Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £795,000

Town House         4 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

A superb example of an early 17th Century Grade II Listed townhouse boasting a highly sought after address in the Bury St Edmunds town centre. Garage available for sale by separate negotiation.

Contact David Burr Bury St Edmunds on 01284 725525 or email bury@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Grade II Listed
  • Over 2,300 square feet
  • Garage by separate negotiation
  • Dry Cellar
  • Town centre location
  • Conservation area
  • Circa 17th Century
  • Later 18th Century additions
  • Views of the Benedictine Abbey
  • Jettied façade

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Estimated Monthly Rental Income: £2500.00

Estimated Yield Income: 3.77%


Entrance into;

ENTRANCE HALL: A grand welcome to the property with high ceilings, wood flooring and doors leading to principal ground floor accommodation. Door to;

SITTING ROOM: A spacious reception room with the main focal point provided by the central fireplace inset with multi-fuel burner and a continuation of wooden flooring. The sitting room is finished with dual aspect sash windows to the front and a door leading to;

DINING ROOM: Another grand space with wooden flooring, feature inset burning stove with oak bressummer over. The room is conveniently placed between the kitchen and sitting room, while affording ample space for formal dining with double doors leading to the rear terrace and door to;

KITCHEN: Located to the rear of the property benefiting from a number of integrated appliances including a Franke stainless steel sink inset with drainer and Brita hot and cold mixer tap over. Neff oven and induction hob with extractor over, integrated fridge/freezer, Neff microwave and Neff dishwasher. The kitchen benefits from dual aspect windows to rear and side with a door leading to the rear terrace.

UTILITY ROOM: With additional space for white goods including a washing machine and dryer. Dual aspect windows to the rear and side with a stable door leading to the rear terrace. Door leading to;

CLOAK ROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, butler sink and window to rear aspect. Door down to;

CELLAR: A versatile and dry space suitable for a number of uses, currently being used as storage.

First Floor

LANDING: A light and open space with sash window to rear aspect and the now decorative Mullion style windows over head with door leading to;

BEDROOM 1: A palatial master suite with dual aspect windows overlooking the rear courtyard providing exceptional views of Bury St Edmunds town centre roof lines as well as a hangman staircase leading to the second floor. With door to;

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: With walk-in shower and white suite comprising W.C, hand wash basin with cupboards under, vanity storage over and a heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 2: Another double bedroom benefitting from integrated storage and sash window to front aspect.

FAMILY BATHROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, hand wash basin, sunken bath and sash window to front aspect.

Second floor

LANDING: With window to rear aspect. Door to;

BEDROOM 3: A double bedroom with a wealth of integrated storage on two walls with window to front aspect and bespoke fitted shutters.

BEDROOM 4: Another double bedroom with a wealth of integrated storage including a door leading to the top of the hangman stair case with window to front aspect finished with bespoke fitted shutters.

Outside The property benefits from a charming enclosed walled garden retaining some of the few examples of original brick and flint built walled gardens within the Bury St Edmunds town centre. The gardens are predominantly laid to a formal terrace with steps leading up to the predominantly westerly facing courtyard.

The borders are well stocked with a variety of maturing shrubs and potted plants as well as housing a useful brick-built storage shed to the rear most boundary.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Mains drainage.

Gas fired heating to radiators.

NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

AGENTS NOTES: We understand the property is Grade II Listed and sits within a conservation area.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk District Council.

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR Bury St Edmunds office 01284 725525.


Contact David Burr Bury St Edmunds

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01284 725525 or email bury@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Grade II Listed
  • Over 2,300 square feet
  • Garage by separate negotiation
  • Dry Cellar
  • Town centre location
  • Conservation area
  • Circa 17th Century
  • Later 18th Century additions
  • Views of the Benedictine Abbey
  • Jettied façade

Entrance into;

ENTRANCE HALL: A grand welcome to the property with high ceilings, wood flooring and doors leading to principal ground floor accommodation. Door to;

SITTING ROOM: A spacious reception room with the main focal point provided by the central fireplace inset with multi-fuel burner and a continuation of wooden flooring. The sitting room is finished with dual aspect sash windows to the front and a door leading to;

DINING ROOM: Another grand space with wooden flooring, feature inset burning stove with oak bressummer over. The room is conveniently placed between the kitchen and sitting room, while affording ample space for formal dining with double doors leading to the rear terrace and door to;

KITCHEN: Located to the rear of the property benefiting from a number of integrated appliances including a Franke stainless steel sink inset with drainer and Brita hot and cold mixer tap over. Neff oven and induction hob with extractor over, integrated fridge/freezer, Neff microwave and Neff dishwasher. The kitchen benefits from dual aspect windows to rear and side with a door leading to the rear terrace.

UTILITY ROOM: With additional space for white goods including a washing machine and dryer. Dual aspect windows to the rear and side with a stable door leading to the rear terrace. Door leading to;

CLOAK ROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, butler sink and window to rear aspect. Door down to;

CELLAR: A versatile and dry space suitable for a number of uses, currently being used as storage.

First Floor

LANDING: A light and open space with sash window to rear aspect and the now decorative Mullion style windows over head with door leading to;

BEDROOM 1: A palatial master suite with dual aspect windows overlooking the rear courtyard providing exceptional views of Bury St Edmunds town centre roof lines as well as a hangman staircase leading to the second floor. With door to;

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: With walk-in shower and white suite comprising W.C, hand wash basin with cupboards under, vanity storage over and a heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 2: Another double bedroom benefitting from integrated storage and sash window to front aspect.

FAMILY BATHROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, hand wash basin, sunken bath and sash window to front aspect.

Second floor

LANDING: With window to rear aspect. Door to;

BEDROOM 3: A double bedroom with a wealth of integrated storage on two walls with window to front aspect and bespoke fitted shutters.

BEDROOM 4: Another double bedroom with a wealth of integrated storage including a door leading to the top of the hangman stair case with window to front aspect finished with bespoke fitted shutters.

Outside The property benefits from a charming enclosed walled garden retaining some of the few examples of original brick and flint built walled gardens within the Bury St Edmunds town centre. The gardens are predominantly laid to a formal terrace with steps leading up to the predominantly westerly facing courtyard.

The borders are well stocked with a variety of maturing shrubs and potted plants as well as housing a useful brick-built storage shed to the rear most boundary.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Mains drainage.

Gas fired heating to radiators.

NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

AGENTS NOTES: We understand the property is Grade II Listed and sits within a conservation area.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk District Council.

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR Bury St Edmunds office 01284 725525.

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Phone us on 01284 725525 or email bury@davidburr.co.uk


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