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Ixworth Road, Norton, Bury St Edmunds, IP31

Guide price £530,000

4 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: BSE210060

A modern detached house standing in a tucked away location


  • A recently constructed and generously proportioned detached house
  • Tucked away location within this highly regarded village
  • Large open plan kitchen/dining/family room
  • Sitting room & study
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Driveway and parking
  • Garden


A recently constructed and generously proportioned detached house standing in a tucked away location within this highly regarded village. Entrance hall, kitchen/dining/family room, sitting room, study, utility room, side lobby and cloakroom First floor master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bath/shower room. Driveway and parking, garden and small garden store. THE PROPERTY A recently constructed individual family home standing in a tucked away location overlooking the playing fields within this well served village. This individual, architect designed home is deceptively spacious with generously proportioned accommodation. Presenting mellow red brick elevations under pantiled roofs, this family house boasts a high specification finish including air source heating (underfloor on the ground floor), an impressive and comprehensively fitted kitchen/dining/family room with integrated appliances, solid oak internal doors, fitted carpets and floor coverings and UPVC double glazed windows and doors. The entrance door leads into the hall, which has double door access into the sitting room, which features a bay window to the front aspect. The impressive, partly vaulted kitchen/dining/family room measures over 23' x 18' and is beautifully fitted with a wide range of units under super white quartz work surfaces and integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, ceramic hob with extractor over, twin ovens including a combination oven incorporating a warming drawer and a separate fan assisted oven. There is a large matching island, again with super white quartz work surface and units beneath. There are three ceiling roof lights and wall to wall bi-folding doors to the rear garden. This light and spacious room also has a window to the side aspect and leads into the side lobby, which has a door to the garden and a door leading into the utility room, which is fitted with units and super white quartz work surfaces matching the kitchen with cupboards and space for appliances under, a two tier cupboard, stainless steel sink and has a rear aspect. Continuing on the ground there is a study with a window to the side aspect and a cloakroom. On the first floor a spacious landing area leads to four double bedrooms with the master enjoying a front aspect overlooking the playing fields, a built in double wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. Bedroom two also has a front aspect and bedrooms three and four both have built-in double wardrobes and a rear aspect. There is a family bathroom, which has a panel bath, a separate shower cubicle, wash basin with cupboards under and a low level wc. OUTSIDE The property is approached via a private tree lined gravel drive leading to the front of the house, which is predominantly laid to gravel providing parking for two to three vehicles. The enclosed rear gardens enjoy a large terraced area laid with porcelain paving, making it an ideal alfresco dining area with the remainder of the garden laid to lawn. A side gravelled path leads to two small garden stores and further side access, laid with porcelain paving, leads through to the front of the property. LOCATION Standing off a private gravel drive in a tucked away location beside the playing fields, Bedric View enjoys a most pleasant location whilst being a short walk to the local amenities of Norton, which include a public house and restaurant ''The Dog', a fuel station and convenience store, a highly regarded primary school and a fine parish church. There is an active local community and the neighbouring large villages of Ixworth and Elmswell offer more comprehensive facilities. There is good access to the A14 at Elmswell and for the rail commuter the mainline station at Stowmarket (9 miles) offers a fast and regular service to London Liverpool Street, taking approximately 80 minutes. For more comprehensive facilities the historic cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds is approximately 10 miles to the west and offers an excellent range of amenities with schooling in the private and public sectors, extensive shopping facilities and a good range of leisure facilities including health clubs, swimming pools and golf clubs. The university city of Cambridge is approximately 36 miles to the west and offers unrivalled schooling opportunities and excellent shopping and amenity facilities.