4 bedroom semi-detached house to buy in Bury St. Edmunds
York Road, Bury St. Edmunds, IP33 3EQ
4 Bedrooms | 2 Reception Rooms | 2 Bathrooms
Offers In Excess Of £525,000
Key FeaturesSituated on one of the most sought after roads in Bury St Edmunds is this extended period four bedroom semi detached home which offers spacious and well laid out accommodation consisting of Entrance hall, Study/ Snug, Sitting Room, open plan Kitchen/ Dining Room, Cloakroom, converted Basement making Bedroom Four, three further Bedrooms with En-Suite to the master as well as family Bathroom. A stunning attribute to the property is its substantial garden with raised deck as well as a Summer House.
We would strongly recommend a viewing of this property to fully appreciate its location and proximity to the town centre as well as its beautiful accommodation and its sizeable plot.
Opening into the entrance hall.
With original hallway arch and moulding leading into the sitting room; door into the snug/ office.
SNUG/ OFFICE3.66m x 3.38m (12' x 11'1")
An attractive bay window to front aspect; chimney breast (currently not in use).
SITTING ROOM4.80m x 4.34m including the stairs (15'9" x 14'3"
A beautifully light and airy room; stairs rising to the first floor; a feature Victorian open fireplace set in a decorative hearth with wooden mantle and surround; window to side aspect; opening into the open plan kitchen/ dining room; door into the cellar/ Bedroom Four; door into kitchen/ dining room.
KITCHEN / DINING ROOM5.18m x 4.72m maximum measurement (17' x 15'6" ma
The hub of the home with a bespoke handmade oak kitchen with wall and floor mounted units with local oak worktops covering; butler sink with mixer tap; six ring gas range cooker with extractor fan over; contemporary radiators; Velux roof windows in the part vaulted ceiling making this a light and airy room. Large bi-fold doors in the dining room area opening out to a raised deck area with fantastic views over the rear garden; door to cloakroom/ utility room.
CLOAKROOM/ UTILITY ROOM
Low level flush WC; wash hand basin unit; space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer; frosted window to rear aspect.
CELLAR/ BEDROOM FOUR4.57m x 3.96m (15' x 13')
Fully converted; fire escape window; a feature built in oak worktop with drawers.
Loft access; doors to the bedrooms and bathroom.
BEDROOM ONE3.40m x 3.15m to wardrobe face (11'2 x 10'4" to wa
Window to rear aspect; contemporary floor to ceiling mirror fronted built in wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving; door leading into the en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
A contemporary style with fully tiled mains shower cubicle with Victorian style fittings; vanity unit housing the wash hand basin and low level flush WC; part tiled walls; extractor fan; wall mounted heated towel rail.
BEDROOM TWO3.15m x 3.35m into chimney recess (10'4" x 11' int
Window to front aspect.
BEDROOM THREE2.24m x 2.01m (7'4" x 6'7")
Currently used as a dressing room; fitted with shelving and hanging rails; window to front aspect.
Window to rear aspect; white suite comprising of roll top bath with claw feet and shower attachment, low level flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with splashback tiling; wall mounted heated towel rail; cupboard.
The property is approached through wrought iron gates with one pathway leading up to the front door and another leading up to a side gate leading round to the rear garden. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn. The rear garden as a great attribute to the property; a gravel pathway that leads from the front of the property; raised wooden deck area perfect for alfresco dining; with useful storage underneath; steps down to the garden approximately 50m in length (subject to survey); lawned area with beds and borders; enclosed by wicker fencing; a pathway leads into the lower section of the garden which is mainly laid to lawn; summer house with wooden deck area.
SUMMER HOUSE5.49m x 2.29m (18' x 7'6")
Double patio doors; window to rear aspect; power and light connected; ideal for home office or studio.
BURY ST EDMUNDS
Bury St. Edmunds is one of Suffolk's most attractive market towns and it affords excellent educational, recreational and cultural amenities including the Abbey Gardens and its ruins, the Theatre Royal, Art Gallery and Cathedral Church of St. James together with extensive shopping facilities, including the new Arc shopping centre. The A14 trunk road gives fast access to Ipswich, the east coast, Cambridge, the Midlands, Stansted Airport and London via the M11 and there is also an indirect rail connection to London.
West Suffolk Council
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Tax Band C
Mains services are connected including gas, water, electricity and drainage.
For sale FREEHOLD with vacant possession upon completion.
By appointment with the Sole agents Marshall Buck & Casson