The Rosings is a large, modern family home in a non-estate position that backs onto fields.
Yet its location in Rattlesden Road, Drinkstone, means it has easy access to the A14 and to Stowmarket with its station for trains to Cambridge and London.
The heart of the house is its 7.65m by 5.72m kitchen-breakfast room with granite work surfaced units and an island with a half halogen and half induction hob with hood over.
It also has an eye-level Genius double oven and steamer with a microwave above it, travertine tiled floor with electric under-floor heating and plumbing for an American style fridge, which is available by separate negotiation.
There is also a separate 3.99m by 3.63m dining room with a glazed door to garden and views over the garden to countryside beyond.
The dining room has double doors to the 6.40m by 3.61m sitting room which has an outstanding feature fireplace with a bressummer beam over it and exposed red brick surround with a tiled hearth and down lights and concealed lighting to side.
A 3.78m by 3.63m family room is currently used as a gym and has a polished porcelain tiled floor.
There is also a 2.54m by 2.44m study on this floor.
On the first floor, the 6.25m by 3.63m master bedroom has four double-mirror fronted wardrobes, a solid wood floor and an en suite bathroom with travertine tiled floor, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
Bedroom two is 4.27m by 3.63m with windows to the side and rear aspects giving views over garden and countryside beyond. It also has an en suite shower room with double shower cubicle, WC, wash basin and travertine tiled walls.
The smallest of remaining three bedrooms is still 3.53m by 2.69m and all have fitted wardrobes and wooden floors.
The family bathroom has a panelled bath with a mixer shower over and a separate shower cubicle. It has a travertine floor and wall tiles and what the agents Haart call a ‘funky radiator’.
The house is approached on a sweeping driveway giving access and an area of car parking to the double garage with twin up-and-over doors, a window to side aspect, eaves storage space and light and power connected,
To the side is a cupboard housing the boiler and water softener.
The front garden is laid to lawn with established trees and borders.
The rear garden is laid predominantly to lawn with established trees, an orchard area with plum and apple trees and countryside beyond. There are two gates to the front.
Guide prices: £617,500
Haart, Bury St Edmunds, 01284 767121