Nevills Lodge sits in a secluded half acre yet is only a few minutes walk from Bury St Edmunds town centre.
This exceptional modern individual detached bungalow was built in 1977 in Grindle Gardens, off Beech Rise, by a local builder originally as his own home.
It is of an interesting split level design with the living accommodation and bedrooms on slightly different levels.
The bungalow also has a lodge which has been skilfully converted from double garage to provide further accommodation either for a teenager or dependent relative.
The 20ft 6in by 9ft 6in sitting room has an Adams-style fireplace with coal effect gas fire, flanked by storage cupboards with mirror backed display units. Patio doors open into the 17ft 9in by 12ft 2in conservatory.
There is a separate dining room adjoining the 12ft by 9ft 7in kitchen fitted with mahogany-style doors and incorporating one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit.
All four bedrooms have solid oak floors and the 14ft by 12ft 3in master bedroom has an en suite bathroom. The smallest bedroom is 12ft 5in by 9ft.