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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Great Barton, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Sold STC £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Exceptional Detached Family Residence
  • Hall Park Development
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Approaching Half An Acre
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Mature Private Garden
  • Double Garage
  • Ample Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This exceptional, individual detached family residence offers spacious and well presented accommodation possessing a light and airy atmosphere. Set in a generous corner plot approaching half an acre with well screened gardens. This substantial four bedroom family home is located in a pleasant setting within the Hall Park Development which is renowned and favoured for its spacious layout and many grass and wooded areas. Properties of this calibre do not come to the market often.

The Accommodation
The ground floor comprises; entrance porch with tiled floor, fully glazed window to the front aspect and wooden door entering into the main entrance hall.

Entrance hall with fully glazed window to the front, exposed brick work, doors entering into study, diner, sitting room, kitchen and cloakroom. The stairs to the first floor are located in the entrance hall.

The study is a good size room with dual aspect windows allowing for views over the rear garden. The sitting room is a stunning room with an open fireplace set on a stone hearth, duel aspect windows allowing for views over Hall Park and exposed brick work. There are French doors entering into the conservatory and back to the entrance hall which are fully glazed making for ample light. The dining room has French doors entering in with two fully glazed panels to the side. There are French doors entering into the rear garden and a serving hatch through to the kitchen.

The kitchen/breakfast room has matching wall and base mounted units with work surface above. Incorporated into the work surface is a sink and drainer. There is an integrated fridge, oven and grill with four ring electric hob and extractor over, dishwasher, tiled splash backs, serving hatch back to the dining room and ample space for a table. The rear window looks over the mature rear garden. The utility has matching wall and base mounted units with work surface above and a sink and drainer incorporated in, tiled splash backs, plumbing for a washing machine and space for upright fridge/freezer. There is a pantry cupboard housing a water softener. A door leads to the rear garden, double garage and through into the conservatory/garden room.

The conservatory/garden room has a tiled floor, six fully glazed windows to the side aspect allowing for views over Hall Park and exposed brick work. There is also a cloakroom to the ground floor with low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and window to the rear aspect.

The first floor comprises; landing with three fully glazed panels to the side aspect and two to the front aspect. There are doors leading off the landing into four bedrooms, the family bathroom and airing cupboard. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, window to the side aspect overlooking the rear garden and a door entering into the en suite. The en suite has a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double shower cubicle and is part tiled.

Bedroom two has a fitted wardrobe and a window to the side aspect looking over the rear garden. Bedroom three has a window to the side aspect and bedroom four has fitted cupboards and a window to the side aspect. The family bathroom has a frosted window to the rear aspect, wall mounted hand basin, low level WC, bath with shower above and part tiled walls.

The property is set well back from the road and boasts a front garden predominantly laid to lawn with some shrubs, plants, mature trees, hedging and features two driveways providing ample off road parking including space for a caravan or a boat. One driveway leads to the double garage/work shop with up and over doors, power and light connected.

There is access via both sides of the property one with double wooden gates and the other with a single wooden gate. The generous rear garden has been predominantly laid to lawn and features two patio terrace areas. There are flower and shrub borders and fruit trees. The rear garden is afforded excellent levels of privacy by way of mature hedge and tree boundaries. It is fully enclosed by wooden fencing and hedgerow.

The property occupies a fantastic secluded setting in the very exclusive location known as "Hall Park", originally forming the parkland to Barton Hall, which was demolished in the early 20th century. Hall Park is a very desirable area situated in the village of Great Barton and is within easy reach of the local amenities which include a very well regarded primary school, post office, garage, church and public house. The village boasts a thriving local community spirit and is situated only 2 miles to the north east of Bury St Edmunds and its
excellent range of schooling, shopping, cultural and recreational facilities this historic market town has to offer.


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28 October 2016


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