This Grade II listed three bedroom period town house is situated within the historic medieval grid in Bury St Edmunds.
The property, in Westgate Street, is understood to date back to the time of the fifth and final Hanoverian king, King William IV in 1836.
The accommodation comprises a sitting room, inner lobby, cloakroom, kitchen/dining room, converted cellar.
On the first floor is a landing, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
On the top floor a master bedroom.
Outside is a small courtyard.
The home also benefits from gas central heating and period charm.
The sitting room has a closed red brick fireplace, with large pamment hearth besides which is a useful recess.
There is a double radiator, open plan stairs to the first floor and a door way through to the inner lobby.
The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a cream shaker style range of base and wall units comprising cupboards, providing space for dryer and washing machine.
The gas range style cooker has four hobs and hot plate, with two ovens, warming oven and plate warmer, granite surround and is neatly positioned in the recess of the former fireplace.
An oak work surface boasts a one and a half bowl ceramic sink with centre mixer tap and drainer, full height unit providing space for upright fridge freezer, matching wall cupboards and drawers.
Meanwhile, the oak topped breakfast bar area has wine shelves and spice drawers beneath and there is a further bench style seating area with shelved alcove.
The guide price is £215,000.
For further details contact Robinson’s Portfolio on (01284) 769694.