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Newbourne, Woodbridge, IP12

Offers in the region of £625,000

Sold

2 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: IPS230147

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Central village position
  • Detached
  • 2 reception rooms
  • 2/3 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • Outbuilding
  • Extending to approx. 4.4 acres
  • Bordering an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Potential to redevelop, subject to the necessary consent
  • Offered with no onward chain

THE PROPERTY

A rare opportunity to acquire an untouched property situated in 4.4 acres in the centre of Newbourne village, bordering an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Positioned within 4.4 acres and adjoining an AONB, the property sits within the heart of Newbourne village and offers a unique opportunity for complete transformation within a special landscape. Walnut Tree Cottage is one of the last remaining untouched properties dating from the 1930s, and whilst habitable, the property would benefit from improvement works and has the potential to be significantly altered and extended, subject to the necessary consents. There is strong precedence within the village for buildings of this era to be significantly enhanced and all interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries direct with East Suffolk. LOCATION Newbourne is tucked away amidst the country lanes that run between Woodbridge and Felixstowe. There is an active local community with a thriving village pub, Nourish Café and a plant nursery, whilst a network of footpaths lead to the neighbouring riverside villages of Waldringfield and Hemley, the former providing access to the beautiful River Deben for those with boating interests. Both the county town of Ipswich, and the popular riverside town of Woodbridge, are easily accessible, lying some 7 and 6 miles to the west and north respectively, with a full range of shopping and commercial facilities on their close peripheries. Educationally, there is a wide choice of top performing schools in both the state and independent sectors, and the region's road and rail networks provide direct access to London, Stansted airport, as well as Cambridge and The Midlands. Branch and mainline rail services run regularly from both Woodbridge and Ipswich to London's Liverpool Street Station. AGENT'S NOTE Due to the nature of construction, it is unlikely that a standard mortgage can be taken against the property. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage system. Electric heating. Council Tax: Band D EPC: F DIRECTIONS What3words: bronzer.segmented.humidity Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Jackson-Stops.