Beyton, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

A splendid detached family house affording substantial accommodation and enjoying an enviable private position nestled towards the centre of this desirable Suffolk village. Three reception rooms and five bedrooms (2 en-suite). Grounds of 0.75 acre and double garage.

  • Splendid detached family house approaching 4000 sq ft
  • Presented to an excellent order throughout
  • Three reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room and utility
  • Cellar (currently utilised as office)
  • Conservatory/garden room
  • Five bedrooms (2 en-suite)
  • Grounds approaching 0.75 acre
A splendid detached family house built to a very high standard approximately twenty eight years ago and enjoying an enviable private position nestled away from the village green. The property is presented to an excellent order throughout and affords substantial versatile accommodation approaching 4000 sq ft. and is further complemented by extensive delectable grounds and enjoys a convenient location for ease of access to the A14 in this highly regarded Suffolk village.

ENTRANCE DOOR: Through to;

ENTRANCE PORCH: With views over the grounds. Door providing access to cellar. Door to;

RECEPTION HALL: An expansive welcoming area with grand staircase rising to first floor, large built-in storage cupboard. Doors to;

DRAWING ROOM: An impressive room with French style doors opening to the rear terrace offering the potential for al fresco dining. Attractive box bay window overlooking the side terrace. Feature gas fire with marble effect hearth surround and mantle creating the main focal point of the room. Archway leading through to;

DINING ROOM: A substantial room ideal for entertaining family and guests with views over the rear grounds and French style doors opening to reception hall.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: A delightful room with an extensive range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. A large U-shaped matching central island with base units under work preparation surfaces also incorporating electric hob and integrated fridge/freezer. Further integrated appliances include Neff eye level double oven. Large built-in larder cupboard.

UTILITY ROOM: A useful room fitted with matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a sink unit with mixer tap above. Space and plumbing for a washing machine.

FAMILY ROOM: A versatile room with French style doors opening to the;

GARDEN ROOM/CONSERVATORY: With two sets of French style doors opening to rear terrace allowing one the potential to enjoy warm summer days. Tiled flooring. Views overlooking the rear grounds.

GUEST ROOM/BEDROOM 2: Delightful bedroom accommodation ideal for guests with large built-in wardrobes and door opening to;

EN SUITE BATHROOM: With "Jack and Jill" doors. Fitted with wash hand basin with vanity unit surround and cupboard beneath, enclosed bath with mixer tap and built-in shower attachment over, corner shower cubicle and W.C.

REAR LOBBY: With two external doors providing access to the grounds. Doors to;

CLOAKROOM: With wash hand basin and W.C. Door to;

BOOT ROOM/BOILER ROOM: Oil boiler serving central heating and hot water system. Tiled flooring. Door providing access to double garage.

CELLAR: Accessed via the entrance porch. Currently utilised as a home office by the present Vendors. Power and light connected.

First floor

LANDING/READING AREA: A light and airy inviting space with velux window and built-in shelving. Built-in laundry cupboard.

MASTER SUITE: Cleverly designed room with a dressing area including extensive built-in wardrobes. Built-in cupboard. Opening to;

BEDROOM: With box bay window providing views over the grounds. Door to;

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Fitted with a large walk-in shower, wash hand basin with mixer tap, vanity surround and cupboard beneath, W.C. with encased cistern. Heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 3: With fitted wardrobes. Views over the side grounds.

BEDROOM 4/STUDY: Currently used as a study by the present owners. Box bay window overlooking the rear grounds. Built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 5: Presently occupied as a walk-in wardrobe/dressing room. Velux window.

BATHROOM: With corner shower cubicle, enclosed bath with tiled surround, wash hand basin, W.C. Heated towel rail.

Outside York House is approached via a long sweeping driveway providing extensive parking for numerous vehicles, turning space and providing access to the DOUBLE GARAGE having electric up and over door, power and light, personal side door providing access to the property.

The remainder of the grounds are a sheer delight, predominantly laid to lawn interspersed and bordered by numerous well stocked flowering beds and established trees creating a degree of privacy. A large terrace area beneath an awning abuts the rear of the property ideal for al fresco dining. The houses stands centrally within its own private grounds and is believed to measure approximately three quarters of an acre.

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