Bridge Street, Long Melford, Sudbury, CO10
Guide Price £1,500,000 Freehold
Offers in excess of £350,000 Freehold
Located on the edge of the ever-popular Long Melford, this attractive three bedroom, semi-detached property boasts a wonderful large garden and superb opportunities for development (STP).
A lovely, light family home comprising of three well appointed bedrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen and family bathroom. Also benefitting from a detached double garage, detached chalet/office, off-road parking and far-reaching views to the front and rear over the surrounding Suffolk countryside.
A superb property that can be moved into straight away but also one that offers clear and excellent opportunities for future development and expansion (STP), as can be seen at the neighbouring property. Three well-appointed bedrooms are serviced by a spacious ground floor offering a sitting room with feature fireplace, dining room, generous kitchen and family bathroom.
The entrance hall provides access to the sitting room, dining room and carpeted stairs to the first floor.
A lovely bright room overlooking the front garden with feature Victorian fireplace and oak doors opening to the kitchen and from the entrance hall allowing a good natural flow of the accommodation.
Spanning the full depth of the property and enjoying a dual aspect, the sitting room boasts windows to the front and rear. It has an open fireplace with a brick hearth and a wooden mantle above.
Located at the rear of the property with access to the rear porch and rear entrance, the kitchen has two windows, one to side and one to rear aspect which flood the room with natural light. Further features comprise, vinyl work surfaces, eye and low-level storage cupboards, tiled splash-backs and flooring. Space for freestanding appliances including a washing machine, dryer and electric hob. The kitchen also houses the oil-fired boiler (N/T).
A ground-floor generous family suite incorporating a modern decor including, wall tiling with a mosaic split and chrome 'rainfall' shower over the bath. It also has two double-glazed frosted windows to the side aspect. Further features comprise, WC, wash hand basin, bath with shower above, radiator and separate chrome heated towel rail.
The carpeted landing offers access to all upstairs accommodation and is naturally light with a side aspect single glazed window and access to the loft.
A very light dual aspect bedroom with windows to both front and rear which both enjoy attractive outlooks of the garden and surrounding farmland.
A front aspect room with a large single glazed window to the front benefiting from country views.
A useful third bedroom with space for a single bed and freestanding furniture.
The front garden sets the property back from the road behind mature hedges and a tree with the shingle driveway leading to a detached double garage offering parking and storage for several vehicles.
The access to the wonderful rear garden is at the side of the property, past the greenhouse, and extends some 40 metres to a hedgerow backing on to fields which provide a beautiful outlook and overall gives the property a wonderful rural feel.
The glorious outside spaces are a gardeners delight incorporating garden sheds, a large pond with bridge over, laid lawns, inset flower beds and various mature trees all with a fence surround.
A detached double garage offering a variety of uses including, storage of two vehicles, additional storage or even a workshop. Power and electricity, storage in the eaves. Two up-and-over electric doors with a lockable side door.
An extremely useful outbuilding of timber construction with both power and lighting. Internally there are three rooms comprising an entrance porch, main room and a small office with windows to side and rear aspects. There is a step ladder to access the mezzanine level.
Long Melford is a vibrant, much-loved Suffolk Wool Town with an excellent range of amenities including a primary school, football club, cricket club, GP practice, pharmacy, grocery stores, antique markets, independent shops, library, pubs, restaurants and monthly farmers market. The nearby market towns of Sudbury and the cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds are easily accessible by bus and offer a more comprehensive range of facilities, the former with a rail link to London Liverpool Street.
The surrounding Stour Valley countryside is absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks and numerous country pursuits are quite literally on your doorstep. The whole area has been immortalised by the paintings of Constable and Gainsborough.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil-Fired central heating. Note: None of the services have been tested by the agent.
Babergh District Council
COUNCIL TAX BANDING:
Strictly by appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford. Telephone 01787 326740.
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