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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Lylleyes Field Drive, Barrow

Sold STC £435,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance hall with coats cupboard
  • Dual aspect sitting room with feature fireplace
  • Kitchen breakfast room
  • Dining room
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • Three further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Generous attractive gardens
  • Double garage and off-road parking
  • No onward chain

Full description

This brand new family home occupies arguably one of the finest settings on this exclusive new development within the sought after and well served village of Barrow. The property affords wonderful views across open countryside to the rear and with landscaped grounds to the front. The property, built by the well regarded developers Hopkins Homes, is of traditional brick construction beneath a tiled roof line. The home displays many quality features throughout including double glazed windows, generous ceiling height and panel doors, complemented by well-proportioned accommodation possessing an elegant and bright atmosphere. The grounds have been thoughtfully designed and are beautifully landscaped to further compliment this fine home. The property further benefits from a burglar alarm and a detached double garage and off-road parking, and is offered with no onward chain.

Accommodation - The accommodation, in brief, comprises entrance door opening to the reception hall with stairs off to first floor and useful storage under, coats cupboard and doors off to all principal rooms. The sitting room (17'9" x 12'2") enjoys delightful views to the front and French doors lead to the rear garden. A traditional brick fireplace, with tiled hearth, is fitted with an attractive wood burning stove. The dining room (11'5" x 9'9") is also situated to the front of the property with the spacious kitchen breakfast room (13'10" x 13'1" max) to the rear. The kitchen is fitted with a range of sage green base and wall units and complimented by dark ash effect work surfaces, grey tiled splash backs and light grey floor tiles. The kitchen benefits from a built in oven, hob and extractor hood with space for fridge freezer and plumbing for dishwasher and provides a comfortable space for a breakfast table. A door leads to the utility (9'6" x 5'2"), which offers further storage units, sink unit, cupboard housing the oil boiler and door to rear garden. The cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.

On the first floor is a generous landing with airing cupboard and with all bedrooms accessed from this. The master bedroom (13'11" x 12'3") enjoys attractive views across open countryside and benefits from fitted wardrobes and a good en-suite fitted with a double shower cubicle, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. The three further bedrooms (11'2" x 10'3", 11'5" x 9'9" and 8'10 x 7'3") are all served by the family bathroom.

Outside - The house has a superb approach along a gravel drive leading to the property and to the detached double garage. A path leads to the front door, with the remainder of the garden laid to lawn. Gated side access leads to the rear garden which is beautifully presented and designed. An extended paved terrace adjoins the rear of the property and is an ideal area for alfresco eating and entertaining and in-turn leads to an additional gravel patio area. A path leads to the rear of the garden where a large modern wooden shed is situated and to the discreet bin store and oil tank. This area is partially enclosed by trellis. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with feature borders and enclosed by wooden fencing. As previously mentioned the rear garden abuts the open countryside and affords superb views across this.

Situation - The property occupies arguably one of the best settings on the development, being situated at the top crescent overlooking a newly created open landscaped area to the front and enjoying countryside views to the rear. Barrow is a popular and well-served village, centred around a large green, located about six miles to the West of the historic cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds and offers excellent access to the A14 dual carriageway and thus affords good road links to Ipswich, the Midlands and to London via the M11; the village is also popular with commuters to the easy accessible City of Cambridge and to the neighbouring Business Park. The village enjoys an excellent community spirit and is well served benefitting from a post office, general stores, doctors surgery, public house, church, fitness academy, fish & chip shop, hairdressers, nursery and primary school.

Services - Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council - St Edmundsbury Borough Council. Council Tax Band E.

Directions - From Bury St Edmunds proceed West along Westley Road, passing the turning for Westley and continue through the villages of Little Saxham and Great Saxham. Follow the road into Barrow and turn left after the village green. Follow the road and the entrance to the development will be found further on the right hand side with the property being found at the top of the site.

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Added on Rightmove:
26 October 2016

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