Upper Town, Pakenham

Guide price £570,000

Built approximately twenty years ago to a high standard by well regarded local builders "Hartog Hutton", this superb individual detached home provides a splendid level of particularly well crafted accommodation displaying many high quality features throughout including; polished oak flooring, Aga kitchen with high ceiling, decorative radiator covers, oak staircase, impressive living room overlooking gardens, Inglenook style fireplace, and a feature curved wall in the dining room. The accommodation possesses a particularly light and airy atmosphere and currently in brief comprises; panelled entrance door opening to entrance hall leading to Dining room, a spacious reception with a fine oak floor, feature curved wall, oak staircase off to first floor, windows to front and rear, french doors to gardens, door to the Aga kitchen breakfast room, with high ceilings creating a very spacious feel, the kitchen is fitted with a bespoke range of units complemented by an oil fired Aga (colour Green) with further built in and appliances, windows to front, side and rear, pantry and french windows opening to rear gardens. A utility room has a door to side, sink, units, oil fired boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder. The living room is a super reception with period style fireplace, polished wooden flooring, window to rear and opening to the sitting room / garden room, a splendid light and airy room with underfloor heating, french windows to courtyard and windows on all sides affording fantastic views across the gardens and open countryside beyond. The master bedroom is a spacious room with built in wardrobe cupboards, window overlooking rear gardens and door to an en-suite bathroom. The second ground floor bedroom is a versatile room, again with built in wardrobe cupboards, window to front, and an adjoining bathroom with bath and separate shower enclosure. On the first floor is a landing, two further generous bedrooms, shower room and a further potential bedroom (21ftx10ft).

Little Park is approached along a block paved driveway providing extensive vehicle parking, turning space and access to the garaging and outbuildings. There is ample garaging, workshop and further outbuildings hiding the property from the road and offering tremendous scope and potential for conversion or similar if required and subject to the necessary planning permissions being granted by the local authority. There are well stocked flower beds at the front of the property and side access leads to the rear gardens. The rear gardens are a particular feature being mostly laid to lawn whilst bordered by well stocked flower beds. There is a summer house and a "HA HA wall" forms the rear boundary from which fabulous views are affording over paddocks and open countryside beyond. In all about 0.4 of an acre (s.t.s)

The property enjoys a tucked away setting behind a range of traditional outbuildings located at the top end of the village commanding countryside views to the rear. Pakenham is a charming and unspoilt village with a thriving local community and amenities include village shop / post office, village hall and church. Pakenham is also best known as the "village of two mills" with its working Windmill and Watermill. Pakenham is situated only 5 miles from the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds with its excellent range of schooling, shopping and cultural facilities.

When proceeding from the direction of Great Barton along the Pakenham Road, pass the crossroads to Ixworth and Thurston and LIttle Park is the second propety on the left hand side.

All mains services are connected to the property. Council tax band G.

Agent's note
There appears to be potential to make alterations to current first floor accommodation to create further bedroom space with possible dormer windows instead of roof light windows (subject of course to relevant planning permissions being granted by the local authority).

Please contact us on 01284 700 018 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

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  • Entrance hall
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room
  • Living room
  • Aga kitchen breakfast room
  • Utility
  • Four bedrooms, three bathrooms
  • Further potential for bedroom accommodation
  • Expansive driveway, range of outbuildings, garaging
  • Delightful gardens affording open views

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