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Church Lane, Worlington, Bury St Edmunds, IP28


New instruction

5 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: NEW200132


A Grade II listed house in a sought after village location offering huge potential for modernisation (stp) THE PROPERTY 36 Church Lane is an attractive Grade II listed village house, offering huge potential for modernisation, occupying a prime location on the edge of this charming village, adjacent to the church. The property is timbered frame and dates back to the late 17th Century with later modifications and extensions. This unique and versatile property has an entrance hall, two well-proportioned reception rooms, kitchen with pantry and internal hall with stairs to the first floor and large cellar to the lower ground floor. The first floor has a landing, two double bedrooms (one with built-in wardrobes), study/bedroom 5 and family bathroom. The second floor has two attic rooms with restricted head height, perfect for 2 further good size bedrooms. The property offers very exciting potential for modernisation (subject to planning). OUTSIDE 36 Church Lane has shared access through a set of black panelled gates with parking for several cars. The mature garden is enclosed by fencing and a flint and brick wall, is mainly laid to lawn, with mature specimen trees, well stocked flower and shrub beds, large terrace, outside lighting and water tap. There are various useful outbuildings/garden stores and a good size laundry room which is attached to the house. LOCATION 36 Church Street is on the edge of this popular village on the Cambridgeshire/Suffolk border, well known as the home of the Royal Worlington Golf Club. Worlington is a quintessential village in the beautiful county of Suffolk with a public house, cricket pitch, village hall and church. The market town of Mildenhall is located approx. 2 miles east, where you will find a supermarket, petrol stations, ample shops and restaurants and the leisure centre with swimming pool. Just eight miles away, the horseracing town of Newmarket offers a good range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, restaurants and leisure facilities, including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. Bury St Edmunds and the University City of Cambridge offer a wider range of amenities. Within a thirty minute drive, Worlington is commutable to Cambridge with its world renowned Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Addenbrookes hospital and separate treatment centre, Rosie maternity hospital, Royal Papworth Hospital, AstraZeneca, National Institute for Health Research, Welcome Trust, Medical Research Council, burgeoning high-tech industries, science parks, reputable schools and City airport. There is excellent access to the A11, A14 and M11. There is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich with a station at nearby Kennett. Cambridge, Audley End and Whittlesford Parkway offer direct rail lines into London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately forty miles.