal home for us”.

The accommodation in more detail comprises:

Rear entrance door to:

Entrance Hall:

Ceiling down lighters, exposed beams, understairs storage

cupboard, slate tiled floor, built-in airing cupboard housing

hot water cylinder.

Wet Room:

With fitted shower, low level w.c., sink unit, mixer tap,

heated towel rail and part tiled walls.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Approx. 14’11 increasing to 17’

x 11’2 ((4.55m increasing to 5.18m) x 3.40m)

Character barn style extension fitted with a range of

cottage style units comprising granite work surfaces inset

butler sink unit, mixer tap, plumbing for automatic

dishwasher, Esse oil two plate, two oven range cooker

serving domestic hot water and central heating system, tall

upright storage cupboard, window overlooking entrance

courtyard, radiator, vaulted ceiling, slate tiled floor.

Bathroom:

With white suite comprising panel bath, mixer tap and

shower attachment, wall mounted wash hand basin, low

level w.c., chrome heated towel rail, window to side

elevations, slate flooring, built-in linen cupboard and

storage cupboard, extractor fan, sunken ceiling down

lighters.

Dining Room: Approx. 13’ x12’5 (plus stair recess)(3.96m

x 3.78m)

Magnificent focal room which the current owners have

enjoyed restoring with feature inglenook fireplace which

incorporates bread oven and houses log burning stove,

wall mounted lights, door to south easterly facing rear

garden, windows to front and rear elevation, reclaimed

brick tiled floor, radiator, stairs to first floor, wood

stripped doors to:

Utility: Approx. 6’6 x 4’8 plus recess (1.98m x 1.42m)

Window to side elevation, slate tiled floor, radiator,

plumbing for automatic washing machine.


Sitting Room: Approx. 15’7 x 10’5 (4.75m x 3.18m)

Cosy atmospheric room with feature inglenook fireplace

inset log burning stove with wooden bressumer over,

built-in former bread over, beamed ceiling, double aspect

windows to front and rear, wall mounted lights, brick

flooring, radiator, door to:

Second Entrance Hall/Study Area: Approx. 15’6 (max) x

4’2 increasing to 7’9 (4.72m x 1.27m increasing to 2.36m)

Versatile space used as second entrance and currently

providing office space, stable door to the entrance

courtyard, second flight of stairs to the first floor,

understairs storage cupboard, exposed red brick

chimneybreast, window overlooking rear garden, brick

flooring, radiator, wall mounted lights. Door to:

Playroom/Bedroom Four: Approx. 14’4 x 6’6 (4.37m x

1.98m)

Flexible room, this could be used as a fourth bedroom,

currently used as a playroom, window to side elevation,

exposed timbers, brick floor, radiator.

First Floor Accommodation – Landing:

Exposed timbers, radiator, window to rear elevation,

wood stripped door to:

Bedroom Three: Approx. 8’8 x 8’6 (2.64m x 2.59m)

Window to side elevation, radiator, exposed timbers,

ceiling down lighters.

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themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property for whom they act, give notice that (I) these

particulars are a general outline only for the guidance of prospective purchasers or tenants, and do not

constitute the whole or any part of an offer or contract (II) Fine & Country cannot guarantee the

accuracy of any description, dimensions, references to conditions, necessary permissions for use and

occupancy and other details contained herein and prospective purchasers or tenants must not rely on

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particulars and Fine & Country (and its subsidiaries and their joint Agents where applicable) have not

tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in

working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor, (V)

Photographs will only show certain parts of the property and assumptions should not be made in

respect of those parts of the property that have not been photographed. (items or contents shown in

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assumed the property will remain as shown in the photograph. Photographs are taken using a wideangle

lens.

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Master Bedroom: Approx. 15’9 x 12’10 (sloping ceiling,

measurement taken 1m from floor level). (4.80m x 3.91m)

Window overlooking rear garden, exposed timbers, two

radiators, connecting door to:

Bedroom Two: Approx. 13’7 (sloping ceiling measurement

taken at 4m from floor level) x 7’10 (4.14m x 2.39m)

Exposed timbers, ceiling down lighters, window to side

elevation, storage recess, radiator, second flight of stairs

down to ground floor.

Outside:

A five bar gate with gravel driveway opens to sheltered

entrance courtyard where there is an oil tank, timber

shed, private brick patio, deck brick quadrant with inset

lawn area and brick path to entrance door. GARAGE

Approx. 15’ x 8’ with power and light and side access to

the rear garden.

There is a pleasant cottage south easterly facing rear

garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with attractive flower,

shrub and herbaceous borders, kitchen garden and various

private sitting areas enclosed by hedging set in quarter of

an acre (sts).

Directions: Take the Stowmarket Road out of Needham

Market, B1113 towards Stowmarket, at the roundabout

turn onto Needham Road, turn left onto Poplar Hill, bear

right onto Park Road and Jacks Lane will be found on the

right hand side and the property will be located

immediately on the left hand side.

87a High Street

Needham Market

Suffolk

IP6 8DQ

Tel: 01449 723500

Fax: 01449 722582

Email: needham@fineandcountry.com

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