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TENANT INFORMATION

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A refundable holding deposit (up to 1 week's rent)

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Interest, at a rate of up to 3% above the Bank of England's base rate, for late payment of rent (which is more than 14 days overdue)

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Price/m²: £8,278
Floor Area: 90m²
Description:
A substantial Grade II* listed house, with large gardens and off-road parking, situated within this well-regarded village.

RECEPTION HALL | DINING ROOM | SITTING ROOM | STUDY | KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM | CELLAR | 4/5 FIRST FLOOR BEDROOMS | 3 BATHROOMS | 2/3 ATTIC BEDROOMS | OFF-ROAD PARKING | ALL IN 0.28-ACRE

Situated in the heart of this well-regarded village, Hamblyn House is an attractive Grade II* listed house, rich in history, dating date back to the mid-17th-century. The property was part rebuilt in 1720, with later alterations in the 19th and 20th-century and an attractive 18th-century Flemish bond gable wall.

Formerly a mill owners residence and shop, in later years serving the village as a hotel and public house and bed-and-breakfast, the property offers substantial and versatile living space, extending to around 5,000ft2 of well-proportioned accommodation, graced with many notable features, with a fine exposed timber-frame, inglenook fireplaces and lead-light windows.

The accommodation comprises a large reception hall with stone flooring, internal lead-light windows to the reception rooms and door to the garden. The dining room is an elegant room, with generous ceiling height and fireplace housing a wood-burning stove. The main sitting room enjoys a double aspect, with both stone and wooden floors, together with inglenook fireplace with wood-burning stove.

There is a further hallway giving access to a ‘his and hers’ cloakrooms retained from the original public house, and a study/reception room with attractive red-brick fireplace and wood-burning stove.

The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with an extensive range of base and eye level units with preparation worktops, tiled floors, island unit, pantry (former entrance) and space for a large breakfast table by the fireplace. From the kitchen is access to an excellent cellar with standing headroom.

On the first floor is a large landing area, enjoying a double aspect, and providing access to the principal bedrooms, with two large double rooms to the front, with en suite shower rooms to both. There is a further double bedroom served by a family bathroom, together with a ‘self-contained’ suite/annexe which could be either two bedrooms and bathroom, but works very well as a sitting room, bedroom and bathroom.

The second floor has more versatile living space, with two interconnecting bedrooms, a third attic bedroom, box room and bathroom as well as more conventional attic storage space.

Outside
The grounds of Hamblyn House are particularly attractive and well-kept. To the south-west is a driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles with further parking to the immediate south of the house.

The back garden has a large block-paved terrace, a useful outbuilding, all with a number of well-stocked beds leading to a lawned garden, abundant in colour with a variety of flower beds, shrubs and trees, with a large kitchen garden accessed through a hedge opening, with lawned area, beds and garden shed.

Services
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil-fired heating.
BT infinity Superfast available.

Mid-Suffolk District Council Band: G

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Location
The property is pleasantly situated facing south in a prominent village-centre setting. Rickinghall is a thriving village providing an excellent level of local facilities including a Co-op, shops, public houses, primary school and church. The village is conveniently positioned for access to the market town of Diss, with its mainline rail link to London.

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Date Listing Posted: 17/09/2020
Updated: 12/10/2020
Days on market: 25

7 Bedroom Detached For Sale

Rickinghall, Norfolk

£745,000 Guide Price

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Bedfords - Bury St Edmunds Estate Agent in ,
15 Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds
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Nearby Stations
Diss Station - 2.23 miles Eccles Road Station - 7.72 miles Harling Road Station - 8.61 miles Attleborough Station - 9.67 miles
Nearby Schools
Roydon Primary School - 0.82 miles Bressingham Primary School - 1.19 miles Diss Church of England Junior Academy - 1.72 miles Palgrave Church of England Primary School - 1.74 miles
Estimated running costs:
Mortgage £2,674
Energy £130
Water £175
Broadband £30
Home insurance £13
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