Do not be deceived by the deceptively ordinary frontage of this Victorian terraced house in the heart of Bury St Edmunds.
The interior has been imaginatively and tastefully finished to create a two-bedroomed home of style and character.
It has many period features which include wood floors, sash windows and open fireplaces.
The 13ft 5in by 12ft 1’in sitting room, with a sash window onto Garland Street, has a door leading to the cellar and an archway to the 13ft by 8ft 10in dining room.
That has a red brick feature wall and living flame gas fire. A part glazed door leads into a modern galley kitchen with built in hob, oven and display cabinets .
On the first floor are two double bedrooms benefiting from built-in storage.
The rear garden is a private and secluded courtyard predominately paved, with brick boundaries.
The house is in a sought after central location with easy access to amenities including the bus and train stations. It is a short walk from the Abbey Gardens, St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Theatre Royal.