Delightful Victorian cottage with rural views
Rectory Cottage is believed to have been built around 1850 and is constructed of red brick under a slate roof. Over the years further extensions have taken place providing extra accommodation.
The ground floor comprises a sitting room and dining room which both feature brick fireplaces with wood burning stoves and doors to the patio and garden. The bespoke Orwells Pine kitchen provides a range of base units with granite worktops and pantry, electric Rangemaster oven and 5 ring gas hob.
There is also a study and shower room. The first floor offers 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom and access to a boarded loft space with Velux windows.
The property is approached through iron gates over a gravel drive providing parking for several vehicles and giving access to the double garage. The front garden is south facing and mainly laid to lawn with pretty flower beds, mature trees including two twisted willows and shrubs offering privacy and
seclusion. A path leads to the rear of the property and a patio, off the sitting room, perfect for al fresco dining. There are rural views to the rear of the property over the adjoining countryside.
Mains electricity & water. Private drainage. LPG fired heating.
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Pretty cottage in a lovely rural setting, within commuting distance of LondonTom Orford