Savills | Long Thurlow, Badwell Ash, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3JA | Property for sale
3,890 sq ft(361.39 sq m)
Guide price £899,000

Long ThurlowBadwell Ash, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3JA

  • Under offer

Key features

  • 5/6 Bedrooms and 4 bath/shower rooms
  • 3 delightful reception rooms
  • Impressive gated entrance
  • double garage and garden studio/games room
  • established gardens with small paddock
  • About 1.35 acres

An impressive village house set back from the road with light-filled accommodation and superb establish gardens.

About this property

  • The house dates back to 1980's and is a substantial family house offering spacious and light filled rooms. The ground floor is fully tiled with a central reception hall opening through to the reception rooms, a wet room and kitchen/ breakfast room. The family sitting room located to the front of the house continues to a snug area with wood burner and spiral staircase to the home office and first floor. There are doors through to a large drawing room with open fireplace and in-built display units. The large dining room also has an open fireplace. The kitchen features a comprehensive range of base and wall mounted units with an island, granite work tops with hot tap and an electric Aga. The kitchen opens into the breakfast room as well as connecting through to a well fitted utility with further units and iroko work tops, a side lobby and small study.
    The first floor has a large landing with cupboards and doors to the bedrooms and modern family bathroom. In addition there are two en-suites each with well-fitted shower rooms and built-in wardrobes. There are wooden floors on the first floor, numerous built in cupboards throughout the house, fitted wooden bespoke blinds and delightful views over the gardens from the majority of the rooms.
    The house is approached through the electric gates and culminates in a large turning and parking area which fronts a double garage. A side drive leads down through gates and past the gardens to a small paddock at the far end of the property. To the rear of the house is a wide terrace area with low level walls dividing seating areas as well as a covered loggia to the side of the house. There is also a studio/ games room to one side of the terrace. A path leads through the established gardens, past a circular pond and opens through to the delightful and established gardens.

    An overage clause exists on the far garden area and paddock of the property.

    Mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The house is well-positioned back from the road in a lovely village and the gardens are delightful.

Tom OrfordProperty agent

Local information

  • Cadogan House is wonderfully position back from the road
  • behind impressive electric gates and at the end of a circular driveway. The house is located in the peaceful hamlet of
  • Long Thurlow on the edge of Great Ashfield and benefits from
  • many walks and bridal ways nearby. The much larger villages
  • of Elmswell, Bacton and Badwell Ash are within easy reach and
  • provide excellent day to day shopping facilities, primary
  • schools and village pubs. Elmswell also has a train station
  • with direct links into Cambridge. The A14 is readily available
  • providing excellent access to the local market towns of Bury St
  • Edmunds and Stowmarket which both offer a much wider range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. Stowmarket also provides regular train services to London's Liverpool Street Station in approx. 75 minutes. The A14 also gives access to Newmarket, Cambridge, Ipswich, The M11 and national and motorway networks. Sporting amenities include racing
  • at Newmarket and golf at Stowmarket, Bury St Edmunds
  • and Worlington. There is river and sea fishing and sailing on the rivers Stour, Orwell, Alde and Deben. Independent Junior and Senior schools in the area include South Lee, Culford, Woodbridge, Framlingham College, Orwell Park and Old Buckenham.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Bury St Edmunds proceed eastbound on the A14 and take the Elmswell turning. After passing Elmswell church continue to the cross roads and turn left and continue north through Elmswell passing over the railway line and continue into Great Ashfield. Pass the turning to school Road and take the next right onto Ashfield Hill. At the T junction turn right and follow the road and the house will be seen on the left.
  • EPC Rating = D