4 bedroom bungalow for saleBorley, Sudbury
Guide Price £450,000
- Detached bungalow in attractive setting
- With planning permission for a large first floor extension
- Much improved by the current vendors
- Current total floor area in-excess of 1500 sq.ft.
- Sitting room with large bespoke double glazed window
- Superb kitchen breakfast room
- Dining room, utility and cloakroom
- Four bedrooms and family bathroom
- Garage, parking and ground in-excess of 1/4 acres (STS)
- Internal photographs to follow once internal redecoration is complete
Crossland is a most agreeable home that has been improved by the current vendors. The bespoke large double glazed windows allow a vast amount of light into the property and the rear extension further enhances the accommodation on offer. As mentioned below planning permission has been granted to extend the property on to the first floor. This would create a fine home with exceptional commodious accommodation, situated in a wonderful setting with the most glorious of views to the front across delightful countryside..
Accommodation - The accommodation in brief comprises entrance hall with door to sitting room (22'3" x 16'7" max) a light and bright room with a large bespoke window to the front aspect and a second window to the side aspect glazed French doors lead to the kitchen breakfast room (18'2" x 14'5"). The breakfast area is versatile in its use and is finished with wood effect flooring, side window and french doors leading to the rear terrace. The open plan kitchen area is fitted with an attractive range of cream floor and wall units complimented by wood design roll edge work-surfaces and tiled flooring. The room has been well-designed for appliance space and finished with a breakfast bar. The utility offers further storage and appliance space. An opening leads to the dining room (10'82 x 9'2") which could also be used as a study, library etc. and conveniently a door gives access back to the entrance hall. The property is currently configured to offer four bedrooms however as previously mentioned could be extended to offer first floor accommodation. A wonderful entrance hall and staircase to this area would include the floor area of the smaller fourth bedroom with the house then offering six double bedrooms, en-suite to master bedroom and a family bathroom on both the ground (already in situation) and first floors. The first floor plan on the particulars is the proposed first floor accommodation.
Outside - The property is situated on a plot in excess of 1/4 of an acre and is accessed via two wooden five bar gates leading to the block-paved driveway which provides off-road parking for several vehicles and which in turn leads to a single garage with up and over door and which houses the oil fired boiler. The remainder of the front garden is laid to lawn and partially enclosed by mature hedging. The block-paving continues to the front of the property and the area is interspersed with mature beds, conifers and shingle. Side pedestrian access leads both sides of the property and to the rear garden. The property benefits from a deceptively spacious rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a small ornamental fish pond, oil tank, garden shed offering further useful storage and with the rear terrace being an ideal area for outdoor eating and entertaining. The rear garden faces predominately south and is fully enclosed by fencing and mature hedges with a small wall to the rear offering views across the neighbouring paddocks.
Situation - Borley is situated just outside the market town of Sudbury and close to the attractive and well-served village of Long Melford. It is located on the Essex/Suffolk borders and the attractive villages of Clare and Lavenham are also easily accessible. Properties within the village often afford beautiful views across undulating countryside and the Church is a splendid focal and meeting point. Bury St Edmunds, with its further fine amenities, is situated approximately 16 miles to its north. Sudbury, formally the home of Thomas Gainsborough, is an attractive town with many fine historic buildings with an extensive range of everyday shopping, schooling and recreational facilities. The town also has a commuter rail link connecting at Marks Tey for London's Liverpool Street Station.
Council - Braintree Council
Council Tax Band D
Services - Oil fired central heating
Septic tank drainage
Mains water and electric
Directions - From our office in Long Melford proceed southwards along Long Melford High Street (B1064) towards Sudbury and onto Rodbridge Hill. At the crossroads turn right onto Borley Road and signed to Borley and Foxearth. Proceed over the Bridge, then taking the next left onto Lower Road and in turn on to Hall Road, where the property will be found on the left hand, just before the Church.
Agents Note - The property has full planning granted (Application No.: 04/01190/FUL) for a fabulous conversion of the loft space and over the rear extension. This includes the removal of the existing roof space to provide spacious first floor accommodation which will afford wonderful views across the rolling countryside. The first floor accommodation will provide an additional three bedrooms, a bathroom and en-suite making six generous bedrooms in total.
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