Norton, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

A detached house in a popular and well served village in need of significant improvement enjoying grounds measuring to approximately 1.3 acres (sts). 3 reception rooms, kitchen, garden room, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Useful outbuilding.

  • Detached house requiring modernisation
  • Three reception rooms
  • Garden room
  • Kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Bathroom and downstairs cloakroom
  • Outbuilding
  • Grounds of approximately 1.3 acres
A substantial detached family house occupying an expansive plot believed to measure approximately 1.3 acres (sts) within this highly favoured Suffolk village. It is fair to say that the property does require a significantly high degree of improvement/restoration, however affords versatile accommodation which includes a substantial sitting room, separate dining room and downstairs study which would lend itself to a variety of uses if so required. The property's grounds are also in need of extensive maintenance but offer excellent potential along with far reaching undulating countryside views to the front.

Entrance door opening to:

ENTRANCE HALL: With Parquet flooring. Staircase rising to first floor. Understairs cupboard. Doors to;

SITTING ROOM: 26'1 x 13' (7.94m x 3.96m). A substantial triple aspect room with double doors opening back to the dining room. Large redbrick fireplace with inset wood burning stove under Oak bressumer.

DINING ROOM: 13'9 x 10'1 (4.19m x 3.07m). With sliding patio doors opening to rear terrace and garden beyond. Door to;

KITCHEN: 14'6 x 11'5 max (4.43m x 3.47m max). Fitted with an extensive range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a four ring electric hob with extractor hood above. 1½bowl sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap. Further integrated appliances include fridge/freezer. Space for eye level oven. Large cupboard housing water cylinder.

STUDY: 11'5 x 8'10 (3.49m x 2.69m). A useful versatile room which would lend itself to multiple uses including downstairs bedroom if so required.

GARDEN ROOM: 14'5 x 7'7 (4.40m x 2.31m). Formerly occupied as a utility area with space and plumbing for washing machine. Freestanding sink unit with single drainer. Personal side door to driveway.

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C. and wall hung wash hand basin.

First floor

LANDING: With loft access. Doors to;

BEDROOM 1: 23' x 12'4 (7.02m x 3.75m). A substantial room with large built-in double wardrobe. Three further storage cupboards (one built-into the eaves). Views overlooking the rear garden.

BEDROOM 2: 13'1 x 10'6 (3.99m x 3.19m). With double aspect and views overlooking the rear.

BEDROOM 3: 13' x 12'6 (3.96m x 3.82m). With double aspect and views overlooking the front and undulating countryside beyond. Built-in double wardrobe.

BATHROOM: 8'3 x 7'1 (2.51m x 2.16m). Fitted with corner bath, separate shower cubicle. W.C. and wash hand basin with vanity unit surround.

AGENTS NOTE: Due to the grounds being severely overgrown, uneven and with many articles littering the area we require all viewers to take extreme caution and do so at their own risk. All viewers must be accompanied in the gardens.

Outside The property is set down a quaint lane away from the road and is approached via a long sweeping gravel driveway that is flanked by a lawn area with established trees and mature hedging, the drive in turn provides access to the house and the rear.

A terrace area immediately abuts the rear of the property leading to the grounds which are predominantly lawn with well-established shrubs and trees. A summerhouse is conveniently placed towards the centre of the plot.

There is an OUTBUILDING with power and light connected which is currently used for storage but would lend itself to a multiple of uses.

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