4 bedroom Detached house for sale in Bury St. Edmunds
Honington, Bury St. Edmunds
3 Reception Rooms | 4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Offers In Excess Of £550,000
Key FeaturesThis impressive Grade II Listed former farmhouse dates from the 18th century with 19th century additions and is situated in a stunning location with views over open farmland and sits on a plot of approximately an acre (subject to measuring survey). The property has undergone a refurbishment and updating program by the current owners, but still retains beautiful period features such as Victorian fireplaces, sash windows, wooden latch doors and reclaimed radiators. Offering spacious, light and well laid out accommodation that comprises of entrance hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, bespoke re-fitted kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom/boiler room, utility, cellar, four double bedrooms, interconnecting family bathroom and shower room. The property also benefits from extensive front and rear gardens and ample parking. We would strongly recommend a viewing to fully appreciate this unique property and the stunning scenery that surrounds it.
In the owners own words-
This property will particularly appeal to those who have an interest in wildlife. I have been encouraging wildlife into the garden by letting the grass grow and last spring I built a 50sq m wildlife pond which attracted wildlife immediately. Barn Owls sometimes hunt by hopping along the post and rail fence and Tawny owls nest in the oak trees. Butterflies, Bees and Ladybirds have been increasing year on year due to leaving some nettles to grow and the wild grassland. In the Summer Swallows nest in one of the unused farmer owned stables and a Barn Owl nest box is located in another which has been used and is registered with the Suffolk Barn Owl trust, you can hear the Skylarks and on occasion Curlews on the back fields and bats come out of hibernation and hunt around the house. Weasels can be seen out the back rearing their young amongst some rough shrub-land and Hares are all over and are seen every day in the garden.
Opening into the spacious entrance hall.
Door leading out to the rear garden; stairs rising to the first floor; built in cloaks cupboard; under stairs storage cupboard; cupboard housing the fuse box and meters; laminate tile flooring; reclaimed Victorian radiator; doors to the dining room, sitting room and drawing room.
DRAWING ROOM6.10m x 4.88m (20' x 16')
Large sash window to front aspect; sash window to rear aspect; a feature Victorian cast iron fireplace with a decorative marble surround and mantle and slate hearth; exposed stripped wooden floorboards; reclaimed Victorian radiator.
SITTING ROOM5.11m x 4.19m into bay window (16'9" x 13'9" into
A glass panel wooden door with sash windows leading out to the front of the property; a feature Victorian cast iron fireplace with a decorative marble surround and slate hearth; exposed stripped wooden floorboards; exposed ceiling timber.
DINING ROOM4.04m x 3.05m (13'3" x 10' )
Sash window to side aspect; a feature Victorian cast iron fireplace with a decorative marble surround and slate hearth; steps down into an inner hallway.
Door to the cellar, cloakroom/ boiler room, large walk in pantry and kitchen/ breakfast room.
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM4.34m x 3.66m (14'3" x 12')
Double aspect with window to the front and rear; wooden stable door leading to the rear decked area; bespoke hand made kitchen with a range of matching wall and floor mounted units with an extensive work surface covering; ceramic one and half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over; open chimney breast with space for LPG range cooker; extractor fan; tiled flooring; recess lighting; wooden latch door leading into utility room.
UTILITY ROOM2.44m x 2.34m (8' x 7'8" )
Double aspect with windows to the front and side; double size butler sink with mixer tap over; matching wall and floor mounted units; space for upright fridge freezer; tiled flooring.
WALK IN PANTRY2.13m x 1.55m (7' x 5'1")
Shelving and window to side aspect.
CLOAKROOM/ BOILER ROOM3.05m x 2.59m (10' x 8'6")
Grant wall mounted oil fired boiler; low level flush w.c; sink with mixer tap; work surface with cupboards under; cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
CELLAR3.96m x 2.74m (13' x 9')
Steps down leading to a wooden latch door.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR
PART GALLERY LANDING
Loft access; steps up; door leading to an inner landing; window to rear aspect; doors to bedrooms, shower room and bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE5.18m x 4.27m (17' x 14')
Double aspect with sash window to front and rear; a feature Victorian cast iron fireplace with a slate hearth; exposed stripped wooden floorboards.
BEDROOM TWO3.96m x 3.96m (13' x 13')
Sash window to front aspect.
BEDROOM THREE4.27m x 3.18m (14' x 10'5")
Sash window to side aspect with views over fields; a feature Victorian cast iron fireplace with a wooden surround and mantle and slate hearth; two built in cupboards one with shelving and hanging rail.
BEDROOM FOUR4.27m x 3.05m (14' x 10')
Sash window to front aspect; door leading into bathroom.
Interconnecting bathroom; panel bath; wash hand basin with splash back tiling; low level flush w.c; window to rear aspect.
Window to front aspect; walk-in double size fully tiled mains shower; low level flush w.c; pedestal wash hand basin.
The property is approached up a farm track leading to a six bar gate continuing up a driveway to a large gravel area providing ample off road parking. The property sits in an attractive plot of roughly an acre (subject to survey) surrounded by open countryside. A large natural garden area to the front with mature trees; the gravel driveway continues to the rear of the property; terrace area; sunken decked area; lawned area; pond with a decked jetty and water feature; screened oil tank.
West Suffolk Council
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Tax Band G
For sale FREEHOLD with vacant possession upon completion.
Mains services are connected including water and electricity. Cesspit drainage.
By appointment with the Sole agents Marshall Buck & Casson tel: 01284 705505.