4.47m ( max ) x 3.73m (14'8 ( max ) x 12'3)
Front door leading in to lounge, double glazed window to front, rad, exposed beams on ceiling, door leading to kitchen, door leading to Sun room.
2.97m x 1.75m (9'09 x 5'9)
Part tiled to walls, tiled to floor, range of base and eye level units, space for cooker, sink with mixer tap, rad, double glazed window to front, under stairs storage cupboard, door with stairs
Separate Utility area
1.80m x 1.63m (5'11 x 5'4)
Tiled to floor, part tiled to walls, space for fridge, space for freezer, base and eye level units, window to rear, door leading to WC and door leading to shower room
Obscure double glazed window to side, double shower cubicle, wash basin with vanity storage, rad, part tiled to walls, tiled to floor, cupboard housing boiler and washing machine,
WC, wash hand basin, obscure double glazed window to side
5.61m x 2.29m (18'5 x 7'6)
South east facing, space for units, door leading to rear garden, door leading to green house
3.71m x 2.79m (12'2 x 9'2)
double glazed dual aspect windows to front and rear, rad, built in double wardrobe
2.87m x 2.62m (9'05 x 8'7)
double glazed window to front, rad
There is driveway parking for two vehicles, and also an area that is laid to lawn with gate and pathway leading to front door. To the side there is gated access leading to the rear garden which is south east facing, there is a paved patio area ideal for the BBQ's in the summer with the rest laid to lawn. You will also find a green house and shed for housing your gardening equipment.
Set in the heart of East Anglia, Sudbury is a thriving market town and has been since Saxon times. It is located on the River Stour near the Essex border, and is 60 miles (97 km) north-east of London. Sudbury continues to surprise locals and visitors alike with its ancient and modern mix of tastefully built properties and fine churches.
From the 17th century on wards shops were established and they multiplied in the town centre; coaching inns and ale houses also established their trade of victual for weary and thirsty travellers.
Today, Sudbury retains its status as a market town with a twice-weekly market in the town centre in front of St Peter's Church, which is now a local community point for events such as concerts and exhibitions.
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