This impressive detached Grade II listed 4 bedroom period home is situated within easy walking distance of Stowmarket town centre and is believed to date from the 15th and 16th century. Having originally been 2 cottages which have been joined to offer a single property providing a beautiful character home with spacious accommodation enjoying a host of exposed timber, beautiful inglenook fireplaces and a mature rear garden of approximately 80 foot. There is easy access to the A14 dual carriageway and the property is a short walk to Stowmarket main line railway station. Offered for sale with vacant possession and No Onward Chain the agents would recommend an internal inspection to fully appreciate the outstanding accommodation on offer. Entrance Hall: With exposed timber floor, steps into breakfast room and door into: Dining Room: With window to front aspect, feature inglenook fireplace with brick hearth, large alcove storage cupboard, exposed timber floor. Breakfast Room: With window to rear aspect, feature fireplace with wooden surround, radiator, exposed timbers, enclosed staircase to first floor, steps to utility, and arch to Kitchen, and opening into: Study: With window to rear aspect, radiator, shelving, small loft hatch. Utility Room: With window to side and door to garden. Wall hung gas boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, radiator, inset lighting. Kitchen: With window to rear aspect, space for electric cooker with feature arch brickwork surround, range of high and low level traditional style fitted units with solid oak work surfaces, double butler sink with mixer tap, radiator, steps to: Inner Lobby: With radiator, enclosed staircase to first floor with cupboard under, doors to Lounge and Bathroom. Lounge: With window and door to front aspect, large inglenook fireplace with brick and tiled hearth, 2 radiators, exposed timbers. Bathroom: With window to rear aspect, traditional style suite comprising of roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal washbasin, low level WC, radiator, generously tiled walls, tiled floor. First Landing: A small landing area with access to Bedrooms 1 and 3. Bedroom 1: An impressive room with window to front aspect, feature brick fireplace, vaulted ceiling, 2 radiators, corner alcove wardrobe, steps up to Bedroom 2's second doorway. Bedroom 3: With window to rear aspect, radiator, vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers. Second Landing: With window to side aspect, stairs leading down to Inner Lobby, door into: Bedroom 2: With window to front aspect, radiator, exposed timbers, inset lighting, door to second landing. Bedroom 4: With window to side aspect, radiator, small loft access, exposed timbers. Outside: The garden is entirely to the rear of the property and as aforementioned measure approximately 80'. Being fully enclosed the garden incorporates paved areas, lawn, a number of trees, flower and shrub borders. Agents Note: There is no rear or side access to the garden.
Bury Street
Guide £320,000 Bedrooms 4 I Receptions 3 I Bathrooms 1 This impressive detached Grade II listed 4 bedroom period home is situated within easy walking distance of Stowmarket town centre and is believed to date from the 15th and 16th centuries. beautiful character home with spacious accommodation and a mature rear garden of approximately 80 feet. Contact us for more information
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