Location
Search radius
or National search
Price range
Min beds
Property type
Exclude properties that are under offer or sold Keyword search
Location
Search radius
Price range
Min beds
Property type
Exclude properties that are let agreed Keyword search
Country 
The International office specialises in selling properties abroad.
Our regional offices also market properties overseas when instructed.
Price range
Min beds
Property type

Search our latest sales and rental instructions here:

Sales instructions Rentals instructions

Bury Road, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7BT

Guide Price Of £1,300,000
Sold

A distinguished, landmark Edwardian house on the famous Bury Road with far reaching views and direct access to Warren Hill Training Grounds.

Covered Entrance Porch, Entrance Hall, Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Scullery, Butler's Pantry, Cloakroom, Cellar. Six First Floor Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Dressing Room, Cloakroom. Two Second Floor Bedrooms, Bathroom and Store Room. Driveway and Parking, Large Garage and Established Garden with 2 Ponds.   

The Property
Barkway House is a substantial family home in an enviable location, with pretty partly walled grounds extending to about 0.5 acre (sts). Believed to have been built in the early 1900's, this distinguished Edwardian property enjoys superb far reaching
views and direct access to the Warren Hill Training Grounds. Extending to 4,867 sq ft, this landmark house has brick and rough cast rendered elevations under a peg tiled roof, retaining many attractive period features including leaded bay windows,
open fireplaces, high ceilings and oak doors with brass furniture. Particular features of the house are the spacious reception rooms, including the generously sized reception hall with French doors to the garden, charming triple aspect sitting room,kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, spacious double aspect master bedroom with dressing room and good sized principal bedrooms. The house is not Listed and has scope for enhancement, adding
more bathrooms and extending the kitchen/breakfast room, subject to planning regulations. Having two staircases, the second floor has further scope for a staff/nanny's flat.

Location
Barkway House occupies an excellent position on the famous Bury Road, one of the most sought after areas in Newmarket and a conservation area, with elevated views of Warren Hill Training Grounds and within walking distance of the town centre and amenities. Newmarket is set in attractive countryside on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border and is world famous as the
headquarters of British horseracing. The town is Britain's largest racehorse training centre and some of the finest racing in the world is seen on Newmarket's two racecourses: The Rowley
Mile and The July Course. Newmarket is also home to Tattersalls (Europe's leading Bloodstock Auctioneers), The Animal Health Trust, veterinary practices of international repute, other bloodstock support services, the National Stud, the National
Horseracing Museum and The Jockey Club. It also provides a good range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities, including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. The picturesque Cathedral Town of Bury St Edmunds, City of Ely
and University City of Cambridge with its burgeoning hitech industries, science parks and reputable schools are both commutable. There is excellent access to the A14 and A11 (M11).
There is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge, Audley End and Whittlesford offer direct rail lines into London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately forty minutes' drive.

Outside
Barkway House has a carriage driveway with two pairs of wooden gates leading to a gravel frontage providing parking and turning for several cars and access to the large garage. The garage offers
potential for conversion into further accommodation with a concertina door to the front, power and light. In front of the house is a lawn, fine horse chestnut and acacia trees and stone
steps leading to the impressive double oak carved and studded front door. Pedestrian gates to both sides of the house lead to the garden. The charming established partly walled garden has
direct access through the garden gate onto Warren Hill Training Grounds, ideal for walking. The garden has been well maintained, with a lawn, a Swedish whitebeam tree, well stocked herbaceous borders, lavender and rose beds, box hedging, two small ponds, paved terrace, garden shed and outside lighting.

Close

Request information

Name
Postcode
Address
Telephone
Email
Comments

Please check your details before sending your message
Close

Make an appointment to view

Date
Time
 
 
Name
Telephone Home
  Work
  Mobile
Email
Comments

Please check your details before sending your message
Close

Please ring me

Name
Telephone Home
  Work
  Mobile
Comments

Please check your details before sending your message