4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Bell Mews, Hadleigh, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP7 5AW

Sold STC £230,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3/4 Bedroom mews style property
  • 21ft 5ins living/dining room
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • First floor bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Quiet Location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An end of terrace 3/4 bedroom mews style property arranged to provide spacious living accommodation including a 21ft 5ins living/ dining, kitchen, ground floor cloakroom and a first floor bathroom together with an integral single garage with electrically operated roller shutter door all occupying low maintenance gardens in this small cul de sac close to the centre of the town.

Hadleigh can be found on the Essex/Suffolk border just ten miles from Ipswich, fifteen miles from Colchester and approximately seventy miles from London. The centre of the district is characterised by rural villages and historic market towns, such as Lavenham, Stoke By Nayland and Kersey, Hadleigh is maybe one of East Anglia's best kept secrets. With its excellent nearby transport links to the A12 and A14, together with access to main line rail stations in Ipswich, Manningtree and Colchester. Hadleigh has become a desirable residential location for both local families and London commuters. Hadleigh proudly boasts over two hundred and fifty listed buildings. The character of the town is maintained by a wealth of independent shops lining the main High Street along with a large sized supermarket offering one-stop-shop convenience. Most villages in this area are fortunate to have junior schools which are very highly regarded. The senior school of Hadleigh offers places to seven hundred and fifty pupils aged eleven to sixteen and is specialist science school with a strong presence in the Suffolk school league tables.

Built during the 1980's "6 Bell Mews" is of cavity wall construction presenting brick elevations under a pitched roof clad with tiles. It benefits from sealed unit double glazing and gas fired radiator heating and the accommodation is as follows: 

ON THE GROUND FLOOR  

Glazed door to:  

Entrance Hall 16ft 7ins x 5ft 10ins maximum narrowing at the staircase and a little further at one end, with doors to the living/ dining room, kitchen, ground floor cloakroom and store room. 

Living /Dining room 21ft 5ins x 12ft 1ins With window to side and two pairs of sealed unit double glazed French doors overlooking and leading to the rear garden, two radiators, two ceiling light points. 

Kitchen 10ft x 9ft 3ins With window to front, range of units comprising an inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with chrome mixer, range of work surfaces most with cupboards and drawer sunder, integrated four burner electric hob with extractor over, integrated electrical oven, upright fridge/freezer, washing machine, range of wall mounted storage cupboards including one full height storage cupboard, wall mounted boiler serving radiator heating and domestic hot water, tiled floor, radiator and strip lighting. 

Ground floor cloakroom With suite comprising low level wc, wall mounted wash basin, wood effect flooring, radiator and ceiling light point, wood effect flooring, radiator and ceiling light point. 

Store room The store room which measures 9ft 2ins x 7ft 10ins was originally part of the garage divided with a simple stud partition, painted block walls, radiator and ceiling light point. 

ON THE FIRST FLOOR  

Galleried Landing With doors to the bedrooms and bathroom, access to roof space, ceiling light point. 

Master bedroom suite comprising:  

Bedroom 1 12ft 1ins x 12ft With window to rear, radiator, ceiling light point and wide access to the dressing room. 

Dressing room 12ft 1ins x 9ft With window to rear, range of shelved airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank with immersion heater.

Note: Bedroom 1 and its dressing area were originally two separate bedrooms accessed from the landing and could either be returned to their former uses or potentially the dressing room could be converted to create en-suite facilities to Bedroom 1. 

Bedroom 2 12ft 1ins x 10ft 3ins With window to front, range of built in furniture incorporating a vanity unit, radiator and ceiling light point. 

Bedroom 3 9ft x 8ft 4ins Sealed unit double glazed French windows with a Juliet balcony to front, radiator and ceiling light point. 

Bathroom With suite comprising low level wc, pedestal wash basin with shower enclosure, glazed door, fully tiled walls and strip lighting. 

OUTSIDE Externally accessed storage area with electrically operated roller shutter door to front, light and power connected. The external storage area combined with the internal storage room were formally a single garage and could by removing a simple stud partition be returned to its former use as a garage.

The garage is approached via a driveway providing additional off road parking for 1/2 vehicles. A short footpath provides access to the front door and continues to the right hand side of the property providing access to the rear gardens. To the front there is a low maintenance garden laid mainly to stone with mature flowering and shrub borders and to the rear the gardens are mainly paved with mature flowering and shrub borders with a raised brick planter and bounded by fencing. 

Timber garden shed.  

Outside lighting  

Viewing Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors agent. 

An end of terrace 3/4 bedroom mews style property arranged to provide spacious living accommodation including a 21ft 5ins living/ dining, kitchen, ground floor cloakroom and a first floor bathroom together with an integral single garage with electrically operated roller shutter door all occupying low maintenance gardens in this small cul de sac close to the centre of the town.

Hadleigh can be found on the Essex/Suffolk border just ten miles from Ipswich, fifteen miles from Colchester and approximately seventy miles from London. The centre of the district is characterised by rural villages and historic market towns, such as Lavenham, Stoke By Nayland and Kersey, Hadleigh is maybe one of East Anglia's best kept secrets. With its excellent nearby transport links to the A12 and A14, together with access to main line rail stations in Ipswich, Manningtree and Colchester. Hadleigh has become a desirable residential location for both local families and London commuters. Hadleigh proudly boasts over two hundred and fifty listed buildings. The character of the town is maintained by a wealth of independent shops lining the main High Street along with a large sized supermarket offering one-stop-shop convenience. Most villages in this area are fortunate to have junior schools which are very highly regarded. The senior school of Hadleigh offers places to seven hundred and fifty pupils aged eleven to sixteen and is specialist science school with a strong presence in the Suffolk school league tables.

Built during the 1980's "6 Bell Mews" is of cavity wall construction presenting brick elevations under a pitched roof clad with tiles. It benefits from sealed unit double glazing and gas fired radiator heating and the accommodation is as follows: 

ON THE GROUND FLOOR  

Glazed door to:  

Entrance Hall 16ft 7ins x 5ft 10ins maximum narrowing at the staircase and a little further at one end, with doors to the living/ dining room, kitchen, ground floor cloakroom and store room. 

Living /Dining room 21ft 5ins x 12ft 1ins With window to side and two pairs of sealed unit double glazed French doors overlooking and leading to the rear garden, two radiators, two ceiling light points. 

Kitchen 10ft x 9ft 3ins With window to front, range of units comprising an inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with chrome mixer, range of work surfaces most with cupboards and drawer sunder, integrated four burner electric hob with extractor over, integrated electrical oven, upright fridge/freezer, washing machine, range of wall mounted storage cupboards including one full height storage cupboard, wall mounted boiler serving radiator heating and domestic hot water, tiled floor, radiator and strip lighting. 

Ground floor cloakroom With suite comprising low level wc, wall mounted wash basin, wood effect flooring, radiator and ceiling light point, wood effect flooring, radiator and ceiling light point. 

Store room The store room which measures 9ft 2ins x 7ft 10ins was originally part of the garage divided with a simple stud partition, painted block walls, radiator and ceiling light point. 

ON THE FIRST FLOOR  

Galleried Landing With doors to the bedrooms and bathroom, access to roof space, ceiling light point. 

Master bedroom suite comprising:  

Bedroom 1 12ft 1ins x 12ft With window to rear, radiator, ceiling light point and wide access to the dressing room. 

Dressing room 12ft 1ins x 9ft With window to rear, range of shelved airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank with immersion heater.

Note: Bedroom 1 and its dressing area were originally two separate bedrooms accessed from the landing and could either be returned to their former uses or potentially the dressing room could be converted to create en-suite facilities to Bedroom 1. 

Bedroom 2 12ft 1ins x 10ft 3ins With window to front, range of built in furniture incorporating a vanity unit, radiator and ceiling light point. 

Bedroom 3 9ft x 8ft 4ins Sealed unit double glazed French windows with a Juliet balcony to front, radiator and ceiling light point. 

Bathroom With suite comprising low level wc, pedestal wash basin with shower enclosure, glazed door, fully tiled walls and strip lighting. 

OUTSIDE Externally accessed storage area with electrically operated roller shutter door to front, light and power connected. The external storage area combined with the internal storage room were formally a single garage and could by removing a simple stud partition be returned to its former use as a garage.

The garage is approached via a driveway providing additional off road parking for 1/2 vehicles. A short footpath provides access to the front door and continues to the right hand side of the property providing access to the rear gardens. To the front there is a low maintenance garden laid mainly to stone with mature flowering and shrub borders and to the rear the gardens are mainly paved with mature flowering and shrub borders with a raised brick planter and bounded by fencing. 

Timber garden shed.  

Outside lighting  

Viewing Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors agent. 

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Added on Rightmove:
23 September 2016

Nearest station

  • Manningtree (7.7 mi)
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Frost and Partners, Hadleigh

76 High Street, Hadleigh, IP7 5EF

01473 870042 Local call rate

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Frost and Partners, Hadleigh

76 High Street, Hadleigh, IP7 5EF

01473 870042 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Manningtree (7.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Frost and Partners, Hadleigh

76 High Street, Hadleigh, IP7 5EF

01473 870042 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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