£615,000

Newton House, Newton Road, C010

  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    4
  • Bathroom

    bathrooms
    3

General information

General information Spacious individual Victorian house on the outskirts of Sudbury in elevated location.

This attractive Victorian house has many original period features and has been well maintained and offers excellent family accommodation.

Newton House is situated on the outskirts of Sudbury approached over a long sweeping drive with electric gates leading to parking area both in front and to the rear of the house. The property has an attractive garden which surrounds the property with a sheltered paved terrace overlooked by the self contained studio building.

Newton House is an archetypal detached Victorian residence constructed of mellow Suffolk gault bricks with large sliding sash windows under a pitched and hipped slate roof. In recent years the conservatory has been added but the house has many period features including good quality pine joinery throughout, attractive woodblock flooring to the main reception rooms which are all naturally well lit, and laid out in a really flexible layout to provide accommodation for todays requirements.

The kitchen is a particular feature of the property with four oven gas fired Aga, an excellent range of fitted units, walk in fridge and ceramic tiled floor. The kitchen links through to the breakfast area and there is a door through to the main part of the house with the large dining room.

The two main reception rooms are approached from the hallway one of which links via double doors to the dining room giving scope for a modern open plan layout.

The property has a good dry cellar and ground floor cloakroom.

Easy rising straight stairs lead to the first floor where there is a good sized landing. There are four bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a shower room.

The back door leads from the kitchen to an attractive paved terrace area overlooked by the large timber studio building which has been used as a home office but could easily be adapted as a small self contained annexe.

Reception hall 21' 2" x 6' (6.45m x 1.83m)

Cloakroom

Cellar 11' 8" x 11' 10" (3.56m x 3.61m)

Drawing room 18' 8" x 17' (5.69m x 5.18m)

Utility room 12' 3" x 4' 4" (3.73m x 1.32m)

Conservatory 16' 1" x 12' 5" (4.9m x 3.78m)

Dining room 16' x 13' 5" (4.88m x 4.09m)

Sitting room 17' 10" x 12' (5.44m x 3.66m)

Kitchen 25' 10" x 11' 8" (7.87m x 3.56m)

Breakfast room 16' 9" x 8' 3" (5.11m x 2.51m)

Bedroom one 19' 2" x 17' 1" (5.84m x 5.21m)

Bedroom two 18' 1" x 12' (5.51m x 3.66m)

Bedroom three 16' 1" x 13' 5" (4.9m x 4.09m)

Bedroom four 13' 6" x 8' 3" (4.11m x 2.51m)

Shower room

Studio 16' 1" x 9' 8" (4.9m x 2.95m)

1ST ROOM 8' 7" x 8' (2.62m x 2.44m)

2ND ROOM 8' 7" x 8' (2.62m x 2.44m)

The outside The property is set well back from and above Newton Road approached through double gates which lead to a sweeping gravel drive which terminates with a large parking area along side the attractive entrance porch to the property. There is a side driveway to the extensive rear parking area between the house and self contained studio.

The drive is flanked by lawned areas with an interesting selection of shrubs, spring bulbs, etc, and the northern boundary is enclosed by an attractive brick wall clad with wisteria and shrubs to provide year round colour and interest.

From the kitchen door to the house there is a path and steps out to the sheltered terrace area which is surrounded by more formal flower beds and studio.

The rear garden is again laid principally to lawn with a selection of rose beds, etc.

The garden slopes down to an area where there are three garden sheds.

The property sits up above Newton Road with a screen of trees and shrubs including mature beech tree, conifers etc.

Studio/Office

Main building

16' 1" x 9' 8" (4.9m x 2.95m)

1st room

8' 7" x 8' (2.62m x 2.44m)

2nd room

8' 7" x 8' (2.62m x 2.44m)

Where? Sudbury is a thriving Essex/Suffolk border market town with a strong sense of community, twice weekly market, branch line railway station connecting to the main line at Marks Tey and the town has a wealth of organisations and societies, sports clubs, etc.

The town has easy access to Colchester, 14 miles to the south, Bury St Edmunds, 14 miles to the north, and access to Ipswich, about 20 miles.

The branch line train station links to the main line at Marks Tey giving a journey time to London Liverpool Street of about 1 hour 20 minutes.

Important information We understand that mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property. Fitted water softener and filtered drinking water.

Council tax band - F

EPC rating - F 

Tenure - Freehold

Method of sale - private treaty

Property summary

Signature: Exceptional, spacious Victorian house on outskirts of town, in attractive gardens. Beautifully maintained throughout with excellent family accommodation, 3 receptions, Aga kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloaks and cellar, 4 beds, 2 baths & shower room. Large studio/office in garden.

Features

  • Spacious individual detached house
  • Excellent naturally well lit reception rooms
  • Garden with mature trees and shrubs
  • Self contained studio annexe
  • Elevated setting with sweeping gravel drive and extensive parking areas

Floor plan

Map

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