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Charming townhouse with courtyard garden, close to town centre

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • A charming, spacious Grade II listed townhouse
  • Walking distance of the town centre
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Courtyard garden with parking space

THE PROPERTY

A charming, spacious Grade II listed townhouse with a part walled garden & parking well located on a no through road within walking distance of the town centre. Entrance hall, spacious living room with Aga range cooker, galley kitchen, ground floor study/bedroom with shower cubical, cloakroom and garden/boot room. First floor spacious landing sitting room, two bedrooms and a family bathroom with walk-in wardrobe store. Courtyard garden and parking area within the garden. A convenient 7 minutes walk, for the owner, to the centre of town, 5 minutes walk to the train station and 7 minutes walk to Tescos supermarket. THE PROPERTY A charming and spacious, Grade II listed period town house (as part of a group listing of the building, which was a former Inn, now split into several residential properties) dating back to the early 1800's, presenting a white brick front faade under a tiled roof. Due to the historic nature of the property, there is a small section of flying freehold. A panelled entrance door with glazed insert, leads into an entrance porch with mat well and doors into a storage cupboard and the living room. The living/dining room has a tiled floor, high ceiling with some exposed timbers and features a large sash window to the front and internal window to the garden room to the rear, storage cupboards, stairs leading to the first floor, a gas fired Aga range cooker, space and connections for a separate cooker and opens through a doorway opening to a galley kitchen area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye level units, woodblock work surface with an inset stainless steel sink unit, part tiled walls and splashbacks with space and plumbing for appliances. An inner lobby has doors leading into a ground floor bedroom/study with half-glazed door leading out to the rear courtyard and a shower cubicle and pedestal hand wash basin. Also off the lobby is a cloakroom and the garden/boot room which has a Perspex roof, tiled floor, French doors to the courtyard garden and a half-glazed door out to the parking area in the garden. On the first floor there is a superbly spacious landing reception room with sash window to the front, timber panelled walls and ceiling and a feature fireplace mantle and surround and plug for an electric fire/stove. Doors lead off to two bedrooms, both with exposed floorboards and sash windows with the rear bedroom also benefiting from an original feature fireplace. There is also a family bathroom with an airing cupboard and walk-in wardrobe store. OUTSIDE The property fronts onto the pavement and to the rear there is a high wall, fence and double gate (for car access) enclosed courtyard garden, which as it faces in a westerly direction, is ideal for alfresco evening entertainment. The garden is mainly paved with some shrub and flower borders and affords the option to park a car within, as there is permitted access across the yard to the rear, from Tayfen Road. The property is within Zone A for resident parking permits which allows two permits per household with a current annual fee of £59 for the first permit and £76 for the second permit, for cars. LOCATION The property stands towards the bottom of Long Brackland off the end of St John's Street and is, therefore, close and within easy walking distance of the town centre and the railway station. Bury St Edmunds is a thriving medieval market town located in the heart of East Anglia and offers an excellent range of amenities with schooling in the public and private sectors, extensive shopping and leisure facilities, and cultural amenities including the beautiful, historic Theatre Royal, which is the last working Regency playhouse in Britain. There is good access to the A14, A11(M11) and the railway station at Bury St Edmunds offers links to mainline services to London's Liverpool Street and Kings Cross. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Local Authority West Suffolk Council Council Tax Band B Tenure Freehold Broadband we are informed that the current average superfast broadband speed is 80 Mbps Mobile Signal/Coverage Yes Viewing Only by appointment with the sole agents Jackson-Stops. Tel. 01284 700535