A delightful Victorian house situated in an elevated setting on the edge of the village with far reaching views
The house is constructed of red brick under a pitched slate roof. The property was originally the gig house for Friars Hall and enjoys unlisted status. The attractive living accommodation is arranged over two floors with 3 main reception rooms and a delightful garden room opening out onto the terrace and garden beyond. The kitchen is well fitted with modern shaker style units with integral modern appliances. There is a 4 door Alpha oven with worktops to the side. The house is well presented with oak floors, some exposed timbers and doors opening out to the gardens. The first floor has 4 bedrooms with 2 well fitted en suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from far reaching views to the front and rear over the Brett Valley.
Gig House is approached at the very end of a graveled drive off Coram Street and continues past 3 other period properties. The house is then accessed through a gateway and onto the private parking sweep to the front of the house with a single garage/workshop to one side. A path leads around the house to a terrace area and steps lead up through the delightful south facing gardens with several established trees.
SERVICES; Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
The house is wonderfully tucked away on the very edge of Hadleigh with attractive and far reaching views over the Brett valley countryside.Tom Orford