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Bury Road, Bradfield Combust, Bury St Edmunds, IP30

Guide price £795,000

4 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: BUR190162

A superb period home with gardens and grounds of about 2.13 acres

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Beautifully presented period house
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room/bedroom 5
  • 3 further bedrooms
  • Gated driveway and parking
  • Double garage
  • Outbuildings
  • Gardens and meadow
  • In all about 2.13 acres

THE PROPERTY

A beautifully presented and maintained Georgian fronted property believed to date back to the 17th century set back from the road with grounds of about 2.13 acres. Entrance hall, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, snug, study and cloakroom. First floor master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room/bedroom, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Gated driveway and parking area, double garage, outbuildings, gardens and meadow. In all about 2.13 acres (sts) THE PROPERTY Cottage Farm is a stylishly presented and comfortably proportioned unlisted period property that benefits significantly from Georgian character that has overlaid the earlier origins that are believed to be 17th century. A columned portico porch gives access via double opening panelled doors to the entrance hall with tiled floor, exposed brickwork, electrics cupboard, main staircase, cloakroom and the principal reception rooms. The sitting room features a large sash window to the front elevation with French doors with side screen windows to the rear terrace. There is an open brick surround fireplace with timber mantel beam, exposed ceiling beam and radiator covers further enhancing the accommodation. The dining room also benefits from a large sash window to the front, a fireplace with brick hearth, ceiling beam and opening with steps down to the kitchen. The snug with further windows to the front elevation also benefits from a 1/2 glazed door to the side and is open to the study/home office. This space was previously utilised as a 6th bedroom with en-suite services available in the study area. To the rear of the house the tastefully fitted kitchen presents polished white granite worksurfaces with underset double Belfast sink, tiled splash backs, integrated larder fridge, a cupboard housing the dishwasher, an electric hob cooker with extractor hood above. There is access, up a couple of steps to the breakfast room that has casement windows giving views of the back garden, a door to the rear, second staircase to the 1st floor and worksurface with inset sink and cupboard housing the washing machine below. The first-floor landing, with stairs to either end affords the stunning feature of the co axial exposed chimney breasts that connect in the vaulted ceiling. The master bedroom benefits from a sash window to the front, a charming feature fireplace and access through to the en-suite shower room that in turn gives access through to the dressing room/bedroom five which used to open independently to the landing but is now fitted with a full wall of wardrobe cupboards. There are three further double bedrooms that are served by a spacious family bathroom with tiled shower cubical, panel enclosed bath, wash basin, wc and airing and storage cupboards with a Velux roof light window to the rear. OUTSIDE Set back from Bury Road behind a brick wall with front gated access to the tree lined gravelled driveway, Cottage Farm is well positioned with lawns to either side of the drive, a gravelled parking area to the front of the house, gated access to the side and a detached double garage with boiler room affording superb further storage space. To the rear of the house is a paved terrace onto which the outbuilding loggia opens, affording superb alfresco dining space. This brick and flint outbuilding also presents two further store rooms/ sheds that could provide further scope for accommodation. The enclose rear garden is well maintained and landscaped with lawn, shrub and flower borders. A gate to the rear leads to a long pathway which gives access to the meadow to the rear.