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Spacious and stylish Bury St Edmunds family home

The White House has been extensively remodelled and extended to provide a spacious family home.

Believed to date from around the 1950s, it enjoys an attractive partly-walled setting within grounds of about 0.25 of an acre and is very well presented.

The ground floor consists of entrance hall, cloakroom, playroom, office, side hall, bedroom/study and utility.

The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of light wood effect panelled wall and floor cupboards with inset stainless steel sink and granite effect worktop surrounds, glass and stainless steel canopy cooker hood, integrated Bosch dishwasher and feature coal effect gas fire.

There is an open plan sitting room and dining area featuring original wood panelling and a multi fuel burner set in an impressive brick fireplace surround.

The master bedroom is located on the first floor and has built-in double wardrobes with sliding doors and an en suite shower room.

There are three further bedrooms, all with built-in or fitted wardrobes, a bathroom and a separate cloakroom.

The property stands set behind a walled frontage with offset vehicular opening and double wooden gates leading to extensive gravelled parking forecourt with raised stone circular central feature.

There is a detached single garage with light, power and water connected, twin coal and log stores, car port and covered log store.

A wrought iron side gate provides access to a pleasant, fully-enclosed back garden with raised paved terrace and steps down to the lawn where there are ornamental borders and fruit trees, a greenhouse and trampoline.

Located in Sicklesmere Road, Bury St Edmunds, The White House has a guide price of £625,000. To arrange a viewing, call Hall & Sworders on 01284 753049.


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