Asking price £245,000
A superbly presented semi-detached family home occupying a peaceful off-road setting at the residential heart of Great Cornard.
- Semi Detached
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A superbly presented semi-detached family home occupying a peaceful off-road setting at the residential heart of Great Cornard, a close walk from convenience shops, primary school, playing fields and the country park. The property is situated within the popular Hedgerows development, which has a green and a play area at its centre. Residents also benefit from on-street parking and the fact that properties here are larger and more spaced out than on new build developments.
The house is a traditionally built semi detached property constructed in brick under a tiled roof. The property is immaculately presented throughout resulting in an airy, light and modern living environment. Hive Active Heating is installed and all windows are uPVC double-glazed units.
UPVC panelled and glazed front door. Tiled floor. Radiator. Partly-glazed door to the reception room and stairs rising to the first floor.
A superb, bright family space extending to almost 24' in length and fed with light and warmth from the conservatory. Double-glazed bay window to front aspect, inset gas fire with attractive surround, dado rail, under-stairs storage cupboard, radiators, wood-effect flooring, door to kitchen and archway through to the conservatory.
An excellent addition to the property with obscure/privacy glass to one side. Tiled floor, radiator and double-glazed French doors leading out to the pretty rear garden.
Modern and bright. Fitted with a range of base and eye-level units, roll-edge wood-effect work surfaces, Travertine tiled splash backs, inset 1½ bowl white sink with stainless steel mixer tap, wall mounted gas boiler, 4-ring gas hob with double oven below, cooker hood with extractor and light, plumbing and space for a dishwasher, radiator, tile-effect flooring, double-glazed window and door to rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Double-glazed window to side aspect, door leading to:
Radiator, double-glazed window to rear aspect.
Radiator, double-glazed window to front aspect. This room is currently open plan through to bedroom three.
Storage cupboard, double-glazed window to front aspect.
Comprising panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin with vanity unit, low-level WC, heated towel rail, partially tiled walls, double-glazed window to rear aspect.
The front garden has been shingled with a large circular flower bed and small circular design feature step to front entrance door. The rear of the property is approached via a block paved driveway providing off-road parking, which in turn leads to a single garage with up and over door.
A side gate leads to the delightful L-shaped rear garden with low maintenance block paving and beds suitable for planting. There is a further area to the rear of the garage with timber decking, outside power and an insulated timber garden shed with power and lighting.
Up and over door, eves storage, plumbing and space for a washing machine, space for vented tumble dryer and fridge-freezer, courtesy door to rear garden, power and light connected.
We are advised that mains gas, water (metered), electricity, drainage and telephone are connected. Sky satellite dish. Exterior Lighting. A fully-working alarm system with CCTV is installed.
Babergh District Council - Band B
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Great Cornard itself is a family-friendly Suffolk village (population circa 9,000) with pubs, convenience shops, leisure facilities, schools (nursery, primary and secondary), library and parish church. The popular Wool Town of Sudbury with its twice weekly farmers market, supermarkets, shops and medical facilities is under 3 miles to the west.
Sudbury also 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 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.
The surrounding Stour Valley countryside is absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks and numerous country pursuits are literally on your doorstep with a riverside footpath now linking the Cornard Lock and the visitor centre at Bakers Mill in Great Cornard with the Sudbury Common lands and water meadows.