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32a Station Road, Long Melford

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£475,000
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4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Sudbury

2 4 2 1
  • Sitting Room with Fireplace and French Doors
  • Separate Dining Room
  • Good Conservatory
  • Excellent Contemporary Fitted Kitchen
  • Utility Room and Downstairs Cloakroom
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • En Suite Shower Room and Family Bathroom
  • Insulated 15ft x 7ft Home Office/Workshop
  • 50ft x 45ft Front Garden and Block Paved Forecourt
  • 65ft x 60ft Rear Garden with Flagstone Terrace, Lawn & Wooded Embankment

THE LOCATION


Long Melford is an historic village, which contains a wealth of fine period houses and cottages along its linear settlement, one of the longest in England. It has an excellent range of facilities including a doctor's surgery, primary school, many pubs and restaurants and a good range of shops. The nearby market town of Sudbury and historic Bury St. Edmunds to the north each provide a further range of facilities, together with road and rail connections to London and the surrounding area. Station Road leads south out of the village centre and is part of the main road within easy walking distance of the school, shops and the heart of the village.


THE PROPERTY


32a Station Road is a modern detached house built with traditional cavity brick and part rendered walls under an interlocking tiled roof. There are uPVC double glazed replacement windows and doors and at the rear a substantial conservatory has been added. There is a single garage on the right with a large block paved forecourt providing parking and turning for a number of vehicles. To the rear is a pleasant west facing garden, steep wooded bank (owned by the property) providing a most attractive and private back drop. The house has a useful lined and insulated modern timber outbuilding, with power connected, which would be ideal as a home office/workshop. The present owners have recently carried out a number of upgrades to the house and are re-locating for family reasons.


ON THE GROUND FLOOR


Entrance Vestibule 3'6" x 3'6" (1.1m x 1.1m) With uPVC panelled and glazed front door and window to one side, ceramic floor tiles, radiator, and a modern oak contemporary inner door to the reception hall.


Reception Hall 18' x 6' (5.5m x 1.85m) A good sized hall with a window at one end, straight staircase up to the galleried landing with painted bannisters and hand rail, and under stairs recess, ceramic floor tiles, painted waist rail, radiator and oak contemporary doors (glazed to the kitchen) to the various rooms.


Sitting Room 15' x 12' (4.6m x 3.65m) At the back of the house with a window overlooking the garden and a pair of wide French doors looking over the patio to the garden. Traditional operational open fireplace with raised hearth and riven composite surround/mantlepiece, recently installed woodgrain flooring, radiator.


Dining Room 11'6" x 9'3" (3.5m x 2.8m) With bow window to the front, radiator, oak woodgrain flooring.


Conservatory 12' x 12' (3.65m x 3.65m) With cavity brick lower walls, wide gap double glazed windows on three sides, one part bricked with an arched display recess. Tilt and slide French door to the side and 9 stained glass opening casement windows. Terracotta ceramic floor tiles, with inset Roman mosaic highlights, radiator, vaulted roof with quadruple skin polycarbonate roofing and light/circulation fan.


Kitchen 12' x 9'6" (3.65m x 2.9m) With a wide window to the front above the sink, overlooking the courtyard, and a glazed contemporary door looking through the utility room to the back garden giving additional light. Fitted with an excellent range of contemporary wall and base units in cream and black with satin stainless steel handles. Units on three sides include a wall style dresser unit with book shelf, slide out larder unit with shelving, and cutlery/saucepan drawers. All with square edged oak wood grain laminate working surfaces and cream brick shape tiled splash backs. Comprehensively equipped with 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drinking water tap, space for slot in or electric cooker with black glass filter hood above, and space for dishwasher. Riven slate style ceramic floor tiles and multiple ceiling spotlights.


Utility Room 12' x 6' (3.65m x 1.85m) Leading off the kitchen with a further range of units and worktops to match the kitchen. One cupboard housing recently replaced Ideal Condensing Gas boiler supplying central heating and hot water, and spaces/surfaces for large American style fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer, stainless steel laundry sink and drainer, riven slate ceramic floor tiles, window to the rear above the sink and half glazed uPVC back door to the side, radiator.


Downstairs Cloakroom 6' x 2'6" (1.85m x 0.8m) With matching white suite comprising low flush WC and rectangular corner hand basin with column mixer tap and cupboard below. Two walls fully tiled in off white and ceramic floor tiles, chrome heated towel rail, patterned glazed windows to one side.


ON THE FIRST FLOOR


Galleried Landing 14'6" x 9'9" (4.4m x 3m) L - shaped. With a gallery rail overlooking the stairwell, window to the front with views of houses and open fields opposite, loft hatch, airing cupboard with linen shelving. Radiator, painted waist rail.


Bedroom 1 12' x 11' (3.65m x 3.35m) plus door recess including wardrobe. With a wide window to the back overlooking the garden with the wooded bank behind - a lovely back drop. Built-in wardrobe cupboards all along one wall with sliding white glass Japanese style doors, the centre one housing a bracket and point for television. Newly replaced wood grain flooring, radiator, door to :


En Suite Shower Room 7' x 6' (2.15m x 1.85m) slightly L - shaped. With recently replaced large shower cubicle with contemporary square jumbo shower head plus hand held shower spray, glass screen and drain off area, with white easy clean sides. White low flush WC and pedestal hand basin with remaining walls fully tiled in white with glass mosaic highlights. Limed oak wood grain flooring, chrome heated towel rail, patterned glazed window to the front.


Bedroom 2 12' x 8'3" (3.65m x 2.5m). With a wide window to the rear enjoying the same views as Bedroom 1, radiator.


Bedroom 3 12' x 11'6" (3.65m x 3.5m). With wide window to the front overlooking the forecourt, houses and fields opposite, newly added woodgrain flooring, radiator.


Bedroom 4 9' x 8' (2.75m x 2.45m). With window to the rear, overlooking the garden and wooded bank behind, radiator (presently in use as a study).


Family Bathroom 7'6" x 6' (2.3m x 1.85m). Matching white suite comprising panelled bath with a separate shower attachment above with glass shower screen, low flush WC with wooden seat and lozenge shaped hand basin set into a vanity unit with cupboards below and mixer tap, limestone style jumbo sized tiled splash backs, mirror with theatre lights, patterned glazed window to the front, chromium heated towel rail, ceramic wall tiles.


OUTSIDE


Garage 17' x 8'3" (5.2m x 2.5m). Of brick construction under a pitched tiled roof to match the house with roller shutter door to the front, work bench and uPVC double glazed door to the rear. Power and light connected. Useful eaves storage space.


Forecourt and Front Garden 50' x 45' (15.5m x 13.5m) maximum. The house stands well back from the road with a red brick wall on either side with a curved opening leading to an extensive block paved forecourt with access down to the garage, and parking for several vehicles. Fence and mature laurel hedge on the right and a wall and trellis fence to the left. At the front is a shrub border with a number of trees and on the left hand side of the house is a brick wall with wrought iron gate leading to a useful storage area for logs/wheelie bins and a path round to the back.


Back Garden 65' wide x 60' deep (19.5m x 18.5m) including embankment. Raised flagstone patio alongside the conservatory with steps down to a lower brick paved path which leads round the conservatory to the back of the garage. Flagstone path down along one side round to the front garden. Main garden laid to lawn with neat brick edged flower borders on either side and across the back, bamboo cane fence, this opens on to the steep embankment (former railway embankment, long closed) which is planted with a lovely variety of shrubs and trees, giving a most attractive back drop. Stairs up on one side with a path across the top. In the far left corner is a gate to a paved area with the insulted workshop.


Insulated Shed/Workshop 15' x 7' (4.6mx 2.15m) (Internally) A modern timber framed and weatherboarded building with a mon pitch flat roof. Fully insulated inside with plywood lining and proper power supply with trip switch panel. A window could be added to convert to a very useful workshop/home office.


MISCELLANEOUS


SERVICES We are advised that mains gas, water, electricity, telephone and drainage are connected, although we have not made enquiries to confirm. Gas Fired central heating. Please note we have not carried out a survey, nor tested the plumbing, heating, electrical and drainage system. House purchasers are always advised to have a survey.


COUNCIL TAX Babergh District Council (Tel: ) advised Charge Band E amount payable 2021/2022 £2,234.10


TENURE, SOFT FURNISHINGS AND FIXTURES Freehold. We have not inspected the Title Deeds. Fitted carpets included. Other fixtures by negotiation. Full list provided with formal contracts.


VIEWING AND DIRECTIONS Viewing by appointment with the Agents as above. Station Road leads out from the village centre south towards Sudbury, passing a row of cottages in Station Road on the right. Pass Withindale Lane on the right and the house is just on the right hand side.

Property Ref: s12427

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