Ms Freeman, Essex
Out of the three agents I saw Abbotts were by far the most professional and comprehensive.
Stoke Ferry lies in a peaceful and tranquil part of the Fens, halfway between the popular towns of Downham Market and Swaffham. Being only a small commute, both towns can offer facilities such as supermarkets, high schools, surgeries, leisure centres, and Downham Market in particular has a main line train station. The village itself offers a primary school, a post office, fish and chip shop, and lots of traditional shops such as the Blacksmiths Shop which has been thriving for over 100 years!
Historically, the building provided an important role within the village as the former Chemist Shop and Tobacconist. Since then, the property still bears the original shop front and sash windows, keeping its unique character. The lounge/diner runs across the whole front of the property, at approximately 22ft, creating a very large living space. A key feature to this room is the wcast iron woodburner!
The compact kitchen situated at the rear of the property is a good use of space for storage, includes a oven/hob, space for a fridge/freezer andplumbing for a dishwasher. There is an excellent view from the kitchen window of All Saints Church, as seen in the photos.
Both bedrooms are a generous size, easily fititng double beds with furniture, and can be found at the front of this exciting property.
There is also a large cloakroom on the ground floor, and the main bathroom on the first floor is made up of a three piece suite with electric shower.
The courtyard at the back of the property is low-maintenance, and is where the oil tank can be found.
This period property will make a quirky and unique home, call now to register your interest!
Available With Zero Deposit
Oil Central Heating
22ft Living Area
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate