Wickhambrook, Newmarket

An impressive and substantial home finished to an exacting standard in a modern and contemporary style. Internally the property offers bright and spacious accommodation with in excess of 4000sq ft living space incorporating a stunning master bedroom suite, large family room with vaulted ceiling, games room and indoor heated hydro-pool swim spa. The property is set within 2.6 acres and enjoys undulating countryside views and further benefits from a cart lodge with scope for further development as well as a stable block.

  • Sought After Location
  • Stunning Views
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Modernised Throughout
  • Spacious Living Accommodation
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
ENTRANCE HALL With solid oak flooring and bespoke staircase leading to the first floor.

SITTING ROOM 24' 11" x 15' 9" (7.6m x 4.82m) A spacious room with dual aspect windows, feature brick fireplace and woodburner.

FAMILY ROOM 23' 7" x 19' 1" (7.2m x 5.82m) With vaulted ceiling, exposed oak timbers and dual aspect windows.

GAMES ROOM With solid oak flooring, window to the side, bi-folding doors to:

POOL ROOM An oak timber framed room with cedar wood decked flooring with heated swimming pool, exposed beams, bi folding doors and vaulted ceiling.

DINING ROOM 17' 9" x 11' 10" (5.42m x 3.61m) With dual aspect windows to the front and side and feature fireplace

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 24' 0" x 17' 4" (7.33m x 5.3m) An impressive modern kitchen with Central Island with one piece granite worktop. Integrated Bosch appliances include a microwave, oven, and dishwasher. Butler style sink inset, AGA, natural stone flooring, boiling hot tap, separate gas hob and natural slate floor.

CLOAKROOM With WC, wash hand basin and part wood panelled walls.

UTILITY ROOM With space and plumbing for washing machine, butler sink inset a range of base units with solid wooden worktop and natural slate flooring. Door leading to:

SECOND CLOAKROOM With WC, wash hand basin and tiled flooring.

BOOT ROOM With natural slates tiled flooring, window to the side and part glazed wood door to the front garden.

GARDEN ROOM An outdoor room with 2 x wall mounted heaters and cedar wood decked flooring.

First Floor

MASTER BEDROOM SUITE 23' 3" x 17' 7" (7.1m x 5.37m) With window to the rear, views over paddocks and farmland and recessed spot lighting. En-suite comprising corner shower, natural stone tiling, wash hand basin, WC, panel enclosed bath, underfloor heating and velux window to the rear.

DRESSING ROOM With recessed spot lighting and a range of fitted wardrobes and shelving.

BEDROOM 2 18' 0" x 15' 11" (5.5m x 4.87m) A large bright and spacious room with free standing copper bath and spot lighting. En-suite with wash hand basin, shower, heated towel rail, underfloor hearing and natural stone tiled flooring.

BEDROOM 3 17' 10" x 17' 6" (5.45m x 5.35m) A double room with built in wardrobe and 2 x dormer windows to the front.

BEDROOM 4 18' 0" x 15' 11" (5.5m x 4.87m) With built in wardrobe and window to the front.

FAMILY BATHROOM With WC, wash hand basin, bath tub, shower cubicle and window to the rear aspect.

Outside The property is approached via an electric gate and shingle driveway with formal front gardens including ornamental topiary planting and a variety of mature trees. In addition there is a TRIPLE CART LODGE with planning consent with scope for further development to create a 1 bedroom annexe. A 5 bar gate leads to stables and tack room with power and light connected. The rear garden enjoys a large lawned area as well as cedar wood deck edged with glass balustrade. The remaining grounds are divided into paddocks.

In all about 2.6 acres.

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