Having undergone a recent extension and refurbishment, this oustanding family home in the village of Great Barton offers a substantial amount of accommodation.
Set in a plot of around half an acre (subject to survey), the detached property occupies a stunning setting overlooking open countryside.
Originally built in the 1950s of traditional brick construction, the property has been extensively remodelled and sympathetically extended for the current owners to provide beautifully arranged living space.
The entrance door opens into a spacious reception hall with polished oak flooring and an original staircase.
There are doors to a study, cloakroom and family room, which enjoys fine views to the front.
The double aspect sitting room is a delightful reception room with polished wooden flooring and a fireplace.
Double doors open into the dining room, with windows to the rear and a glazed door to the side.
Also adjoining the sitting room, the sun/garden room has French doors leading to the gardens.
The L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room has been tastefully refitted with a quality range of units providing drawer and cupboard space beneath polished granite work surfaces.
Built in appliances include an oven, hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer.
A separate utility room has a second cloakroom, and doors to the garden and garaging.
On the first floor, the landing has a snug area and access to the bedrooms and bathroom.
The master bedroom has built in wardrobe cupboards and a picture window affording countryside views. The luxurious ensuite bathroom has a separate shower enclosure.
There are four further generous bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom an d another with ensuite shower room.
Three out of the four bedrooms also have built in double wardrobes.
The first floor accommodation is completed with a spacious family bathroom.
Outside, a sweeping driveway leads to the front of the property and provides extensive vehicle parking, turning space and access to the adjoining garage.
The gardens are a fabulous feature of the property and surround the house, affording a good degree of privacy.
The grounds are mostly lawned and interspersed with a variety of mature trees, shrubs and well stocked flower beds.
These are complemented by a sheltered terrace area and countryside views. There is also an area of fruit trees and a vegetable patch.
The agent is Sheridans, Bury St Edmunds 01284 700018. Guide price £725,000.