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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
Location Green Bank North is situated in the popular village of Grundisburgh, being only 4 miles from Woodbridge and about 10 miles from the County Town of Ipswich. Fast Inter-city trains from Ipswich to Londons Liverpool Street station take just over the hour. The village itself benefits from a public house, The Dog, a grocery store, a post office/gift shop and a hardware store. There is a primary school and village playingfield with pavilion.
Woodbridge is best known locally for its picturesque riverside setting with marina and associated boat services. It is also highly regarded for its good choice of schooling in both state and private sectors and offers a variety of shops, restaurants, theatre and recreational facilities. The Heritage Coast lies within 12 miles with popular centres such as Orford, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness, Walberswick and Southwold all within easy reach.
Description Green Bank North is beautifully presented and is a fine example of a Georgian property having an elegant staircase, high ceilings, ceiling mouldings, picture rails and moulded skirting boards. The drawing room has a polished timber floor with beautiful large Georgian sash window overlooking the front. The entrance hall is extremely spacious with the grand sweeping staircase rising to the split galleried landing. There is a useful dry cellar with brick arched wine store. The house gives a feeling of grandeur on a small scale and has many original features.
Ground Floor A Wide panelled and decorative glazed entrance door into the
Entrance Hall Having timber floor boarding, twin panel radiator, large wall mirror and elegant staircase with hand rail and spindles. From the rear of the Hallway a doorway and brick steps lead down into the
Cellar 184 x 15 (5.58m x 4.57m) A wonderful space, housing the gas fired central heating boiler and individual arched wine stores. The cellar lends itself to a variety of uses as it is a dry room.
A six panelled door from the Entrance Hall leads to the
Drawing Room 177 x 152 (5.36m x 4.82m) West and North. An elegant twin aspect room with large sash window overlooking the front garden. It has high ceilings, timber floor and twin panel radiator . A central fireplace houses the coal effect gas fired stove. Attractive architraving and picture rail. Two uplighters. A step gives access up to the
Kitchen 135 x 78 (4.09m x 2.34m). East. Fitted with Shaker style base and wall cabinets under wood style effect worksurface incorporating a deep Belfast sink with mixer tap over and separate drinking water tap. Space and plumbing for a small dishwasher and built-in electric Zanussi fan assisted over with gas hob over and extractor fan above, twin panel radiator, small hatch to loft space and door into the
Lobby With space for tall fridge freezer. A door gives access to the outside and door to
Utility/Cloakroom With low flush WC, hand wash basin, space and plumbing for washing machine. Radiator.
From the kitchen a fully glazed panelled door leads into the
Dining Room 84 x 82 (2.54m x 2.49m) East. Having radiator and laminate floor. A four panelled door from the Dining Room leads back into the Entrance Hall.
From the Entrance Hall stairs rise to the
Galleried half landing Radiator, covered with lattice work. Door to
Bathroom With white suite of panelled bath in tiled surround with shower over, pedestal hand wash basin, low flush WC and twin panel radiator.
Top Landing The vendor uses this as a study area, with lovely high ceiling creating a feeling of extreme space. Doors to
Bedroom One 131 to fitted wardrboes x 10 (3.98m x 3.05m)
East. Another lovely light room with high ceiling, small hatch to loft space and range of built-in wardrobe cupboards. Pedestal sink unit concealed in built-in cupboard. Twin panel radiator.
Bedroom Two 1110 x 78 (3.6m x 2.34m) West. With timber floor painted white, radiator and outlook to the front.
Outside The house is approached from Rose Hill to an attractive front garden where stone steps lead to the front door. The garden to the front has been terraced and landscaped with a scattering of evergreens and small shrubs. There is an off-road parking area to the side of the property. The rear garden has also been landscaped having crazy paved terrace which catches the morning sun in front of the herb garden. There are further steps which lead to the main garden area. This is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. A pathway leads to the top of the garden where there is a second patio, this area catches the afternoon and evening sun. There is a useful former stable which is part divided into a workshop, 153 x 103 (4.65m x 3.12m) and a storeroom, 169 x 11 (5.1m x 3.35m). The stable has the original brick floor and has power and light connected. The garden is delightful and benefits from several seating areas, lavender beds and brick walls. There is an existing planning permission for a two storey extension to the side of the property,
Viewing Strictly by appointment with the agent.
Services Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage connected. Gas fired central heating.
Council Tax Band C; £1,301.10 payable per annum 2011/2012 Local Authority Suffolk Coastal District Council; Melton Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1AU; Tel: 01394 383789