Located in Bury St Edmunds’ sough after medieval grid, this substantial Grade II listed Georgian property offers a elegant accommodation over three floors.
The five bay townhouse also benefits from a large garden and off-road parking.
Completely renovated and improved by the sellers from 2001 to 2004, the property retains many original features including well proportioned room with generous ceiling heights, original fire surrounds, and panelled doors with locks.
The accommodation is particularly versatile and would suit dual occupancy or a growing family.
Currently the ground floor incorporates three bedroom suites, a study and a large reception hall with a wood burning stove. These bedrooms could easily be returned to reception rooms.
Also on the ground floor are a small fitted kitchen, a cloakroom and access to the cellar. This is presented in two areas, with a hobbies/laundry room, a good workshop and wine cellar with a useful storage room.
The majority of the living accommodation is on the first floor. There is a drawing room, a formal dining room, a stylish Aga kitchen/breakfast room and a modern-designed conservatory and sun lounge living room, with doors leading to an elevated tiled terrace.
On the second floor is a master bedroom with en suite shower room and two double bedrooms, which are served by a principal bathroom.
Outside, the rear gardens have been beautifully landscaped by the current owners and enjoy a good deal of privacy with largely south and westerly orientations.
Incorporated within the gardens are private seating areas and an attractive east-facing summerhouse, exposed brickwork, mature shrubs and specimen trees.
There is parking for four vehicles, access from St Andrew’s Street South.