The Street, Aldham, Ipswich, IP7 6NH | Property for sale | Savills
3,542 sq ft(329.06 sq m)
Guide price £795,000

The StreetAldham, Ipswich, IP7 6NH

  • Under offer

Key features

  • No onward chain
  • Substantial family home
  • Kitchen/breakfast room with AGA and integrated appliances
  • Principal bedroom with spacious dressing room and en suite
  • Ample parking and double garage

Superb family home with wonderful field views.

About this property

  • Fulwood is a superb family home, set back from the road with a delightful garden overlooking field views. Originally built by our clients in the 1970s with subsequent extensions to create a spacious detached house.

    The accommodation flows remarkably well, with well-proportioned reception rooms. The kitchen/breakfast room is a particularly well designed space with granite work surfaces, island, four door AGA and integrated Neff appliances.

    Off the kitchen is a cosy sitting room, which leads through to a wonderful dining room, with a bay window overlooking the garden, and on to the drawing room. This fantastic living space has sliding doors on to the garden and double doors on to a large conservatory.

    The upstairs accommodation comprises four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The principal bedroom is an especially pleasant room with an expansive dressing room and en suite bathroom.

    Fulwood has a private garden to the rear of the property with a terrace, borders and lawn. There is ample parking and a turning circle to the front, and a double garage.


    SERVICES
    Mains water, electricity and drainage; oil fired central heating.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Fulwood is a fantastic property: very spacious with well proportioned rooms. I especially love the drawing room and the dining room, which has a charming bay window, with views over the garden and surrounding fields.

Alexander McNabProperty agent

Local information

  • Mentioned in Domesday Book, Aldham is a rural village in south Suffolk, with a rare 14th century round-tower church. More recently, it has been used as a filming location for The Detectorists.
  • Wolves Wood, one of the seven ancient woodlands within Suffolk, is to the south of the village. Managed by the RSPB, it boasts a wide variety of flora and fauna, including nightingales and dragonflies.
  • The neighbouring village of Elmsett (1 mile) has a public house, village store and post office, village hall, primary school and two churches.
  • Hadleigh (3.1 miles) is a popular and attractive market town, believed to be the burial site of ninth century King of East Anglia, Guthrum. Hadleigh offers a wonderful array of amenities including well-regarded public houses (The George is “worth a visit”, according to the Good Pub Guide), a range of independent shops and supermarkets, and a primary and secondary school. The annual Hadleigh Show is one of the oldest agricultural shows in East Anglia.
  • Ipswich (8 miles), the county town of Suffolk, offers a wide selection of shopping, commercial and leisure facilities including a number of sports clubs and societies, restaurants, theatres and high street stores. A railway station offers direct trains to London Liverpool Street (from 65 minutes).
  • Education provisions in the area are excellent, as well as schools in Elmsett and Hadleigh, there are renowned prep and public schools locally including Old Buckenham Hall, Littlegarth, Finborough and Ipswich.
  • All mileages and times are approximate

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E
  • Tenure = Freehold