Guide price £895,000
A superbly presented modern family home set in grounds of about 1.2 acres, wonderfully located off a quiet rural lane in open countryside just south east of Bury St Edmunds. Haglesdon House is a well presented family home that principally presents rendered elevations under a tiled roof with weather boarded dormers to the first floor. The property dates back to 1973 and has been significantly extended, improved and stylishly updated by the current owners over the last 20 years. The spacious accommodation extends to around 4,198 sq ft and affords the convenience of low maintenance UPVC double glazed windows (all of which have been replaced by the current owners), oil fired central heating and a stylish high specification finish particularly in areas such as the kitchen, bathrooms and sitting room. In brief, the oak front door leads into the entrance giving access to the spacious entrance hall, with an oak banister and panelled staircase leading to the first floor with under-stairs storage cupboard and separate double cloaks cupboard. The large sitting room provides superb views across the garden to open countryside beyond, through a large bay window to the side and window to the rear. There is an impressive and stylish Stovax wood burning stove with log store below and a dark granite hearth. Double doors open to the southwest facing conservatory which in turn opens to the garden. The dining room (currently used as a curtain making studio) is well proportioned with a large window affording country views to the rear. There is also a beautifully presented cloakroom. The open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room is a key feature of the property and has been designed for modern living with a sitting area, breakfast bar and day room with bifold doors opening to the rear garden. The bespoke kitchen area is beautifully presented and fitted to the highest specification by Knights Country Kitchens and features oak and timber framed wall and base units, two dresser styled units, a beautiful corner larder, polished granite work surfaces and breakfast bar. Appliances include a Stoves induction hob with extractor above, separate integrated Siemens oven and microwave, Bosch dishwasher, sink with boiling water Quooker tap, water softener and underfloor heating. There is also a very useful, for this country property, large utility room with stable door to the kitchen and space and plumbing for appliances, a decent rear hall/boot room with doors to the garden, an office and a gym/tack room, which was converted from part of the double garage. On the first floor a large landing, with two double wardrobes providing linen storage space and an airing cupboard that also houses the solar water panel boost controls and tank which compliments the main oil-fired hot water heating system, gives access to four well-proportioned double bedrooms and a family shower room. Both the master and guest bedrooms have excellent en-suite bath/shower rooms and a luxurious finish. Bedroom three also benefits from a concealed wash basin set into a wardrobe cupboard and all have excellent views from the windows. This peacefully located property is approached across a gated and tarmacked in/out driveway with the front garden being mainly laid to lawn with several shrub and flower beds, 3 wonderful oak trees, a cob nut tree, hazel tree and two sheds/stores. There is gated side access to the rear garden and paddock to the side. The rear garden again is mainly laid to lawn with a hedge enclosure, separate fenced kitchen garden area with a roof water collection vessel to the side. There is a fenced paddock to the side, which also benefits from gated access to the lane at the front and is currently utilised for grazing. Agents Note: There is an additional 3.3 acres of attached grazing land to the side and rear potentially available by separate negotiation with the neighboring land owner - please ask for further details as this is not an associated proposal.
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