Victoria Street, Bury St. Edmunds
HOUSE TYPETown House
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- Refurbished & extended four bedroom Victorian semi-detached townhouse with original features
- Ideal location; close to the town centre Ideal location; close to the town centre and for A14 access within a peaceful residential conservation areaand for A14 access within a peaceful residential con
- Open-plan dining room & sitting room with attractive bay window & built-in fireplace
- Light-filled, voluminous & sociable newly extended kitchen-diner with useful separate utility room
- Bedrooms served by a bathroom & shower room with optional ease of conversion to an en-suite
- Converted basement media room & attic bedroom
- Impressive large garden with attractive brick wall on all borders, summerhouse studio, double garage & off-street parking
BEAUTIFUL EXTENDED PERIOD TOWNHOUSE IN A DESIRABLE RESIDENTIAL STREET WITH DOUBLE GARAGE, OFF-STREET PARKING, GARDEN STUDIO, CONVERTED BASEMENT, ATTIC ROOM & IMPRESSIVE GARDEN
This elegant four-bedroom semi-detached Victorian townhouse is situated in a highly sought after and tranquil residential street, so well defined by its open and spacious character while just a stone’s throw from all town centre amenities. The property retains a wealth of period features. Of particular note is the spectacular kitchen-diner extension in recent years and following a comprehensive refurbishment throughout that has transformed the principal living spaces.
Suitably set back from the street, to the side is a driveway providing coveted off-street parking and the additional asset of a detached double garage. The trophy feature of the home is the impressive large walled garden that enjoys a south-facing summerhouse, currently used as an all-weather home office studio.
**AGENT’S NOTE: Vehicular access of driveway is 2.18m (7 ft) wide max.
3 Victoria Street is conveniently located within the historic Cathedral town of Bury St. Edmunds and is situated in arguably one of the most desirable residential enclaves and conservation areas (formed by intersecting Queen’s Road, King’s Road and York Road). It is a medieval or earlier route into the town via Risbygate Street. The wonderful layout of streets followed the expansion of the town in the 19th century with Victoria Street being built on a former market garden. For added convenience, today the street has a doctor’s surgery and a Co-operative foodstore is on nearby Albert Crescent. The bars, restaurants and independent boutique shops in the Market Square are closeby. Excellent A14 access is afforded via Risbygate Street and Parkway. Refer to our detailed downloadable brochure to discover more.