Debenham, Suffolk

Offers In Excess Of £750,000 Sold Detached House 4 Bedrooms
A prominent, individually designed house occupying a generous plot, close to the centre of the desirable village of Debenham.
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Entrance hall, 25′ sitting room, 20′ garden room/dining room, study/playroom, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom. Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room, three further bedrooms and family shower room. Double garage and large block paved driveway.Storage sheds. Landscaped gardens of nearly one third of an acre.

Location The property occupies a prominent position along Low Street, overlooking Cross Green and just a short distance to the south of the centre of the popular village of Debenham. Debenham itself is a picturesque and historic village which benefits from excellent local amenities including a small Co-op supermarket, hardware store, newsagents, tea shop, doctor’s surgery, butchers, post office, greengrocers, veterinary practice, public house and leisure centre. It is also served by well regarded schools, Sir Robert Hitcham CEVAP Primary School and Debenham High School.

The historic market town of Framlingham, with its medieval castle, lies approximately 7½ miles to the east, and offers further excellent schooling in both the state and private sectors. The County town of Ipswich (14 miles) and Stowmarket (10 miles) both offer more extensive facilities including mainline railway stations with regular services to London’s Liverpool Street Station scheduled to take approximately 65 minutes and 85 minutes respectively.

The Suffolk heritage Coast, with towns such as Aldeburgh, is approximately 24 miles. The A14 trunk road provides access in a westerly direction towards Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and the Midlands. Norwich is approximately 25 miles to the north as the crow flies.

Description Designed and built by the current vendors during the early/mid 1990s, Chesters is a prominent village house that occupies a generous plot overlooking Cross Green and only a short distance from the centre of the village.

Bespoke in design, Chesters feels both light and spacious throughout with the majority of the principal accommodation enjoying feature glazing within the elevations. The entrance hall is double height in part, and overlooked by the galleried landing. This leads to the 25′ sitting room that continues through to the Garden/Dining Room, that has French doors opening onto the terrace, patio and garden. There is also an extremely well fitted kitchen with ample cupboard and drawer units and a selection of branded integral appliances set beneath a granite worksurface and incorporating a peninsula breakfast bar. On the first floor is the galleried landing that links the first floor accommodation comprising the master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing area, three further bedrooms and the family shower room.

Outside there are landscaped gardens, a detached double garage, useful storage buildings and a generous block paved driveway. In all the site extends to nearly one third of an acre.

The Accommodation

The House

Ground Floor A wooden front door with central leaded light opens into the

Entrance Hall 12’5 x 12’2 (3.78m x 3.71m) Part double height with vaulted ceiling and stairs rising to the First Floor with useful understairs storage cupboard. Door to Airing Cupboard with connections for water softener. Large window providing wonderful views of the front garden, tiled floor and door to

Sitting Room 25’2 x 16’7 (7.67m x 5.05m) A wonderfully generous reception room with windows providing views across the front garden and driveway. The focal point is the woodburning stove with bressummer beam over and raised brick hearth. Radiators and TV point. Wide openings through to the

Garden Room/Dining Room 20’9 x 12′ (7.85m x 3.66m) With fully glazed French doors opening onto the terrace, patio and garden. Glazed gable elevation providing huge amounts of light and views towards Cross Green. Radiators and TV point.

Returning to the Entrance Hall further doors provide access to the

Study/Playroom 15′ x 13’3 (4.57m x 4.04m) A useful multi functional room that is currently used as a Study, but could also be used as a Playroom or Snug. Window on the rear elevation overlooking the garden. Radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 14’9 x 11’10 (4.5m x 3.61m) With casement window overlooking the front garden and extremely well fitted with extensive range of cupboard and drawer units with granite worksurface over incorporating a Blanco resin sink with mixer tap and drainer. Four ring Miele induction hob with grill to the side and extractor hood over. High level double oven and grill, together with Miele microwave. Integral Miele dishwasher and recess for American style fridge freezer. Peninsula breakfast bar with matching worksurface, wood flooring, door to shelved Pantry cupboard, contemporary radiator and door to

Utility Room 10’6 x 4’9 (3.2m x 1.45m) With part glazed stable type door to the outside and matching range of cupboard and drawer units with granite worksurface over incorporating a circular stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Recess and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Wood flooring and floor standing Worcester oil fired boiler. Spotlighting.

Cloakroom With window on the rear elevation, WC and wash basin. Radiator.

Stairs from the Entrance Hall rise to the

First Floor

Galleried Landing Overlooking the Entrance Hall and with Velux window light providing views to the front. From here doors provide access to

Master Bedroom 17’3 x 17′ (5.26m x 5.18m) A stunning double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed roof truss elements. Casement windows on the front and side elevation together with feature glazed gable providing plenty of light. Access to large boarded loft space of full height with power connected. Door to walk-in Dressing Room, radiators and further door to

En-suite Shower Room With suite comprising fully tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower and rainwater head, WC and wash basin. Heated towel rail, recessed spotlighting, extractor fan. Velux roof light.

Bedroom Four 10′ x 7’8 (3.05m x 2.34m) A more modest, single bedroom that could serve the master bedroom as a nursery or second dressing room if required. Window providing views to the rear and radiator.

From the Landing an open way provides access to an Inner Landing with built-in storage cupboard and doors off to

Bedroom Two 15′ x 14′ (4.57m x 4.27m) With large window overlooking the front garden and exposed roof truss elements. Fitted wardrobe cupboards and radiator.

Bedroom Three 15′ x 8′ (4.57m x 2.44m) Another double bedroom with window on the rear elevation, and radiator.

Family Shower Room With oversized fully tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower and rainwater head, WC and mounted wash basin. Heated towel rail, recessed spotlighting and extractor fan.

Outside A five bar gate opens onto a generous block paved driveway to the side of Chesters and from here access can be gained to the double garage with pair of up and over doors, power and light connected and personnel door to the rear. Adjoining the garage is a useful open fronted storage area, approximately 13’6 x 12′. From the driveway a paved pathway, set beneath a pergola, leads up to the front door and main entrance. There is also a brick arch that provides access to the front garden. This comprises a central area that is laid to lawn, but enclosed within well stocked, meandering borders that contain a variety of specimen flowers, shrubs and mature trees. There is also a large patio area beside the garage. A second paved pathway leads to the rear garden from the driveway. Here there is a covered decked terrace and patio area that can be accessed from the Sitting Room/Dining Room. Beyond this are further areas that are laid to lawn, and interspersed with mature trees and specimen shrubs. Beyond the rear garden is an enclosed dog run, which also includes a useful storage shed. The pathway also continues to the rear, leading back to the Utility Room.

Viewing Strictly by appointment with the agent. Please adhere to current Covid guidelines.

Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

EPC Rating = D

Council Tax Band G; £3,172.20 payable per annum 2021/2022

Local Authority Mid Suffolk District Council, Endeavour House, 8 Russell Rd, Ipswich IP1 2BX; Tel: 0345 6066067

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February 2022

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