Offers in Excess of £340,000
A beautifully presented, easy to maintain, detached and spacious bungalow with a delightfully sunny garden
A beautifully presented, easy to maintain, detached and spacious bungalow (approximately 1,130 sq. ft.) with a delightfully sunny garden, occupying a very peaceful cul-de-sac setting with no through traffic at the residential heart of the popular and friendly Suffolk village of Leavenheath, with award-winning village hall, children's play-park, cricket ground, ancient community woodlands and The Hare & Hounds - a traditional free-house country pub.
The bungalow is a traditionally built, detached property constructed in brick under a tiled roof. The property is immaculately presented throughout resulting in a bright, warm living environment which flows superbly well and connects perfectly with the safe and secure outside space. New Bosch/Worcester boiler fitted in 2018. All windows are uPVC double-glazed units.
Bright and welcoming fed with light from the window to the front aspect and from the decorative glass and uPVC front door. T-shaped with oak-veneer flooring. Airing cupboard. Boiler cupboard. Hatch to loft. Doors to:
A wonderfully warm and bright room with a bay window to the front aspect, two radiators and a gas fireplace set in a decorative surround.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM
Bright, spacious and contemporary with tile-effect flooring, down-lighters and an extensive range of base and eye-level oak units under fitted roll top work-surfaces with tiled splash-backs and with a stainless steel 1½ bowl sink drainer with mixer tap below a large window overlooking the rear garden. Built-in Bosch appliances including a double oven, microwave, 4-ring gas hob and stainless steel extractor cooker hood above with integrated lighting. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, space for an American fridge-freezer. Radiator. A glazed door opens out on to the delightful rear garden.
A spacious master bedroom with a large window to the rear aspect with outlook over the pretty gardens, a range of fitted wardrobes and drawers, radiator and a very spacious and comfortable ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM with shower cubicle, 'sunflower' shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Obscured glass window to side aspect.
A spacious double bedroom with a large bay window to the front aspect. Fitted wardrobes. Radiator.
Fitted with a white suite comprising of a panelled bath with mains power shower over, wash hand basin over vanity unit and low-level WC. Fully tiled floor and walls. Heated towel rail. Obscured glass window to rear aspect.
BEDROOM THREE / DINING ROOM
A bright and spacious room with oak-veneer flooring. Radiator. Sliding doors to the CONSERVATORY.
A strikingly good looking sun/garden room. The full-panel, single glazed uPVC construction offers a panoramic outlook over the pretty rear garden. Double doors open at one side onto a paved terrace.
The delightful, secure, easy-to-maintain rear garden is a particularly strong feature - fully enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. Wonderfully peaceful - hearing is believing. Outside tap. Outside lighting. There is also a paved patio and a timber gate leading to the front of the property. To the front of the property is a lawned garden area which has an attractive selection of shrubs and flowerbeds, there is a driveway providing off-road parking leading to the detached double garage/workshop.
Two up and over doors with power and light connected. A brilliant space for freezers and eaves storage. A partly glazed personnel door opens onto the rear garden.
We are advised that mains gas, water, electricity, drainage and telephone are connected. Sky satellite dish.
Babergh District Council - Band D
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Leavenheath (originally Leowines Heath) is a civil parish made up of three small hamlets. The village is situated to the north of the Essex/Suffolk border, midway between the market towns of Sudbury and Colchester. It is adjacent to the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is in easy reach of Constable Country. The busy village hall serves as a hub for many community activities each week including a digital cinema, W.I., badminton, pilates/yoga, aerobics, table tennis, carpet bowls, karate, children's dance class, baby & toddler, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and 'Ladybirds' Pre-school.
Four wonderful Suffolk County Council supported 'Circular Walks' begin and all link from the village - Kingsland Walk, Wildlife Walk, Lanes & Lakes Walk and Orchard Walk and take in all the splendour of the immediate surrounding countryside, wildlife reserves, established orchards, ancient lanes and woodlands bursting with wild garlic and bluebells. The surrounding Stour Valley countryside is absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks and numerous country pursuits are literally on your doorstep.
The village of Assington (2 miles) features a super farm-shop and tea rooms. Stoke By Nayland Hotel Golf and Spa (2 miles) is home to a golf course with two 18 hole courses and offers discounts to residents of Leavenheath.
Sudbury (8 Miles) provides excellent recreational facilities with many clubs and associations, including rugby, football, cricket, tennis, bowls and rowing. There is a also a theatre and a modern swimming pool/leisure complex. The town's railway station provides a branch link to the main London and Colchester line, with fast services on to Liverpool Street and there are good bus and road connections to the surrounding area, towards the A12, M11 and Stansted Airport.
Two medical practices serve Leavenheath; Nayland Surgery and Boxford Surgery. The nearest accident and emergency facility is at the Colchester General Hospital situated at Mile End, approximately six miles south of Leavenheath.
There is a regular bus service throughout every week day, passing through the village connecting Colchester and Sudbury.