Woolpit, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

A substantial and versatile house in a semi-rural location which has an excellent adjoining annexe wing or could be incorporated into one main house. Large outbuilding incorporating stables, tack room and garage. In all about 3.8 acres.

  • An exceptional and versatile detached house
  • Semi-rural location on the periphery of a well regarded village
  • Can be utilised as one main house or with an annexe wing
  • 4 reception rooms
  • 5 bedrooms ((3 en-suite)
  • Large outbuilding with stables, tack room and garage
  • In all about 3.8 acres
  • Far reaching countryside views
An exceptional detached house offering substantial accommodation and enjoying a semi-rural location on the periphery of this highly regarded Suffolk village. Pine Lodge has been cleverly designed to incorporate versatile accommodation with an excellent adjoining annexe wing that could easily reinstate itself to become one large house if so required. This superb property is also benefitted by grounds believed to measure approximately 3.8 acres that incorporate paddocks and all-encompass far reaching countryside views to the rear.

Part glazed entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: With fitted coconut matting. Door to large store cupboard currently used as a utility cupboard and having two further storage cupboards. Doors to;

DRAWING ROOM: 23'3 x 16'8 (7.09m x 5.09m). Positioned to the rear of the house and having three sets of French style doors opening to the rear grounds to enjoy wonderful far reaching countryside views. Wood burning stove to the corner of the room creating the main focal point and having tiled flooring and continues through to a sitting area.

SITTING ROOM: 11'4 x 8'5 (3.45m x 2.56m). A versatile room having stairs to first floor with understairs storage cupboard housing central heating boiler. Tiled flooring continues through to a large opening that allows access to;

DINING ROOM: 21'5 x 10'6 (6.52m x 3.20m). A substantial dual aspect room having wood burning stove creating the main focal point of the room. Entrance door to;

KITCHEN: 15'1 x 9'11 (4.59m x 3.02m). Fitted with an extensive range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces that incorporate a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, oven with electric hob and extractor hood over. Further integrated appliances include fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Separate external door. Tiled flooring runs throughout.

BEDROOM 2: 12'5 x 8'8 (3.78m x 2.63m). With front aspect. Door to;

EN SUITE: Having shower cubicle with tiled surround, wash hand basin with vanity unit cupboard beneath and W.C. with concealed cistern. Tiled floor.

BEDROOM 3: 14'1 x 9'11 (4.29m x 3.02m). With rear aspect. Extensive built-in wardrobes.

BATHROOM: 9'11 x 7'5 (3.02m x 2.26m). With rear aspect. Oval bath with mixer tap, W.C. with concealed cistern, vanity unit with cupboard below, vanity basin and central mixer tap. Heated towel rail.

STUDY/BEDROOM 4: 12'11 x 10'11 (3.93m x 3.32m). A versatile space which would lend itself to a multiple of uses. Front aspect. Large built-in wardrobe. Opening to the annexe wing.

First floor (via staircase from the sitting room)

LANDING/DRESSING AREA: 12'7 x 11'11 (3.84m x 3.62m). With two built-in wardrobes. Door to;

MASTER BEDROOM: 18'1 x 17'9 (5.51m x 5.41m). A superb triple aspect room with excellent picture window with enviable far reaching countryside views allowing natural light to flood in.

EN SUITE: Fitted with large shower cubicle with tiled surround, W.C., and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.

Annexe wing (accessed via study/bedroom 4)

DRAWING/DINING ROOM: 29'1 x 23'6 (8.86m x 7.16m). An impressive open plan triple aspect living area with two sets of French style doors opening to the rear grounds and offering views of the paddocks and neighbouring countryside. Floor to ceiling height windows overlooking the side garden. Staircase rising to the first floor accommodation for the annexe wing.

KITCHEN: 15' x 12'4 x 4.57m x 3.77m). Fitted with an extensive range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces having 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Further integrated appliances include eye level oven and four ring electric hob. Space for dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. Large built-in cupboard. Rear aspect.

First floor annexe wing (via staircase from annexe drawing/sitting room)

BEDROOM 5: 23'2 x 13'6 (7.05m x 4.11m). With double aspect. Picture window ideally placed to enjoy views of the paddocks and enviable far reaching countryside views. Door to;

EN SUITE: 10'4 x 5'6 (3.16m x 1.68m). Fitted with a large corner shower cubicle with tiled surround, W.C. and wash hand basin with vanity units and cupboards beneath. Heated towel rail. Large built-in wardrobe.

Outside The property is set away from the road and is accessed by two driveways, the first with full height hinged gates providing access to the driveway which in turn leads to the stable block and garaging, the other having a double five bar gate opening through to an extensive parking area for multiple vehicles. This area also has a further double five bar gate opening onto the adjoining paddocks which are believed to measure approximately 2.4 acres (sts) and are predominantly bordered by post and railing fencing. The remainder of the front garden offers individual lawn areas, a well-stocked flower and shrub bed and well established trees and mature hedging creating a degree of privacy. Pond area with steps down creating an idyllic setting

The outbuilding is cleverly designed into distinctive areas and having at the far end a LARGE GARAGE/WORKSHOP 21'7 x 13'1 (6.59m x 3.98m) with electric roll door and adjoining wood store to the rear. The far side has TWO STABLE BLOCKS (each 16'5 x 16'5 (5m x 5m) and an adjacent TACK ROOM 12'8 x 7'8 (3.85m x 2.33m) with power and light connected. To the rear of the stable block is a large hay store 17'4 x 11'8 (5.29m x 3.55m) with personal door.

Immediately adjacent to the property is a well-placed terrace area ideal for enjoying views of the paddocks and neighbouring countryside which in turn has post and rail fencing surrounding the outbuilding with personal five bar gate providing access to the rear of the stable block. Kitchen/vegetable garden. Part of the rear garden is portioned off to the annexe wing and both of which enjoy well stocked flowering beds and far reaching views.

In all about 3.8 acres.

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