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Two bedroom apartment in Bury St Edmunds has plenty of space




Cobb Close, Bury St Edmunds ANL-150602-154318001
Cobb Close, Bury St Edmunds ANL-150602-154318001

This attractively presented ground floor apartment is on the edge of the St James Park area of Moreton Hall, in Bury St Edmunds.

It is a great deal larger than you might expect and has a neutral colour scheme adding to the feeling of light and space.

Cobb Close, Bury St Edmunds ANL-150602-154328001
Cobb Close, Bury St Edmunds ANL-150602-154328001

The property, in Cobb Close, benefits from gas fired central heating, UPVC sealed unit glazing and a security entry phone system.

The reception hall of the apartment is very spacious with ample space for a desk or study area.

The kitchen, dining area and sitting room are of a modern open plan layout and together provide a lovely space for relaxing and entertaining.

Both bedrooms are large doubles and are located opposite the spacious bathroom.

The property is set in communal gardens and at the front they have been attractively landscaped with a variety of shrubs.

The communal gardens at the back are of a good size and are laid to lawn.

The apartment has an open fronted cart lodge with additional parking to the front and a further allocated parking space.

The estate agents understand that the property has a 999 year lease running from 2005.

The current maintenance charge has been set at £901.31.

The immediate area is extremely well served with a range of amenities including primary school, church, public house, coffee shop, post office, doctor surgery, community centre and Tesco Express store.

The town centre can be easily reached by car, foot or numerous cycle-ways.

The A14 is also easy to access and provides a fast route to Ipswich, Cambridge and London via the M11.

The guide price is £187,500. For more details contact Mortimer and Gausden on 01284 755526.



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