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4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 13 1400000Mark Ewin Estate Agents - Bury St Edmundsonthemarket
Located in the desirable village of Culford only four miles to the north of Bury St Edmunds is this four bedroom detached family home, the property has ample storage space, including a coat cupboard. The accommodation comprises: on the ground floor, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room and kitchen; on the first floor, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and the family bathroom. Outside, the property benefits from front and rear gardens, with a deep drive leading to the integral double garage.

Entrance Hall

Kitchen - 14' 10'' x 9' 4'' (4.53m x 2.84m)

Dining Room - 13' 2'' x 10' 11'' (4.01m x 3.34m)

Sitting Room - 17' 11'' x 16' 3'' (5.46m x 4.95m reducing to 4.49m)

Cloakroom - 8' 8'' x 5' 3'' (2.65m x 1.60m)

First Floor

Master Bedroom - 10' 0'' x 17' 7'' (3.05m x 5.37m)

En-Suite - 2' 11'' x 9' 11'' (0.89m x 3.01m)

Bedroom Two - 10' 0'' x 17' 0'' (3.04m x 5.17m)

Bedroom Three - 9' 3'' x 13' 11'' (2.82m x 4.25m)

Bedroom Four - 9' 5'' x 13' 0'' (2.87m x 3.97m)

Family Bathroom - 5' 10'' x 9' 10'' (1.79m x 2.99m)

Outside

Driveway & Double Garage

Front & Rear Gardens

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 12 1400000Mark Ewin, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Located in the desirable village of Culford only four miles to the north of Bury St Edmunds is this four bedroom detached family home, the property has ample storage space, including a coat cupboard. The accommodation comprises: on the ground floor, entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room and kitchen; on the first floor, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and the family bathroom. Outside, the property benefits from front and rear gardens, with a deep drive leading to the integral double garage.


Entrance Hall 

Kitchen 
14' 10'' x 9' 4'' (4.53m x 2.84m)

Dining Room 
13' 2'' x 10' 11'' (4.01m x 3.34m)

Sitting Room 
17' 11'' x 16' 3'' (5.46m x 4.95m reducing to 4.49m)

Cloakroom 
8' 8'' x 5' 3'' (2.65m x 1.60m)

First Floor 

Master Bedroom 
10' 0'' x 17' 7'' (3.05m x 5.37m)

En-Suite 
2' 11'' x 9' 11'' (0.89m x 3.01m)

Bedroom Two 
10' 0'' x 17' 0'' (3.04m x 5.17m)

Bedroom Three 
9' 3'' x 13' 11'' (2.82m x 4.25m)

Bedroom Four 
9' 5'' x 13' 0'' (2.87m x 3.97m)

Family Bathroom 
5' 10'' x 9' 10'' (1.79m x 2.99m)

Outside 

Driveway & Double Garage 

Front & Rear Gardens 

5 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale
5 bedroom bungalow for sale 18 1695000Bedfords, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Detached bungalow set in 1.25 acres (sts) - ideal for improvement and extending (STP)

The Property
Central entrance hall with corridor to the left, flowing through to the bedroom wing, whilst directly in front is an archway leading to a dining room with French doors to rear terrace. The sitting room with a glass picture window overlooking the garden at the back, has a large feature floor to ceiling stone clad open fireplace with a brass hood and basket.

The cloakroom area has fitted hanging cupboards, boiler cupboard housing water softener, and is fitted with an off the floor back-to-the-wall white WC, with coloured vanity basin with storage below.

The kitchen overlooking the rear with its tiled floor is fitted with a matching wood fronted cottage-style kitchen, tiled splashbacks, incorporated within is a hob with hood above, double sink, there is space for a fridge freezer, twin eye-level oven, plumbing and space for a dishwasher, as well as glass display cabinets and bookshelves. There is a separate utility with additional storage units which has plumbing and space for washing machine and drier, and access to carport, and a further tiled garden room enjoying views across the garden from three directions. Separate from this, behind the carport, is a hobby room fitted with work bench and shelving.
The bedroom wing comprises a double-aspect master bedroom to the rear with an extensive range of built-in wardrobe cupboards, drawers and dressing table. Two further bedrooms, all three enjoy the use a large fully tiled bathroom with separate shower, bath, back-to-the-wall WC, bidet, vanity basin with storage below.

In addition to the accommodation already mentioned is a separate wing suitable as an annexe with separate access. The annexe has a current layout as two bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobe cupboards, a sitting room/study and a shower room with back-to-the-wall WC, hand basin with storage below and a separate shower cubicle.

Outside
The property is approached over its own sweeping drive through mature woodland to a graveled parking area for multiple vehicles and turning in front of carport and garage, and a further storage garage. Whilst to the rear of the property, enjoyed from the terrace, is a large expanse of lawn, leading down to the river and with views of paddocks beyond, and a separate area dedicated to a feature pond and a well screened pool area and changing hut.


• Freehold
• Council Tax G
• River frontage
• 1.25 acres (STS)
• Annexe


15 Bedroom Property For Sale
15 bedroom property for sale 26 Winkworth, Long Melfordrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Established, multi-award winning holiday accommodation business in rural Suffolk with outstanding 5-bedroom country home - a former school house sympathetically renovated to provide spacious and flexible accommodation. Situated on the edge of the idyllic village of West Stow, close to the Anglo Saxon village, Culford and Lackford Lakes, one of Suffolk’s most beautiful wildlife spots.

THE PROPERTY
Old School House is situated on the edge of West Stow, which is located approximately 5 miles to the north west of the thriving medieval market town of Bury St Edmunds. West Stow is a small village on the edge of The King’s Forest, part of Thetford Forest, providing superb walking and horse riding. The village is close to Culford with its well known school, the West Stow Anglo Saxon village, an open air archaeological museum and Lackford Lakes, one of Suffolk’s most beautiful wildlife spots.

Bury St Edmunds (5 miles) offers an excellent range of amenities with schooling in the public and private sectors, extensive shopping facilities and a good range of leisure facilities including health clubs, swimming pools and golf clubs.

Suffolk is a popular tourist and short break destination offering a wide range of places to visit including county houses, gardens, craft shops, historic buildings, museums and wildlife, together with many historical towns and cities. The Suffolk Coast is a 50-mile stretch of heritage coastline and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is a wildlife lover’s paradise and a photographer’s dream. Newmarket, the centre of the flat racing industry with its two courses is within 15 miles. Cambridge lies a short distance beyond.

Communications are excellent - the site is approximately 2 miles from the main A14 East to West trunk road, providing road links to Newmarket, Cambridge, Ipswich and to Felixstowe on the Suffolk Coast. There is good access to the A11 (M11) for Stansted Airport and London. Local railway services from Bury St Edmunds, Elmswell and Stowmarket offer a link to mainline services to London’s Liverpool Street or King’s Cross.

The overall property extends to approximately 4.5 acres with Old School House located at the southern edge of the plot and set back from Ingham Road. Old School House is very well screened from the glamping site, providing privacy between the owner’s house and the business.

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE
Old School House is a beautiful detached family house with brick elevations under a slate roof. Originally believed to date from 1836 the house has been significantly extended and enlarged by the current owners and now provides spacious and beautifully presented accommodation arranged over two floors. The refurbishment included re-wiring, a new plumbing and heating system with oil-fired central heating boiler, as well as the construction of a detached double garage, now annexe accommodation.

Internally the house offers extremely well appointed and airy accommodation including a well-proportioned former school room with vaulted ceiling. On the ground floor there is a well fitted kitchen with bespoke solid wood hand painted units under black granite worktops. Adjoining the kitchen there is a spacious breakfast room. The ground floor also features a well-proportioned dining room with interconnecting door to the garden room. There is also a sauna and steam room, utility room as well as a ground floor bedroom with en suite shower room.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom features an en suite bathroom and balcony, with extensive westerly views over West Stow Stud.

The house has been finished to an extremely high standard and is a very desirable home in a beautiful and peaceful setting.

THE ANNEXE & OUTSIDE
Old School House is approached via a pair of brick piers leading up a long tree lined gravel drive opening out to a sweep of gravel providing parking for several cars, with a well to the centre.

At the side of the main house is the superb Annexe comprising; Kitchen fitted with a range of units complemented by built-in appliances. Bathroom; suite with bath, wash basin and WC. Sitting/Dining Room; a charming reception room with door and window to front, glass doors opening to a private courtyard garden area. On the first floor is a huge bedroom with en-suite cloakroom.

The gardens of are predominately laid to lawn interspersed with well stocked flowering and herbaceous borders with a beautiful wisteria climbing up the eastern wall of Old School House.

A sandstone patio lies to the southern and western side on the property providing a sheltered area ideal for al fresco dining.

Steps lead up to the lawn from the patio where there is a post and rail fence on the western boundary. From here the lawn leads to an area where there is a summerhouse and this opens out into woodland, comprising firs, broadleaf and indigenous trees. There is a magnificent oak tree that is supposedly known for the inspiration of Peter Pans lost boys.

WEST STOW PODS
West Stow Pods was awarded Certificates of Excellence by TripAdvisor in 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019 and was voted Best Regional Glamping Site at the 2019 Campsites.co.uk Camping and Glamping Awards.

The Guardian newspaper listed West Stow Pods as one of the top 10 glamping sites in the UK and there are hundreds of excellent guest reviews on Google and TripAdvisor (5-star overall rating) with many of the clientele travelling from all over the world.

The business offers a superb all year round glamping retreat, nestled in an idyllic woodland setting and consists presently of;

Pod Hollow: a stunning two-bedroom 'Hobbit Hole' dwelling with sitting room, fully-fitted kitchen and shower room. Sleeps 4.
• Prices from £175 per night for 2 adults with 95% occupancy.

Woodland Lodge: a two-bedroom lodge with living/dining room, kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Sleeps 4.
• Prices from £85 per night for 2 adults.

Cedar Lodge: a woodland cabin with kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Sleeps 2.
• Prices from £65 per night for 2 adults.

4 x MegaPods: Each of identical design with double-bed open plan to living/dining/kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Each MegaPod sleeps 4.
• Prices from £65 per night for 2 adults.

THE BUSINESS
West Stow Pods began trading in 2013, quickly expanding to 4 MegaPods, 1 Woodland Lodge and 1 Reception Lodge.

The business rapidly established itself as profitable with a high level of occupancy and a high proportion of repeat business.

Pod Hollow (Hobbit Hole) was completed in June 2018 and, in order to meet client demand, the reception lodge was converted into guest accommodation in 2019.

Considerable capital investment has been made by the current owners into the business including an excellent website using the CampManager online booking system.

The lodges and pods are marketed directly by the vendors mainly using their website together with regional advertising.

Trading in the last 12 months to February 2020 shows a turnover in excess of £150,000.

SERVICES & EPC
Old School House: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil-fired radiator central heating. The Old School House and Annexe also benefit from the use of a number of solar panels primarily attached to the annexe with several on the main Old School House.

West Stow Pods:
Stand-alone site with own utilities to include septic tank, water and electric supply.

EPC: There is a residential EPC. Old School House has an asset rating of D-57.

RATES
The property is in an area administered by West Suffolk Council and we are advised that the current rateable value is £13,000 (Business and Premises). The domestic accommodation is within Band E (Old School House) & Band A (Annexe) for Council tax purposes.

TENURE
The Old School House is being offered on a freehold basis and our clients will be removing all fixtures and fittings. The sale of the West Stow Pods site is on a goodwill and asset basis and all fixtures and fittings therein.

FLOOR PLANS AND MEASUREMENTS
Floor plans are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not to scale. All measurements are approximate.

VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford. Telephone


6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
6 bedroom detached house for sale 25 Winkworth, Long Melfordrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Outstanding 5-bedroom country home with annexe and established, multi-award winning holiday accommodation business in rural Suffolk. Old School House is a former school house sympathetically renovated to provide spacious and flexible accommodation. Situated on the edge of the idyllic village of West Stow, close to the Anglo Saxon village, Culford and Lackford Lakes, one of Suffolk’s most beautiful wildlife spots.

THE PROPERTY
Old School House is situated on the edge of West Stow, which is located approximately 5 miles to the north west of the thriving medieval market town of Bury St Edmunds. West Stow is a small village on the edge of The King’s Forest, part of Thetford Forest, providing superb walking and horse riding. The village is close to Culford with its well known school, the West Stow Anglo Saxon village, an open air archaeological museum and Lackford Lakes, one of Suffolk’s most beautiful wildlife spots.

Bury St Edmunds (5 miles) offers an excellent range of amenities with schooling in the public and private sectors, extensive shopping facilities and a good range of leisure facilities including health clubs, swimming pools and golf clubs.

Suffolk is a popular tourist and short break destination offering a wide range of places to visit including county houses, gardens, craft shops, historic buildings, museums and wildlife, together with many historical towns and cities. The Suffolk Coast is a 50-mile stretch of heritage coastline and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is a wildlife lover’s paradise and a photographer’s dream. Newmarket, the centre of the flat racing industry with its two courses is within 15 miles. Cambridge lies a short distance beyond.

Communications are excellent - the site is approximately 2 miles from the main A14 East to West trunk road, providing road links to Newmarket, Cambridge, Ipswich and to Felixstowe on the Suffolk Coast. There is good access to the A11 (M11) for Stansted Airport and London. Local railway services from Bury St Edmunds, Elmswell and Stowmarket offer a link to mainline services to London’s Liverpool Street or King’s Cross.

The overall property extends to approximately 4.5 acres with Old School House located at the southern edge of the plot and set back from Ingham Road. Old School House is very well screened from the glamping site, providing privacy between the owner’s house and the business.

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE
Old School House is a beautiful detached family house with brick elevations under a slate roof. Originally believed to date from 1836 the house has been significantly extended and enlarged by the current owners and now provides spacious and beautifully presented accommodation arranged over two floors. The refurbishment included re-wiring, a new plumbing and heating system with oil-fired central heating boiler, as well as the construction of a detached double garage, now annexe accommodation.

Internally the house offers extremely well appointed and airy accommodation including a well-proportioned former school room with vaulted ceiling. On the ground floor there is a well fitted kitchen with bespoke solid wood hand painted units under black granite worktops. Adjoining the kitchen there is a spacious breakfast room. The ground floor also features a well-proportioned dining room with interconnecting door to the garden room. There is also a sauna and steam room, utility room as well as a ground floor bedroom with en suite shower room.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom features an en suite bathroom and balcony, with extensive westerly views over West Stow Stud.

The house has been finished to an extremely high standard and is a very desirable home in a beautiful and peaceful setting.

THE ANNEXE & OUTSIDE
Old School House is approached via a pair of brick piers leading up a long tree lined gravel drive opening out to a sweep of gravel providing parking for several cars, with a well to the centre.

At the side of the main house is the superb Annexe comprising; Kitchen fitted with a range of units complemented by built-in appliances. Bathroom; suite with bath, wash basin and WC. Sitting/Dining Room; a charming reception room with door and window to front, glass doors opening to a private courtyard garden area. On the first floor is a huge bedroom with en-suite cloakroom.

The gardens of are predominately laid to lawn interspersed with well stocked flowering and herbaceous borders with a beautiful wisteria climbing up the eastern wall of Old School House.

A sandstone patio lies to the southern and western side on the property providing a sheltered area ideal for al fresco dining.

Steps lead up to the lawn from the patio where there is a post and rail fence on the western boundary. From here the lawn leads to an area where there is a summerhouse and this opens out into woodland, comprising firs, broadleaf and indigenous trees. There is a magnificent oak tree that is supposedly known for the inspiration of Peter Pans lost boys.

WEST STOW PODS
West Stow Pods was awarded Certificates of Excellence by TripAdvisor in 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019 and was voted Best Regional Glamping Site at the 2019 Campsites.co.uk Camping and Glamping Awards.

The Guardian newspaper listed West Stow Pods as one of the top 10 glamping sites in the UK and there are hundreds of excellent guest reviews on Google and TripAdvisor (5-star overall rating) with many of the clientele travelling from all over the world.

The business offers a superb all year round glamping retreat, nestled in an idyllic woodland setting and consists presently of;

Pod Hollow: a stunning two-bedroom dwelling with sitting room, fully-fitted kitchen and shower room. Sleeps 4.
• Prices from £175 per night for 2 adults with 95% occupancy.

Woodland Lodge: a two-bedroom lodge with living/dining room, kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Sleeps 4.
• Prices from £85 per night for 2 adults.

Cedar Lodge: a woodland cabin with kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Sleeps 2.
• Prices from £65 per night for 2 adults.

4 x MegaPods: Each of identical design with double-bed open plan to living/dining/kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Each MegaPod sleeps 4.
• Prices from £65 per night for 2 adults.

THE BUSINESS
West Stow Pods began trading in 2013, quickly expanding to 4 MegaPods, 1 Woodland Lodge and 1 Reception Lodge.

The business rapidly established itself as profitable with a high level of occupancy and a high proportion of repeat business.

Pod Hollow was completed in June 2018 and, in order to meet client demand, the reception lodge was converted into guest accommodation in 2019.

Considerable capital investment has been made by the current owners into the business including an excellent website using the CampManager online booking system.

The lodges and pods are marketed directly by the vendors mainly using their website together with regional advertising.

Trading in the last 12 months shows a turnover in excess of £150,000.

SERVICES & EPC
Old School House: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil-fired radiator central heating. The Old School House and Annexe also benefit from the use of a number of solar panels primarily attached to the annexe with several on the main Old School House.

West Stow Pods:
Stand-alone site with own utilities to include septic tank, water and electric supply.

EPC: There is a residential EPC. Old School House has an asset rating of D-57.

RATES
The property is in an area administered by West Suffolk Council and we are advised that the current rateable value is £13,000 (Business and Premises). The domestic accommodation is within Band E (Old School House) & Band A (Annexe) for Council tax purposes.

TENURE
The Old School House is being offered on a freehold basis and our clients will be removing all fixtures and fittings. The sale of the West Stow Pods site is on a goodwill and asset basis and all fixtures and fittings therein.

FLOOR PLANS AND MEASUREMENTS
Floor plans are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not to scale. All measurements are approximate.

VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford. Telephone .


2 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
2 bedroom cottage for sale 12 275000Sheridans, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Understood to have been built in the 19th century of traditional brick and flint construction beneath a slate roof with latter extensions to the rear, this pretty end of terrace cottage provides much improved accommodation complemented by generous gardens whilst enjoying a no-through lane setting overlooking open countryside, in a picturesque village setting only four miles from the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds. The charming accommodation currently in brief comprises; Entrance door opening to Entrance porch with door to: Sitting Room: a delightful reception with fireplace with wood burning stove, window to front aspect and opening to Dining Room: with window to side, door to Kitchen: fitted with a modern range of units providing plenty of drawer and cupboard space beneath oak preparation surfaces, complemented by built in appliances, space for fridge, sink door to garden and door to Staircase. On the first floor is a landing, two spacious bedrooms (the largest affording splendid countryside views) and a family bathroom completes the accommodation.

Location - The cottage enjoys a delightful no-through lane overlooking open countryside. Hengrave is a small historic village in Suffolk located approximately four miles from the sought after market town of Bury St Edmunds, which provides all local amenities, public houses, the Arc shopping centre, well-known abbey ruins and cathedral and well regarded schools for all ages.

Outside - To front of the cottage is an area for off road vehicle parking with Lawned gardens stocked with a number of flowering plants and shrubs and boarded by a brick and flint wall. To the rear of the cottage is a shingle courtyard garden area and former wash house built of brick construction beneath a pitched tiled roof with power and lighting, wash hand basin, close coupled WC. There is a timber garage with twin barn style doors and gated access leads to the main rear gardens. The rear garden measures approximately 75ft x 36ft and provides the occupants with a pleasant degree of privacy. The rear garden is laid predominantly to lawn and is stocked with numerous mature trees and shrubs.

Directions - When entering Hengrave from the direction of Bury St Edmunds, take the first turning on the right into Mill Lane, where the cottage will be found a short distance further on the left hand side.

Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil fired radiator central heating. Band C Council Tax

Agents note: As common with many cottages, there is a right of way to the rear of the property and to the rear of the wash houses, serving the adjoining cottages.
Planning permission has been granted to extend the cottage, West Suffolk Council planning application number DC/19/0677/HH. Full details can be found on the West Suffolk planning portal.


3 Bedroom End Of Terrace House For Sale
3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale 10 225000Lacy Scott and Knight, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

4 THE DRIFT Tucked away along a quiet private no through road can be found this red brick end of terrace property. The ground floor comprises sitting room with tiled fireplace and built in cupboards. From here there is a doorway leading into the third bedroom off of which can be found the family bathroom which comprises panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. From the dining room there are doorways leading off to the porch and also to the kitchen which benefits from wall and base cupboards plus stainless steel sink unit. The first floor comprises two further double bedrooms both of which are off the landing and benefit from built in wardrobes. Overall the property provides a generous floor area of approximately 975 sq.ft and a superb opportunity for somebody to modernise. 

OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is a range of brick built outbuildings which we understand belong to 4 The Drift whilst lawned garden areas can be found to the front, rear and side of the property. Overall the property provides a generous amount of floor area internally and an impressive amount of garden and outbuildings externally. We therefore believe this property will attract a good level of interest and would advise any intending purchaser to view at the earliest opportunity. Within the rear garden there is a path which provides a right of access for adjoining neighbour to their garden. 

LOCATION Culford is a much sought after and pretty village situated approximately 4 miles from Bury St. Edmunds set within open countryside and is home to Culford coeducational independent boarding and day school. Bury St. Edmunds is an attractive and historic market town situated in West Suffolk enjoying ever improving communications with the remainder of East Anglia, The South and The Midlands via the A14 dual carriageway, providing an unbroken dual carriageway from Felixstowe to the M11 at Cambridge. There is a regular commuter rail service from Bury St. Edmunds. The town also enjoys an excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities. 

SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Storage heaters. 

LOCAL AUTHORITY West Suffolk Council. Council Tax Band B. 

DIRECTIONS From Bury St. Edmunds going north along the Fornham Road, turn right onto the B1106. Continue along the road, passing through both Fornham St. Martin and Fornham St. Genevieve and follow the signs towards Culford. Once in the village, continue along The Street and take the turning off to the right signposted 'The Drift' where the property will be found after a short distance on the right side. 


6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
6 bedroom detached house for sale 25 Winkworth, Long Melfordrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Outstanding 5-bedroom country home with annexe and established, multi-award winning holiday accommodation business in rural Suffolk. Old School House is a former school house sympathetically renovated to provide spacious and flexible accommodation. Situated on the edge of the idyllic village of West Stow, close to the Anglo Saxon village, Culford and Lackford Lakes, one of Suffolk’s most beautiful wildlife spots.

THE PROPERTY
Old School House is situated on the edge of West Stow, which is located approximately 5 miles to the north west of the thriving medieval market town of Bury St Edmunds. West Stow is a small village on the edge of The King’s Forest, part of Thetford Forest, providing superb walking and horse riding. The village is close to Culford with its well known school, the West Stow Anglo Saxon village, an open air archaeological museum and Lackford Lakes, one of Suffolk’s most beautiful wildlife spots.

Bury St Edmunds (5 miles) offers an excellent range of amenities with schooling in the public and private sectors, extensive shopping facilities and a good range of leisure facilities including health clubs, swimming pools and golf clubs.

Suffolk is a popular tourist and short break destination offering a wide range of places to visit including county houses, gardens, craft shops, historic buildings, museums and wildlife, together with many historical towns and cities. The Suffolk Coast is a 50-mile stretch of heritage coastline and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is a wildlife lover’s paradise and a photographer’s dream. Newmarket, the centre of the flat racing industry with its two courses is within 15 miles. Cambridge lies a short distance beyond.

Communications are excellent - the site is approximately 2 miles from the main A14 East to West trunk road, providing road links to Newmarket, Cambridge, Ipswich and to Felixstowe on the Suffolk Coast. There is good access to the A11 (M11) for Stansted Airport and London. Local railway services from Bury St Edmunds, Elmswell and Stowmarket offer a link to mainline services to London’s Liverpool Street or King’s Cross.

The overall property extends to approximately 4.5 acres with Old School House located at the southern edge of the plot and set back from Ingham Road. Old School House is very well screened from the glamping site, providing privacy between the owner’s house and the business.

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE
Old School House is a beautiful detached family house with brick elevations under a slate roof. Originally believed to date from 1836 the house has been significantly extended and enlarged by the current owners and now provides spacious and beautifully presented accommodation arranged over two floors. The refurbishment included re-wiring, a new plumbing and heating system with oil-fired central heating boiler, as well as the construction of a detached double garage, now annexe accommodation.

Internally the house offers extremely well appointed and airy accommodation including a well-proportioned former school room with vaulted ceiling. On the ground floor there is a well fitted kitchen with bespoke solid wood hand painted units under black granite worktops. Adjoining the kitchen there is a spacious breakfast room. The ground floor also features a well-proportioned dining room with interconnecting door to the garden room. There is also a sauna and steam room, utility room as well as a ground floor bedroom with en suite shower room.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom features an en suite bathroom and balcony, with extensive westerly views over West Stow Stud.

The house has been finished to an extremely high standard and is a very desirable home in a beautiful and peaceful setting.

THE ANNEXE & OUTSIDE
Old School House is approached via a pair of brick piers leading up a long tree lined gravel drive opening out to a sweep of gravel providing parking for several cars, with a well to the centre.

At the side of the main house is the superb Annexe comprising; Kitchen fitted with a range of units complemented by built-in appliances. Bathroom; suite with bath, wash basin and WC. Sitting/Dining Room; a charming reception room with door and window to front, glass doors opening to a private courtyard garden area. On the first floor is a huge bedroom with en-suite cloakroom.

The gardens of are predominately laid to lawn interspersed with well stocked flowering and herbaceous borders with a beautiful wisteria climbing up the eastern wall of Old School House.

A sandstone patio lies to the southern and western side on the property providing a sheltered area ideal for al fresco dining.

Steps lead up to the lawn from the patio where there is a post and rail fence on the western boundary. From here the lawn leads to an area where there is a summerhouse and this opens out into woodland, comprising firs, broadleaf and indigenous trees. There is a magnificent oak tree that is supposedly known for the inspiration of Peter Pans lost boys.

WEST STOW PODS
West Stow Pods was awarded Certificates of Excellence by TripAdvisor in 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019 and was voted Best Regional Glamping Site at the 2019 Campsites.co.uk Camping and Glamping Awards.

The Guardian newspaper listed West Stow Pods as one of the top 10 glamping sites in the UK and there are hundreds of excellent guest reviews on Google and TripAdvisor (5-star overall rating) with many of the clientele travelling from all over the world.

The business offers a superb all year round glamping retreat, nestled in an idyllic woodland setting and consists presently of;

Pod Hollow: a stunning two-bedroom dwelling with sitting room, fully-fitted kitchen and shower room. Sleeps 4.
• Prices from £175 per night for 2 adults with 95% occupancy.

Woodland Lodge: a two-bedroom lodge with living/dining room, kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Sleeps 4.
• Prices from £85 per night for 2 adults.

Cedar Lodge: a woodland cabin with kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Sleeps 2.
• Prices from £65 per night for 2 adults.

4 x MegaPods: Each of identical design with double-bed open plan to living/dining/kitchenette, wet-room and covered porch. Each MegaPod sleeps 4.
• Prices from £65 per night for 2 adults.

THE BUSINESS
West Stow Pods began trading in 2013, quickly expanding to 4 MegaPods, 1 Woodland Lodge and 1 Reception Lodge.

The business rapidly established itself as profitable with a high level of occupancy and a high proportion of repeat business.

Pod Hollow was completed in June 2018 and, in order to meet client demand, the reception lodge was converted into guest accommodation in 2019.

Considerable capital investment has been made by the current owners into the business including an excellent website using the CampManager online booking system.

The lodges and pods are marketed directly by the vendors mainly using their website together with regional advertising.

Trading in the last 12 months shows a turnover in excess of £150,000.

SERVICES & EPC
Old School House: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil-fired radiator central heating. The Old School House and Annexe also benefit from the use of a number of solar panels primarily attached to the annexe with several on the main Old School House.

West Stow Pods:
Stand-alone site with own utilities to include septic tank, water and electric supply.

EPC: There is a residential EPC. Old School House has an asset rating of D-57.

RATES
The property is in an area administered by West Suffolk Council and we are advised that the current rateable value is £13,000 (Business and Premises). The domestic accommodation is within Band E (Old School House) & Band A (Annexe) for Council tax purposes.

TENURE
The Old School House is being offered on a freehold basis and our clients will be removing all fixtures and fittings. The sale of the West Stow Pods site is on a goodwill and asset basis and all fixtures and fittings therein.

FLOOR PLANS AND MEASUREMENTS
Floor plans are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not to scale. All measurements are approximate.

VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford. Telephone .


5 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale
5 bedroom bungalow for sale 19 1695000Bedfords, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

OPEN DAY - SATURDAY 7TH MARCH - 10am to 12noon - Woodpeckers, West Stow, IP28 6ER - NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED

Detached bungalow set in 1.25 acres (sts) - ideal for improvement and extending (STP)

The Property
Central entrance hall with corridor to the left, flowing through to the bedroom wing, whilst directly in front is an archway leading to a dining room with French doors to rear terrace. The sitting room with a glass picture window overlooking the garden at the back, has a large feature floor to ceiling stone clad open fireplace with a brass hood and basket.

The cloakroom area has fitted hanging cupboards, boiler cupboard housing water softener, and is fitted with an off the floor back-to-the-wall white WC, with coloured vanity basin with storage below.

The kitchen overlooking the rear with its tiled floor is fitted with a matching wood fronted cottage-style kitchen, tiled splashbacks, incorporated within is a hob with hood above, double sink, there is space for a fridge freezer, twin eye-level oven, plumbing and space for a dishwasher, as well as glass display cabinets and bookshelves. There is a separate utility with additional storage units which has plumbing and space for washing machine and drier, and access to carport, and a further tiled garden room enjoying views across the garden from three directions. Separate from this, behind the carport, is a hobby room fitted with work bench and shelving.
The bedroom wing comprises a double-aspect master bedroom to the rear with an extensive range of built-in wardrobe cupboards, drawers and dressing table. Two further bedrooms, all three enjoy the use a large fully tiled bathroom with separate shower, bath, back-to-the-wall WC, bidet, vanity basin with storage below.

In addition to the accommodation already mentioned is a separate wing suitable as an annexe with separate access. The annexe has a current layout as two bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobe cupboards, a sitting room/study and a shower room with back-to-the-wall WC, hand basin with storage below and a separate shower cubicle.

Outside
The property is approached over its own sweeping drive through mature woodland to a graveled parking area for multiple vehicles and turning in front of carport and garage, and a further storage garage. Whilst to the rear of the property, enjoyed from the terrace, is a large expanse of lawn, leading down to the river and with views of paddocks beyond, and a separate area dedicated to a feature pond and a well screened pool area and changing hut.


• Freehold
• Council Tax G
• River frontage
• 1.25 acres (STS)
• Annexe


3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale 24 475000Mark Ewin, Bury St Edmundsrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Located in the popular village of Culford, being located approximately 4 miles to the North of Bury St Edmunds, is this charming, well-maintained and improved cottage. The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor, of entrance porch, reception hall / snug with fireplace, sitting room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen and delightful garden room. On the first floor there is a family bathroom, three bedroom with the master being en-suite. Outside, the property has an array of useful outbuildings comprising studio, utility room, potting shed and a original bread oven with coppers to either side completed with original brick flooring. To the front of the property there are double gates leading to a large shingle area offering parking for several vehicles, there is a lawned area bordered by a low shrub. The formal rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a paved patio area and a variety of trees with flower and shrub borders. The vegetable garden has a delightful willow arch being bordered by planting beds.


Entrance Porch 
4' 4'' x 3' 9'' (1.32m x 1.14m)

Snug / Reception Room 
12' 1'' x 13' 7'' (3.68m x 4.15m reducing to 2.83m)

Kitchen 
9' 11'' x 13' 11'' (3.01m x 4.24m reducing to 3.44m)

Dining area 
9' 10'' x 13' 10'' (3.00m x 4.22m)

Sitting Room 
12' 2'' x 12' 1'' (3.71m x 3.68m)

Cloakroom 
7' 5'' x 2' 6'' (2.26m x .76m)

Garden Room 
13' 10'' x 11' 6'' (4.22m x 3.50m)

First Floor 

Master bedroom 
12' 2'' x 13' 9'' (3.72m x 4.19m)

En-suite 
9' 11'' x 4' 1'' (3.02m x 1.25m)

Bedroom Two 
12' 1'' x 14' 2'' (3.69m x 4.32m reducing to 3.82m)

Bedroom Three 
9' 11'' x 10' 11'' (3.01m x 3.34m)

Family Bathroom 
6' 8'' x 9' 7'' (2.03m x 2.91m)

Out Building 

Studio 
8' 3'' x 12' 4'' (2.52m x 3.75m)

Utility Room 
8' 0'' x 12' 6'' (2.43m x 3.80m)

Potting Shed 
8' 2'' x 12' 8'' (2.48m x 3.85m)

Bread Oven Room 
10' 7'' x 12' 4'' (3.23m x 3.75m)

Shed 
22' 4'' x 6' 8'' (6.80m x 2.02m)

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