A magnificent 4 BEDROOM Grade II Listed period property standing proudly on Needham Market's sought after High Street boasting superbly presented characterful accommodation along with a delightful south facing enclosed walled garden.
Description A magnificent four-bedroom Grade II Listed period property standing proudly on Needham Market's sought-after High Street. The property is believed to date back from as early as the 14th Century with the later addition of the Meeting Room with its stunning vaulted ceiling in the 17th Century.
The spacious and versatile accommodation comprises: entrance hall, sitting room, snug/dining room, cellar, kitchen, inner-lobby, utility room/cloakroom, meeting room, first floor landing, three bedrooms, shower room and second floor master bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
The property is beautifully presented throughout and offers a wealth of character and historical features to include exposed timbers, stunning Gothic shaped windows to the meeting room, some original flooring, sash windows, feature open brick fireplaces, two magnificent vaulted ceilings and crown post which can be found in the second-floor master bedroom.
Further benefits include an attractive bespoke fitted kitchen with hand-made oak doors and fleur-de-lis handles, gas fired central heating, feature log burning stove to the meeting room and beautiful stain glass windows which can be found in the kitchen and meeting room.
Outside the property boasts an attractive south facing walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with patio and well-stocked flower and shrub borders.
AbouttheArea Needham Market is a desirable small town situated in the heart of Mid Suffolk between the towns of Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich. There are a range of everyday amenities and individual shops including butcher, baker, tea shops/cafes, public houses, take-away restaurants, a post office and a Co-op supermarket. There is also a library, community centre, dentist and a good local primary school. Alder Carr Farm offers fresh farm food for sale and a restaurant.
Needham Market also has good transport links with bus and train services into Stowmarket and Ipswich, where there are mainline services to London Liverpool Street Station. A range of events are held throughout the year, including street fairs and raft racing at Needham Lake which is a Conservation Area with a number of countryside walks.
The nearby towns of Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich provide further amenities, recreational and cultural facilities and a range of individual high street stores.
Theaccommodationcomprises: Solid front door with fan light above to:
EntranceHall Stairs to first floor, exposed timbers, tiled flooring, wall-light, roll-top traditional style radiators and doors to:
SittingRoomApproxApprox19'3 x 16'6 (5.8m x 5.0m) Window to front and rear elevation, two roll-top traditional style radiators, exposed timbers, feature brick open fireplace, built-in storage cupboard and original brick flooring.
Snug/DiningRoomApprox14'1 x 12'2 (4.3m x 3.6m) Glazed doors to garden, two roll-top traditional style radiators, wood boarded flooring, exposed timbers, feature brick fireplace with bressumer beam over, built-in storage cupboard, wall-light, opening to kitchen and door to:
Cellar Power and light.
KitchenApprox12' x 11'9 (3.6m x 3.6m) A fabulous bespoke fitted kitchen comprising one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, granite work surfaces with base cupboards and drawers under, matching eye-level units with under-unit lighting, glazed display unit with stained glass motifs, tiled splash backs, high-level wine rack with miniature Gothic shaped shelves, built-in dual fuel Range Master cooker and hob, extractor fan over, space for dishwasher, high-level cupboard housing the gas fired boiler, kick-board lighting, slate flooring, window to side elevation, stunning high-level stained-glass window with picture view of the house from the rear and opening to:
Inner-Lobby Part-glazed door to rear garden, brick flooring, radiator, wall-light, Gothic shape double doors to meeting room and door to:
UtilityRoom/CloakroomApprox6'9 x 5'9 (2.1m x 1.8m) Comprising butler sink unit, low-level flushing w.c, wooden work surfaces with space for washing machine and tumble dryer under, water softener, fitted shelving, tiled flooring and window to rear elevation.
MeetingRoomApprox30' x 16'1 (9.1m x 4.9m) A striking room originally thought to have been used as a meeting room in the 17th Century. Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, feature Gothic arch window to side elevation, two further side windows, French doors to rear garden, stunning elevated matching Gothic arch frame and stained-glass window depicting local landmarks, feature fireplace with inset log burning stove, four radiators and original stone tiled flooring.
FirstFloorLanding Exposed timbers, window to rear elevation, stairs to second floor bedroom, wall-light and doors to:
ShowerRoom Fitted with fully tiled walk-in shower, glass hand wash basin, tiled splash backs, low-level flushing w.c, radiator, window to rear elevation, tiled flooring and exposed timbers.
BedroomApprox15'1 x 7'9 (4.6m x 2.4m) Window to front elevation, radiator and exposed timbers.
BedroomApprox16'3 x 10' (4.9m x 3.0m) Two windows to front elevations, two radiators, exposed timbers, built-in wardrobes with storage above, original wood boarded flooring, built-in storage cupboard and fleur-de-lis ceiling moulding,
BedroomApprox13'1 x 9'8 (3.9m x 2.9m) Window to rear elevation, radiator, exposed timbers, original wood boarded flooring and built-in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with slatted shelving.
SecondFloorBedroomApprox20'8 x 16'9 (6.3m x 5.1m) Feature vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, feature crown post, two Velux windows, wall-light, spot-lights, eaves storage and doors to:
En-SuiteBathroom Comprising panel bath with shower over, low-level flushing w.c, pedestal hand wash basin, tiled splash backs, part-tiled walls, radiator, dado rail, exposed timbers and window to rear elevation.
Outside The property stands proudly on the High Street with a side pedestrian gate which leads into the rear garden.
The south facing walled rear garden is a charming feature of this period property. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub borders to include wisteria, fig and holly trees and delightful patio with feature yew tree. Also within the garden is an outside tap and outside courtesy lighting.
AgentsNoteOne We have been advised that the neighboring property does have a right of way through the property's garden.
AgentsNoteTwo Please be aware that the property has had furnishings removed since the time of photography and therefore the overall look will be somewhat different to what is shown on the brochure. For this reason, Town & Village Properties and its client must stress that a viewing is mandatory before a decision is made on what price and basis a prospective buyer is to proceed on.
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A wealth of character & historical features
Spacious & versatile family living
Beautifully presented throughout
Stunning 17th Century 'Meeting Room'
Exposed timbers, sash windows
Attractive bespoke fitted kitchen
Some original flooring
Feature open brick fireplaces
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Attractively designed south facing rear walled garden