Country privacy convenient for Bury st edmunds

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Meadowlands would be ideal for anyone who seeks rural privacy within a convenient distance of Bury St Edmunds.

The 1950s family home in Church Road, Bradfield St George, has no immediate neighbours yet is only five miles for Bury St Edmunds and the A14.

Agents Robinson’s Portfolio say of it: “The property has been skilfully and extensively improved and updated by the current owners.

“The works have culminated in a most appealing house with light, well planned accommodation with a high degree of 

The large reception rooms overlook pastureland and the formal gardens. Meadowlands has appealing and mature south facing 0.28 acre gardens which have been well maintained and are mainly enclosed by post and rail fencing.

There is also a detached out building currently used as a fully functioning 7.3m by 3.3m office with heating, power and telecommunication cabling. The outbuilding also has a 2.4m by 3.3m storeroom with afull height cupboard and doors to the front driveway

The 9.3m by 3.6m kitchen area of the kitchen/breakfast room has recently been fitted with a range of high quality modern units comprising cupboards and drawers, solid walnut work surfaces and a granite finished island unit in which the hob is placed.

There is an integrated fan-assisted double oven and a dishwasher, both by Neff, with adjacent bin storage. The centre island has cupboards and pan drawers beneath the five-burner gas hob with matching stainless steel Neff extractor hood and lights.

The floor is laid with large travertine tiles complimented by deep skirting.

The breakfast area has oak bi-fold doors which lead to the outside hardwood decking area, with glass balustrade and floor lighting. French windows to the rear lead to an Indian sandstone patio.

The ground floor also has large dining and sitting rooms whose focal point is the back-to-back log-burning stove they share. Both rooms feature oak mantelshelves and tiled hearths,

The ground floor is completed by a utility room with lots of storage, a stainless steel sink and space for a washing machine and tumble drier. The oil-fired boiler is in the utility room.

Upstairs, the 4.2m by 3.7m master bedroom has a double aspect, bamboo flooring, wardrobe recess and an ensuite shower room with a tiled double size shower enclosure.

The three other bedrooms, the smallest of which is a still roomy 3.3m by 2.5m, share a bathroom with a white shaped shower bath. One bedroom has oak laminate flooring while the other two have engineered oak floors and garden views.

The guide price is £445,000.

Contact Robinson’s Portfolio in Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds, on 01284 769694 or at