Location 13 Seckford Street enjoys a prominent and very convenient position, just off the Market Square within the very desirable and historic town of Woodbridge.
Woodbridge is probably best known for its outstanding riverside setting. It is also a very popular market town, offering a good choice of schooling in both the state and private sectors, a wide variety of shops and restaurants, a cinema/theatre and marina. Woodbridge benefits from rail links to Ipswich, where Inter City rail services to London’s Liverpool Street station take just over the hour.
The popular Heritage Coastline destinations of Orford, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness and Southwold are also within a short driving distance. The County Town of Ipswich is approximately 10 miles to the south-west. The A12 trunk road, which links the north and the south of the county, is also a short distance to the west.
Ground Floor Entering through a wooden panelled and partially glazed entrance door into
Entrance Lobby With cupboard storage containing the electricity meter and further useful cupboard space below. Wooden panel and partially glazed door leads to
Reception Hallway With telephone point, wall mounted thermostat. Double panel radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights. Smoke detector. Understairs storage cupboard stairs leading to firs floor and doors to
Cloakroom With low flush WC. Vanity cupboard incorporating a hand basin with mixer tap. Tiled floor and towel rail. Inset ceiling spotlight.
Study/Bedroom Four 6’10 x 9’6 (2.08m x 2.89m) North. With single panel radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights. Outlook over Seckford Street.
Sitting Room 22’10 x 10’10 (6.96m x 3.30m) South. A light and spacious room with attractive red brick surround fireplace with double door wood burner set on Suffolk brick hearth and with wooden surround and mantel. Double panel radiator. Single panel radiator. Wall lights and with French doors providing an outlook over the rear garden, The Abbey playing fields and to the River Deben in the distance.
Stairs lead down from the hallway to
Kitchen 30’2 x 10’3 (9.19m x 3.12m) (max) South. A superb spacious room, fitted with an excellent range of eye level and base level Shaker style kitchen units in cream with solid oak worksurface above and incorporating a single drainer sink with mixer tap over. Neff single oven, Neff four ring gas hob with extractor over. Neff dishwasher. Electrics and space for fridge/freezer. Understairs storage cupboard. Limestone effect tiles. Inset ceiling spotlights. Smoke detector. At the far end of the kitchen there is a dining area beyond which there is triple bi-fold glass doors leading out to the terrace and rear garden. Door leading to
Utility Room 10’8 x 9’4 (3.25m x 2.84m) A very useful and versatile room incorporating further units with wooden worksurface above and with butler sink with mixer tap over. Water softener. Wall mounted Vaillant gas boiler. Double panel radiator. Exposed ceiling timbers and ceramic tiled flooring. Gas meter.Stairs leading from the hallway to
Landing With double panel radiator. Understairs cupboard. Stairs leading to second floor and with doors to
Bedroom One 13’1 x 10’2 (3.98m x 3.09m) South. A light double bedroom with single panel radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights and with wooden step
leading to French doors which give access to a wonderful balcony with wooden decked base and surrounding
wooden balustrade and from where there are superb views over The Abbey grounds and to the River Deben in
Bedroom Two 11’4 x 11’9 (3.45m x 3.58m) North. A light double bedroom with twin sash windows on the front elevation. Single panel radiator and with hanging cupboard with full length rail and shelf.
A further staircase leading up to
Landing With built-in linen cupboard with lighting and with doors to
Bedroom Three 14’2 x 9’2 (4.31m x 2.79m) North. With twin sash windows on the front elevation overlooking Seckford Street. Single panel radiator. Inset ceiling spotlights.
Family Bathroom South. Fitted with a wooden panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, low flush WC and with vanity unit with hand wash basin and mixer tap above. Separate shower cubicle with glass sliding doors. Travertine limestone effect flooring. Inset ceiling spotlights. Single panel radiator. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan and with far reaching views across Woodbridge towards the River Deben in the distance.
Outside There is a very pretty and well established south facing garden which lies to the rear of the property and is enclosed by a brick wall providing. The garden can be accessed from the kitchen from where the bi-fold doors lead out onto the small terrace; beyond this is an area of lawn surrounded by well established borders. At the end of the garden, there is a small terrace with glazed balustrade and a very pleasant southerly aspect across The Abbey grounds.
Parking is along Seckford Street and there is also a public car park a short distance away on Theatre Street.
Services Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. Gas fired central heating.
Council Tax Band E. £2,250.21 payable 2020/2021.
Local Authority East Suffolk Council.
Tenancy Term To let unfurnished on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for an initial term of twelve months (with a view to extending) at the rent of £1,575 per calendar month.
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