Guide price £975,000
An impressive and distinguished Victorian house with just over 4,000 sq ft of well presented accommodation on the famous Bury Road. Pillared Covered Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Sauna, Two Cloakrooms, Cellar. Sun Room, Four First Floor Bedrooms and Two Bathrooms. Two Second Floor Bedrooms and Shower Room. Driveway and Parking, and Established Garden with Pond. THE PROPERTY Wynyard House is a substantial and imposing Victorian family house in a highly sought after town location. Built in 1870, the property was named by Lord Derby after his horse won a major race by a yard, creating the name ''Wynyard'. Extending to 4,067 sq ft, this attractive and well located period property has red brick elevations under a peg tiled roof and attractive features including ornate fireplaces, high ceilings, picture and dado rails and parquet flooring. The flexible and well presented accommodation incorporates a welcoming and spacious reception hall with solid part glazed front door, fitted mat with tiled surround and stairs to the first floor, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, sauna, two cloakrooms, cellar, sun room, six double bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms. The charming sitting room has a bay window to the front, cast iron fireplace and fitted shelves. The good sized dining room has a bay window to the front, decorative open fireplace and glazed doors to the study. The study has a large window to the side, parquet floor and part glazed doors to the drawing room. The impressive and generously sized drawing room has a large open stone fireplace, domed feature roof light, exposed wood floor and French doors to the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has three windows to the side, fitted units, wood worktops, Belfast sink, integrated appliances including Rangemaster cooker with five ring gas hob, two ovens and grill and dishwasher, space for American style fridge/freezer and parquet floor. The useful utility room has a Belfast sink, space for a washing machine, Belfast sink, window to the side, tiled floor and door to the inner hall. The inner hall has a glass atrium ceiling and door to outside. A sauna, cloakroom and the boiler room are located off the inner hall. A further cloakroom is located off the reception hall. The cellar comprises two rooms and is currently used for storage. The first floor landing has an attractive sun room with built-in window seat and glazed door to the potential roof terrace. The master bedroom has a bay window to the front, sealed cast iron fireplace, built-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms to the first floor, with fitted wardrobes and a well finished family bathroom. There are three further double bedrooms to the second floor and a shower room. OUTSIDE Wynyard House has a pair of electric cast iron gates leading to a gravel driveway providing parking and turning for several vehicles. A wooden pedestrian gate to the side and gravel path lead to the garden. The attractive rear garden is enclosed by close boarded wooden fencing with a lawn, specimen trees, fish pond, summer house, rose and shrub beds. A paved terrace adjoins the rear, where there is a wood store, outside lighting and water tap. A wooden gate from the garden provides direct access to ''Lordy Derby's Gap', the horse walk that links Bury Road with the Heath. LOCATION Wynyard House occupies an excellent position on the famous Bury Road, one of the most sought after areas in Newmarket and a conservation area, with distant 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 home to many racing institutions including the National Stud, the National Horseracing Museum, Tattersalls and The Jockey Club. Some of the finest racing in the world is seen on Newmarket's two racecourses: The Rowley Mile and The July Course. Newmarket itself provides a good range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities, including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club; Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds offer further amenities. 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 in to London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately forty minutes' drive. EPC to follow.
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