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St Andrews Street North, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33

Guide price £325,000

Sold-STC

3 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: BSE220096

Characterful townhouse with garden, close to town

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • A characterful, well-proportioned terraced home
  • Standing in a convenient location close to the town
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Cellar
  • Arranged over three floors
  • Enclosed front and rear gardens
  • Terraced and lawned west facing rear garden
  • Garden shed

THE PROPERTY

A characterful, well-proportioned three storey terraced home standing in a convenient location close to the town centre, with enclosed garden and cellar. Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, attached outhouse wc and a cellar. First floor master bedroom, guest bedroom and a family bathroom. Second floor third bedroom. Enclosed front and rear gardens, terraced and lawned west facing rear garden and a garden shed. THE PROPERTY This comfortable Victorian mid terraced house has a former coach arch to one side of the house, meaning that while it is mid terraced, it only has a connected wall to one side, on the ground floor. The property benefits from a charming mix of modern and traditional features such as the original sash and casement windows and the double-glazed door and windows to the rear, original fireplaces, exposed floorboards and a combi gas boiler. The property will be considered dated in places, so would benefit from modernisation and affords further scope for improvement as the cellar is original, with good ceiling height, and the garden is a good size, if a home office or workshop shed is required. The well-proportioned accommodation, in brief, comprises a panelled front door with window light above, leading in from the front steps to the entrance hall, with stairs leading to the first floor and doors to the two reception rooms, the kitchen/breakfast room and the cellar. The sitting room is charming with exposed floorboards, impressive original feature fireplace, beautiful low-level alcove cupboards and a traditional bay window with sash window to the front elevation. The dining room opens, via a double-glazed door, to the rear garden and also benefits from another superb feature fireplace with mantle shelving and back board housing a mirror. The kitchen/breakfast room is lightly fitted with a small range of bespoke built-in units providing cupboards, shelves and a stainless-steel sink unit, space and plumbing for a washing machine and an electric cooker point. The breakfast area gives space for a table and chairs and there is a half glazed back door to the garden and two casement windows to the side. A door leads down to the cellar stairs from the hallway and the cellar is as original with a brick floor, painted brick and flint walls, a walk-in pantry store cupboard with door and the former coal hole under the path to the front. A casement window with ventilation, opens to the grilled light well to the front garden. Off a half landing to the first floor, the family bathroom affords an enamelled panel enclosed bath, wc, pedestal wash basin, linen store cupboard, cupboard housing the gas fired combi boiler and there is a double-glazed window to the rear. There are two bedrooms on the first floor, both with feature fireplaces and a third bedroom on the second floor, with casement dormer window giving views to the rear. OUTSIDE The property is approached across a gated stepped path from the street, with a wall enclosed front garden with gravel area, lavender planting and store space for the bins. The rear garden has an attached outhouse wc (which could potentially be incorporated into the house) and is terraced and lawned, with a high boundary wall to one side and the remnants of a former garden house/store to the rear. LOCATION St Andrews Street North is well regarded as a convenient location on the northern side of the town centre between the town and the railway station, both of which are about a 5-minute walk. Bury St Edmunds 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. There are numerous high-quality restaurants and cultural amenities including the beautiful Georgian Theatre Royal and The Abbey Gardens. The University City of Cambridge is approximately 28 miles away and offers unrivalled schooling opportunities and excellent shopping and amenity facilities. There is good access to the A14, A11 (M11) and the railway station at Bury St Edmunds offers a link to mainline services to London's Liverpool Street and King's Cross. Alternatively, there is a regular train service from Stowmarket to London Liverpool Street taking approximately 80 minutes. Stansted International Airport is approximately 50 minutes by car. DIRECTIONS On foot from the Market Square in the centre of Bury St Edmunds proceed down St Johns Street to the archway pedestrian access on the left that leads through to the Library and St Andrews Street North. Turn right down the street and the property will be found just beyond the No Entry exit from the St Andrews Long Stay Carpark and bus Station, on the left. The house will be identified by a Jackson-Stops ''For Sale' board PROPERTY INFORMATION Services - Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Local Authority - West Suffolk Council Council Tax - Band C Tenure - Freehold