Culford, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (For Sale) Guide Price £1,000,000

Detached House        6 bedroom(s)         5 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

Believed to date from 1890, The Water Tower is a fantastic example of Victorian architecture. Designed by reputable architect William Young and the cast iron tank by H. Young & Co. Engineers of Pimlico, London (who also produced the sphinxes at Cleopatra's Needle), the structure is steeped in history yet, having been converted in 2010 now makes for an enviable modern residential home with gas fired underfloor heating throughout and finished to a high specification.

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


Features:

  • Unrivalled rural position with outstanding views
  • Situated at the end of a private gravel drive on the outskirts of the village
  • Garage and off road parking
  • Detached one bedroom annexe
  • In all about 0.63 acres

Believed to date from 1890, The Water Tower is a fantastic example of Victorian architecture. Designed by reputable architect William Young and the cast iron tank by H. Young & Co. Engineers of Pimlico, London (who also produced the sphinxes at Cleopatra's Needle), the structure is steeped in history yet, having been converted in 2010 now makes for an enviable modern residential home with gas fired underfloor heating throughout and finished to a high specification. Located just a stone's throw from Culford School on the outskirts of the village and standing centrally within farmland in an idyllic rural position, views across farmland towards King's Forest and Culford Park can be enjoyed, both from the inside of the house and from the elevated terrace. Very much a family house, the property offers four/five bedrooms as well as a one bedroom detached annexe, and so the prospect is both practical and characterful.

Stairs up to: Porched entrance.

RECEPTION HALL: A contemporary split level entrance with cast iron and oak balustrade. Stairs down to:

LOWER LOBBY: With window to rear aspect and under stairs cupboard, which houses the entertainment and internet centre. Door to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: A stylish and contemporary fitted kitchen benefitting from a limestone tiled floor as well as a matching range of wall and base units and inset with 'Carron Phoenix' sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and extractor over a Rangemaster cooker. With double aspect windows to the front and side and bi-folding doors to rear opening onto the terrace.

GYM/BEDROOM: 10' 5" x 9' 6" (3.2m x 2.90m) A versatile space with oak wood flooring and window to side aspect.

BEDROOM 4 19' 8" x 9' 6" (6m x 2.9m) Double room with oak wood flooring and double aspect windows to front and side.

First floor

UPPER LOBBY: With window to rear as well as door to:

TERRACE: Commanding an impressive view over the rear garden and fields beyond. Door to:

BEDROOM 2: 19' 8" x 19' 8" (6.01m x 6.m) Double room with oak wood flooring and triple aspect windows to the front, rear and side. Open plan to:

EN-SUITE An impressive wet room with feature floor level spotlights and incorporating shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 3: 17' 0" x 17' 0" (5.2m x 5.2m) Another double room with oak wood flooring and 5 large triple aspect windows to the front, rear and side.

EN SUITE: Incorporating feature roll top bath with ball and claw feet, a vanity basin, heated towel rail and WC.

Second floor

SITTING ROOM: 17' 8" x 17' 4" (5.4m x 5.3m) An impressive space and the focal point of the interior, this room boasts 5m high ceilings and 6 arched windows, and features a contemporary pendulum wood burning stove. This rooms also incorporates exposed cast iron water tank and frame with balancing weights suspended from structure above.

Third floor

MASTER BEDROOM: 19' 4" x 11' 9" (5.90m x 3.60m) This double room has been created by converting the original water basin structure and enjoys Velux skylights, fitted wardrobes and dressing table. Door to cupboard housing boiler, heating control unit and sprinkler system reservoir and mezzanine storage space. Open plan to:

EN SUITE WET ROOM 11' 5" x 8' 10" (3.5m x 2.70m) White suite with drench shower, heated towel rail, WC and feature mosaic wash basin made from the original access shaft.

Annexe accommodation A further detached red brick building houses a one bedroom annexe, which is ideal for holiday let accommodation/income potential, private space for teenage children or guest accommodation away from the main house.

The annexe accommodation in brief comprises SITTING ROOM/BEDROOM with space for double bed and sofa KITCHEN and SHOWER WET ROOM.

Outside The property is accessed over a lengthy private gravel driveway through a five bar gate, which in turn leads to a parking area providing ample off road parking in front of the main property as well as to the side.

The charming and well maintained gardens are predominantly lawned with a feature pond as well as a sun terrace abutting the rear of the property. The grounds are bordered by fencing and mature hedging, making for a secluded, peaceful setting.

Also incorporated within the plot is the DETACHED OUTBUILDING with high ceilings in addition to the annexe, which could serve equally as a garage, workshop or indeed storage space, with power connected and door to side.

In all about 0.63 acres.

SERVICES: Main water and electricity. Private drainage (Klargester). Under floor heating and fire sprinkler system.

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

LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk Council, West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3YU (01284 763233).

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR


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:

  • Unrivalled rural position with outstanding views
  • Situated at the end of a private gravel drive on the outskirts of the village
  • Garage and off road parking
  • Detached one bedroom annexe
  • In all about 0.63 acres

Believed to date from 1890, The Water Tower is a fantastic example of Victorian architecture. Designed by reputable architect William Young and the cast iron tank by H. Young & Co. Engineers of Pimlico, London (who also produced the sphinxes at Cleopatra's Needle), the structure is steeped in history yet, having been converted in 2010 now makes for an enviable modern residential home with gas fired underfloor heating throughout and finished to a high specification. Located just a stone's throw from Culford School on the outskirts of the village and standing centrally within farmland in an idyllic rural position, views across farmland towards King's Forest and Culford Park can be enjoyed, both from the inside of the house and from the elevated terrace. Very much a family house, the property offers four/five bedrooms as well as a one bedroom detached annexe, and so the prospect is both practical and characterful.

Stairs up to: Porched entrance.

RECEPTION HALL: A contemporary split level entrance with cast iron and oak balustrade. Stairs down to:

LOWER LOBBY: With window to rear aspect and under stairs cupboard, which houses the entertainment and internet centre. Door to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: A stylish and contemporary fitted kitchen benefitting from a limestone tiled floor as well as a matching range of wall and base units and inset with 'Carron Phoenix' sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, microwave, washing machine and extractor over a Rangemaster cooker. With double aspect windows to the front and side and bi-folding doors to rear opening onto the terrace.

GYM/BEDROOM: 10' 5" x 9' 6" (3.2m x 2.90m) A versatile space with oak wood flooring and window to side aspect.

BEDROOM 4 19' 8" x 9' 6" (6m x 2.9m) Double room with oak wood flooring and double aspect windows to front and side.

First floor

UPPER LOBBY: With window to rear as well as door to:

TERRACE: Commanding an impressive view over the rear garden and fields beyond. Door to:

BEDROOM 2: 19' 8" x 19' 8" (6.01m x 6.m) Double room with oak wood flooring and triple aspect windows to the front, rear and side. Open plan to:

EN-SUITE An impressive wet room with feature floor level spotlights and incorporating shower, WC, wash basin and heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 3: 17' 0" x 17' 0" (5.2m x 5.2m) Another double room with oak wood flooring and 5 large triple aspect windows to the front, rear and side.

EN SUITE: Incorporating feature roll top bath with ball and claw feet, a vanity basin, heated towel rail and WC.

Second floor

SITTING ROOM: 17' 8" x 17' 4" (5.4m x 5.3m) An impressive space and the focal point of the interior, this room boasts 5m high ceilings and 6 arched windows, and features a contemporary pendulum wood burning stove. This rooms also incorporates exposed cast iron water tank and frame with balancing weights suspended from structure above.

Third floor

MASTER BEDROOM: 19' 4" x 11' 9" (5.90m x 3.60m) This double room has been created by converting the original water basin structure and enjoys Velux skylights, fitted wardrobes and dressing table. Door to cupboard housing boiler, heating control unit and sprinkler system reservoir and mezzanine storage space. Open plan to:

EN SUITE WET ROOM 11' 5" x 8' 10" (3.5m x 2.70m) White suite with drench shower, heated towel rail, WC and feature mosaic wash basin made from the original access shaft.

Annexe accommodation A further detached red brick building houses a one bedroom annexe, which is ideal for holiday let accommodation/income potential, private space for teenage children or guest accommodation away from the main house.

The annexe accommodation in brief comprises SITTING ROOM/BEDROOM with space for double bed and sofa KITCHEN and SHOWER WET ROOM.

Outside The property is accessed over a lengthy private gravel driveway through a five bar gate, which in turn leads to a parking area providing ample off road parking in front of the main property as well as to the side.

The charming and well maintained gardens are predominantly lawned with a feature pond as well as a sun terrace abutting the rear of the property. The grounds are bordered by fencing and mature hedging, making for a secluded, peaceful setting.

Also incorporated within the plot is the DETACHED OUTBUILDING with high ceilings in addition to the annexe, which could serve equally as a garage, workshop or indeed storage space, with power connected and door to side.

In all about 0.63 acres.

SERVICES: Main water and electricity. Private drainage (Klargester). Under floor heating and fire sprinkler system.

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

LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk Council, West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3YU (01284 763233).

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR

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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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