Property of the Week from Chapman Stickels: Three-bedroom Clear Spot in south Suffolk

By Derek Davis

23rd Sep 2021 | Property of the Week

If you are looking for a new home in the Hadleigh area then look no further than our Property Of The Week features, which showcase the most interesting homes for sale on our Shotley peninsula Nub News property pages, now being sponsored by estate agents Chapman Sickels.

If you are looking to sell your house on the Shotley peninsula contact Chapman Stickels' valuation team.

This week's stand out property is a three-bedroom home discreetly located in Polstead Heath, on the market with Chapman Stickels a guide price of £665,000.

Clear Spot was built to an individual design and specification in the 1960's

and the versatile accommodation provides a practical and pleasing layout which comprises an arched front porch, with an eight panelled hardwood front door leading into the welcoming reception hall, giving views to the rear garden.

The adjacent kitchen, with views to the front garden, is fitted on two walls to a modern shaker style with water softener and water filtered three-way tap.

The two principal reception rooms are generously proportioned, with the twin aspect front dining room having oak parquet flooring (underfloor heated) with a staircase to the first floor.

To the rear of the house (south) is the principal reception room, which again gives twin aspect views and access to the rear gardens. This room is subdivided into seating areas with open fire.

Attached to the eastern side of the house is a substantial single storey studio/games room, with rear utility area fitted with units, solid woodwork surfaces and butler sink.

There are also drop-down steps giving access to the boarded loft/store (25ft x 9ft approx.) with lighting and porthole front and rear windows.

The remaining ground floor provides the single garage with rear bathroom and boiler cupboard.

Being purposely designed, the entire single storey part of the house can be easily converted into a self-contained annex.

On the first floor, are three double bedrooms and the family bathroom set around a central landing, and similarly to the ground floor, all the first floor rooms gives delightful views over the gardens.

The house is positioned side on to the minor road and set within its secluded gardens, with ample front parking which also extends to the eastern side of the house.

The private gardens pleasingly extend to all sides, which consist of areas of lawn with hedging and fruit trees and a sheltered rear patio.

Outbuildings include a delightful, detached garden room to the northern boundary having power, with a brick lower level and toughened glass elevations under a slate tiled roof.

To the western side of the house is a range of four timber sheds (with power) and an open timber store.

For more details browse the brochure here or to arrange a viewing, contact estate agents Chapman Stickels Call 01473 372 372 or email [email protected]

*Scroll right on top picture for more images.

Chapman Stickels is a company of independent estate agents established in September 2019, headed by the two founding partners Robert Chapman and Benedict Stickels.

UP CLOSE with partner Robert Chapman talking houses, horses and the Shotley peninsula


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