This charming and well presented property, in Pump Lane, Bury St Edmunds, features a stylish fitted kitchen with integrated appliances.
It stands at the corner of Northgate Street and is most conveniently located just a short distance from the town centre with considerable advantage of an allocated car parking space and delightful courtyard garden at the rear.
The house is of mainly white washed elevations and forms part of a handsome and imposing Grade II listed building which was the subject of a sympathetic conversion scheme around 2001 to provide three quite unique town houses.
On the ground floor there is a split level hallway, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room/cloakroom.
The kitchen/dining room is equipped with a range of Shaker style units supplied by Andrew Bannister Kitchens with floor cupboards, drawers and chrome bar handles with beech block worktops and stainless steel sink.
There is also a built in Miele stainless steel oven and gas hob with canopy hood over, integrated dish washer and refrigerator and downlighting.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms, an ensuite bathroom and a shower room.
The house is served by gas fired radiator central heating.
The property is approached to the rear from Pump Lane with shingled rear courtyard also serving the neighbouring properties and providing the allocated parking space.
A pedestrian gate to a delghtful enclosed courtyard garden with a elevated paved terrace and timber pergola with steps down to a rear entrance door, stone water feature with lighting set within brick and flint wall fencing.
It is priced at £315,000 and viewing is by prior appointment only.
Contact Sworders, on Angel Hill, Bury, on 01284 753049.