Mid Terraced   5 bedroom(s)   4 bathroom(s)   5 reception room(s)
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Originally two three story weavers houses, 75-77 Melford Road is now a five bedroom house with gardens (circa 0.23 acres) that run down to Sudbury's beautiful water meadows with off road parking and views over the Stour Valley.
A solid wood stable door to the rear provides access to:
ENTRANCE HALL: Part glass panelled stable door brings you to this room with stairs leading to the first floor and space for coats. This room is finished with solid oak flooring that continues throughout most of the ground floor.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 22'8" x 12'0" (6.91m x 3.66m) This wonderfully light room stretching from the front to back of the building offers both street scene and meadow views. This is a great space for entertaining guests with access to a private balcony. The kitchen is fitted to a traditional finish with a solid wooden worktop, double oven, hob, sink and drainer unit with space for other white goods. Staircase leading to second floor, French doors on to the balcony with further door leading to:-
DRAWING ROOM: 22'8" x 16'2" (max) (6.91 x 4.93m) A charming room with glass French doors providing access to the balcony and views over the meadows with a Victorian sash window offering street scenes of Melford Road to the front. Inset log burner and stone hearth.
BALCONY: The balcony can be accessed from both the kitchen and the drawing room on the first floor via French double doors and stretches across the back of the property. A great peaceful space to enjoy views over Sudbury water meadows with shelter being offered from the pergola and well-established Wisteria entangling it.
INNER HALL: Hidden cupboard, stairs to master bedroom and door leading to:-
BATHROOM: Comprising of a bath with attractive tiled surround, WC, wash hand basin with underfloor heating.
DINING HALL: 14'10" x 11'11" (4.52m x 3.63m) This room is accessed off the entrance hall. Large Casement window to the rear with stairs leading to the basement and door leading to:-
SITTING ROOM: 12'2" x 11'7" (3.71m x 3.53m) A stunning room with an original shop fronted window onto Melford Road with bespoke fitted shutter blinds, fireplace with stone hearth and an opening to:-
STUDY/BEDROOM 5: 11' 11" x 7' 4" (3.63m x 2.24m) The room is currently set up as a guest bedroom but would work well as a study.
UTILITY: 10'11" x 10'5" (max) (3.33m x 3.18m) The utility room is fitted with a range of minimalist white cupboards with matching pantry style cupboards and solid wood worktop. Integrated appliances include a one-and-a-half sink and drainer unit with space for an oven and washing machine. Previously this has been a fully functioning kitchen for a ground floor apartment.
WET ROOM: Tiled wet room suite comprising of a pedestal wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail and overhead shower.
BEDROOM 4: 12' 0" x 10' 4" (3.66m x 3.15m) On the lower ground floor you will find the 4th bedroom with a white painted brick floor, this room is finished in a contemporary style with hanging rails and shelving for clothes created in the alcoves of the chimney breast. You can also gain access to the rear garden from this room via a further stable door and steps.
MASTER BEDROOM: 22' 7" x 16' 2" (6.88m x 4.93m) This is one of the property's most attractive rooms offering stunning elevated views over the Sudbury water meadows. Much of this room's charm comes from its high vaulted ceilings exposing upper tie beams and large Georgian sash window to the front. Built-in wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving and door leading to:-
JACK AND JILL SHOWER ROOM: Fitted with a traditional suite comprising a fully tiled shower cubicle, WC, pedestal wash hand basin and bidet. Door leading to:-
BEDROOM 2: 13'1" x 10'10" (3.99m x 3.30m) From this room you can also enjoy fantastic views over the Sudbury meadows, built-in wardrobe, access from the secondary staircase. Door leading to:-
BEDROOM 3: 11'11" x 9'3" (3.63m x 2.82m) Victorian sash window to the front with useful storage shelving and built in wardrobe.
Outside The drive to the immediate rear of the property provides access to a triple cartlodge measuring 22'6" x 15'6" and in turn offers OFF-ROAD PARKING with a part bricked floor and footpath leading to the rear garden.
The initial upper garden has been landscaped with a pretty brick terrace area for entertaining with established borders of shrubs, hedging and a crab apple tree. Footpath leading to the lower garden.
The first building you come to in the lower garden is a:-
LARGE STUDIO: This building is currently used as a pottery studio but could have a range of different uses. The building has been insulated and has all main services connected. ROOM 1: 19'4 x 10'0" (5.89m x 3.05m) A solid wooden door brings you to this room with vaulted ceilings and opening to:- ROOM 2: 30'6" x 10'8" (9.30m x 3.25m) French doors leading to a terrace seating area. WET ROOM: A fully tiled wet room with overhead shower, WC and wash hand basin.
SECOND STUDIO (19'1" x 8'5") (5.82m x 2.57m) Glass French doors to a terrace seating area. This building is also insulated with power connected. There are also two further useful storage sheds.
The rest of the private rear garden is laid to lawn with well-established borders and a number of fruit trees. The grounds abut the Sudbury meadows and panoramic views across the meadows can be enjoyed from the Summer house to the bottom of the garden.
In all about 0.23 acres.
SERVICES: Main water and drainage. Main electricity connected. Gas fired heating by radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
AGENTS NOTES: The property has previously functioned as two self-contained apartments but is presently lived in as a single dwelling.
This property enjoys a right of way across neighbouring land that gives access to the cart lodge. This right of way is also enjoyed by two neighbouring properties across your property.
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