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SSTC 3 Bed House - Detached

Old Bury Road, Alpheton
£400,000 Guide Price

Property Details

  • Attractive detached home
  • Large sitting room
  • Open plan kitchen dining room
  • Garden room
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • Two further bedrooms and family bathroom
  • Attractive grounds approaching quarter of an acre
  • Garage and off-road parking
  • Offered Chain Free
Green Apple is an individual detached home, set in attractive grounds approaching 0.25 acre (subject to survey). The property is believed to have been built in the late 1960's and is of traditional brick construction, with rendered elevations, under a tiled roof and offers generous accommodation. The house has retained the charm one would associate from this period and the rooms have a light and airy feel. There are fine views and the property also benefits from a useful garage and off-road parking.

The accommodation, in brief, comprises glazed wooden front door leading to the generous entrance hall. The hall is finished with traditional parquet flooring, stairs rise to first floor with useful storage cupboard under and doors off to all principal rooms. The generous sitting room (21'5" x 12') is a light a bright room with dual aspect double glazed windows and glazed patio doors which give access to the garden room. The parquet flooring compliments the oak surrounds of the fireplace and the inset log burner is the focal point of the room. The kitchen dining room (19'1" x 11'5") is a comfortable and homely room, ideally configured into two individual sections. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of wooden base and wall units incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer. Built in double oven, electric hob, extractor hood and dishwasher. Plumbing for washing machine and space for microwave. The dining area houses the Stanley oil boiler, which serves the central heating, and a stable doors gives access to the side garden. The room is a bright and airy space with double glazed french doors, with glass panes to the side, leading to the garden room. The garden room (27'9" x 7'2") is of a single glazed construction and patio doors give access to the rear terrace and gardens beyond. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a useful cloakroom comprising of low level wc and wash hand basin.

The first floor landing gives access to all bedrooms and to the family bathroom. The master bedroom (14'4" x 12') benefits from a built in cupboard and a built in wardrobe. The en-suite shower room is well-fitted with a shower cubicle, low level wc and wash hand basin. There are two further bedrooms (11'3" x 7'4" and 9'3" x 8'6"), one providing wall to wall fitted wardrobes, served by the family bathroom. All of the bedrooms enjoy fine views.

The gardens are a fine attribute of the property and extended to 0.25 acres (subject to survey). A brick block-paved driveway leads to the garage with a gravelled area providing additional off-road parking. The garage benefits from an up and over door and power and lighting is connected. A personal door leads to the rear garden where three additional brick outbuildings are situated, one of which houses the oil tank. The remainder of the front garden is laid to lawn with mature tress, flowerbeds and hedging.

The rear garden is a delightful space and has been thoughtfully designed. A terrace adjoins the garden room and is ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. Steps lead to the main central lawn with an abundance of mature plantings interspersed around the garden. A wooden trellis and arch leads to a private discreet garden area which also benefits from a section paved patio area. To the rear of the garden is a useful wooden shed, with power and lighting connected, and the views from this area are delightful.

The property is set in a beautiful position, benefitting from an attractive garden, and affords fine views across open countryside. The village has a strong community spirit and is well-located for access to both Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds; these in-turn lead onto other main road network routes. Both Towns offer excellent shopping and recreational facilities and good railway links. The attractive and well-served villages of Long Melford and Lavenham are situated just two miles away. Schools, with transport provided, are Lawshall Primary and King Edward Upper VI, Bury St Edmunds - both highly regarded.

Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating

Babergh District Council - Council Tax Band D

From the A134 upon reaching the village of Alpheton turn off from the main road onto Old Bury Road where the property can be found on your right, a short way down this quiet and attractive road.

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