Orford House is a distinctive period-style town house built in 2000 in the heart of Bury St Edmunds.
It is in Corsbie Close, which is sometimes know by its original marketing name Cathedral Meadows.
The current owner bought it new and added a conservatory to enlarge the ground floor.
You enter through a stone portico into an entrance hall with cloakroom.
There is a 6.4m by 5.2m sitting room with a stone fireplace and gas fired woodburner-style stove and double doors leading to an impressive 5m by 3m conservatory with underfloor heating and sliding doors to the rear garden.
The well appointed 5m by 3m kitchen/breakfast room has a recently re-fitted kitchen with integrated appliances including stainless steel oven and microwave, four-ring gas hob with stainless steel chimney extractor, ceramic sink and space for both a dishwasher and fridge-freezer.
On the first floor there is a guest bedroom with en-suite bath/shower room, two more bedrooms and a family bathroom.
On the second floor there is a large family room another bedroom and a bathroom.