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Guide Price £435,000

Sold STC

Bullards Lane, Woodbridge, IP12 4HD

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  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    3

GENERAL INFORMATION The property has a wealth of charm and character and the accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with a door leading to the sitting room which enjoys an original Victorian fireplace. Off the hallway are the stairs to the first floor and to the rear of the property is the dining room which has a storage cupboard and a further cupboard housing the combi-boiler. There is a step leading down to the galley kitchen. This has been fitted with a range of matching units with Beech worktops over and a belfast sink. There is space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher and a new integrated gas oven which has recently been installed, a grill and hob. There is a breakfast bar and a door leading to the rear garden.

On the first floor there is a landing. Bedroom one is situated to the front of the property. The family bathroom has been fitted with a panelled bath, vanity unit, wc and a heated towel rail. There are two further bedrooms, with bedroom three being accessed via bedroom two, however we feel there is potential to put a corridor in.

The property has gas central heating, replacement double glazing and the roofing felt has been replaced. This property offers fantastic potential for extending, subject to planning.

Entrance hall

Sitting room 11' 10" x 10' 3" (3.61m x 3.12m)

Dining room 11' 11" x 10' 5" (3.63m x 3.18m)

Kitchen 17' 5" x 6' 3" (5.31m x 1.91m)

Landing

Bedroom one 11' 11" x 10' 4" (3.63m x 3.15m)

Bathroom 7' 9" x 7' 4" (2.36m x 2.24m)

Bedroom two 12' 1" x 7' 6" (3.68m x 2.29m)

Bedroom three 9' 11" x 6' 6" (3.02m x 1.98m)

The outside The Garden

In the Victorian era both gardens were part of a massive market garden, the remains of the Victorian potting shed and pig trough are still to be found in the bottom garden.

Stepping through the back gate, one is transported to a semi woodland garden. A large slated area provides a private and secluded corner idea for alfresco dining. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with a variety of evergreen and deciduous shrubs and trees including an ancient cooking apple tree and a hazelnut tree which help to form a natural screen from neighbouring properties on both sides and also serve to attract many species of bird including Europe's smallest bird, the Goldcrest. The mixed hedgerow boundary belongs to the property and is a popular nesting site for sparrows, dunnocks and blackbirds in the spring and summer months. Through a honeysuckle clad arch, a secret footpath through the trees leads to a small wildlife pond abundant in frogs and newts and which dragonflies can be seen emerging throughout summer. The top garden also contains a log cabin which will remain. A large buddleia bush draws bees and a huge variety of moths and butterflies to the garden which in turn attract bats in the evening.

Through a slate path into the bottom garden, this piece of land was acquired in 2003. This was an opportunity to have our own slice of "The Good Life"! The chicken run has changed in size over the years, at one point it housed 13 hens, now smaller we currently keep 6 hens. The coop and chicken run will remain in situ (hens not included) ready for the next Tom and Barbara Good!!! There is nothing better than collecting your own eggs each morning for breakfast and the range of vegetables grown in the numerous vegetable beds not only feed us but provide a welcome addition to the hen's diets. The rhubarb bed continues to provide more rhubarb each year. There are also raspberry canes, a strawberry bed and a herb bed which is planted with a range of medicinal and culinary herbs. There is a also a greenhouse, again this will remain. The focal point of this garden though has to be the very large horse chestnut tree. One of the beds this year has been planted with native wildflowers to help support the bee and insect population.

This is a garden planted with privacy and supporting of wildlife as its priority. Due to the planting the garden is totally hidden from view of neighbouring properties and supports a vast array of wildlife including bats, hedgehogs, squirrels and deer.

Location Woodbridge is a market town of great character located on the west bank of the River Deben, a stretch of tidal water much enjoyed by those who sail and row. The town has well regarded schools for students of all ages, a library, a variety of restaurants, medical facilities, two hotels as well as a swimming pool and cinema. The railway station has links to Ipswich, Suffolk's county town with frequent services to London Liverpool Street.

Important information Council Tax Band - C

Services - We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.

Tenure - Freehold

EPC rating - D

Features

  • Walking distance to the town centre
  • Close to Farlingaye High School
  • Off road parking
  • Extensive rear garden
  • Two reception rooms
  • Three bedrooms
  • Original Victorian fireplace
  • Potential to extend (stp)

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