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A gorgeous listed thatched cottage could be yours for £675,000

PUBLISHED: 09:30 27 November 2018 | UPDATED: 17:04 27 November 2018

The Street, Raydon Picture: FENNWRIGHT

The Street, Raydon Picture: FENNWRIGHT

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Take a look at this stunning three-bedroom home which is set within half an acre of grounds.

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Ruggs Hall is a Grade II listed cottage located in The Street, Raydon and it is on the market for £675,000.

Parts of the original building date from the 16th century and it features stunning exposed beams.

The residence benefits from an entrance porch which leads into a dining hall with a large 16ft by 12ft sitting room off to the right.

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The kitchen is hand-crafted with painted wood units topped with extensive granite work surfaces. It offers a traditional butler sink dresser-style unit with glass-fronted display cabinets plus modern touches including an integrated dishwasher. It also offers a small dining area, ideal for breakfast.

To the rear of the house there is a large family room with bi-folding doors to the rear garden leading onto a patio.

The patio offers views right across the extensive gardens, which boast mature shrubs, a vegetable plot, summer house and two garden sheds

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Taking a look upstairs the property has three bedrooms.

The master bedroom enjoys views across the rear garden and has a range of built-in wardrobes.

There are two further good sized bedrooms, with exposed beams and a family bathroom. 
Guests enter the property via electric gates and there is a gravelled driveway leading up to the front of the house. There is a garage plus plenty of parking and space for turning.

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Could this be your next move?

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