Walled Garden, Sudbourne Park, Sudbourne, Woodbridge, IP12 2AQ | New homes for sale | Savills
2,210 sq ft(205.32 sq m)
Guide price £800,000(€912,169)

Walled GardenSudbourne Park, Sudbourne, Woodbridge, IP12 2AQ

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • light-filled and spacious accommodation
  • high quality and contemporary finishes
  • designed for low maintenance/running costs in mind
  • walled private garden with garden store
  • parking spaces and use of communal parkland grounds

Tucked away eco-house set within the walled garden of Sudbourne Park and surrounded by parkland grounds.

About this property

  • The Walled Garden development is set within the historic grounds of Sudbourne Park. Within this private parkland residents can enjoy 15 acres of woodland, avenues, the restored lake with its bridge, and Sudbourne Hall cricket ground, in use for well over 100 years. No.4 Walled Garden is just one of the four of which are within the Walled Garden itself. The property has been built with hassle free, energy saving, modern living in mind. From the whole-house heat recovery ventilation system to the vaulted ceilings, the house provides a truly contemporary style of living surrounded by history. The property has been designed to an exacting detail, meeting the demand for modern, low running cost living.

    Materials Used include:
    Siberian Larch cladding/clay bricks/natural stone paving/ Velfac Windows/Stainless Steel roofs/alaminum rain water guttering/professionally designed Gaddesby kitchen with composite stone worktops.

    Other features include:
    • Separate utility/boiler room • stainless steel sinks with three
    way chrome mixer tap • LED under cabinet lighting • AEG and Bosch Appliances throughout including:
    – Multifunction Oven
    – Induction Hob
    – Cooker Hood
    – Microwave
    – Dishwasher & Fridge Freezer

    Bathrooms & En -suites
    • Contemporary sanitary ware by Roca complimented with Greyhouse vanity units • Brassware by VADO • Thermostatic shower/mixer valves to showers • Recessed LED downlights
    • Chrome finished heated towel rails • Karndean Flooring
    Internal Finishes • Moulded skirting's and architraves • Exposed timber finish to external windows and doors internally
    • Modern internal doors with contemporary satin finish handles
    • Feature ceilings and roof light details, solid engineered timber

    Electrical & Plumbing
    • Heat and hot water provided by energy efficient Air Source Heat Pump with access control via App • Mechanical ventilation system with heat recovery • Remotely switchable underfloor
    Heating • Chrome Face Plates to sockets and light controls.

    • Gardens laid to lawn • Patio area • Garden shed • Two parking spaces • Electric car charging station • Private and communal gardens

    Sustainability Features
    • Thick insulation layers, air tightness detailing and ‘thermal
    mass', which act in combination to reduce the need for fuel use.
    • Space heating is provided throughout by remotely-controllable under floor heating, powered by highly
    efficient heat pumps. • To provide fresh air in winter,
    without chilly draughts, whole house heat recovery ventilation
    has been fitted. • To keep water use low, water saving WC's taps, and showers are fitted in bathrooms and kitchens.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

I love the stylish finishes at the walled garden - contemporary hassle free living at its very best.

Tom OrfordProperty agent

Local information

  • Sudbourne is a village near to Orford and Aldeburgh in the
  • Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It stretches from Sudbourne Beach on Orfordness across the Alde and Ore Estuary and fresh water marshes to farmland, Captain's Wood and Tunstall Forest. Sudbourne Park is located approximately 1 mile north of picturesque Orford and
  • approximately 9 miles from Melton where trains can be taken
  • to London and beyond. Orford is a small coastal town which was a port and a fishing village in the middle ages. It still has a fine mediaeval castle, built in 1171 to dominate the River Ore, and a Grade I listed parish church, St Batholomew's. A unique
  • geographical feature of the area is Orford Ness, the largest
  • ‘vegetated shingle spit' in Europe, running 10 miles south
  • from Aldeburgh.
  • Orford Ness was used from 1913 as an aircraft
  • testing facility, right up to the early 1970s when it was the site
  • of a powerful radar station as part of the Cold War defences;
  • today it has become a nature reserve run by the National Trust. The population of Orford greatly increases during the summer months due to its flourishing sailing club. As well as the Castle, Orford's attractions include river cruises, three pubs, a traditional village store and post office, a butcher's shop, the renowned Pump Street Bakery, and a restaurant; the Butley-Orford Oysterage.
  • The famous Snape Maltings art complex is located only 5 miles away. Snape Maltings is one of the world's leading centres of music, where you'll find inspiring concerts and festivals throughout the year, from the flagship Aldeburgh Festival to the folk, world and jazz of the Snape Proms. Aldeburgh also has literary, poetry and documentary festivals.

Additional information

  • Directions: what3words/// radiates.trace.oaks
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Share of Freehold. Lease Expiry: TBC
  • Service Charge: TBC
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: F