Friday, 17 May 2013

House and cottage, Suffolk villages

I said I'd travel South this week and here are a couple of sweet little Suffolk gems.
First the Victorian three-bed terraced, above, in the villages (yes, it's plural) of Rickinghall.
Regular Wreck-ites will know that I don't pick a terraced property unless there's something special about it.
In this case it's the nice-sized rooms and period stuff running through the house - fireplaces, cornicing, floorboards. And a cute garden. With sheds. I like sheds. Here's a trio of pix...




It's on the market through Lacy, Scott & Knight at £125k. Details here and pdf here.
In a similar vein, and also at offers around £125k, is the end cottage below, in the village of Stowupland.


Two-bedrooms, period details that include a cast-iron inglenook fireplace in the kitchen (presumably behind all the white goods in the picture) and an enormous garden just begging to be exended into.





It's on the market through Bucks Property Agents - more details here and more pictures here.