Pakenham, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £850,000

Detached House         5 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        3 reception room(s)

An impressive Grade II Listed village house with a wealth of period features and wonderful well stocked cottage gardens. In all about 0.35 acres.

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


Features:

  • Exceptional Grade II Listed village home
  • Wealth of character features
  • Drawing room
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen
  • Garden room/utility
  • 5 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
  • Well stocked gardens
  • Double cart lodge
  • In all about 0.35 acres

An exceptional Grade II Listed 17th Century village house presented in superb condition throughout with a wealth of character features including exposed brickwork, inglenook fireplaces, carved beams, studwork, original mullion windows and solid oak internal doors. The property features LPG central heating and part double and secondary glazed windows.

Solid oak entrance door with leaded windows to side gives access to;

ENTRANCE HALL: With pamment tiled flooring. Solid oak panelled staircase to first floor. Exposed chimney breast brickwork.

DRAWING ROOM: A delightful room with windows to front and side aspect. Historic mullion window framework to front. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers including carved ceiling beam. Brick inglenook fireplace with oak bressummer and wood burning stove creates the main focal point of the room. Door to kitchen.

SITTING ROOM: Dual aspect with windows to front and side. Pamment tiled flooring. Exposed ceiling timbers and wall studwork. Mullion window. Brick inglenook fireplace with oak bressummer and raised hearth with freestanding dog grate and brass canopy over. Oak door to kitchen.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Farmhouse styled kitchen with a range of solid oak base and wall units with underlighting having solid granite worktops and inset 2½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Recess housing Rangemaster dual fuel double oven cooker range with oak mantle over. Integrated dishwasher. Ornate carved ceiling beam. Tiled splashbacks. Travertine stone tiled flooring. Door giving access to rear lobby.

REAR LOBBY: Side entrance stable door. Travertine stone tiled flooring. Door to cloakroom.

CLOAKROOM: Travertine tiled stone flooring. Window to rear aspect. Part concealed W.C. and small table unit with top mounted circular sink unit and mixer tap.

GARDEN ROOM/UTILITY: A wonderful room with timber vaulted ceiling. Double glazed French doors to rear garden and matching adjacent windows. Further window to side aspect. Built-in double storage cupboard with sink unit and further cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Travertine stone tiled flooring.

First floor

LANDING: Window to front aspect. Historic mullion window framework, exposed chimney breast brickwork and former fireplace alcove with shelving unit. Staircase to second floor. Doors to principal bedrooms and bathroom.

MASTER BEDROOM: Double aspect with window to front and side. Additional two mullion windows. Exposed studwork and beams to the walls and ceiling. Feature brick fireplace with raised hearth and open dog grate. Built-in wardrobes. Door to;

EN SUITE: Window to rear. Large double shower cubicle with rain head and hand shower attachment, sliding glass shower door, vanity unit with sink and mixer tap and W.C. Tiled flooring. Tiled splashbacks.

BEDROOM 2: Window to side aspect with views over village high street. Exposed ceiling beams and studwork. Deep built-in storage cupboard.

BEDROOM 3/DRESSING ROOM: Twin windows to side aspect. A double bedroom currently utilised and furnished as a dressing room. Range of bespoke fitted wardrobes and drawer units. Ceiling spotlights.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Window to side aspect. Suite comprising panelled bath with shower fitment above and glazed shower screen, vanity sink unit with mixer tap and W.C. Built-in double airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Part painted tongue and groove panelling to walls. Wood vinyl flooring.

Second floor

SMALL LANDING AREA: With dormer window to front aspect. Exposed ceiling timbers. Doors to;

BEDROOM 4/STUDY: Window to side aspect with views over village high street. Wealth of ceiling beams and timbers. Exposed brickwork. Loft access hatch.

BEDROOM 5: Window situated to the side with lovely open field views. Secondary glazing. Exposed studwork and beams. Loft hatch.

Outside The property is situated in a prime position within the village with front entrance porch. The front garden is well stocked with established borders including mature Wisteria, Lavender and Rosemary. The front boundary features a wonderful brick and flint wall with five bar entrance gate situated to the side of the property giving access to a large gravelled driveway and turning area. Positioned to the front of the driveway is a historic DOUBLE CART LODGE GARAGING with twin sets of doors and paved terrace area to the side. The side lobby and storm porch are accessed from this driveway.

The rear gardens are truly magnificent being a mix of two distinct lawned areas, well stocked borders in a cottage garden style. At the rear of the garden is a large vegetable garden area accessed through a central meandering paved path with an abundance of raised vegetable borders. To the side of the garden is a compost potting area which is also shared by a recently installed Rhino greenhouse. Immediately to the rear of the property is a flag paved terrace for al fresco dining which also houses a substantial timber summerhouse to enjoy the warmer months.


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:

  • Exceptional Grade II Listed village home
  • Wealth of character features
  • Drawing room
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen
  • Garden room/utility
  • 5 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
  • Well stocked gardens
  • Double cart lodge
  • In all about 0.35 acres

An exceptional Grade II Listed 17th Century village house presented in superb condition throughout with a wealth of character features including exposed brickwork, inglenook fireplaces, carved beams, studwork, original mullion windows and solid oak internal doors. The property features LPG central heating and part double and secondary glazed windows.

Solid oak entrance door with leaded windows to side gives access to;

ENTRANCE HALL: With pamment tiled flooring. Solid oak panelled staircase to first floor. Exposed chimney breast brickwork.

DRAWING ROOM: A delightful room with windows to front and side aspect. Historic mullion window framework to front. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers including carved ceiling beam. Brick inglenook fireplace with oak bressummer and wood burning stove creates the main focal point of the room. Door to kitchen.

SITTING ROOM: Dual aspect with windows to front and side. Pamment tiled flooring. Exposed ceiling timbers and wall studwork. Mullion window. Brick inglenook fireplace with oak bressummer and raised hearth with freestanding dog grate and brass canopy over. Oak door to kitchen.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Farmhouse styled kitchen with a range of solid oak base and wall units with underlighting having solid granite worktops and inset 2½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Recess housing Rangemaster dual fuel double oven cooker range with oak mantle over. Integrated dishwasher. Ornate carved ceiling beam. Tiled splashbacks. Travertine stone tiled flooring. Door giving access to rear lobby.

REAR LOBBY: Side entrance stable door. Travertine stone tiled flooring. Door to cloakroom.

CLOAKROOM: Travertine tiled stone flooring. Window to rear aspect. Part concealed W.C. and small table unit with top mounted circular sink unit and mixer tap.

GARDEN ROOM/UTILITY: A wonderful room with timber vaulted ceiling. Double glazed French doors to rear garden and matching adjacent windows. Further window to side aspect. Built-in double storage cupboard with sink unit and further cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Travertine stone tiled flooring.

First floor

LANDING: Window to front aspect. Historic mullion window framework, exposed chimney breast brickwork and former fireplace alcove with shelving unit. Staircase to second floor. Doors to principal bedrooms and bathroom.

MASTER BEDROOM: Double aspect with window to front and side. Additional two mullion windows. Exposed studwork and beams to the walls and ceiling. Feature brick fireplace with raised hearth and open dog grate. Built-in wardrobes. Door to;

EN SUITE: Window to rear. Large double shower cubicle with rain head and hand shower attachment, sliding glass shower door, vanity unit with sink and mixer tap and W.C. Tiled flooring. Tiled splashbacks.

BEDROOM 2: Window to side aspect with views over village high street. Exposed ceiling beams and studwork. Deep built-in storage cupboard.

BEDROOM 3/DRESSING ROOM: Twin windows to side aspect. A double bedroom currently utilised and furnished as a dressing room. Range of bespoke fitted wardrobes and drawer units. Ceiling spotlights.

FAMILY BATHROOM: Window to side aspect. Suite comprising panelled bath with shower fitment above and glazed shower screen, vanity sink unit with mixer tap and W.C. Built-in double airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Part painted tongue and groove panelling to walls. Wood vinyl flooring.

Second floor

SMALL LANDING AREA: With dormer window to front aspect. Exposed ceiling timbers. Doors to;

BEDROOM 4/STUDY: Window to side aspect with views over village high street. Wealth of ceiling beams and timbers. Exposed brickwork. Loft access hatch.

BEDROOM 5: Window situated to the side with lovely open field views. Secondary glazing. Exposed studwork and beams. Loft hatch.

Outside The property is situated in a prime position within the village with front entrance porch. The front garden is well stocked with established borders including mature Wisteria, Lavender and Rosemary. The front boundary features a wonderful brick and flint wall with five bar entrance gate situated to the side of the property giving access to a large gravelled driveway and turning area. Positioned to the front of the driveway is a historic DOUBLE CART LODGE GARAGING with twin sets of doors and paved terrace area to the side. The side lobby and storm porch are accessed from this driveway.

The rear gardens are truly magnificent being a mix of two distinct lawned areas, well stocked borders in a cottage garden style. At the rear of the garden is a large vegetable garden area accessed through a central meandering paved path with an abundance of raised vegetable borders. To the side of the garden is a compost potting area which is also shared by a recently installed Rhino greenhouse. Immediately to the rear of the property is a flag paved terrace for al fresco dining which also houses a substantial timber summerhouse to enjoy the warmer months.

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