Offers In Region Of £410,000

Drybridge Hill, Woodbridge, IP12 4HB

  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    3
  • Bathroom

    bathrooms
    1

General information

Where?

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, while for the less energetic there are appealing walks along the river bank. The town has well regarded schools for students of all ages, medical facilities, a library, a variety of restaurants, two hotels, as well as a swimming pool and cinema. The railway station is close to the River Deben and has links running through to Ipswich, Suffolk's county town, some eight miles to the south west from where frequent services run through to London, Liverpool Street station.

There are good opportunities to play sport in the surrounding district and the picturesque Suffolk countryside provides many attractive walks and rides. The coast at Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and further north at Southwold is easily accessible and the proximity of the Snape Maltings Concert Hall is a further attraction of the district.

The property

The property is located towards the end of Drybridge Hill, nearest to Seckford Street, with the walk to the Market Hill passing the Seckford Almshouses and Fen Meadow.

The house is thought to date from around the 1930s and has proportions and internal features in keeping with the era. The front of the property is enhanced by the double height bay window and the internal rooms featuring tiled and other fireplaces. Alongside this, modernisation has taken place with a well fitted Kitchen and Bathroom and the front windows have been replaced with small paned sealed double glazed units.

An area in front of the house has been surfaced in brick paviors to provide parking for two cars and another addition to the property has been the erection of a workroom/studio room within the back garden which is insulated, heated and currently has sky and telephone connections. The building, which is lined internally in pine, makes an ideal home office.

The garden has been thoughtfully landscaped with established shrubs and trees creating an attractive setting.

The accommodation briefly comprises two separate reception rooms, one with direct access to the rear garden, a kitchen and a cloakroom on the ground floor, while the three first floor bedrooms are served by an attractively fitted bathroom.

Entrance hall

Sitting room 13' 5" max x 13' 0" max (4.09m x 3.96m)

Dining room 11' 6" x 11' 6" max (3.51m x 3.51m)

Kitchen 10' 4" max x 10' 1" max (3.15m x 3.07m)

Cloakroom

Bedroom one 13' 7" x 11' 7" max (4.14m x 3.53m)

Bedroom two 11' 6" x 11' 6" max (3.51m x 3.51m)

Bedroom three 8' 0" x 7' 1" (2.44m x 2.16m)

Bathroom

The outside

The front of the house is enclosed in part by a brick and flint wall with a vehicular entrance to one side and a path to the front door on the other. The path bisects two beds, one with a sumach tree, fatsia and other shrubs with roses close to the front door. A gravelled bed is alongside the border which is bounded by a red brick wall. There is a concrete fuel bunker close to the side gate which opens on to the path beside the house which widens out to an area with brick paving.

The garden behind the house includes a paved terrace spanning the width of the property, a small lawn beyond with shaped flower and shrub beds, a curving brick path, a paved path set within shingle with a raised bed to one side. This includes a pear tree, climbers, bluebells and daffodils. There is a seating area with paving interspersed with gravel backed by a bed with herbs including rosemary and a lilac. There is a further bed between the timber and felt roof garden store/workshop and the garden room/home office which is lined with pine and has heating from panel and storage heaters, sealed double glazed casement windows and similarly glazed double doors across one corner. The building which is insulated also has telephone, internet and satellite TV connections.

There is a brick paved area at the front of the house on which two cars can be parked.

Important information

We understand that mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Heating and hot water from the Worcester 28CDi gas boiler located in the cupboard on the landing. Telephone point. Aerial connection. Tenure - Freehold.

Council tax band C.EPC rating E.

Property summary

An appealing three bedroom semi-detached house with an established garden, parking for two cars and a heated and insulated work room within the garden.

Features

  • Established garden
  • Parking for two cars
  • Work room
  • Close to Market Hill
  • Close to shops
  • Farlingaye catchment

Floor plan

Map

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01394 333346
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