Great Henny, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 Guide Price £695,000
Enjoying spectacular views over the Stour Valley.
A well presented two bedroomed detached bungalow set in grounds extending to approximately 6¾ acres (sts).
Enjoying spectacular views over the Stour Valley.
A well presented two bedroomed detached bungalow set in grounds extending to approximately 6 acres (sts).
From Sudbury, proceed in a southerly direction along the A131 towards Halstead. At the traffic lights at the bottom of Ballingdon Hill, turn left into Middleton Road. Continue for about 3 miles, passing the Henny Swan, and then take the turning on the right hand side (with a triangular grass island) signposted Great Henny. Continue for about 1 mile and the property will then be found on the left hand side, just after the turning signposted Alphamstone/Twinstead.
Tymperley Farm is situated within the pretty village of Great Henny on the Essex/Suffolk borders. Bures, which is about 3.5 miles away, has a good range of local amenities, including a primary school, newsagent, post office, public houses and a doctors surgery. In addition, Bures has a branch railway station offering easy access to London Liverpool Street via a connection at Marks Tey.
The market towns of Sudbury and Halstead are about 4 & 6 miles respectively and offer a wider range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities.
Tymperley Farm is a deceptively spacious home situated in an idyllic rural location and enjoys panoramic views over the picturesque and unspoilt Stour Valley.
The spacious accommodation comprises:-
Entered via a glazed UPVC front door. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder with immersion heater. Tiled flooring and radiator. Doors to:-
Fitted with a matching white suite comprising low level wc, pedestal handwash basin and bath. Window to front aspect.
BEDROOM TWO 146 x 96
A good sized room with windows to front and side aspects. Radiator and patio doors leading to the garden.
With tiled flooring and useful storage cupboards. Doors to:-
PRINCIPLE BEDROOM 153 x 102
With window to rear aspect and patio door leading to the garden. Useful wardrobe cupboards, access to loft and radiator.
Fitted with a matching white suite comprising low level wc, pedestal hand wash basin and bath. Tiled flooring and radiator.
KITCHEN/DINER 197 x 117
Fitted with a matching range of shaker style oak fronted wall and base units with worktops over. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Built-in electric oven and hob with extractor hood over. Space for undercounter fridge. Cupboard housing oil fired boiler. Tiling to splashback areas, tiled flooring and radiator. Patio doors to side and window to side aspect. UPVC door leading to rear porch.
SITTING ROOM 155 x 127
Having as its main focal point a wood burning stove. Two set of patio doors leading to the garden. Two radiators.
STUDY 123 x 59
A useful space with window to rear aspect, tiled flooring and radiator. Patio door to:-
CONSERVATORY 116 x 108
With tiled flooring and radiator.
With door leading to the garden.
KITCHEN/LAUNDRY ROOM 12 x 97
Fitted with a matching range of base units with worktops over. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer. Space for washing machine and undercounter fridge and freezer. Window to side aspect, useful storage cupboard and door to:-
Fitted with a white suite comprising low level wc and hand wash basin. Electric heater.
Door to garden and window to side aspect. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
HOBBY ROOM 153 x 119
Having as its main focal point a wood burning stove. Window to front aspect and patio doors leading to the garden.
HOBBY ROOM 153 x 118
With window to rear aspect and stairs leading to loft storage space.
Tymperley Farm is situated on established grounds extending to 6 acres. The immediate garden area is mainly laid to lawn with interspersed trees and established hedging.
A central driveway leads to a parking/turning area.
Range of outbuildings to include:-
Two storage sheds
To the rear of the property, the land is divided into two paddock areas with a field shelter, which benefits from having vehicular access from the adjoining road. The land would be ideal for an equestrian use.
SERVICES We understand that the main services of electricity and water are connected, whilst drainage is to a private installation (septic tank).
COUNCIL TAX BAND D
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