Guide price £600,000
A modernised period cottage located close to the town centre with a surprising secret garden. Located on Seckford Street, a short distance from Market Hill, the property is orientated due south, presenting handsome painted brick and rendered elevations beneath pitched slate and pantile roofs. Extending to some 1,250 sq ft, No.63 is arranged over three storeys and combines period detail, charm and elegance with 21st Century living. Accessed from street level the property gives way to a twin aspect living room complete with open fireplace and adjacent hall/study, with stairs descending to the lower ground floor, offering a modern and underfloor heated fitted kitchen with woodburning stove and bi-fold doors leading to the south facing terrace. Completing this lower level is the utility room with WC. The top floor of the property offers the twin aspect principal bedroom with views over the Seckford Almshouse to the north and gardens to the south. Adjacent is the shower/dressing room, with the second bedroom located on the floor below. OUTSIDE Orientated due south and accessed directly from the kitchen is the walled suntrap terrace, with side gate providing access to a path returning to street level, along with access to the established ''secret garden', providing complete privacy and seclusion, designed by Isobel Bilgen and planted with herbaceous beds and borders, interspersed with young trees, with a backdrop of mature oak and beech trees. LOCATION Located close to the centre of the historic market town of Woodbridge, offering an array of shops and independent trading outlets, together with top performing schools in both the independent and state sector, restaurants, pubs, hotels, doctor's surgery, library, gym, swimming pool, rail station and Riverside Theatre. Woodbridge is located on the banks of the River Deben, which provides a wide range of water sports opportunities, along with further access to a variety of local sports clubs and golf clubs. The county town of Ipswich is approximately 8 miles to the southwest, where there is a direct train service which runs through to London Liverpool Street station. There is easy access to the coast at Aldeburgh and Thorpeness, which offer well renowned golf courses and yacht club. DISTANCES Market Hill & Thoroughfare - a short walk River Deben - walking distance Station - 1 mile (London Liverpool Street 80 mins) Ipswich - 8 miles (London Liverpool Street 65 mins) Snape Maltings + Concert Hall - 10 miles Rendlesham + Tunstall Forests - 10 miles Aldeburgh - 16 miles DIRECTIONS (IP12 4LZ) Travelling from the A12, take the Dobbies Garden Centre roundabout, entering Woodbridge on the B1079 Grundisburgh Road. At the junction turn right onto Burkitt Road and proceed towards Market Hill, turning right and then right again into Seckford Street. The property will be found after Fen Meadow (parkland) on the left-hand side. Alternatively, travelling on foot from Market Hill, proceed to the top of the square and take the left-hand exit, (by the Kings Head pub), into Seckford Street, proceed beyond the Fen Meadow, where the property will be found on the left-hand side. What3words: shops.stopwatch.responses SERVICES Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected. EPC: D Council Tax: Band D FIXTURES AND FITTINGS Items regarded as fixtures and fittings are initially excluded from the sale, although certain items may be available by separate negotiation. VIEWINGS By appointment with Jackson-Stops.
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