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3 Governors Mews
3 Governors Mews

Set behind an impressive gated approach off Sicklesmere Road, Bury St Edmunds, 3 Governors Mews is one of five homes in an exclusive development of Tudor-style detached town houses.

The five-bedroom property was built around 2001 by Bloor Homes with interesting external features, including an upper timbered jettied gable with herringbone-patterned brickwork.

It is on the market with Hall & Sworders at £599,950.

The agents say the house is finished to a high standard and specification, boasting an impressive inglenook-style brick fireplace with wood burning effect gas fire, oak internal doors and leaded pane sealed unit double glazed windows in wooden surrounds.

The ground floor comprises a reception hall, cloakroom, study, sitting room, dining room and kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining utility.

The dining room is linked by double doors to the sitting room where there are French doors to the garden.

The kitchen is equipped with a comprehensive range of Shaker-style wall and floor cupboards with beech block effect worktops.

There is a built-in Siemens double oven and gas hob, with canopy hood over, plus integrated Siemens fridge and dishwasher. There is a side door to the garden.

The utility room also has Shaker-style wall and floor cupboards with integrated fridge-freezer. There is plumbing for a washing machine.

Stairs from the reception hall lead to a galleried first floor landing from which all five bedrooms are accessed.

Bedroom one has an en suite bathroom featuring a corner bath with shower over, plus a washbasin and WC.

In addition to an en suite which includes a bath and separate shower, bedroom two has fitted wardrobes.

Also on the first floor is a family shower room.

Outside, there is a small front shrubbery and a block paved driveway providing parking spaces and leading to an integral double garage with electric up-and-over door.

The rear garden, which is approximately 46ft wide and 33ft deep is designed for ease of maintenance with paved and shingled terrace, well stocked borders., ornamental trees and shrubs together with a water feature. The garden is enclosed by brick wall and fencing.

Communal areas in Governors Mews are tended by a gardener employed by a management company, for which there is a monthly charge.

For further details or to book a viewing appointment, contact Hall & Sworders on 01284 753049 or visit www.hallandsworders.co.uk


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