Ixworth Road, Norton, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3LP | Property for sale | Savills
3,182 sq ft(295.62 sq m)
Excess of £800,000

Ixworth RoadNorton, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3LP

    Key features

    • Wealth of original period features
    • Light and airy, well proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights
    • Wonderfully spacious family house
    • Positioned in the heart of popular village
    • Detached single garage

    Attractive village house with walled garden.

    About this property

    • Suffolk House is an elegant period property, situated in the heart of the village and close to the popular market town of Bury St Edmunds. The property is believed to originally date from the fifteenth century, with an elegant façade built in 1840. The property is constructed from Suffolk white brick elevations under a slate roof. The property has many period features, such as exposed timbers, high ceilings and large sash windows – as a whole, the property is a welcoming and charming home enjoying a high degree of natural light.

      The house is arranged over two floors, comprises a large reception hall, a drawing room with an attractive fireplace, a double aspect dining room with cast iron fireplace and original serving hatch. There is a timbered study with inglenook fireplace, cloakroom, and a large sitting room, with exposed timbers and inglenook fireplace housing a wood-burning stove. The Aga kitchen has been fitted with a 4-oven oil-fired Aga bespoke shaker-style base and eye level units with matching dresser, solid wood worktops and tiled flooring. The kitchen also has a larder and leads out to a utility, boiler room and airing cupboard.

      The staircase leads to a spacious landing, with the two front bedrooms forming part of the Victorian wing, one with a large en suite bathroom. There are a further four bedrooms, a family bathroom and shower room.

      The property is approached from the road leading across to an extensive gravelled driveway with detached single garage. The grounds extend to 0.24-acre, incorporating a large terrace seating area, a variety of mature trees and lawn, enclosed by fencing, brick walls and hedges.

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    I was charmed with this delightful village house still retaining numerous period features and surrounded by a pretty garden and terrace.

    Katy StephensonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Norton is a well-regarded and served village, with Ofsted Outstanding Primary School, popular public house, petrol station and playground. The village is situated close to the historic town of Bury St Edmunds. Bury St Edmunds is a popular market town which offers excellent shopping and recreational facilities including the restored Theatre Royal and Abbey Gardens. The town has convenient communications being just off the A14 with ready connections to the west for Newmarket, Cambridge and to the east for Stowmarket with its direct line to London's Liverpool Street Station. There is a wide choice of education provided by schools within the local system and private preparatory schools at South Lee and Culford.

    Additional information

    • Services
    • Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired heating
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F