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Tudor Rose Way, Harleston
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 3 baths | Guide price £550,000


  • Newly built detached house
  • Built by highly regarded Crockford Builders
  • High specification
  • Open plan reception room/kitchen
  • Ground floor master suite with en-suite
  • Two first floor bedrooms
  • Potential for fourth bedroom
  • Double garage
  • Town centre location

A newly built, individual detached house, constructed by well regarded local builders Crockfords and situated in the centre of the town. The property has been finished to an extremely high specification and offers spacious and flexible accommodation. Although the property currently has three bedrooms, a fourth bedroom could easily be incorporated on the first floor.

Diss - 10 miles
Bury St Edmunds - 30 miles
Norwich - 21 miles

A newly built, individual detached house, constructed by well regarded local builders Crockfords and situated in the centre of the town. The property has been finished to an extremely high specification and offers spacious and flexible accommodation. Although the property currently has three bedrooms, a fourth bedroom could easily be incorporated on the first floor.

Accommodation briefly comprises:-

- Spacious entrance hall
- Open plan kitchen/dining/living accommodation
- Utility room
- Cloakroom
- Ground floor master suite with en-suite shower room
- Spacious open landing area with potential for fourth bedroom
- Two first floor bedrooms one with en-suite shower room
- Family bathroom
- Double garage
- Garden

The Property
The front door opens into a beautifully light and space entrance hall with tiled flooring which flows through to the living accommodation, oak staircase leading to the first floor accommodation, cloaks cupboard and door into the garage. Steps lead down to the open plan kitchen and living area, another beautifully light room with two sets of double doors leading out to the garden. The stunning contemporary style kitchen has a central island and is fitted with an excellent range of wall, base and drawer units and integrated appliances. A brick fireplace (which could be fitted with a wood burner) creates a central focal point in the living space.

From the hallway a door leads into the utility room with stainless steel sink window to the side aspect and cupboard which houses the controls for the air source heating system. A further door leads into the cloakroom with window to the side, WC and wash basin. The spacious master bedroom suite is situated on the ground floor, a double aspect room with built-in double wardrobes and en-suite shower room.

Stairs lead to the first floor landing area, a large open space which could be used as an additional sitting room or easily made into a fourth bedroom. There are currently two further double bedrooms, one with an en-suite and built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom comprises panelled bath, fully tiled shower, WC and wash basin.

Outside
The property is approached across a driveway and leads to the double garage with electric door, power and light connected and with a water harvesting system connected. The main garden is to the side of the house and will be laid to lawn and paved.

Location
The property can be found close to the centre of Harleston, a small vibrant market town, nestled in the beautiful Waveney Valley, some 20 miles inland from the Suffolk Heritage Coast. The town's history is reflected in its Georgian town houses, fine timber buildings and other landmarks such as the Italianate clock tower. Harleston boasts an impressive array of independent shops, as well as doctors surgery, dentist, bank, post office, chemist, hotels, pubs and garage. There is free parking in the centre of town where a number of food outlets can be found including a delicatessen and small supermarkets, as well as a market every Wednesday selling fresh produce. There are local schools, a library and a community centre. The city of Norwich is about 20 miles to the north, whilst the historical town of Bury St Edmunds lies approximately 30 miles to the west. Two major supermarkets can be found in Diss, just a 15 minute drive away, that also boasts a direct line train to London Liverpool Street station in 90 minutes.

Tenure
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.

Agents Note
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.

Services
Air source heating system and all mains connected.

Local Authority:
South Norfolk District Council
Tax Band: tbc
EPC: tbc
Postcode: IP20 9QH

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