A SUBSTANTIAL, EXTENSIVELY REMODELLED FAMILY HOME HOME ON THE EDGE OF AN ATTRACTIVE VILLAGE GREEN WITH PERIOD DETAILS
Located in a quiet edge-of-village setting and in an elevated position with views overlooking the village green, Cleveland House is a recently extended and refurbished country family home retaining many period features at its Edwardian core. Of particular note is its distinctive wrought ironwork, upcycled from Diss railway station, fashioned to create an impressive open veranda with wide balcony above offering a unique vantage point and ideal for entertaining. With its excellent proportions, including a generous quadruple aspect modern living space in the newly extended wing and symmetrical arrangement in the original footprint of the property, the accommodation is laid out around a central reception hall and remodelled open-plan kitchen/breakfast room with island. The property further comprises four bedrooms (two vaulted and one with a mezzanine space), two en-suites, family bathroom, ground floor wet room, three reception rooms and a separate outhouse configured as a utility room with cloakroom. In addition to what is a very practical layout, the house boasts beautiful period details that include original cast iron working fireplaces and pamment floor.
The property has the advantage of dual gated access gravelled driveway to the front and paved to the rear providing secure and extensive parking. In all, private grounds extend to approximately 0.20 acres (subject to survey) with the garden laid principally to lawn incorporating a red brick wishing well, a variety of mature specimen trees and far-reaching scenic views across farmland to the rear with big Suffolk skies complementing the front quintessential village green aspect.