4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleHead Way, Sudbury
Sold STC £300,000
- One of the largest town houses on the development
- Spacious kitchen breakfast room
- Dining room
- Comfortable sitting room
- Master bedroom and en-suite
- Three further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Attractive gardens
- Garage and parking
Full descriptionSheridans are delighted to offer this beautifully presented semi-detached town house benefiting from well-maintained and improved accommodation. The property offers generous space, with this well-designed style of home offering larger living and bedroom accommodation than the standard town houses on the development and is one of only a couple of houses built in this style. The property is arranged over three floors and it is difficult not to be impressed by the quality of the house. The entrance hall and landings are spacious and stylishly now offer wood and glass banisters and balustrades. The ground floor is configured with a kitchen breakfast room, dining room and cloakroom. The property further benefits from comfortable sitting room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three family bedrooms and a family bathroom. The gardens have been designed for easy maintenance and the property enjoys a garage and parking space. A viewing is highly recommended and is strictly by appointment.
Accommodation - The accommodation, in brief, comprises entrance hall with doors off, stairs rising to first floor and a useful coats cupboard. The dining room (12'1" x 8'8") is situated to the front of the property and affords an attractive view. The room benefits from wall and central lights. To the rear of the property is the spacious kitchen breakfast room (15'2" x 12'6"). A light and bright room with windows to the rear and side and glazed French doors giving access to the rear garden. The room is fitted with a range of base and wall units inset with an enamel sink and finished with light work-surfaces. The room is well planned and provides a integrated cooker, induction hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. Mosaic tiled splash-backs compliment the tiled flooring, which runs throughout the ground floor, A larder cupboard provides a useful additional storage space. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a well presented cloakroom.
The first floor landing, with an airing cupboard housing the megaflow heating system, gives access to the lounge; this affords attractive views across rooftops and to the fields beyond. The room benefits from a Juliette balcony and windows to the side and rear aspects. The master bedroom (12' x 11') is fitted with an excellent range of wardrobes and benefits from a well presented en-suite with double shower, pedestal wash basin, low level wc and heated towel rail. The three further bedrooms (12'1" x 10'1", 11'3" x 8'4" and 8'8" x 6'7") are situated on the second floor with the two double bedrooms both benefiting from fitted wardrobes. The rooms are served by the attractive family bathroom.
Outside - The front garden is partly enclosed by wrought iron railings with the garden designed with flowerbeds, a covered decked area and lawn. A gate leads to the side of the property where the garage and parking is situated. The enclosed rear garden is well presented and an ideal space for out door eating and entertaining. The garden benefits from a central circular paved patio with lawn to the sides. The garden is edged with wooden sleepers and flowerbeds. Gated access leads to the garage.
Situation - The property is situated at the end of a crescent facing a small banked garden area and close to the green. This popular development lies to the northern outskirts of Sudbury, ideally located close to the ring road, with easy access to the A134 and to the surrounding open countryside, yet also excellently situated for local facilities, the town centre and all the facilities that it has to offer. Sudbury, a historic town containing a wealth of period houses and modern development, is the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough and is steeped in history. It offers good railway links to Colchester and London, is also well situated for Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich, and offers a large range of recreational amenities and a range of modern shopping facilities.
Services - All main services are connected.
Gas fired central heating
Council - Babergh District Council
Council Tax Band D
Directions - From the Bury St Edmunds and Long Melford direction, upon reaching the outskirts of Sudbury proceed on the A134 Sudbury Ring road, turning right onto Clermont Avenue at the first roundabout. Continue onto Head Way turning right into Parker Place and then right again where the property will be found at the end of the road on the right hand side.
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