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Badwell Ash, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £650,000

4 bedroom(s)         3 bathroom(s)        3 reception room(s)

An impressive and versatile Grade II listed village home close to all amenities in this popular and well served village. The property overlooks the parish church and has a wealth of character features together with a superb separate self-contained one bedroom annexe. In all about 0.27 acres.


Contact David Burr Woolpit on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Impressive Grade II Listed village home overlooking the church
  • In all about 0.27 acres
  • Wealth of character features
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Split level snug and bedroom 4
  • Three first floor bedrooms
  • 2 shower rooms and bathroom
  • Wonderful self-contained annexe
  • Well served and popular village

An enchanting 17th Century Grade II Listed village residence occupying an enviable position directly opposite the parish church of St Mary. The property has a rich history being formerly the Norwich Ale Stores prior to the transformation into today's exquisite family home. The property offers a wealth of character features including brick inglenook fireplaces, exposed ceiling timbers and wall studwork combined with the conveniences of modern day living with oil fired radiator heating, delightful walled garden and additionally benefits from a superb detached one bedroom self-contained annexe.

Part glazed front entrance door to;

ENTRANCE LOBBY: With pamment stone flooring. Open studwork to stairwell. Ceiling timbers. Stairs to first floor and understairs storage cupboard.

DRAWING ROOM: 24'6 x 15'4 (7.47m x 4.67m). A magnificent room flooded with natural light through three front bay seat windows. An abundance of period features including exposed brick and flint work, ceiling timbers and wall studwork. The focal point of the room is the inglenook fireplace with raised pamment tiled hearth, oak bressumer and inset wood burning stove ensures this room is the heart of the home during the colder months. Polished oak flooring. Radiator. Wall light points. Door through to kitchen/breakfast room

SITTING ROOM: 14'8 x 12'9 (4.47m x 3.89m). Double aspect with bay window to front and glazed door and adjacent window to rear garden. Stunning inglenook fireplace with raised pamment tiled hearth, oak bressumer and dog grate. Character features extend through to the sitting room with ceiling beams and studwork. Polished oak flooring. Radiator. Wall lights. Leading off from the sitting room takes you into;

SPLIT LEVEL SNUG/BEDROOM 4: 15'4 x 10'2 (4.57m x 3.10m). A versatile room with an abundance of exposed brick and flint work to walls, open studwork to staircase and oak flooring. Window to rear aspect. Radiator and spotlights. A small staircase from this level takes you to the upper level 10'4 x 10'2 (3.15m x 3.10m) with vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and open studwork. Window to rear and radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 18'6 x 12'9 (5.64m x 3.89m). A fabulous farmhouse style bespoke kitchen fitted with an extensive range of base units under solid oak worktops with stainless steel under mount sink unit with chrome mixer tap, and matching display dresser unit. Tiled splashbacks. Large central island unit in contrasting grey with solid granite worktop. Appliances include a large Rangemaster cooker range and integrated dishwasher. Space for freestanding fridge/freezer. The kitchen is bathed in natural light through windows and glazed doors to both sides and rear.

UTILITY: 11'9 x 7'7 (3.58m x 2.31m). Window to rear. Range of built-in storage units and wall shelving. Granite worktops and wood effect worktop with sink unit. Integrated fridge. Plumbing and space for washing machine. Terracotta tiled flooring. Cupboard housing oil fired central heating boiler. Radiator. Ceiling downlights.

SIDE LOBBY: With patterned tiled flooring. Window to side. Internal leaded window through to drawing room. Exterior door to driveway to the side of the property.

SHOWER ROOM: Patterned tiled flooring. Part tiled walls. Corner shower cubicle with rain head shower, W.C. wall mounted sink unit with mixer tap. Shaver point. Ceiling downlights.

First floor

LANDING: Having a wealth of exposed timbers and studwork. Doors to principal bedrooms and bathrooms.

BEDROOM 1: 15'4 x 13'6 (4.67m x 4.11). Double aspect with dormer windows to front and rear with spectacular views to the front over St Mary's church. Exposed studwork. Radiator and TV point.

BEDROOM 2: 12' x 8'9 (3.66m x 2.67m). Window to side aspect. Range of built-in fitted wardrobes. Exposed studwork. Radiator. Loft access hatch.

BEDROOM 3: 12'1 x 6'2 (3.68m x 1.88m). Dormer window to front overlooking the village church. Exposed studwork. Radiator.

BATHROOM: 11'6 x 6'5 (3.51m x 1.96m). Window to side. Raised bath with mixer tap, W.C., and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Exposed chimney breast. Tiled walls and flooring. Extractor fan. Ceiling downlights. Heated towel rail.

SHOWER ROOM: Velux window to rear. Corner shower cubicle with chrome fitments, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps. Tiled walls and flooring. Exposed timbers and studwork.

Annexe A superb one bedroom self-contained annexe with separate entrance and electric wall panel heating and a wealth of character features. The annexe benefits from solid oak doors and matching architrave.

SITTING ROOM: 15'8 x 12' (4.78m x 3.66m). A magnificent room with vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and studwork. Feature brick fireplace. Twin windows to front aspect with views to the church. TV point.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 12'4 x 9'5 (3.76m x 2.87m). Double glazed window to side. Range of gloss fronted units with composite stone worktop and Blanco under mount sink unit and chrome mixer tap. Matching composite upstands and window sill. Integrated Neff oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge. Ceiling downlights.

BEDROOM: 11'3 x 10'5 (3.43m x 3.18m). Double glazed window to side. Built-in wardrobes.

BATHROOM: 7'8 x 7'1 (2.34m x 2.16m). Double glazed obscured glazed window to side. Panelled bath with mixer tap, tiled shower with rain head shower, part concealed W.C. and vanity sink unit with mixer tap and inset shelving unit. Ceiling downlights.

Outside The property enjoys an extensive private driveway accessed through electrically operated double gates between Norwich House and the annexe. To the rear of the annexe is a STORAGE BLOCK (former stable) 16'5 x 10'2 (5m x 3.10m) with power and light connected and adjacent HOME OFFICE/GYM 16'9 x 10'4 (5.11m x 3.15m) with window to side, power and light connected.

The rear gardens are particularly delightful being enclosed by mature and weathered brick and flint boundary walls. The gardens are predominantly lawn with large paved terrace area for outdoor entertaining. Established side borders and fruit and tree plantings. Outside lighting. Log store. Oil storage tank.

In all about 0.27 acres.


Contact David Burr Woolpit

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Impressive Grade II Listed village home overlooking the church
  • In all about 0.27 acres
  • Wealth of character features
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Split level snug and bedroom 4
  • Three first floor bedrooms
  • 2 shower rooms and bathroom
  • Wonderful self-contained annexe
  • Well served and popular village

An enchanting 17th Century Grade II Listed village residence occupying an enviable position directly opposite the parish church of St Mary. The property has a rich history being formerly the Norwich Ale Stores prior to the transformation into today's exquisite family home. The property offers a wealth of character features including brick inglenook fireplaces, exposed ceiling timbers and wall studwork combined with the conveniences of modern day living with oil fired radiator heating, delightful walled garden and additionally benefits from a superb detached one bedroom self-contained annexe.

Part glazed front entrance door to;

ENTRANCE LOBBY: With pamment stone flooring. Open studwork to stairwell. Ceiling timbers. Stairs to first floor and understairs storage cupboard.

DRAWING ROOM: 24'6 x 15'4 (7.47m x 4.67m). A magnificent room flooded with natural light through three front bay seat windows. An abundance of period features including exposed brick and flint work, ceiling timbers and wall studwork. The focal point of the room is the inglenook fireplace with raised pamment tiled hearth, oak bressumer and inset wood burning stove ensures this room is the heart of the home during the colder months. Polished oak flooring. Radiator. Wall light points. Door through to kitchen/breakfast room

SITTING ROOM: 14'8 x 12'9 (4.47m x 3.89m). Double aspect with bay window to front and glazed door and adjacent window to rear garden. Stunning inglenook fireplace with raised pamment tiled hearth, oak bressumer and dog grate. Character features extend through to the sitting room with ceiling beams and studwork. Polished oak flooring. Radiator. Wall lights. Leading off from the sitting room takes you into;

SPLIT LEVEL SNUG/BEDROOM 4: 15'4 x 10'2 (4.57m x 3.10m). A versatile room with an abundance of exposed brick and flint work to walls, open studwork to staircase and oak flooring. Window to rear aspect. Radiator and spotlights. A small staircase from this level takes you to the upper level 10'4 x 10'2 (3.15m x 3.10m) with vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and open studwork. Window to rear and radiator.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 18'6 x 12'9 (5.64m x 3.89m). A fabulous farmhouse style bespoke kitchen fitted with an extensive range of base units under solid oak worktops with stainless steel under mount sink unit with chrome mixer tap, and matching display dresser unit. Tiled splashbacks. Large central island unit in contrasting grey with solid granite worktop. Appliances include a large Rangemaster cooker range and integrated dishwasher. Space for freestanding fridge/freezer. The kitchen is bathed in natural light through windows and glazed doors to both sides and rear.

UTILITY: 11'9 x 7'7 (3.58m x 2.31m). Window to rear. Range of built-in storage units and wall shelving. Granite worktops and wood effect worktop with sink unit. Integrated fridge. Plumbing and space for washing machine. Terracotta tiled flooring. Cupboard housing oil fired central heating boiler. Radiator. Ceiling downlights.

SIDE LOBBY: With patterned tiled flooring. Window to side. Internal leaded window through to drawing room. Exterior door to driveway to the side of the property.

SHOWER ROOM: Patterned tiled flooring. Part tiled walls. Corner shower cubicle with rain head shower, W.C. wall mounted sink unit with mixer tap. Shaver point. Ceiling downlights.

First floor

LANDING: Having a wealth of exposed timbers and studwork. Doors to principal bedrooms and bathrooms.

BEDROOM 1: 15'4 x 13'6 (4.67m x 4.11). Double aspect with dormer windows to front and rear with spectacular views to the front over St Mary's church. Exposed studwork. Radiator and TV point.

BEDROOM 2: 12' x 8'9 (3.66m x 2.67m). Window to side aspect. Range of built-in fitted wardrobes. Exposed studwork. Radiator. Loft access hatch.

BEDROOM 3: 12'1 x 6'2 (3.68m x 1.88m). Dormer window to front overlooking the village church. Exposed studwork. Radiator.

BATHROOM: 11'6 x 6'5 (3.51m x 1.96m). Window to side. Raised bath with mixer tap, W.C., and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Exposed chimney breast. Tiled walls and flooring. Extractor fan. Ceiling downlights. Heated towel rail.

SHOWER ROOM: Velux window to rear. Corner shower cubicle with chrome fitments, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps. Tiled walls and flooring. Exposed timbers and studwork.

Annexe A superb one bedroom self-contained annexe with separate entrance and electric wall panel heating and a wealth of character features. The annexe benefits from solid oak doors and matching architrave.

SITTING ROOM: 15'8 x 12' (4.78m x 3.66m). A magnificent room with vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and studwork. Feature brick fireplace. Twin windows to front aspect with views to the church. TV point.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 12'4 x 9'5 (3.76m x 2.87m). Double glazed window to side. Range of gloss fronted units with composite stone worktop and Blanco under mount sink unit and chrome mixer tap. Matching composite upstands and window sill. Integrated Neff oven and hob, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge. Ceiling downlights.

BEDROOM: 11'3 x 10'5 (3.43m x 3.18m). Double glazed window to side. Built-in wardrobes.

BATHROOM: 7'8 x 7'1 (2.34m x 2.16m). Double glazed obscured glazed window to side. Panelled bath with mixer tap, tiled shower with rain head shower, part concealed W.C. and vanity sink unit with mixer tap and inset shelving unit. Ceiling downlights.

Outside The property enjoys an extensive private driveway accessed through electrically operated double gates between Norwich House and the annexe. To the rear of the annexe is a STORAGE BLOCK (former stable) 16'5 x 10'2 (5m x 3.10m) with power and light connected and adjacent HOME OFFICE/GYM 16'9 x 10'4 (5.11m x 3.15m) with window to side, power and light connected.

The rear gardens are particularly delightful being enclosed by mature and weathered brick and flint boundary walls. The gardens are predominantly lawn with large paved terrace area for outdoor entertaining. Established side borders and fruit and tree plantings. Outside lighting. Log store. Oil storage tank.

In all about 0.27 acres.

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