Modern village home
Walnut Tree House is a fabulous modern property, built in early 2000 completed to an exceptional standard throughout.
The high standard of fittings includes oak doors and flooring and double glazed sash windows.
The property at Polstead Heath presents rendered elevations on a raised red brick plinth with a peg tile roof with attractive gables two at the front and three at the rear.
Of particular note is the impressive kitchen-breakfast room with tiled flooring and a range of good quality wall and base units.
There is an integrated Neff dishwasher, Gaggenau cooking appliances and space for an American style fridge-freezer.
From here access is given to the utility room and double doors lead into the hall and sitting room with gas effect fire with marble surround and granite hearth.
The ground floor also has a cloakroom, play room and study.
A fine galleried landing gives access to a master bedroom with en suite shower room, a a second bedroom with en suite shower room, three more large bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
The smallest bedroom is the smallest of which is 12ft 8in by 11ft,.
Walnut Tree House is approached over a gravel driveway leading to a double cart lodge with brick base and oak frame beneath a pitched tiled roof with light and power connected.
Access to the garden is via both sides of the property leading to rear garden which the agents Lacy Scott and Knight say is a wonderful feature of the property.
The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and enjoy a south west aspect and are interspersed by a range of plants, shrubs, flowers and mature trees.
The garden has an established border on both sides and an area of walled garden with fencing to the rear.
There is also a useful timber framed store.
The gardens and grounds are about 0.6 of an acre.
Walnut Tree House is situated to the south of Polstead Heath on the outskirts of the village of Polstead.
Polstead is on the Suffolk-Essex borders, on the north side of the Stour Valley, surrounded by gently sloping countryside.
The nearby market towns of Hadleigh, which is five miles, and Sudbury , about nine miles distant, provide a range of recreational, educational and shopping facilities.
The village itself benefits from a village shop and a public house.
There is good access to Colchester, which is about nine miles away, from where there is direct access to London Liverpool Street station.
Guide price £750,000
Agents: Lacy Scott & Knight, Bury St Edmunds, 01284 748600