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£500,000

3 bed house for sale

High Street, Bures, Suffolk, CO8

  • Property type:Detached
  • Bedrooms:3
  • Time on market:4 months
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Junipers is a prominent, Grade II listed detached period village home occupying a central position (under 10 minutes' walk to the village railway station) within the ever-popular village of Bures, located on the Suffolk/Essex border. The property has been comprehensively refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout.

The property provides considerable charm, character and individual period features throughout including original staircase, exposed timbers and wooden floor boards, original fireplaces, pine doors and sash windows. Further benefits include a wonderful landscaped terrace garden at the rear with summerhouse and well.

Total accommodation in excess of 1,300 sq. ft.

The Property:
To the front of the property is a pretty rose garden enclosed by established hedging, shrubbery and brick walls with gated access. At one side of the garden is a timber built storage area for logs. A pathway leads to the front doorway with panelled pilasters and a cornice hood.

The Accommodation:
ENTRANCE HALL: Doorway to the front aspect, tiled flooring, original wooden staircase leading to the first floor, under-stairs storage cupboard, radiator and doors leading to:

SITTING ROOM: Sash window to the front aspect, low-level cast iron radiator and fireplace with inset log burning stove.

DINING ROOM: Sash window to the front aspect, low-level cast iron radiator, two storage cupboards, open fireplace with surround and shelving. Exposed beams.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Sash window to the rear aspect, tiled flooring, range of base units with work tops over incorporating sink and drainer unit, tiled splash-back. Low-level cast iron radiator, two storage cupboards with power, space for a dining table and appliances such as a cooker and fridge/freezer.

DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM: Window to the rear aspect, tiled flooring, low level WC, hand wash basin, low-level cast iron radiator and door leading to:

UTILITY ROOM: Shelving, boiler and space for washing machine and dryer.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Sash window to the rear aspect, storage cupboard, exposed timbers, original staircase, exposed wooden floorboards and doors leading to:

BEDROOM ONE: Dual aspect with sash windows to the front and side aspects, exposed wooden floorboards, original fireplace and two low-level cast iron radiators.

BEDROOM TWO: Sash window to the front aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, original fireplace, wall lights, low-level cast iron radiator and door leading to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM: Sash window to the rear aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, free standing bath with mixer taps over, hand wash basin over unit, low-level cast iron radiator.

BEDROOM THREE: Sash window to the rear aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, low-level cast iron radiator, built-in fitted wardrobes.

FAMILY SHOWER ROOM: Sash window to the front aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, tiled walls, three-piece suite comprising double walk-in shower with glazed panel, low level WC and wall-hung hand wash basin. Low-level cast iron radiator.

REAR TERRACE GARDEN:
To the rear of the property is an enclosed, landscaped garden with Indian stoned patio area with step up to a raised terrace, ideal for outside seating and entertaining. There are further raised flower beds and planters, which are beautifully presented and illuminated in the evenings with up-lighters. Set in the patio is a natural well with a decorative wrought iron grill cover. There is a further block paved hard standing area via a gated rear access for the storage of bins and, subject to planning, off-street parking for up to two cars.

Location:
Bures is a picturesque village built around the River Stour and features some fine period architecture. This thriving village offers a good choice of amenities with shops, Ofsted outstanding primary school, pubs and annual music festival. Bures is situated between Sudbury (6 miles) and Colchester (10 miles) and is served by a railway station on the Gainsborough Line between Sudbury and Marks Tey station, which has a mainline link to London Liverpool Street.

The surrounding Stour Valley countryside is absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks and numerous country pursuits are quite literally on your doorstep.

Services:
Gas-fired central heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Note: None of the services have been tested by the agent.

Tenure:
Freehold

Local Authority:
Babergh District Council. Council Tax Band: G

Floor plans and measurements:
Floor plans are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not to scale. All measurements are approximate.

Viewings:
Strictly by prior appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford Office - Telephone 01787 326740.

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£500,000

3 bed house for sale

High Street, Bures, Suffolk, CO8
Junipers is a prominent, Grade II listed detached period village home occupying a central position (under 10 minutes' walk to the village railway station) within the ever-popular village of Bures, located on the Suffolk/Essex border. The property has been comprehensively refurbished and is beautifully presented throughout.

The property provides considerable charm, character and individual period features throughout including original staircase, exposed timbers and wooden floor boards, original fireplaces, pine doors and sash windows. Further benefits include a wonderful landscaped terrace garden at the rear with summerhouse and well.

Total accommodation in excess of 1,300 sq. ft.

The Property:
To the front of the property is a pretty rose garden enclosed by established hedging, shrubbery and brick walls with gated access. At one side of the garden is a timber built storage area for logs. A pathway leads to the front doorway with panelled pilasters and a cornice hood.

The Accommodation:
ENTRANCE HALL: Doorway to the front aspect, tiled flooring, original wooden staircase leading to the first floor, under-stairs storage cupboard, radiator and doors leading to:

SITTING ROOM: Sash window to the front aspect, low-level cast iron radiator and fireplace with inset log burning stove.

DINING ROOM: Sash window to the front aspect, low-level cast iron radiator, two storage cupboards, open fireplace with surround and shelving. Exposed beams.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Sash window to the rear aspect, tiled flooring, range of base units with work tops over incorporating sink and drainer unit, tiled splash-back. Low-level cast iron radiator, two storage cupboards with power, space for a dining table and appliances such as a cooker and fridge/freezer.

DOWNSTAIRS CLOAKROOM: Window to the rear aspect, tiled flooring, low level WC, hand wash basin, low-level cast iron radiator and door leading to:

UTILITY ROOM: Shelving, boiler and space for washing machine and dryer.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Sash window to the rear aspect, storage cupboard, exposed timbers, original staircase, exposed wooden floorboards and doors leading to:

BEDROOM ONE: Dual aspect with sash windows to the front and side aspects, exposed wooden floorboards, original fireplace and two low-level cast iron radiators.

BEDROOM TWO: Sash window to the front aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, original fireplace, wall lights, low-level cast iron radiator and door leading to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM: Sash window to the rear aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, free standing bath with mixer taps over, hand wash basin over unit, low-level cast iron radiator.

BEDROOM THREE: Sash window to the rear aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, low-level cast iron radiator, built-in fitted wardrobes.

FAMILY SHOWER ROOM: Sash window to the front aspect, exposed wooden floorboards, tiled walls, three-piece suite comprising double walk-in shower with glazed panel, low level WC and wall-hung hand wash basin. Low-level cast iron radiator.

REAR TERRACE GARDEN:
To the rear of the property is an enclosed, landscaped garden with Indian stoned patio area with step up to a raised terrace, ideal for outside seating and entertaining. There are further raised flower beds and planters, which are beautifully presented and illuminated in the evenings with up-lighters. Set in the patio is a natural well with a decorative wrought iron grill cover. There is a further block paved hard standing area via a gated rear access for the storage of bins and, subject to planning, off-street parking for up to two cars.

Location:
Bures is a picturesque village built around the River Stour and features some fine period architecture. This thriving village offers a good choice of amenities with shops, Ofsted outstanding primary school, pubs and annual music festival. Bures is situated between Sudbury (6 miles) and Colchester (10 miles) and is served by a railway station on the Gainsborough Line between Sudbury and Marks Tey station, which has a mainline link to London Liverpool Street.

The surrounding Stour Valley countryside is absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks and numerous country pursuits are quite literally on your doorstep.

Services:
Gas-fired central heating. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Note: None of the services have been tested by the agent.

Tenure:
Freehold

Local Authority:
Babergh District Council. Council Tax Band: G

Floor plans and measurements:
Floor plans are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not to scale. All measurements are approximate.

Viewings:
Strictly by prior appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford Office - Telephone 01787 326740.