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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Dobbs Hill, Queens Close, Sudbury

Sold STC £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Victorian home
  • Exceptionally well-presented accommodation
  • Offering a wealth of features
  • Two reception rooms
  • Well planned kitchen
  • Entrance hall & rear lobby
  • Modern bathroom
  • Three bedrooms
  • Enclosed gardens
  • Off-road parking

Full description

This beautifully presented Victorian home offers elegant accommodation that has been sympathetically restored by the current owner. The property is centrally located for town amenities, yet benefits from a surprisingly private setting towards the end of a no-through road. The house is of brick construction under a tiled roof and offers many fine features including exposed floor timbers to the sitting room, picture rails, ceiling roses and open fireplaces; all in keeping with the original style of the property. In addition there are new floor coverings to other rooms, double glazing to most windows and tasteful redecoration throughout. The well-presented accommodation retains a high degree of character with a wonderful homely feel. Attractive gardens and off-road parking complete these excellent features.

Accommodation - The accommodation, in brief, comprise beautiful oak door with glazed window over, leading to the entrance hall. The hall wonderfully sets the standard of the property with ornate coving and ceiling rose, skirting and exposed floor boards. The stairs rise to the first floor with a useful storage cupboard under. Doors off to both principal reception rooms. The sitting room (14'2" max x 13') benefits from a splendid bay with two double glazed doors, leading to the garden, offering a good degree of natural light into the room. The open fire, with its brick surround and hearth is the focal point of the room, with picture rails and wooden flooring further enhancing the character of the room. The dining room (13' x 9'11") enjoys the original sash window to the front aspect and again benefits from a brick fire place and picture rails. The LED accent inset floor spotlights provide a modern contemporary feel to the room, which continues through to the kitchen. The Kitchen is fitted with a range of wood style base and wall units, complimented with granite effect work surfaces. Integrated fridge/freezer, oven, gas hob and extractor hood. The rear lobby benefits from a large storage cupboard which currently houses the washing machine and tumble drier. The modern bathroom is situated off from this and is finished with a modern white suite comprising wood effect panelled bath with shower over, low level wc and wash hand basin.

The generous first floor landing, with a storage cupboard, provides loft access and doors off to all of the bedrooms. The landing area could, subject to necessary building regulations, provide a first floor wc if required. The master bedroom (13'1" x 12') is a generous room and features a fireplace and part vaulted ceiling. There are two further bedrooms (both measuring 9'10" x 6'6").

Outside - The property is approached by a large period timber gate providing access to the gardens. High flowerbeds, enclosed by attractive wooden sleepers, and inset with feature bay trees and plantings can be found at the front of the property. The garden faces a favoured south east aspect making the decked area ideal for alfresco eating and entertaining. The central lawned area leads off from this with flower beds and mature planting edging the garden, which is fully enclosed.

The property benefits from a gravel parking bay to the rear of the property.

Situation - The property benefits from being situated close to the Town centre with off-road parking, yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Town life. Sudbury is a thriving Market Town which offers an excellent range of shops, schools and recreational facilities. The train station offers excellent links to London and also to neighbouring villages and towns. The town's famous Water Meadows are situated nearby and offer lovely walks along by the River Stour. Sudbury is also conveniently situated with excellent access to the surrounding areas; the village of Lavenham, just a few miles to the northeast, being steeped in history and visited from far afield along with Long Melford which again offers further individual shops and restaurants. The cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds is situated 13 miles to the north and offers convenient access to the A14 dual carriageway, linking the east coast ports, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway. Colchester is just 14 miles away with its main line railway station to London Liverpool Street.

Services - All main services are connected.
Gas fired central heating

Council - Babergh District Council - Council Tax Band C

Direction - From Bury St Edmunds and Long Melford direction proceed into Sudbury on the A131 Melford Road. Continue along the A131 into the one way system. Upon passing Aldi supermarket on your left, take the next left hand-turn into Suffolk Road. At the T junction turn left onto Queens Close. No 1 Dobbs Hill can be found on your left, entranced through a wooden gate, just before the road bends to the left.

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Added on Rightmove:
05 September 2016

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