2, Red House Cottages, Church Ln, Hemingstone, Ipswich IP6 9RQ, UK
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A charming semi-detached cottage within attractive landscaped gardens and with the benefit of a traditional style outbuilding suitable for a variety of uses. The cottage is located on the outskirts
of the popular village of Hemingstone with attractive rural views.
The accommodation includes a sitting room, with fireplace and wood burning stove, there is an opening through to the kitchen which is fitted with a range of wall and base units and a range style cooker set into the chimney breast. From the kitchen double doors lead out to a lean to attached to the rear. Also on the ground floor is the bathroom, fitted with a bath, with shower over, washbasin and WC.
Stairs lead to a first floor landing with a window overlooking the rear and doors to the two well proportioned double bedrooms each with windows to the front and rear providing attractive rural views.
The delightful cottage gardens have various thoughtfully planted borders, a large circular raised bed and lawns. Adjacent to the house is an area for entertaining with a paved seating area and a brick built pizza oven. There is a wonderful, traditionally built outbuilding (15'6 x 11'6) with potential for a variety of uses. Of oak framed, wattle and daub construction the building has oak double doors, an oak pedestrian door, a large window and feature bottle glass window. Adjacent to the outbuilding is a large off road parking area from where a meandering path leads to the rear of the cottage.
The sought after village of Hemingstone is located approximately six miles North of Ipswich. Local schooling can be found nearby, including the sought-after Henley School. The nearby village of Coddenham has a community shop for everyday shopping needs.. For the commuter, mainline railway services can be found in Ipswich and the A140 and the A14 are also within easy travelling distance. Ipswich has a comprehensive range of educational, commercial and recreational facilities and a main line railway station with journey time to excellent link to London Liverpool Street of about 65 minutes. The town has a wide variety of shops, restaurants, bars, two multi screen cinemas, music & entertainment venues and many sports clubs and societies. The Waterfront has an excellent marina, recently built high tech University and college, restaurants and bars.
Mains electricity and water, sewerage treatment plant and electric heating.
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