Offers in excess of £550,000
A contemporary four bedroom home individually designed to meet the demands of a modern lifestyle. The deceptively spacious property is arranged over two floors and also boasts ample off road parking, an integral garage and carport and is located in the well served village of Martlesham.
A contemporary four bedroom home individually designed within a small development of three properties to meet the demands of a modern lifestyle. The deceptively spacious property is arranged over two floors and also boasts ample off road parking, an integral garage and carport and is located in the well served village of Martlesham.
• No Onward Chain
• Four Bedrooms – Two with En-Suite Shower Rooms
• Two of the bedrooms also boast Juliet balconies overlooking the rear garden
• Spacious and light living room with patio doors out to rear garden
• Modern Fitted Open Plan Kitchen
• Enclosed Rear Garden with patio
• Ample Off Road Parking plus integral garage and carport
• Situated in the well-equipped village of Martlesham
About The Property
Heron House is a modern four bedroom detached family home that is believed to have been built in 2014 within a small development of three individually designed properties. The property has been designed to meet the expectations of a modern lifestyle with open plan living spaces and large double glazed windows providing natural light. Arranged over two floors the accommodation comprises: Open fronted porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, study/snug, open plan kitchen with adjacent dining room that has steps leading down to the triple aspect sunken living room, utility room and pedestrian door leading to the integral garage. A carpeted staircase with storage cupboard beneath rises to a central landing providing access to the linen cupboard, family bathroom and four bedrooms (two of the bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms). The triple aspect sunken living room offers full height double glazed windows and French doors opening to the patio and enclosed rear garden. The well-equipped modern fitted kitchen features integral Neff appliances, a dual fuel range style cooker and granite work surfaces with complimentary island unit housing a wine cooler. The bedrooms benefit from built in wardrobes offering hanging and shelved storage. The two primary bedrooms are situated to the rear of the property and feature Juliet balconies and en-suite shower rooms. Outside there is ample off road parking to the front of the integral garage and adjacent carport. A pedestrian gate to the side of the house opens to the enclosed rear garden. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a patio, established flower and shrub borders, plants and bushes. Internal viewing is essential to appreciate the quality and specification of this deceptively spacious modern family home.
About The Area
Martlesham village is about 2 miles southwest of Woodbridge and approximately 5 miles northeast of Ipswich. The village benefits from a Parish Church, Post Office/shop, Fish and Chip shop, Primary School (Beacon Hill for 5-11year olds) and two Public Houses that serve food and drink (The Black Tiles and Martlesham Red Lion). There is a large supermarket, a pet shop and leisure facilities and a number of other businesses including BT's Research and Development Centre nearby at Adastral Park. Martlesham Leisure and Fitness Club offers a Saturday Kids Club and other activities during the school holidays.
Nearby State Schools: Martlesham Primary School, Gorseland Primary School, Birchwood Primary School & Kesgrave High School (also has its own sixth form centre).
Private Schools: The Abbey School (Primary) & Woodbridge School (secondary), Ipswich Preparatory School (Primary) & Ipswich School (secondary).
The much sought after market town of Woodbridge is located close to the Suf-folk Heritage Coast on the banks of the beautiful River Deben. The town widely known for its' beautiful historic buildings and wide ranging amenities which in-clude 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 reputable schools.
There are spectacular riverside walks from the heart of the town and Wood-bridge 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 forests at Rendlesham and the foot ferries at Bawdsey and Butley. The County town of Ipswich is approximately 10 miles south-west of Woodbridge.
Accommodation with approximate room sizes:
Office/Study – 11'9 x 9' (max)
Dining Room – 14' x 9'
Sitting Room – 17'7 x 8'10 (max) tapering down to 13'11
Kitchen Area – approximately 13'4 x 12'5 plus 4'2 x 2'9 recess to area
Utility Room – 9'2 x 5'11
First Floor Landing Area – 10'6 (max) 8'10 (max)
Master Bedroom – 14'1 narrowing down to 12'5 x 11'7 plus 4'11 x 4'6 walk through area
En-Suite – 7'11 (max) x 5'6 (max)
Bedroom Two – 14'8 (max) x 12'2 (max)
En-Suite – 8'10 x 6'3
Bedroom Three – 14'7 (max) 11'9 (max)
Bedroom Four – 10'9 (max) plus door recess x 9'10 (max)
Bathroom – 6'11 x 6'4 plus shower recess
To the front of the property there is a block paved driveway leading to the integral garage and side carport, a pedestrian gate leads to the side garden with a variety of shrubs, an outside power point, and outside tap. The rear garden is laid to lawn with flower borders and a shingle area to side of the property.
Integral Garage with up and over roller door – 20' x 9'11
Boiler, hot water cylinder, electric fuse box, one double socket and side door into garden.
We are advised by the vendors that mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected.
Suffolk Coastal District Council: Band F £2,392.06 (2018/19)
From the Fine and Country Woodbridge office head up onto the Market Hill, turn right at the Kings Head pub, then left onto Theatre Street. Turn off Haskeston road onto Grundisburgh road sign posted 'A12'. Take the first exit at the roundabout onto the A12. Take the first exit again at the roundabout then the second exit at the following roundabout heading into Martlesham. Stay on Top Street, past the garage on the left and the Red Lion pub on the right. Heron House will be found on the left hand side of the road up the hill. The property is the centre one of three.
- No Onward Chain
- Four Bedrooms, Two With En-Suite
- Juliet Balconies In Master & Second Bedroom
- Modern Fitted Open Plan Kitchen
- Spacious Living Room With Doors To Garden
- Enclosed Rear Garden With Patio
- Ample Off Road Parking
- Integral Garage & Car Port
- In Well Served Village Of Martlesham
- Light triple aspect living room