York Road, Bury St. Edmunds
HOUSE TYPEEnd of Terrace House
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- A refurbished three bedroom Victorian end-of-terrace townhouse; attention to detail throughout
- Large & comfortable open-plan sitting room with connecting dining room
- Refurbished & extended Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Front & south-facing rear gardens enhance the leafy aspect; ideal al fresco dining
- Spacious master bedroom & modern bathroom
- Ideal location close to the town centre and for A14 access within a peaceful residential conservation area
- Zone H residents’ permit parking available
- **Viewings from 10th May 2022 onwards**
THREE BEDROOM VICTORIAN END-OF-TERRACE TOWNHOUSE WITH LARGE FRONT AND REAR GARDENS IN A DESIRABLE LEAFY AVENUE
An attractive three bedroom end-of-terrace Victorian townhouse in which versatile living spaces flow seamlessly whilst 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, including original oak floorboards, charming fireplaces with decorative surrounds, high ceilings and stripped panelled doors. Of particular note are the two spacious reception rooms which lend a contemporary open-plan feel, the well-appointed refurbished and extended Kitchen/Breakfast Room, downstairs cloakroom. Useful Entrance Hall and Utility Room. Modern bathroom with a high-end finish. Princely master bedroom.
Suitably set back from the street, the front garden provides a side access to the rear ideal for bicycles/bin store). To the rear of the property is a most impressive large (80 ft long) south-facing private garden laid mainly to lawn.
42 York Road 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 Victoria Street, 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 Victorian expansion of the town and York Road was named in 1889 after the Duke of York. For added convenience, neighbouring Victoria 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.
42 York Road displays many attractive original period features well-blended with modern comforts and benefits from a complete recently refurbished & extended Kitchen/Breakfast room, utility area and downstairs cloakroom. The flexible and relaxed accommodation measures approximately 893 sq ft (83 sq m) and will suit a broad range of buyers, whether professionals, downsizers or young families – all who seek convenient town living with all-important outdoor amenity.
Entrance Hall - Approached over the front garden via a pathway from the street opens into entrance hall with wood flooring, cupboard housing electric meter and door to:
Sitting Room - A wonderfully large open-plan space tastefully decorated in neutral tones that delivers an instantly welcoming and calming atmosphere upon arrival. A large tripartite sash window to front garden aspect, wood flooring and fireplace with mantel surround. Ceiling pendant light. Curtain pole. TV / Phone point. Opening through to:
Dining Room - Wood flooring, door leading to staircase with cupboard under and wonderful glazed French doors opening to:
Kitchen / Breakfast Room - Step into a bright and spacious Kitchen/Breakfast room with plentiful natural light let in from skylights. Kitchen area with newly fitted with a range of wall and base units under worktops with task lighting above and a 1½ bowl stainless steel sink inset. Appliances to include a built-in induction hob with stainless steel extractor over, conventional combi grill/oven below. Space for fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Ceramic tiled floor, window to side aspect, door to rear garden and opening to:
Utility / Cloakroom - Fitted with base unit under worktop with a stainless steel sink inset. Space for washing machine and dryer. WC and tiled floor. Gas-fired combi boiler.
Stair rises from the open-plan living space into a lovely landing area with access to loft space and period panelled doors leading to:
Bedroom One - Large double bedroom with two double glazed sash windows overlooking the front garden aspect and leafy avenue beyond. TV point.
Bedroom Two - A double room with sash window to rear aspect.
Bedroom Three - Window to rear aspect.
Bathroom - Window to side aspect. A white suite comprising a low level wc, wash basin with vanity unit storage underneath, panelled P-shaped bath with shower attachment, shower screen and floor to ceiling tiles. Heated towel rail and tiled floor. Extractor fan. Recessed lighting.
The property is conveniently located for the Town Centre in a highly sought after location towards the middle of York Road and set well back from the street with a predominantly lawned front garden leading up to the property. As is typical of an end-of-terrace, the property benefits from side access leading to a generous south-facing rear garden also predominantly lawned and well-stocked with a variety of flower and shrub borders with the boundaries clearly defined by fencing. Comprising outdoor store and seating area ideal for al fresco dining.
The property is offered FOR SALE freehold by private treaty and with vacant possession upon completion.
Mains water, drainage, electricity. Gas-fired central heating. AGENT’S NOTE: none of these services have been tested.
St. Edmundsbury District Council
Tax band B – £1,490.23 (2022/23)
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole selling agent: Whatley Lane. If there is anything of particular importance, please contact us to discuss, especially before embarking upon your journey to view the property.
DIRECTIONS (IP33 3EG):
From London/Cambridge (by car) exit the M11 at Junction 9 and take the A11 towards Newmarket. Continue on the A14 towards Bury St. Edmunds. Exit the A14 at Junction 42 and then take the second exit at the roundabout signposted ‘A1302 Bury St. Edmunds'. Continue along Newmarket Road heading towards the town centre. Eventually turn right into Albert Crescent (just pass the Cooperative foodstore). Take the next left into York Road and No.42 is 150 metres along the street on the left hand side marked by our To Let board
From the town centre (on foot) proceed west along Kings Road passing Waitrose following the road into Albert Crescent, and bear right into Albert Street. Follow the road and turn left into York Road where number 42 will be found after approximately 150 metres on the left hand side marked by our To Let board.