Bramblewood, Hoo, Suffolk : Guide Price £595,000
Bramblewood originates back to 1601, the reign of Elizabeth I, and is a Grade II Listed DETACHED property with all round uninterrupted field and church views in the hamlet of Hoo, near Charsfield. **ORIGINAL FEATURES** **UNDERFLOOR HEATING TO THE DOWNSTAIRS** **ANNEXE POTENTIAL**
Hoo is situated just 1.7 miles from Kettleburgh where there is the Chequers Public House and just over 4 miles to Framlingham The market town of Framlingham is well known for its twelfth century castle and church, the Market Hill and is surrounded by a range of interesting independent shops and a variety of restaurants. It is also the site of a twice weekly market selling fresh fish, bread, fruit and vegetables and both public and private sector schools. Please note Bramblewood is in the catchment area for the renowned Thomas Mills school in Framlingham. Woodbridge is only 7.7 miles away and has the benefits of The River Deben with lovely walks and sailing, a plethora of shops, cafes and restaurants and a railway station to Ipswich with onward trains to London Liverpool Street being less around one and a half hour journey time.
BRAMBLEWOOD - INTERIOR
One enters Bramblewood through a lovely old oak door with windows to each side. There is underfloor heating throughout the downstairs of the property under Suffolk pamments. There is a cupboard under the first oak staircase in the Entrance Hall, this houses the underfloor heating controls with further space for coats and boots. To the left is a spacious contemporary shower room comprising; a walk in shower tray, close coupled wc and wash hand basin with a large drawer underneath, heated towel rail and a remote control for the built-in radio. Next to this is the Garden Room/Bedroom 4. This delightful room is heavily beamed with stud work to three walls and a large Inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam over, a flue is already in place should you require a woodburner to be installed. There are double doors to the rear garden with stunning field views. Back through the Entrance Hall you enter the spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room which benefits from a range of Henry Gordon Jones bespoke cream and wall base units with black granite worktops, a double electric Aga, plus companion oven for summer, butler sink with antique effect brushed stainless steel taps and granite drainer. There is an integrated dishwasher and fridge. The Kitchen has stunning views over the fields to a Norman Church. Double doors open onto the patio which offers oustanding countryside views and Easton Church in the distance. Off the Kitchen, down a couple of steps, is the Utility Room which has plenty of space for further appliances and has plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Back through the Kitchen the lovely Sitting Room has a small bay window and two further windows with lighting above and lighting to the brick built inglenook fireplace with brick hearth. An opening off the Sitting Room leads you through to a light and airy Dining Room/Snug, being double aspect and benefits from a further Inglenook fireplace (again with flue installed should a wood burner be desired). In the corner of the room is the second handmade oak staircase leading to the first floor. On the first floor the spacious family bathroom has electric underfloor heating, a slipper bath with antique effect hand shower over, a large shower cubicle with shelving and seating area, high level wc and a wash hand basin nestled into a large vanity unit, there are cupboards to one wall and an eaves cupboard offering storage space. Opposite the Bathroom is Bedroom 3 accessed via a low door, which has solid oak floorboards and a range of built-in wardrobes and shelves with a dressing table in the centre with a mirror behind, a window overlooking side garden and field views beyond. The Master Bedroom can be accessed via both landings and is of a generous size with a full height range of lit wardrobes with internal chest of drawers, a dressing table with granite work top and matching chest of drawers, the room is double aspect. Bedroom 2 is triple aspect with stunning uninterrupted views, the third church at Hoo can be seen in the distance. There is a large wardrobe cupboard and a door leads to an unfinished En-suite which could house a wc and wash hand basin. The second landing leads back down to the Entrance Hall. This unique property is definitely a "MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE".
BRAMBLEWOOD - EXTERIOR
Bramblewood sits well in its half acre plot and has off-road parking for several vehicles. This is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area outside the Kitchen and a further area outside the Garden Room which is partly bordered with a flint wall. There is a pond which is owned by the property under a possessory title only. A boiler cupboard houses the oil central heating boiler. There is a large garage which has been partly refurbished into an annexe/gym/home office and has a fully working shower, wc and wash hand basin, there is space for a small kitchenette and bed sitting room. It is currently plaster boarded and is at a first fix electric stage with its own fuse box. The uninterrupted views from this property are absolutely outstanding across open fields with three churches in its site line. The current owner of the property tells us the sunsets are breath taking.
The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Suffolk Coastal District Council
EPC: Exempt as the property is Grade II Listed
Postcode: IP13 7QX
Oil Fired central heating, wet underfloor heating throughout the downstairs, water softener, septic tank, mains water but please note there is a well that has been covered over but could be reinstated.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
All Fixtures and Fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be included subject to separate negotiation.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all easements and wayleaves, and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.