A fine historical house located in the popular village of Boxford
The Maltings is a Grade II Listed house built around 1490 for a wealthy cloth merchant. The quality of the building is reflected in the high ceilings, heavy closely spaced timbers and some exceptional carved and moulded beams in the main front room. The current owners have completely renovated the property to a high standard throughout. The interior has a light and airy feel, especially in sitting room which benefits from a wood burning stove. The dining room is situated at the centre of the house and gives access to both the vaulted garden room and fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room. The first floor offers a guest suite, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom with the second floor providing the master suite, a fine room across the top of the house with a wonderful vaulted ceiling.
The garden behind the house on one side is a private area with brick and flagstone paving and shingle leading out on to the deck. On the other side is a matching area with wrought iron gates round to the garage and raised beds alongside the deck. This is anti-slip long lasting composite decking. This runs across the back of the house with two flagstone seating areas. A privet hedge runs across near the end with vegetable and herb beds beyond and tucked behind the summerhouse is a timber shed with integrated log store. The garage and parking area is just along Butchers Lane from the property with access from the front but also via a pedestrian right of way across the back of no. 4 next door. No rights of way over this property.
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Historical gem of a property tucked away in the popular village of Boxford which lies on the Essex/Suffolk borders.Katy Stephenson