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Heath Road, Woolpit

£525,000 (SSTC)

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Description
Mill House sits in an attractive location within this popular village and was formally the local Mill Office and Managers home. It is believed to date back to the 1600’s and has been extended over the years to offer over 2,500 sq ft of accommodation. Following on from a stylish refurbishment programme by the current owners the property now delivers beautiful accommodation with a light and airy atmosphere. The property is of brick construction under a pan tiled roof and provides well proportioned rooms. The annex offers further flexibility; a useful addition to the accommodation. The stylish gardens mirror the quality of the house and the excellent outbuildings and off-road parking further heighten the appeal of this fine home.

Accommodation
Half glazed front door leading to the enclosed porch. This in turn leads to the charming drawing room (17’8” x 14’1”). The drawing room offers a wealth of period features including exposed timbers together with the magnificent brick inglenook fireplace, with a brick hearth and oak bressumer. Stairs rise to first floor and open studwork gives access to the dining room. The dining room (14’1" x 12’8”) is ideal for family gatherings and entertaining. The Woolpit White brick floor compliments the style and character of the room and the fireplace, fitted with a gas fire, is a most agreeable feature of the room. The delightful kitchen, with its part vaulted ceiling and exposed brickwork, is fitted with a range of attractive base and wall units, breakfast bar and granite work surfaces. An abundance of light surges into the room from the windows and velux roof lights and doors lead off to the rear lobby, with two useful storage cupboards, and study area. The kitchen benefits from a range cooker, integrated dishwasher and microwave and space for fridge freezer. Conveniently situated off from the kitchen is the study (8’7” x 7’1”) with an opening to the sitting room. The expansive sitting room (25’1” x 14’6”) again offers a comfortable space full of character with exposed timbers and studwork. French doors lead to the rear garden, stairs to master suite and door to the rear cloakroom and utility/boot room.

The master suite comprises splendid bedroom area, expansive dressing room and a beautifully appointed luxury full en-suite with shower cubicle and free standing bath. The further bedrooms are accessed by the second staircase and are all excellent in the size and presentation. Currently two of the rooms are divided by open stud work but could be reinstated easily back to two independent rooms. These bedrooms are served by a fine family bathroom.

The annex benefits from independent access, exposed brickwork and affords bright and airy accommodation; bedroom sitting area and a recently refitted shower room.

Outside
The gardens are a striking attribute of the property and have recently been landscaped to provide a enchanting outdoor area, which are ideal for entertaining and relaxing in. The enclosed front garden is laid to shingle beds with flower borders and gated access to the rear garden. A driveway, to the rear of the property, provides off-road parking for several vehicles and wooden double gates lead to an additional parking area. Paved terraces provide ample seating areas and overlook the central lawn. A further paved terrace and wooden pergola, situated to the rear of the garden, adjoins the attractive water and slate feature. The garden benefits from secure garaging and a garden store.

Situation
The property an attractive position in the village and is excellently situated for the many local amenities that this fine village has to offer and within a short walk of the thriving and picturesque village centre. Woolpit is a popular village providing an excellent range of local facilities including surgery, primary school, village stores, public house, tennis and cricket clubs and a magnificent parish church. Woolpit is ideally situated for access to the A14 dual carriageway linking Stowmarket (with its direct rail link to London Liverpool Street Station), Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway.

Services
All main services are connected - Gas fired central heating

Directions
Head east on the A14 from Bury St Edmunds, exiting at junction 47 signed to Ixworth and Woolpit. Take the first exit from the roundabout onto the A1088 and proceed onto Heath Road and into Woolpit village itself. The property can be found on your right, just after the turning to Mill Lane. Off-road parking for the property is accessed via Mill Lane itself.

Viewing
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Features
  • Wealth of character
  • Kitchen breakfast room
  • Drawing room
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room
  • Study, cloakroom & utility
  • Master bedroom suite
  • Three further bedrooms & bathroom
  • One bedroom annex
  • Gardens and off-road parking

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