For sale for the first time in nearly 150 years: 17th century grade II listed seven bedroom home in the centre of Bury St Edmunds

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A 17th century grade II listed seven bedroom home in the heart of Bury St Edmunds has been put up for sale for the first time in 142 years.

Horndon House in Garland Street, which also features late 19th century extensions, has been occupied by the Hinnell and Bird families for nearly a century and a half.

Downstairs there are three reception rooms with feature fireplaces marble surrounds, two with exposed floorboards and sash windows.

The dining room has a large fireplace while there are also two kitchens, a pantry cupboard, cloakroom, and a utility room with Butler sink and pamment flooring.

On the first floor both bedroom one to four feature iron fireplaces, exposed floorboards, and sash windows.

There is also a first floor kitchen, two family bathrooms and a cloakroom.

The second floor has another three bedrooms.

A ground floor cellar has a brick floor and wine stoor.

An annexe offers a further four rooms, bathroom and kitchen.

There is a cart lodge, stables and tack room, brick shed, and garage.

Horndon House in Garland Street, Bury St Edmunds, is on the market for £775,000.

The agents for the property are Lacy Scott & Knight in Risbygate Street, Bury, and Market Place, Stowmarket.

To arrange a viewing telephone their Bury office on 01284 748600 or their Stowmarket office on 01449 612384.

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