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Sold 3 Bed House - terraced

Well Street, Bury St. Edmunds
£550,000 Guide Price

Property Details

  • Prominent town centre location
  • Three separate garages
  • Spacious townhouse
  • Three elegant double bedrooms
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Cellar/utility room
  • Delightful landscaped rear garden
Situated in a prominent position on one of the most sought after roads in the town within just yards of the town centre and with accommodation approaching in excess of 1900 square feet (sts), along with the almost unique benefit of owning three separate garages behind this fantastic listed period property, undoubtedly this will attract significant interest.

In brief the living space is arranged as follows: entrance into the property via the front door into a long hallway which accesses both the front aspect sitting room with a feature fireplace and the rear aspect dining room which in turn leads into a conservatory. This also accesses the cellar which is currently configured as a very practical working utility room, however equally it could be turned into an additional reception room. The extended kitchen/breakfast room has been thoughtfully designed with rear aspect french doors opening out onto the splendid landscaped low maintenance garden.

On the first floor there is a beautiful elegant master bedroom with a large sash window, high ceilings and feature fireplace as well as an unusually large rear aspect bathroom.

On the second floor there are two further expansive bedrooms with high ceilings and a fireplace in the front aspect bedroom and an en-suite in the other rear aspect bedroom.

Outside
The attractive garden has been thoughtfully landscaped in order to provide a pleasing outdoor space to enjoy and relax. The garden also leads out to the three separate garages which as aforementioned are one of the more unusual and highly beneficial features of this wonderful home.


Situation
The market town, with its impressive produce market every Wednesday and Saturday, is nestled in the heart of Suffolk. It is known for the Abbey Gardens, a ruined abbey right in the town centre. Bury is a very popular destination for locals and tourists to the area. Visit the old side of the town to see the Cathedral in all its glory, the medieval quarter of the town and the Abbey Gardens itself, or browse the newer side of the town to discover its large assortment of shops, restaurants and entertainment centres.


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