Woolpit, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £749,995

4 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        4 reception room(s)

An excellent and rare opportunity to acquire a stunning Grade II Listed property which was formerly used as a public house but now has planning permission for complete residential use (DC/20/03775). No onward chain.

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


Features:

  • Well renowned Grade II Listed property in the village centre
  • Permission for residential use (DC/20/03775).
  • No onward chain
  • Notable period features
  • Versatile and substantial accommodation
  • Close to all amenities

A unique opportunity to acquire an exceptional well renowned former public house offering generous and flexible accommodation in the heart of this highly regarded Suffolk village and within close proximity to all of its amenities. This stunning Grade II Listed property was formerly used as a public house to the ground floor with residential accommodation to the first and second floors but now has planning permission for complete residential use (DC/20/03775). The Swan has retained many notable period features; of particular note is the abundance of exposed timbers and studwork throughout and inglenook fireplaces. No onward chain.

Solid wood entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: An extensive area leading through to the remainder of the property. Door to;

SUBSTANTIAL L-SHAPED SITTING/DINING AREA: 33'10 x 15' (10.30m x 4.57m) and 22'1 x 9'3 (6.99m x 2.82m). With inglenook fireplace having oak bressumer with brick hearth and surround creating the main focal point of this area. Having an abundance of exposed timbers and studwork. Door to rear lobby. Further door to the rear courtyard. Latch door with steps leading down to;

CELLAR: 16'5 x 15' (5m x 4.57m). Currently used for storage.

SECOND DINING ROOM: 16'1 x 14'11 (4.89m x 4.55m) Again of generous size having front aspect but would lend itself to a multiple of uses.

At the end of the dining area is a further lobby area with personal door having staircase rising to the residential accommodation and separate personal door.

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN: 15'1 x 9'10 (4.80m x 2.99m). With work preparation surfaces. Space for fridge freezer and Rangemaster style cooker. External door.

(Subject to planning and listed building consents the following ground floor rooms could be removed to create a larger garden area)

REAR LOBBY: Two external doors to the courtyard and further grounds. Doors to:

MALE CLOAKROOMS: With W.C., wash hand basin and urinal.

LARGE STORE ROOM: 12' x 8'8 (3.67m x 2.65m). A versatile room.

Saloon style doors to: LADIES CLOAKROOMS: With two separate W.C. cubicles. Wash hand basin with vanity surround.

First floor

LANDING: An inviting area with door opening to the;

INNER HALLWAY: A substantial area with staircase rising to the second floor with understairs storage cupboard. Dual aspect. Doors to;

DRAWING ROOM: 17'10 x 15'5 (5.43m x 4.70m). An excellent charming room with inglenook fireplace with brick surround creating the main focal point of the room and having exposed timbers and studwork. Front aspect.

SITTING ROOM: 16'8 x 15'5 (5.07m x 4.70m). A delightful versatile space with exposed timbers and studwork. Exposed brick chimney stack with storage area to the side. Front aspect.

DINING AREA: 16'4 x 9'7 (4.99m x 2.93m). Accessed from the inner hallway and having dual aspect. Large opening through to;

KITCHEN: 8' x 7'9 (2.43m x 2.35m). Base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a sink unit with single drainer. Space for cooker, fridge freezer and washing machine.

BEDROOM: 19'4 x 11'10 (5.80m x 3.61m). A charming room with exposed timbers. Front aspect. Large built-in storage cupboard.

BATHROOM: A generous size having roll-top ball and claw bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over. Separate shower cubicle with part tiled surround, W.C. and wash hand basin.

Second floor

LANDING AREA: A large space with opening through to;

FAMILY ROOM: 17'9 x 10'10 (5.40m x 3.29m). A versatile room which could be used for a variety of uses. Front aspect. Large opening through to;

STORE ROOM: 19'5 x 9'4 (5.92m x 2.84m). Front aspect.

BEDROOM: 17'4 x 10'6 (5.28m x 3.20m). Built into the eaves and having remainder of the chimney stack. Again would lend itself to a multiple of uses if not required as a bedroom.

Outside The property is set back from the road behind a pavement to the front. The rear is approached via a shared archway and driveway which in turn leads to the rear of the property. The rear is predominantly hard standing and has off street parking for four vehicles. Courtyard garden with hardstanding.

AGENT NOTES: The property has change of use of public house (A4) to dwelling house (C3). Planning reference DC/20/03775 Mid Suffolk District Council.

As is common with properties of this age The Swan has flying freeholds over the neighbouring properties


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:

  • Well renowned Grade II Listed property in the village centre
  • Permission for residential use (DC/20/03775).
  • No onward chain
  • Notable period features
  • Versatile and substantial accommodation
  • Close to all amenities

A unique opportunity to acquire an exceptional well renowned former public house offering generous and flexible accommodation in the heart of this highly regarded Suffolk village and within close proximity to all of its amenities. This stunning Grade II Listed property was formerly used as a public house to the ground floor with residential accommodation to the first and second floors but now has planning permission for complete residential use (DC/20/03775). The Swan has retained many notable period features; of particular note is the abundance of exposed timbers and studwork throughout and inglenook fireplaces. No onward chain.

Solid wood entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: An extensive area leading through to the remainder of the property. Door to;

SUBSTANTIAL L-SHAPED SITTING/DINING AREA: 33'10 x 15' (10.30m x 4.57m) and 22'1 x 9'3 (6.99m x 2.82m). With inglenook fireplace having oak bressumer with brick hearth and surround creating the main focal point of this area. Having an abundance of exposed timbers and studwork. Door to rear lobby. Further door to the rear courtyard. Latch door with steps leading down to;

CELLAR: 16'5 x 15' (5m x 4.57m). Currently used for storage.

SECOND DINING ROOM: 16'1 x 14'11 (4.89m x 4.55m) Again of generous size having front aspect but would lend itself to a multiple of uses.

At the end of the dining area is a further lobby area with personal door having staircase rising to the residential accommodation and separate personal door.

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN: 15'1 x 9'10 (4.80m x 2.99m). With work preparation surfaces. Space for fridge freezer and Rangemaster style cooker. External door.

(Subject to planning and listed building consents the following ground floor rooms could be removed to create a larger garden area)

REAR LOBBY: Two external doors to the courtyard and further grounds. Doors to:

MALE CLOAKROOMS: With W.C., wash hand basin and urinal.

LARGE STORE ROOM: 12' x 8'8 (3.67m x 2.65m). A versatile room.

Saloon style doors to: LADIES CLOAKROOMS: With two separate W.C. cubicles. Wash hand basin with vanity surround.

First floor

LANDING: An inviting area with door opening to the;

INNER HALLWAY: A substantial area with staircase rising to the second floor with understairs storage cupboard. Dual aspect. Doors to;

DRAWING ROOM: 17'10 x 15'5 (5.43m x 4.70m). An excellent charming room with inglenook fireplace with brick surround creating the main focal point of the room and having exposed timbers and studwork. Front aspect.

SITTING ROOM: 16'8 x 15'5 (5.07m x 4.70m). A delightful versatile space with exposed timbers and studwork. Exposed brick chimney stack with storage area to the side. Front aspect.

DINING AREA: 16'4 x 9'7 (4.99m x 2.93m). Accessed from the inner hallway and having dual aspect. Large opening through to;

KITCHEN: 8' x 7'9 (2.43m x 2.35m). Base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a sink unit with single drainer. Space for cooker, fridge freezer and washing machine.

BEDROOM: 19'4 x 11'10 (5.80m x 3.61m). A charming room with exposed timbers. Front aspect. Large built-in storage cupboard.

BATHROOM: A generous size having roll-top ball and claw bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over. Separate shower cubicle with part tiled surround, W.C. and wash hand basin.

Second floor

LANDING AREA: A large space with opening through to;

FAMILY ROOM: 17'9 x 10'10 (5.40m x 3.29m). A versatile room which could be used for a variety of uses. Front aspect. Large opening through to;

STORE ROOM: 19'5 x 9'4 (5.92m x 2.84m). Front aspect.

BEDROOM: 17'4 x 10'6 (5.28m x 3.20m). Built into the eaves and having remainder of the chimney stack. Again would lend itself to a multiple of uses if not required as a bedroom.

Outside The property is set back from the road behind a pavement to the front. The rear is approached via a shared archway and driveway which in turn leads to the rear of the property. The rear is predominantly hard standing and has off street parking for four vehicles. Courtyard garden with hardstanding.

AGENT NOTES: The property has change of use of public house (A4) to dwelling house (C3). Planning reference DC/20/03775 Mid Suffolk District Council.

As is common with properties of this age The Swan has flying freeholds over the neighbouring properties

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