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Sold 3 Bed House - Semi-Detached

Ashfield Road, Elmswell
£385,000 Guide Price

Property Details

  • Entrance hall
  • Sitting room with fireplace
  • Family room/study
  • Refitted kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Three large bedrooms
  • Spacious first floor family bathroom
  • Driveway and carport
  • Brick built outhouse/potential garden office etc
  • Private south facing gardens
Understood to have been built in 1904, this striking Edwardian village house, offers a splendid level of much improved accommodation displaying an array of elegant features throughout, complemented by excellent proportions, good ceiling height and a bright and airy atmosphere. The house enjoys a prominent setting on the edge of a well-served village overlooking paddocks, duck pond and open countryside beyond and the agents would thoroughly recommend an internal inspection in order to fully appreciate the overall personality of the home on offer.

The charming accommodation currently in brief comprises; original entrance door opens to an entrance hall with stairs off to first floor and door to a cloakroom. The sitting room is an elegant reception with a fine reclaimed fireplace with stone surround and tiled inserts and fitted book shelving. Large bay window to front. The family room/study is a comfortable reception with window to side and fireplace with fitted cupboards. The kitchen has been refitted and remodelled for the current owners, creating a lovely space with a traditional range of units providing plenty of cupboard space beneath wooden preparation surfaces, whilst complemented by built in appliances including oven, hob and dish washer. There is a tiled floor, window to rear, butler sink and opening to a light and airy dining room, creating a good space for entertaining with french doors and windows enjoying views to the rear gardens. On the first floor is a spacious landing with large window to side, access to loft (see agents note), three large bedrooms and a re-fitted family bathroom with bath and separate shower enclosure.

Outside
Outside of the property to the rear is a delightful garden providing a good degree of privacy enjoying a southerly aspect. Furthermore, there is a useful brick outhouse and store providing scope to convert into a garden office etc. To the front of the house the gravel driveway affords space for several vehicles and access to a carport.


Situation
The property is pleasantly situated on the edge of the village enjoying delightful views to the front across meadows, duck pond and countryside beyond. Elmswell is a popular and extremely well served village with a thriving community. Convenient access is gained to the A14 dual carriageway, linking the east coast ports, Cambridge, and London via the M11 motorway. The village has its own rail station linking to London.


Directions
From Bury St Edmunds, proceed east on the A14. Take the turning to Elmswell and Woolpit. Take the third exit on the roundabout towards Elmswell. Follow the road onto Church Road and turn left into New Road. Proceed through the centre of the village, over the railway crossing and onto Ashfield Road, where the property will be found before leaving the village on the right hand side.


Agent's Note
It appears that there may be space to create a loft conversion (subject to the relevant planning permissions and building regulations being approved by the local authority).


Services
All mains services are connected. Council tax band D.


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