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St Edmund Close, Ixworth, Bury St Edmunds, IP31

Guide price £825,000

4 Beds 3 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: BSE180251

Superbly presented detached house in tucked away location with large garden.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • A superbly presented detached house
  • Substantial accommodation of over 3000 sq ft
  • Attractive ‘tucked away’ location
  • Well-appointed village
  • Just 15 minutes from Bury St Edmunds
  • Large kitchen/breakfast/family room
  • 3 Reception rooms & 4 Bedrooms
  • Driveway, parking, double garage & carport
  • Large garden abutting woodland
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

THE PROPERTY

A superbly presented detached house with substantial accommodation of over 3000 sq ft, standing in an attractive ''tucked away' location within this well-appointed village, just 15 minutes from Bury St Edmunds. No Onward Chain. Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast/family room, utility, bedroom, bedroom/snug, bath/shower room and cloakroom. Large landing, master bedroom suite with balcony and en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a family shower room. Driveway & parking, attached double garage & carport, large garden abutting woodland and summer house. THE PROPERTY 10 St Edmund Close is a superbly presented detached house with origins dating back to the 1970's and presents a combination of brick, weather boarded and colour washed rendered elevations, boasting generously proportioned accommodation of over 3000 sq ft. This comfortable family home has been modernised and updated over recent years including a new kitchen and several bathrooms. The large reception hall features the stairs leading to the first floor, walk in boiler room and doors lead to the ground floor accommodation with a large sitting room featuring a brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove with plinths to either side, polished wooden floor boards, windows and large sliding doors to the rear (recently fitted) and a large opening and steps lead to the dining room, which has twin front aspect windows and leads into the kitchen/breakfast/family room, which is of particular note and has a large vaulted roof lantern, rear windows and double doors, all providing a lovely light and airy feel. The kitchen, which is about 3 years old is comprehensively fitted with a wide range of base and eye level units, work surfaces, breakfast bar, integrated Smeg double oven and Smeg microwave, ceramic hob, plumbing for automatic appliance and has a wonderful family seating area with rear views over the gardens. An opening leads through into the utility area, which has a large stainless-steel sink, base and eye level units, worktops and plumbing for appliances. The side lobby has a door leading to the front aspect, houses the water softener, has a door to the double garage and to a separate wc. Continuing on the ground floor there is a large bedroom/snug, which is currently used as an office, a further bedroom, which is currently used as a study and a family bathroom. The large landing has a fully glazed front aspect and leads to three further bedrooms with a very large master suite, which has a fitted dressing table, inset circular bath (disconnected) and washbasin, en-suite shower room with walk in store cupboard (former sauna), windows to the front aspect, Velux window and double doors lead to a covered balcony area overlooking the rear garden and abutting woodland. There is also a family shower room. OUTSIDE The property is approached over a tarmacadam type driveway with side and central areas of lawn, which leads into a carriage driveway and to a double garage and carport. The rear gardens enjoy a good degree of privacy and are predominantly laid to lawn with many mature shrubs and trees, ornamental fish pond and a large rear terrace abutting the property. There is a wooden garden shed, a summer house, compost area and the gardens are enclosed by fencing and mature hedging abutting woodland. LOCATION The property occupies an attractive tucked away location in a mature setting within a select area, a short distance from the village centre. Ixworth is a popular and well-appointed village located about 7 miles north east of Bury St Edmunds and is noted for its extensive facilities, which include a well-stocked village store, butcher shop and delicatessen, two public houses, a restaurant, doctors surgery, police station, fire station, primary school, secondary school, fish and chip shop and a fine parish church. The property offers easy access into Bury St Edmunds along the A143 and good access to the A14, which leads to the east coast ports or west to Newmarket, Cambridge and the M11. For the rail commuter there are frequent mainline services from either Stowmarket or Diss with Stowmarket taking approximately 80 minutes into London Liverpool Street.