Modern village home

The Pippins, Wetherden
The Pippins, Wetherden
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The Pippins is a handsome farmhouse-style home of about 2000 sq ft.

Though it offers a fine village location in Wetherden, it is only about 4.5 miles from Stowmarket with its train service to London Liverpool Street.

The Pippins, Wetherden

The Pippins, Wetherden

Built in 1998 and owned since new by the vendors, The Pippins offers spacious, well proportioned accommodation, making it an excellent family home, say the agents Mortimer and Gausden.

It is presented in good decorative order throughout, the house has individual character and boasts many fine characteristics such as an inglenook fire place, feature beams, large reception hall and impressive galleried landing.

It has a traditional layout with the ground floor providing a 5.08m by 4.29m sitting room, 3.71m by 3.51m dining room and 3.48m by 2.77m study.

The kitchen-breakfast room is 4.80m x 3.48m with wooden cabinets and a tiled floor.

The Pippins, Wetherden

The Pippins, Wetherden

The ground floor rooms also include a utility room and toilet.

On the first floor there are four generous bedrooms

The 3.94m by 3.48m master bedroom has an en suite bathroom.

The other bedrooms range from 3.48m square to 5.08m by 4.29m and are served by a family bathroom on the same floor.

With approaching 2000 sq ft of accommodation, this home offers plenty of space for large family celebrations and the flexibility to be able to have privacy when needed.

The gardens are an attractive feature of this property and overall extend to about a fifth of an acre.

Having been beautifully landscaped and maintained, there are many private well-screened areas, a good sized lawn and large patios for alfresco eating.

A driveway to the rear of the property offers generous off road parking and the detached 5.87m by 5.87m double garage has a pitched roof, providing sizeable loft storage.

The garage also has power and light connected.

Wetherden has a strong community feel andamenities that include a local pre-school, church, community centre and public house.

Open countryside is never far away but there is easy access to the A14 for Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and the Midlands.

Guide price £495,000

Agents: Mortimer & Gausden, Bury St Edmunds, 01284 755526