Guide Price £850,000
An imposing 4 bedroom detached property with ample off road parking occupying a corner plot in a landmark position close to the town centre of Woodbridge and the River Deben.EPC-D
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
2 Ipswich Road is an imposing 4 bedroom detached Edwardian home occupying a prominent corner plot within walking distance of the railway station, River Deben, highly regarded local schools, shops and amenities within central Woodbridge. This landmark property enjoys an elevated position and sits centrally, towards the rear of the plot within enclosed gardens accessed via a gated pea shingle drive flanked by lawns with low level conifer bushes. The property retains a host of period features to include deep cornices, picture rails, dado rails, feature fireplaces and exposed floor boards. The house benefits from double glazed windows and gas fired central heating. Arranged over two floors the accommodation comprises: veranda/porch, entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room, triple aspect dining room with open fireplace, playroom/snug/office, dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room and a wet room/utility room with door opening to the garden. The sitting room features an open fireplace, box bay window, a pair of half glazed doors opening to the garden and a pair of interconnecting doors opening to the adjacent dining room.
A staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing providing access to four double bedrooms, a Jack & Jill shower room and the family bathroom. The master bedroom enjoys a triple aspect, two built in double fronted wardrobes and independent access to the Jack and Jill shower room. The dual aspect third bedroom benefits from a balcony, a box bay window and feature fireplace and the fourth double bedroom offers views towards St. Mary's Parish Church.
Outside, the enclosed gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with a selection of plants and bushes, two patio areas/terraces (one on either side of the house) external power points and lighting and a garden shed with power and light accessed via a gated pea shingle drive with off road parking area.
ABOUT THE AREA
The much sought after market town of Woodbridge is located close to the
Suffolk Heritage Coast on the banks of the beautiful River Deben. The town widely known for its' beautiful historic buildings and wide ranging amenities which include a library, two theatres, cinema, sports facilities (including
sailing, rowing, tennis, bowls, rugby and football clubs), dentists' and doctors' surgeries including Framfield Medical Centre and a selection of highly
There are spectacular riverside walks from the heart of the town and
Woodbridge is well placed for visiting some of the county's best loved
attractions such as Orford and
Framlingham Castles, Sutton Hoo,
Aldeburgh, Southwold and the world renowned Concert Hall at Snape
Maltings. For lovers of the outdoors and nature, nearby attractions included RSPB Minsmere, Shingle Street, the for-ests at Rendlesham and the foot
ferries at Bawdsey and Butley. The County town of Ipswich is
approximately 10 miles south-west of Woodbridge.
Woodbridge station is on the Ipswich-Lowestoft East Suffolk Line with
connections via Ipswich to London
Liverpool St. Ipswich station is on the Great Eastern Main Line approximately 70 miles east of London Liverpool Street Station with a journey time from Ipswich of approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes.
Private Schools: The Abbey
(Preparatory School), Woodbridge School (Senior School).
State Schools: Woodbridge Primary School, St Mary's C Of E Primary School, Kyson Primary School
Farlingaye High School.
From the Fine & Country Woodbridge office, continue on Church Street and turn right at The Bull Hotel. Continue right down New Street until you reach the bottom of the hill. Turn left onto St Johns Street and continue to the traffic lights, opposite The Red Lion public house. Continue straight on at the traffic lights onto Lime Kiln Quay Road and at the traffic lights continue straight. Continue for approximately 1 mile passing Notcutts Garden Centre on the right hand side. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Warren Hill Road and the driveway to Number 2 Ipswich Road will be found immediately on the left hand side.
We are advised by the vendors that mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected.
Suffolk Coastal District Council
Band G £2951.97
ENTRANCE HALL 16'2 (max) x 10'5 (max) including the stairwell.
High ceiling, deep cornice, ceiling rose, dual aspect with double glazed stained glass to the front door flanked by side lights, picture rail, dado rail and tiles to floor.
SITTING ROOM 15'11 x 12'8 opening to 14'77 into the box bay window.
Dual aspect with double glazed window and half double glazed French doors to the side opening to a veranda and garden, deep cornice, picture rail, boxed bay window, ornate fireplace, exposed floorboards and a pair of inter connecting doors leading to:
DINING ROOM 17'2 (max) x 17'1 (max) measured between the corners of the room due to the irregular shape.
An irregular shaped room offering a triple aspect, double glazed windows, deep cornice, picture rail, feature fireplace and exposed floorboards with doors leading to the sitting room and entrance hall.
SMALL LOBBY (between the hall & kitchen)
Arched top opening providing access to the under stairs cupboard.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 16'6 (max) x 12'8 (max) reducing to 8'8
A dual aspect room with double glazed windows and a double glazed door opening to the patio and pea shingle parking area. A range of kitchen units, twin ceramic sink, electric oven with induction hob and cooker hood above, tiled floor and doors to the:
PLAYROOM/SNUG/OFFICE 14' x 9'8
A dual aspect room with double glazed windows, built in cupboard housing the water softener and tiled floor.
WET ROOM/UTILITY ROOM 9'5 x 9'4
With doors opening to the kitchen and playroom.
Double glazed windows to the rear, external door to the patio, wet room style shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and tiled floor.
A carpeted staircase leads from the entrance hall to the first floor landing with doors opening to:
MASTER BEDROOM 14'5 (max) x 13'6 (max)
A triple aspect room featuring a double glazed canted bay window and double glazed window to either side, two built in wardrobes, fireplace, exposed floorboards and double doors leading to:
EN-SUITE/'JACK AND JILL' SHOWER ROOM
('L' shaped) 12' (max) x 10' 4 (max) with doors to the main bedroom and landing.
Double glazed window, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC & tiled floor.
BEDROOM TWO 19'7 x 9'7
Dual aspect with double glazed windows.
BEDROOM THREE 12'11 x 12'9 opening to 14'8 (max) in the boxed bay window.
A dual aspect room with half glazed doors opening to the balcony and a box bay window, picture rail and feature cast iron fireplace.
BEDROOM FOUR 12'8 x 9'3
Part vaulted ceiling, picture rail, double glazed window with storage area above the landing.
FAMILY BATHROOM 8'8 x 6'4
Double glazed window, panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC & tiled floor.
The property is approached via a gated pea shingle drive flanked by elevated lawns and low level conifer bushes. The property enjoys an elevated position towards the back of the plot and the gardens extend to the front and to either side of the house. The part walled gardens are enclosed by laurel hedges and close board fencing. There are verandas to the front and side of the house and a balcony above the side veranda. The elevated position of the property offers views across the town and there are patios on either side of the house. There is ample off road parking on the pea shingle parking area and a garden shed.
- FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- AMPLE OFF ROAD PARKING
- LANDMARK POSITION, CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE
- ENCLOSED GARDENS, PATIO & VERANDA
- PERIOD FEATURES THROUGHOUT
- THREE RECEPTION ROOMS