5 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Originally constructed in the 1890s, Jane Walker Park occupies a peaceful, rural setting accessed via a private shared driveway of approximately 0.25 miles and set on the southern slope of the locally renowned Stour Valley. Listed in the parish of Wissington, set between the well-served villages of Nayland and Bures, the property is one of eight individual properties created from a former tuberculosis isolation hospital, Grade II listed and designed in the 'Arts and Crafts' style by architects Smith and Brewer. Located within the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the site is famous for its links to Jane Harriot Walker who opened the East Anglian Sanatorium in 1901 on the present site. Offering an accommodation schedule of approximately 2,600 sq ft, the property has been converted with considerable care and attention to the preservation of the open terraces previously utilised by patients. Offering generously proportioned rooms over three floors, the property in its present form comprises two distinctive ground-floor reception rooms, both enjoying eight-foot ceiling heights and embracing the southerly rear aspect with leaded-light timber framed windows, deep skirting, dado rail and enjoying an open link between the two. Enhanced and improved by the current owners, the ground-floor accommodation schedule is further comprised of a high gloss fitted kitchen/breakfast room with granite preparation surfaces and integrated Neff appliances. Further benefits to the property include a garage set within a block of three, ample visitor parking available and an outbuilding providing external storage with communal grounds approaching ten acres.
Panel glazed timber door with glass panel surrounds opening to:
ENTRANCE HALL: 22' 0" x 6' 7" (6.71m x 2.03m) An inviting approach with windows to front, eight-foot ceiling heights and stripped timber flooring. Staircase off rising to first-floor and useful under stair study recess. Door to storeroom currently being utilised as a cloaks cupboard with attached hanging rail. A theme of the eight individual properties is the retention of the walkways which is evident via the hall and landing on both the ground and first-floor. Panel double doors to:
SITTING ROOM: 26' 2" x 15' 0" (7.98m x 4.59m) A bright, dual aspect reception room with windows to front and three-window range bay to rear affording an outstanding aspect over the rear terrace, grounds and woodland distant. Central electric fireplace within a floating stone surround, skirting and dado rail. Opening to
DINING ROOM: 14' 2" x 10' 0" (4.33m x 3.06m) Centrally positioned within the ground-floor accommodation schedule and enjoying eight-foot ceiling heights with windows to rear affording a southerly aspect, skirting and dado rail.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 20' 0" x 14' 2" (6.10m x 4.33m) Fitted with an extensive range of high gloss fronted base and wall units with chrome handles, granite preparation surfaces over and continuing granite to upstands above. Stainless-steel double sink unit with mixer tap above and fitted appliances including a Neff oven, steam oven, warming drawers and four-ring induction hob with extraction above. Further integrated appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen units are further comprised of curved corner units, a pull-out full-height larder style unit and fold-out wall units. Tiled flooring throughout, range of spotlights and both windows and double doors to rear affording a southerly aspect over the terrace, gardens and woodland beyond.
CLOAKROOM: 9' 3" x 3' 1" (2.82m x 0.94m) Fitted with ceramic WC within gloss fronted panelling, storage above and granite surface. Armitage Shanks oval ceramic sink unit within a granite topped unit, gloss fronted storage below.
LANDING: 24' 0" x 6' 7" (7.33m x 2.03m) An expansive landing afforded a wealth of natural light from the extensive window range to the front elevation, with picture rail, skirting and staircase off to second-floor. Panel door to:
MASTER BEDROOM: 25' 10" maximum x 19' 0" into bay (7.88m maximum x 5.81m into bay) A significant master suite with three-window range bay to rear affording elevated views over the surrounding landscape, Further window range, skirting, dado rail and picture rail. Door to fitted store and further door to:
EN-SUITE BATHROOM: 8' 3" x 5' 5" (2.54m x 1.67m) Fully tiled and fitted with wall-hung WC, wash handbasin and air bath with hand-held chrome shower attachment. Wall-mounted heated towel rail and window to front.
BEDROOM 2: 13' 11" x 9' 10" (4.25m x 3.00m) With window range to the southerly elevation affording elevated views over the surrounding landscape, skirting and dado rail.
BEDROOM 3: 13' 11" maximum x 9' 5" (4.26m maximum x 2.89m) With window range to rear affording an outstanding aspect over the surrounding landscape, deep skirting.
SHOWER ROOM: 7' 1" x 5' 9" (2.17m x 1.77m) Fully tiled and fitted with wall-hung WC, ceramic wash handbasin, wall-mounted heated towel radiator and double width shower with chrome shower attachment.
LANDING: 13' 8" x 10' 2" (4.18m x 3.11m) With three-window range to rear affording a southerly aspect and views across the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, hatch to loft, skirting and panel door to:
BEDROOM 4: 18' 2" x 15' 10" (5.54m x 4.85m) Afforded a dual aspect with windows to front and rear, range of centrally partitioned fitted wardrobe units and opening to further storage/walk-in wardrobe/store with extensive range of further fitted wardrobes, additional window to rear and door to storeroom.
BEDROOM 5: 14' 1" x 9' 11" (4.30m x 3.04m) With window range to rear affording elevated views across the communal gardens, woodland and valley distant. Skirting and door to linen cupboard housing water cylinder with useful fitted shelving.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 9' 4" x 5' 5" (2.86m x 1.67m) Partly tiled and fitted with ceramic WC, pedestal wash handbasin and bath with tiling above and shower attachment.
Outside Jane Walker Park is approached via a shared, private, beech and oak tree lined avenue bordered by undulating countryside with access exclusively for the residents of Jane Walker Park. An additional further benefit of the property is a:
GARAGE: 18' 3" x 12' 0" (5.58m x 3.66m) Centrally positioned within a block of three with twin hinged doors to front, light and power connected.
GARDENS 2 Jane Walker Park further offers private parking via a separate visitors parking area. Immediately to the south of the property is a private terrace which is afforded a direct aspect over the extensive communal gardens, woodland and countryside beyond. In addition, the residents of Jane Walker Park are also afforded access to the private tennis court.
AGENTS NOTES: The property is subject to a monthly service charge of £130 pounds for the maintenance of all communal areas.
SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired heating. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
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