This charming detached Victorian cottage provides a deceptive level of accommodation retaining features including wooden flooring, red brick fireplace with wood burning stove, whilst enjoying a tucked away setting at the end of a no through lane, within a short walk to the village centre.
Benefitting from oil fired radiator central heating and partial double glazing, the accommodation currently in brief comprises: Entrance door opening to Sitting Room: A charming reception with fireplace and stove, wooden flooring, window to front. Door to Rear Hallway: With window and door to rear, stairs off to first floor.
Dining Room: An ideal room for entertaining with window to front and French doors to rear gardens. Kitchen Breakfast Room: With range of fitted units providing drawer and cupboard space beneath wooden preparation surfaces. Double Belfast style sink and space for range oven. Windows to front and side. Bathroom: With bath, WC, washbasin and windows to rear.
On the first floor are two bedrooms, the largest of which is of a generous size with wooden flooring, built in wardrobe cupboards and window to front.
To the side of the property is an adjoining garage with twin barn style doors. Gated side access leads to the rear gardens which are mostly laid to lawn and include a block paved patio area and wood store.
The cottage enjoys a tucked away setting at the end of a small no through lane, whilst being within a short walk to the village centre and local amenities which include village stores, primary school, parish church, vineyard with restaurant, garden centre and public house. Stanton is a popular village situated approximately 11 miles to the north east of the picturesque cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds and approximately 15 miles from Diss, which provides a main line rail link to London Liverpool Street station.
From Bury St Edmunds proceed north east towards Diss on the A143. Follow the road through Great Barton and Ixworth. As you travel on the A143 through Stanton turn left onto the B1111 towards Barningham, turn right onto Duke Street, then left into Old Barningham Road, where the cottage will be found a short distance further on the left hand side.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired radiator central heating. Council tax band C.