Posted: 10.02.21 at 13:39 by Derek Davis
If you are looking for a new home on the Shotley peninsula, or just feeling a bit nosy, then look no further than our Property Of The Week features, which will be showcasing the most interesting homes for sale right now on our Shotley peninsula Nub News property pages.
Our property for this week is this detached, two-bedroom cottage with good space inside and out in Stutton, on the market with Palmer & Partners for £325,000.
You could say this pink cottage is at the West End of the village, and has a bit of a celebrity back story. The Gardeners Arm is a very short walk away and other facilities reasonably close by include Stutton Community Shop, the village hall, primary school and another pub The Kings Head, with St Peters Church, tucked away down another lane.
Benefitting from a good size rear garden, off-road parking for one car to the front, detached garage, balcony off the master bedroom, this one of three detached Pond Cottages is being sold with no onward chain.
The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, ground floor cloakroom, open plan kitchen / living / dining room, a conservatory, first floor landing, master bedroom with balcony, second bedroom, and bathroom.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching eye and base level units, roll edge work surfaces, inset sink and drainer, tiled splash backs, integrated fridge freezer, double oven and electric hob, space and plumbing for washing machine, windows to the front, side and rear aspects, double doors opening through to the window surround, conservatory with a radiator, tiled flooring, double doors opening out to the rear garden.
The first floor master Bedroom has a window to the side aspect, radiator, sliding doors opening onto a balcony, built-in wardrobe, behind the sliding mirrored doors is a low-level WC and hand wash basin, while bedroom two has built-in wardrobes.
The bathroom's four piece suite comprises of a corner bath, low-level WC, bidet and hand wash basin, tiled walls, obscure window to the side aspect.
The garden is predominantly laid to lawn, patio area, wooden shed, detached garage with the upstairs being converted into a living area with WC, hand wash basin and shower cubicle.
Stutton lies between the neighbouring towns of Ipswich and Manningtree situated on the Shotley peninsula and lies close to Alton Water reservoir which is popular for windsurfing and sailing.
Both Ipswich and Manningtree provide mainline rail links direct to London and Norwich.
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