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144.93 sq m
Guide price £525,000(€595,179)

Church StreetWorlingworth, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP13 7NT


    Key features

    • open plan sitting and dining room
    • garden room opening into the gardens
    • study and well fitted kitchen
    • double garage and greenhouse
    • delightful garden

    Village house requiring modernisation in a delightful setting.

    About this property

    • The house is built from brick under a tiled roof and is believed to date back to the 1975. The property has been in the same ownership for over 35 years and does require modernisation. The house is set back from the road in an established plot of around half an acre. Positive enquiries have been made with Mid Suffolk District Council as to the possibility of building a further dwelling on the property sited on the footprint of the existing double garage.

      The accommodation is on two floors with the entrance hall featuring a full height glazed panel and staircase to the first floor. An inner hall opens to the front sitting room with an open fire place. This opens into the dining room with serving hatch to kitchen. There is a side door back to the gardens and in built storage cupboards. The kitchen is well fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall mounted units, cooker and an integral dishwasher. To the rear of the house is a delightful garden room with doors out to the garden terrace. To one side of this is a study. On the first floor are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The larger bedroom to the back of the house has an en-suite shower with wash basin.

      OUTSIDE

      The drive leads onto a wide gravelled parking sweep which fronts the double garage. The gardens surround the house with some established trees and hedges. There is a terrace and a greenhouse to the rear garden.

      SERVICES

      Mains electricity and water
      Oil fired central heating
      Mains drainage

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The house is nicely set back in the older part of the village and in an established garden with potential to build another house on the site of the garage (STP).

    Tom OrfordProperty agent

    Local information

    • Set well back from a small country lane on the edge of the village, White Lea is a charming house that is need of modernisation and is surrounded by established gardens. In addition to its private setting it is served well by local villages and towns with good shopping centres including Stradbroke, Eye and Framlingham. The market towns of Woodbridge and the county town of Ipswich are readily accessible with their shopping centres, state and private educational and recreational facilities. The commuter can take advantage of direct InterCity train service links to London's Liverpool Street Station from either Diss, Stowmarket, or Ipswich.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From London take the A12 bypassing Chelmsford and Colchester. On the outskirts of Ipswich bear left onto the A14 signposted to Bury St Edmunds. Take the Norwich exit onto the A140, turn right onto the A1120 to Saxtead Green. On the green, just passed the windmill turn left, signposted Worlingworth 4 miles. Follow the signs to the village and on entering the village continue past Worlingworth Hall and The Old Guildhall both on the right and White Lea is the next house on the right.
    • EPC Rating = E