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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 19 625000David Burr Estate Agents, Bury St. Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Entrance into;  

RECEPTION HALL: A welcoming entrance with stairs to the first floor. Tiled flooring. Doors to; 

CLOAKROOM: White suite comprising W.C, hand wash basin with storage under. Tiled flooring. Heated towel rail. Frosted window to side aspect. 

SITTING ROOM: A light and airy space with window to front aspect and sliding door to rear opening onto a terrace. Feature inset wood burning stove on stone hearth with stone mantle over. 

DINING ROOM: Making the link between the reception hall and the garden room, this room contributes to the free flowing nature of the ground floor accommodation and benefits from double doors to the reception hall and sliding door into the garden room. 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Fitted with a matching range of wall and base units with granite worktops over, inset 1½ bowl sink unit with stainless steel drainer and mixer tap. Integrated appliances include Rangemaster stove and dishwasher. Tiled splashbacks and tiled flooring. Window to front aspect. Breakfast area with bi-fold to garden room. 

GARDEN ROOM: A delightful area with views to garden and countryside beyond, this space offers glass on three sides as well as glass roof making for a light and airy space. French doors to side opening onto the terrace as well as additional personal door to the other side. 

UTILITY ROOM: Accessed via a door from the kitchen/breakfast again fitted with a matching range of wall and base units with inset stainless steel sink, drainer and mixer tap. Space for fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Also housing the water softener and oil fired boiler. Cloaks hanging space. Access to loft. Window to front aspect. 

First floor  

LANDING: With window to front aspect. Door to airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and doors to. 

MASTER BEDROOM: A double room with window to side aspect. Built-in wardrobes. Door to; 

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: White suite comprising WC, hand wash basin and tiled shower cubicle. Built-in shelving unit. Heated towel rail. Tiled flooring. Extractor. Window to rear aspect. 

BEDROOM 2: Another double room with window to front aspect. Built-in wardrobes. 

BEDROOM 3: Another double room with window to front aspect. Built-in wardrobe. 

BEDROOM 4: Another double room with window to side aspect. 

FAMILY BATHROOM: White suite comprising W.C., hand wash basin, panelled bath and tiled shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Built-in shelving units. Window to rear aspect. 

Outside The property is situated in a tucked-away location and is accessed via a private road which in turn leads to a parking area with five bar gate offering off road parking as well as giving access to the DOUBLE DETACHED GARAGE with up and over door, inspection pit and personal door to side. In addition is the generous detached outbuilding ideal for a variety of uses with two windows already fitted to the side making for an ideal conversion for additional accommodation (subject to the relevant planning permissions). There is also a further barn which benefits from characterful oak beams internally, again giving the benefit of added storage, or indeed the opportunity for conversion or renovation to create a substantial home complex.

The formal gardens wrap around the front, side and rear of the property and are predominantly lawned as well as interspersed with flower and shrub borders as well as specimen trees. There is also a terrace abutting the rear of the property, from which the attractive far reaching countryside views can be enjoyed. Boundaries area clearly defined by fencing and hedging for the most part. 


3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 9 220000haart, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

With extra room downstairs, a garage and parking, this chain free home is a great size and is waiting for new owners to put their stamp on it. Don't miss out, call now


Entrance Porch 
Entrance door. UPVC double glazed window to side aspect. Door to sitting room. Door to cloakroom.

Cloakroom 
With UPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Low level WC. Wash hand basin.

Sitting Room/Diner 
11'6" min 22'4" max x 19'4" (3.51m/6.81m x 5.89m)
UPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Patio doors to rear aspect. Two radiators. Open to kitchen.

Study 
7'9" x 10'4" (2.36m x 3.15m)

Kitchen 
7'2" x 7'5" (2.18m x 2.26m)
Wall mounted units and work surfaces with units under. Tiled splash backs. Stainless steel inset drainer with mixer tap over. Space for electric cooker. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.

First Floor Landing 

Master Bedroom 
8'9" x 11'9" (2.67m x 3.58m)
UPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Radiator.

Bedroom Two 
9'2" x 9'6" (2.79m x 2.9m)
UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator.

Bedroom Three 
7'11" x 11'6" (2.41m x 3.51m)
UPVC double glazed window to front aspect. Radiator.

Separate WC 
With low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin.

Bathroom 
With UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator. Panelled bath. Tiled splash backs. Low level WC.

Outside 
To the front is a driveway providing off road parking and a pathway leading to the front door. The rear garden has a lawn area, is enclosed by walling and fencing and has gated access to the rear to the garage. The garage is en-bloc to the rear of the property.

Agents Note 
The property has solar panels.

Directions 
Proceed out of Bury along the A143 towards Thetford and at the last roundabout turn right signposted to Great Livermere. Turn left signposted to Great Livermere and proceed into the village where the property can be found on the right.

Viewing 
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4 Bedroom Link Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom link detached house for sale 14 475000David Burr Estate Agents, Bury St. Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Entrance via entrance lobby into:  

ENTRANCE HALL A spacious and welcoming area with stairs rising to the first floor 

SITTING ROOM A light, double aspect room enjoying the backdrop of the church. 

OFFICE/PLAYROOM With outlook towards the church 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Extensively fitted with a range of units under worktops with a 1.5 bowl sink and drainer inset. Appliances include an Aga with dual hotplates, integrated oven and 4 ring hob, integrated dishwasher and fridge. A breakfast bar leads through to the:- 

DINING ROOM With pantry cupboard and large skylight, in turn leading to the 

GARDEN ROOM A delightful room enjoying views over the rear garden and with French doors opening to the terrace. 

UTILITY With further units, sink, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge/freezer and boiler serving radiators. 

SHOWER ROOM With W.C, wash basin and tiled shower cubicle 

First Floor  

BEDROOM 1 A lovely light room with fitted wardrobes and stunning view of the church. 

EN SUITE Fitted with a W.C, wash basin, bath and shower cubicle. 

BEDROOM 2 Another light, double aspect room with fitted wardrobe and view of the church 

BEDROOM 3 Double aspect with storage cupboard 

BEDROOM 4 With airing cupboard, sink and view over the rear garden. 

SHOWER ROOM Tastefully fitted with a white W.C, wash basin and shower cubicle. 

OUTSIDE The property is situated in a quiet location at the end of a no through lane leading to the village church. Parking is to the front leading to a double garage with light and power connected. The rear gardens are an asset to the property divided into formal gardens and a kitchen garden. The formal gardens offer an extensively paved terrace leading to the lawn flanked by mature beds, borders trees and shrubs with a large potting shed, herb garden and storage area. To the side of the property are 3 x 1500 litre rainwater tanks used to provide recycled water to the toilets, pond and irrigation. Beyond the formal gardens is the kitchen garden featuring thoughtfully laid out raised vegetable beds incorporating asparagus and rhubarb, raspberries, strawberries and blackberries and assorted fruit trees including apple, plumb, fig and walnut. 


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 13 1635000Jackson-Stops - Bury St. Edmundsonthemarket
A beautifully presented and much improved modern Georgian style detached house, standing in an attractive corner position with large picturesque gardens, within this highly regarded village.

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, sun room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility and cloakroom.
Four first floor double bedrooms, two en-suite bath/shower rooms and a family bathroom.

Driveway and parking, double garage, garden office/studio and front and rear gardens


Beautifully presented modern Georgian style family home
Attractive corner position with large gardens
Highly regarded village location
Four reception rooms
Four double bedrooms
Three bath/shower rooms
Garden office/Studio outbuilding
Driveway and parking
Double garage
Front and rear gardens
4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 12 1635000Jackson-Stops, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully presented and much improved modern Georgian style detached house, standing in an attractive corner position with large picturesque gardens, within this highly regarded village.

Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, sun room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility and cloakroom.
Four first floor double bedrooms, two en-suite bath/shower rooms and a family bathroom.

Driveway and parking, double garage, garden office/studio and front and rear gardens


3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
3 bedroom cottage for sale 20 385000Fine & Country, Bury St. Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

THE STREET A rather special and generously proportioned 17th Century detached cottage occupying a prominent position within the heart of this popular village location. The property has been greatly improved and offers an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, family room, kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are delightful cottage gardens to two sides and off road parking. 

SELLER'S INSIGHT I originally purchased the cottage because it is full of character, with lots of potential to enjoy the old style, yet benefit from modern living and I will certainly miss the quirky cosiness with enough room to breathe and lots of light!

I love the garden / dining room as you can open the bi-fold door and bring the garden in. another note is sitting outside on a summer's evening as the swallows nose-dive the courtyard - spectacular! I love the sitting room in the winter, it is so cosy with log burner glowing and a good book. The master bedroom is lovely too and on my day off, it's nice to just sip a cup of tea in bed and look out to the sky and wonderful view of St Mary's spire.

During my ownership I have added replacement double glazed windows & doors. Solid oak gates to front & side. 'Hammonds' bespoke wardrobes in bedrooms. New Kitchen 2019. Redesigned courtyard garden with private soakaway to preserve old property against climate change and any increase in water levels created by new houses in The Street.

The Village has a shop, pub, church, and bus stop all in close walking distance. Also, near to Bury St Edmunds town with all the amenities, restaurants & entertainment. Great access (within minutes) to A12, A14, A143, A134 and yet the countryside and woods are on my doorstep, with the Suffolk coast (Felixstowe) just 40 minutes away.

The time has come for me to move to an area, much closer to work with a shorter commute.


 

STEP INSIDE A timber door opens to the Entrance Hall with doors either side. The Sitting Room is dual aspect and has a log burning stove and door leading to the garden.

The Family Room is dual aspect with a fireplace and leads to the Inner Hallway with an English Elm staircase and access to the Utility Room. The kitchen was recently re-fitted with a range of matching wall and base units, work surfaces and complementary tiling. built in appliances include an electric oven, hob and dishwasher. There is a door to the garden and access to the Lobby with Oil fired boiler and door to the Cloakroom. An opening leads through to the Dining / Garden Room with exposed timbers and bi-fold door opening to the garden, flooding the space with natural light.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms, all of which have fitted 'Hammond' wardrobes and there is a modern Shower Room with a three piece suite.  

STEP OUTSIDE To the front, double oak gates provide privacy and open in to the delightful cottage garden with three entrances to the inside of the cottage. The garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind and is laid to decorative shingle with mature flowering shrubs and climbers.

To the side there is a further garden area laid to decorative stones with flowering shrubs and hard standing providing parking. A gate leads to the private cottage garden. 

LOCATION Pakenham is a small village with local amenities including stores/post office, parish church, Village hall, village public house and best known for its two historic mills, a Watermill and Windmill. This property is approximately seven miles to the north east of the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds and provides excellent access to the A14 dual carriageway linking the east coast ports, Newmarket, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway. 


House For Sale
House for sale 36 529950Whatley Lane, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

STYLISHLY EXTENDED AND COMPLETELY REFURBISHED, THIS PERIOD FAMILY HOME EXUDES COUNTRY CHIC
Positioned in the centre of its plot this former village post office conversion with 17th century origins has undergone a complete and innovative renovation by its current owners. Keen to pay hommage to its earlier roots and what was clearly once a dwelling of high status as denoted by the first floor fireplaces, wherever possible the impressive timber-framed core has been sensitively exposed and blends well with modern newly fashioned open-plan interiors. High ceilings and engineered oak floors throughout create a seamless flow of interconnecting living spaces. The house has been thoroughly refurbished behind the scenes, with completely modern electric and plumbing systems – lighting played an important role in the design. Of particular note is the flat roof garden room extension with glazed atrium and bi-folding doors, exposed red brick chimney breasts, lofty vaulted bedrooms (one with mezzanine), beautifully designed kitchen, sumptuously appointed family bathroom and thoughtfully crafted bespoke storage cabinetry. Creatively adapted to suit ground floor multi-generational annexe living, there is a useful large utility room in addition to a study and conservatory.
Approached via an extensive block paved driveway providing ample off-road parking and with a substantial handcrafted oak porch to welcome you. Predominantly laid to lawn, the garden is fully enclosed with high closeboarded fencing and landscaped to include a sunken terrace with railway sleepers and a further south-facing sun terrace. There are a series of mature trees and gated street access. Garden shed.

LOCATION:

Glebe Cottage is situated in the heart of the attractive and unspoilt village of Troston – seven miles to the north east of Bury St. Edmunds, nine miles to the south of Thetford and only two miles to the west of thriving Ixworth village which provides an excellent range of everyday amenities, including: a large general store, historic village inns and GP surgery. The surrounding countryside is ideal for rambling, cycling and riding. Heath Woods, on the outskirts of Troston, is a well-preserved woodland and the Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Knettishall Heath Country Park is approximately seven miles to the north east. Refer to ‘Discover Suffolk’ section for a more detailed area profile.

FULL DETAILS:

GLEBE COTTAGE offers substantial and flexible open-plan accommodation measuring approximately 1976 sq ft (183.6 sq m) behind its red brick and quoin façade. This home will likely appeal to a broad range of buyers, whether downsizers, a growing family or even multigenerational annexe living with the easily subdivided linkway converting two and three bedroom accommodation respectively – all who seek the peace and tranquillity of country living while close to good communication links.

GROUND FLOOR:

Reception Hall / Boot Room - 3.7 x 3.3 (12'1" x 10'9") - A beautiful and welcoming solid oak frame and tiled entrance porch handcrafted with dowel pegs and crowned by a sculpted owl finial with up and down lighting. A modern solid oak door with full length privacy glazing panels either side opens into a spacious and inviting Reception Hall. A linkway connects the extended wing to the historic core. Stairs rise to the First Floor with a range of bespoke cabinetry beneath to provide useful seating and boot room storage. Engineered oak floor. Designer full height radiator.

Cloakroom - With privacy window to side aspect. White suite comprising: low level wc and wall-mounted wash basin. Wainscot. Victorian geometric floor tiles. Heated towel rail.

Dining Room - 3.60 x 2.25 (11'9" x 7'4") - Light dual aspect space with large four casement fenestration to front garden aspect. Stunning exposed timber-frame and studwork. Phone point. Engineered oak floor. Radiator.

Open-Plan Living Room - 4.70 x 4.38 (15'5" x 14'4") - Double windows to front garden aspect. A wealth of exposed timbers. A focal point of the thoughtfully designed interiors with its striking chimney breast centrepiece with a wood burning stove resting on a stone hearth. High level TV point. Decorative wood mantle. Door to Conservatory. Engineered oak floor. Radiator.

Kitchen - 4.09 x 3.69 (13'5" x 12'1") - High specification kitchen is the epitome of ‘country chic’ with double windows to rear aspect and former fireplace recess with metro tile splashbacks and oak bressummer. Extensively fitted with a range of shaker style wall and base units painted in heritage sage beneath quartz steel worktops with a Belfast sink and mixer tap inset. U-shaped in design with curved cabinetry, deep pan drawers, soft-closing and intelligent extendable corner shelving systems. High quality integrated appliances include: Smeg dual fuel range cooker with six burners, two grills and two ovens; CDA ten bottle wine cooler; eye level AEG microwave with grill; Zanussi full height double door fridge/freezer and AEG full size dishwasher. Cupboard housing combi-boiler. Recessed lighting. Engineered wood floor. Designer radiator.

Conservatory - 3.39 x 2.57 (11'1" x 8'5") - South-facing fenestration to front, side and rear garden aspect. French doors lead to sun terrace. Terracotta floor tiles.

AGENT’S NOTE: Planning consent has been granted by St. Edmundsbury Borough Council under Application No: DC/18/0288/FUL for the replacement of the existing conservatory with a single storey extension. Full details available

Study (Shower Room) - Window to side aspect.

AGENT’S NOTE: Plumbing and waste outlets are concealed in Study ripe for ground floor shower room conversion to serve ground floor bedrooms, if required.

Inner Hall - Step up to stable style door, forming the newly conceived linkway connecting the extended wing to the historic core. Window to side aspect and part-glazed panelled door to sun terrace. Engineered oak floor.

Family Room - 4.70 x 4.38 (15'5" x 14'4") - A stunning beautifully designed modern addition to this home, part of the stylish flat roof timber clad extension, is the garden room / orangery. Focal points include a glazed atrium, triple zinc framed bi-folding doors, white washed pine walls reclaimed from an old school and Indian sandstone floor tiles that bring the outside in with the same motif leading to a sunken garden terrace. Recessed lighting. Electric radiator.

Utility Room - 3.81 x 1.85 (12'5" x 6'0") - A usefully large utility room with window to rear garden aspect fitted with a range of matt painted base and wall units to provide glazed display cabinets in addition to drawer and cupboard storage. Oak preparation surfaces with circular sink and mixer tap inset. Integrated below counter fridge and AEG washer/dryer. Pressurised hot water system. Engineered oak floor.

Bedroom Four - 3.15 x 2.72 (10'4" x 8'11") - Windows to front aspect. Exposed studwork. Wood floor. Electric radiator.

Bedroom Five - 3.15 x 2.72 (10'4" x 8'11") - Currently used as the playroom with double windows to side aspect. Recessed lighting. Electric radiator.

FIRST FLOOR:

Large Landing - 3.5 x 2.9 (11'5" x 9'6") - Enchanting exposed timber-frame with a central staircase. Window to rear garden aspect. Loft hatch. Doors to:

Bedroom One - 4.84 x 3.88 (15'10" x 12'8") - Light and airy vaulted master bedroom with dual aspect feature gable window and double windows to front garden view. Delightful exposed tie beams complement the exposed period red brick chimney breast with original feature iron basket fireplace. Bespoke built-in wardrobe system with central TV point and a range of display shelving, drawers and hanging rails. Spilt level with part wood floor. Two radiators.

Bedroom Two - 3.62 x 2.55 (11'10" x 8'4") - A further dual aspect vaulted bedroom with gable feature window and window to garden view. Pull-down ladder to galleried mezzanine floor. Exposed studwork and red brick chimney breast. TV point. Radiator.

Bedroom Three - 3.23 x 2.80 (10'7" x 9'2") - Windows to front garden aspect. Wood floor.

Family Bathroom - 3.50 x 1.90 (11'5" x 6'2") - A sumptuously appointed family bathroom suite with window to side aspect, comprising: low level wc, custom feature rustic oak pedestal with basin and mixer tap, freestanding bath with concealed mixer tap and shower attachment, large double tray walk-in shower with concealed taps, rain shower, shower attachment, sliding doors and screen. Exposed beam. Recessed lighting. Extractor fan. Full height heated towel rail. Combination of large wall tiles, metro tiles and Victorian geometric floor tiles.

OUTSIDE:

Glebe cottage is situated in the heart of the attractive and unspoilt village of Troston in semi-rural location convenient for Bury St. Edmunds seven miles to the south.

PARKING
Accessed via an unadopted road which leads to the Old Rectory beyond, there is an extensive block paved area to the front approach providing off-road parking for several vehicles. A large welcoming traditional handcrafted and illuminated solid oak framed porch; ideal shelter from the elements.

GARDENS
The cottage stands relatively central on its plot and the garden wraps around to the front, side and rear. Predominantly laid to lawn with a south-facing sun terrace adjacent to the conservatory– the perfect al fresco seating area – in addition to a sunken terrace accessed by bi-folding doors from the garden room / orangery. The property boundary is enclosed by high closeboarded fencing to create a good degree of privacy. Elsewhere a hedgerow and mature trees enhance the soft landscaping. Garden shed. Three gates: two leading to the parking area and a further provides street access.

All in, private grounds extend to one fifth of an acre (sts).

PROVENANCE:

The first signs of human occupation in Troston occur in the early Anglo Saxon period with a pagan burial ground found in the River Blackbourne valley and it is possible the people who first settled in Troston arrived that way (c.450-500AD).

There are 17 listed buildings including the magnificent neighbouring old rectory and adjacent converted Wesleyan Chapel. Troston Hall to the south of the village is a majestic 16th century manor house.

Although there was a much earlier high status dwelling with evidence of the 17th century timber-frame core, the present Glebe Cottage was largely remodelled with a later gable end. In more recent years the property was occupied by the village post office and converted back to a dwelling in the 20th century.

Nearby Heath Woods was bequeathed to the village in 1807 and today is maintained by local volunteers to create an environmental space to explore and enjoy, including a bee apiary and woodland sculptures; ideal for dog walking.

Notable village residents include Edward Capell (18th century Shakespearian critic), Capel Lofft (18th century lawyer, politician, writer and astronomer), and the Claas family (multi-national farm machinery manufacturers in Saxham).

GENERAL INFORMATION:

TENURE
The property is offered freehold for sale by private treaty with vacant possession upon completion.

SERVICES
Mains water and electricity. High speed broadband available. Mains drainage. Gas-fired central heating (LPG)
AGENT’S NOTE: Services not tested.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
St. Edmundsbury District Council )
Tax band E – £2,115.14 (2019/2020)

RIGHTS OF WAY, WAYLEAVES & EASEMENTS
The sale is subject to all rights or support, public and private rights of way, water light, drainage and other easements, quasi-easements and wayleaves, all or any other lights rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

DIRECTIONS (IP31 1ET):
From London/Cambridge/Bury St. Edmunds (by car) exit the M11 at Junction 9 and take the A11 towards Newmarket. Continue on the A14 towards Bury St. Edmunds. Exit the A14 at Junction 43, signposted ‘Bury St. Edmunds Central’. Take the A134 towards Fornham and turn right at the roundabout signposted Great Barton B1106. After the humpback bridge turn left signposted Great Livermere. Continue along passing through Great Livermere until reaching Troston. Turn right into The Street with The Bull pub on your right and Glebe Cottage can be found 100 metres on the left hand side marked by our For Sale board.


5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 47 675000Fine & Country, Bury St. Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

SQUIRES GATE An absolutely stunning, individual five bedroom house, offering extremely spacious, versatile accommodation set within a generous plot. This truly is an exciting and rare opportunity to acquire such a fine dwelling. This impressive property occupies a delightful village setting just seven miles from the historic cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds which affords excellent shopping facilities, together with educational, recreational, and cultural amenities. 

SELLERS INSIGHT We bought Squires Gate before the agents had put it on the market. Our timing was just lucky as we noted the potential to modernise it. Amalgamating two families is never easy and the space it offered solved the problem. Spread over four levels the property works very well. We put our mark on it with a new kitchen diner, fitted bedroom furniture and en-suite, wood burner, flooring and making the downstairs a great guest room or teenagers den. The road is so quiet with simply the odd car, horse or tractor. Pakenham is also ideal to commute east, west, north or south with major roads minutes away. Enjoy the rear garden in the mornings and then as the sun moves round open the doors and relax on the deck with a glass of wine and the bbq. Bliss. Sadly circumstances and downsizing mean we must go. We will be genuinely sad to leave as we have had a fantastic time at Squires Gate. 

STEP INSIDE The welcoming reception hall invites you into this superb family home. The ground floor offers spacious accommodation consisting of a large kitchen/dining/family room, separate utility, study, and large shower room. The current owners have renovated Squires Gate extensively which has resulted in a beautiful home with a high end finish. The kitchen diner is a wonderful family space, great for entertaining as it has an abundance of space and also direct access from the dining area to the decked terrace with pond and mature planting which makes an excellent setting for outdoor gatherings and BBQs. The kitchen has been fitted with a good mix of wall and base units with graphite preparation surfaces over. There are high quality Siemens appliances including integral tower oven and microwave with warming drawer, range size induction hob complete with statement light pendant extractor fan over. There is a separate utility with plenty of storage, spaces for appliances, a laundry chute from the en-suite bathroom, and door to the side of the property. The study is a wonderfully bright room with French doors leading to the garden. Opposite here is the large shower room which serves the lower ground floor accommodation which consists of a superb guest room, which could have other uses, for example, a treatment room for therapists working from home, a further room currently used as a gym, an extremely large storage cupboard and personal door to the garage. From the reception hall are stairs to the remarkable sitting/dining room. This dual aspect room is of generous proportions, offering fabulous views over the rear gardens, and proving access to another sun terrace beautifully positioned for al fresco dining and entertaining. The next flight of stairs take you to the top floor where there are three guest rooms, a master suite, and family bathroom. The master suite is exceptional with a large dressing area, excellent fitted wardrobes with attractive curved lines. The en-suite boasts a super sized bath with shower over, laundry chute direct to the utility room, fitted vanity unit with inset sink with cupboards below and above, and underfloor heating. 

STEP OUTSIDE Squires Gate is approached via a sweeping driveway from Fen Road. There is parking for vehicles and a double garage with electric up and over door. The front garden is beautifully designed to create a private space with a decked terrace, man-made pond, all surrounded by mature plants, shrubs and trees. The current owners enjoy this area in the summer months and relax here with a glass of wine and a BBQ. There are gates either side of the property providing access to the rear garden. This again is a tranquil space partially split over two levels. It is predominantly laid to lawn with a generous sun terrace, home to the family's hot tub, and a further raised decked terrace which is accessed up a few steps and over a bridge. There are well stocked borders containing a variety of shrubs and plants. The property also has outdoor CCTV. 

LOCATION Pakenham is a very desirable village with a thriving local community and facilities which include an excellent local shop, post office, village hall and a welcoming public house. There is a church and the village is best known as "the village of two mills" with its historic water mill and windmill. Pakenham is situated approximately 5 miles to the north east of Bury St Edmunds and 11 miles from the market town of Stowmarket with its main line rail link to London Liverpool Street station. Close by is Ixworth which is a thriving village offering a superb range of local facilities rarely found in villages of today, including doctor's surgery, shops, restaurant, two public houses, church and free school. 


3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale
3 bedroom detached bungalow for sale 12 375000Fine & Country, Bury St. Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

LOCATION This property is situated just on the outskirts of this desirable village of Pakenham, with its local amenities including stores/post office, parish church, Village hall, village public house and best known for its two historic mills, a Watermill and Windmill. This property is approximately seven miles to the north east of the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds and provides excellent access to the A14 dual carriageway linking the east coast ports, Newmarket, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway. 

 

STEP INSIDE Enter the accommodation through the front door leading into the entrance hall with tiled flooring. On your left you will find the dual aspect living room, providing a very light and airy space prefect for relaxing. Through the hall, straight in front you, you will find the recently refitted kitchen diner. The kitchen benefits from garden views and has ceramic tiled flooring, wall and base units, a Neff fridge and freezer, induction Neff hob, Neff washing machine and a sliding glide Neff oven. There is a double glazed garden door leading out to the onto the decking onto the beautiful garden. Leaving the kitchen on your right you will find the bathroom. This includes a low level WC, pedestal hand and wash basin and a shower over a panelled bath. The bathroom also benefits from a heated towel rail. Downstairs you will also find a double bedroom with cupboard space or alternatively to be used as another reception room.


Upstairs you will find two great sized double bedrooms, both rooms fitted with Velux windows and beautiful exposed floorboards. The bedroom to the right has great potential for an en suite to be installed into the walk in wardrobe.  

STEP OUTSIDE The front of the home has a large gravel driveway providing ample parking space with a mature front garden of trees and shrubs which keeps the property well hidden. The fence with gate access leads to the rear of the garden which is mainly laid to lawn. A decked area provides an idyllic setting to sit with a glass of wine looking out on to your beautiful garden.  


4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 10 400000All Homes, Thurstonrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

In a semi rural location this fantastic family home has a very large garden and features all the modern benefits of a recently extended and renovated home.
Offering extensive accommodation to include a very modern open plan kitchen/dining room with underfloor heating. This impressive room overlooks the garden which extends to about a quarter of an acre and is enclosed by fencing and could be used for a variety of uses.
There is a sitting room with a log burner, second reception room , shower room and utility room which completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor there are 4 generous bedrooms and a family bathroom which features a free standing bath.
The driveway offers ample parking and turning area with a detached garage.
An internal visit is highly recommended to appreciate the high standard and space available in this individual home.


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