4 bedroom detached house for saleKings Park, Chedburgh, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Offers in Region of £630,000
- Very well presented family home
- Four reception rooms
- Utility room
- Four bedrooms - three double size
- Two en suites
- Family bathroom
- Double glazing and central heating
- Front and rear gardens
- Garage and driveway
Full descriptionA spacious detached family home situated on an exclusive development of just thirteen houses - itself located just outside the village of Chedburgh. This property would make a great family home with four reception rooms, a good size kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, four bedrooms - three being double size rooms, two en suites, and a family bathroom. The property benefits from being located in a very quiet setting with views over open fields to the rear.
This property is being sold with a Freehold tenure.
A summary of the accommodation:
This four bedroom detached house offers living accommodation, which includes:
Four bedrooms - three double size
Two en suites
The property also benefits from double glazing, and oil-fired central heating. Outside - to the front of the property - there is ample off road parking with a gravel drive leading to a detached double garage, and a mature garden, whilst to the rear is a mature garden providing views of open countryside to the rear.
A feature wooden part-lead double glazed front door opens to the:
Benefiting from: a feature wooden part-lead double glazed window to the front aspect, fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, two radiators, thermostat, and alarm point. A set of stairs rises off to the first floor landing, whilst an under stairs cupboard provides useful storage space.
From the entrance hall go through a door to the right into the:
Study: (8'2 x 6'9) (2.5m x 2.1m)
Benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, and a wooden double glazed window to the front aspect with radiator underneath.
Back to the entrance hall, take the door roughly opposite into the:
Dining room: (11'11 x 9'10) (3.6m x 3.0m)
A good size room benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, and a wooden double glazed window to the front aspect with radiator underneath.
From the entrance hall, the next door to the left opens into the:
Cloakroom: (5'7 x 4'3) (1.7m x 1.3m)
Benefiting from: a tiled floor with part tiled walls to all sides, overhead lighting, extractor, pedestal wash basin, close coupled wc with shelf and vanity mirror, radiator.
From the entrance hall, the next door leads into the:
Kitchen/Breakfast/Family room: (26'7 x 14'10) (8.1m x 4.5m)
A large inviting space perfect for those family breakfasts and dinners and for hosting parties!
The kitchen/breakfast area:
Benefits from: modern base and overhead cupboards (one overhead cupboard features a glazed display door), a wine rack, work surfaces with tiled splash backs and an inset stainless steel 1 1/2 bowls sink and drainer with mixer tap, electric double range oven with extractor hood over, built in fridge/freezer, and built in dishwasher. There is space for a dinner table and chairs.
The kitchen/breakfast area area also benefits from: a tiled floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting via spot lights, power points, a radiator and a wooden double glazed window to the rear aspect. A door leads off to the:
Utility room: (7'8 x 5'7) (2.3m x 1.7m)
Benefiting from: modern base and overhead cupboards, work surfaces with tiled splash backs and an inset stainless steel sink and drainer. The utility room provides space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
The room also benefits from: a tiled floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, radiator, floor mounted oil boiler and mains fuse board. A wooden part obscured double glazed door to the side opens to a side access path.
Returning to the kitchen/breakfast area beyond this is the:
Benefiting from: a tiled floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, power points, a radiator, and a set of wooden double glazed windows to the rear aspect.
A set of wooden double glazed patio doors, also to the rear aspect, open to the:
Conservatory: (12'6 x 9'1) (3.8m x 2.8m)
Benefiting from extensive field views to the rear aspect, the conservatory is of a Upvc double glazed construction with full floor-to-ceiling height windows to all sides, and a set of Upvc double glazed patio doors to the left side which open onto a paved patio area. The conservatory has an obscured Perspex roof, a suspended wood floor, and power points.
Living room: (18'7 x 11'10) (5.7m x 3.6m)
A warm welcoming room benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, a feature stone fireplace with stone surround, mantle and hearth. The living room also has power points, radiators, and triple aspect wooden double glazed windows to the front, the side, and to the rear. A set of wooden double glazed patio doors to the rear aspect lead to the rear garden.
Returning to the entrance hallway, take the carpeted stairs up to the:
A light and airy space benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, loft access, power points and radiator. Doors lead off to all four bedrooms, the family bathroom, and the airing cupboard which houses a tank and shelves.
Master bedroom: (18'7 x 11'9) (5.7m x 3.6m)
A large, dual aspect room, with views out of the front and rear windows.
The master bedroom benefits from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, two wooden double glazed windows to the front aspect with radiator, built in double wardrobes to either side of the front windows, two wooden double glazed windows to the rear aspect, power points, radiator, and loft access. The room provides ample space for a double bed and further cupboards.
A door opens into the:
En suite: (9'2 x 6'3) (2.8m x 1.9m)
Benefiting from a four piece suite comprising: an enclosed double shower - fully tiled with glass folding doors, wash basin with shaver point and overhead mirror door vanity cupboard with shelves either side, a close coupled wc, a bidet, a tiled floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting via spot lights, half tiled walls, radiator, towel rail, extractor, and a wooden obscured double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Bedroom 2: (13'8 x 11'11) (4.2m x 3.6m)
Another large bedroom, benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, a wooden double glazed window to the front aspect with radiator below, power points, and a set of built in wardrobes. The room provides space for a double bed and further cupboards.
A door opens into the:
En suite: (6'8 x 6'8) (2.0m x 2.0m)
Benefiting from a three piece suite comprising: an enclosed double shower fully tiled with glass folding doors, pedestal wash basin with shaver point and overhead mirror, a close coupled wc, a tiled floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting via spot lights, half tiled walls, radiator, towel rail, extractor, and a wooden obscured double glazed window to the front aspect.
Family bathroom: (7'10 x 6'11) (2.4m x 2.1m)
A good size four piece suite comprising: a panelled bath, an enclosed shower fully tiled with glass folding doors, a pedestal wash basin with shaver point, close coupled wc, a tiled floor, coved ceiling with overhead lighting via spot lights, half tiled walls, radiator, towel rail, and a wooden obscured double glazed window to the front aspect.
Bedroom 3: (13'5 x 12') (4.1m x 3.7m)
A third good size room, with dual aspect views and benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, wooden double glazed windows to the rear and side aspects, power points, radiator, and built in wardrobes. The room provides space for a double bed and cupboards.
Bedroom 4: (9'6 x 8'6) (2.9m x 2.6m)
Benefiting from: fitted carpet, coved ceiling with overhead lighting, a wooden double glazed window to the rear aspect with radiator below, power points and a built in wardrobe.
The property benefits from front and rear gardens.
The property is approached via a long shared drive way, the first part shared with their next door neighbour, whilst the second part is for their private use.
Passing through a set of gates leads you onto the gravel front driveway for the property which provides off road parking for several vehicles and leads to a:
Detached double garage: benefiting from two up and over doors, an outside light, power and lighting.
In addition to the extensive driveway there are two lawn areas, the left side area features a free-standing outside light and a paved path which leads to a side access gate, providing access to the rear garden. The garden also features some mature shrubs and trees and is enclosed by mature hedging to the front and right hand side, whilst a high brick wall provides privacy along the left side. A paved path leads up from the driveway to the front door of the property which benefits from a covered open porch with outside light.
This can be accessed from either the conservatory, or from the living room.
The garden mainly features a lawn with some mature hedging, trees and shrubs. There are paved patio areas to either side of the conservatory.
The major feature of the garden is the extensive open country side views to the rear.
Some brief notes on the village.
Chedburgh is located on and around the A143, about five miles south-west of Bury St Edmunds.
The village has a hall called The Erskine Centre, a church dedicated to All Saints, and a pub - The Marquis of Cornwallis.
All Saints Church is located on Bury Road and is part of the Suffolk Heights Benefice in the Deanery of Clare in the Diocese of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich. A Eucharist service is held on the second Sunday of every month at 10.45 a.m.
Some brief notes on Kings Park.
Kings Park is a small development of just thirteen houses on the site, with most of the properties being of a different design and layout. The development is located just outside of the village on a quiet country lane.
There is an annual community BBQ which is held in the summer.
Kings Park has a private management scheme to maintain the development. All of the residents pay into the scheme. We are advised that the management fee for the whole site is around ?400 a year which is roughly ?32 a month.
Some brief notes about Bury St Edmunds.
Bury St Edmunds is a lovely market town with a market being held twice a week in the town centre.
The town has many shops including a purpose-built shopping centre - the ARC, public venues, several churches including the Cathedral church of St James and St Edmund, a sports centre and many schools catering for each stage of education.
In addition to the amenities offered by the town centre, there are also four superstores: Asda, Sainsbury's, Tesco, and Waitrose.
Miscellaneous property notes:
The central heating system is oil fired.
The driveway leading to their property is a long shared driveway, the first part of which is shared with their next door neighbour. Our clients own the left side of the shared part of the driveway. The second part of the drive, that part going beyond their neighbour's property, is for their own private use.
Council tax band: F
Local authority: St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Please note: statements regarding the number of power points are made on the basis of the number seen at the time of inspection.
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