A well appointed and spacious detached family home set on a small development built in 1998 comprising just seven similar properties in the popular Suffolk village of Weybread. Re-clad and double glazed, the property boasts three double bedrooms, ample living space with large conservatory, front and rear gardens, garage and driveway parking and is available with no onward chain.
Harleston - 1.7 miles
Diss - 10 miles
Framlingham - 12.5 miles
A well appointed and spacious detached family home set on a small development built in 1997 comprising just seven similar properties in the popular Suffolk village of Weybread. Partially re-clad and double glazed, the property boasts three double bedrooms, ample living space with large conservatory, front and rear gardens, garage and driveway parking and is available with no onward chain.
Accommodation briefly comprises:-
- Entrance hallway
- Downstairs WC
- Utility area
- Dining area
- Sitting room
- Three double bedrooms
- Family bathroom with separate power shower
- Front and rear gardens
- Single garage
- Driveway parking
- Wood effect concrete cladding to rear
Beneath a storm canopy a part glazed wooden front door opens into a light and airy entrance hallway with stairs rising to first floor accommodation with understairs storage and door to right hand side leading into the downstairs loo with opaque window to side, WC and wall mounted hand-basin. The spacious sitting room boasts a sunny dual aspect and benefits from granite fireplace with wooden surround and grate for open fires. An archway leads through to the dining room offering ample space for table and chairs and on into a fabulous conservatory which is fitted with tiled floor and enjoys gorgeous views over the garden with double doors leading out. A well appointed kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of cream Shaker style wall, base and drawer units with wood effect worktop, tiled splashbacks, inset stainless steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for dishwasher, inset electric double oven with 4 ring electric hob and extractor hood over. Benefitting from half glazed stable door accessing the garden, the utility area is fitted with matching units and worktop with space and plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge/freezer.
Stairs rise to the first floor landing with access hatch to a partly boarded loft storage area and airing cupboard housing hot water tank with slatted shelving. The master bedroom enjoys far reaching rural views over fields beyond and is fitted with a good range of inbuilt wardrobes. Two further double bedrooms overlook the front aspect and again offer lovely field views. An office is located adjacent to the stairs and completing the accommodation is a well appointed family bathroom with half tiled walls, bath under Velux, WC, sink set in vanity unit, shower cubicle and radiator.
A brick weave driveway offers parking in front of the garage, which in turn is fitted with up and over door, personal door into garden and is power and light connected. A wrought iron gate to side leads round to the south west facing rear garden which is enclosed on all sides by a mixture of hedging and panel fencing and offers a good degree of privacy and seclusion. Laid mainly to lawn with an attractive feature pond, an area to the side is laid out to a kitchen garden area enclosed by picket fencing adjacent to a patio offering ideal outside entertaining space. A lawned front garden provides access to the road.
The property is located on this quiet close in the rural village of Weybread, a short drive away from the bustling market town of Harleston. Nestled in the beautiful Waveney Valley on the old coaching route from London to Great Yarmouth, Harleston is a vibrant market town, filled with historic buildings, a beautiful church and plenty of character around every corner you turn. With good local schooling here, as well as in Stradbroke and Bungay the town further boasts an impressive array of independent shops, doctor's surgery, post office, chemist, delicatessen and several coffee shops. There is also a popular Wednesday market with free parking and the town of Diss, just a 15 minute drive away, boasts a direct train line to London Liverpool Street in 100 minutes.
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating.
Mid Suffolk District Council
Tax Band: D
Postcode: IP21 5TF
Energy Rating: E