Drinkstone Road, Gedding, Bury St. Edmunds, IP30
4 bedroom Detached House for sale: Drinkstone Road, Gedding, Bury St. Edmunds, IP30
- 4 Bedroom Detached Period Property
- Grade II Listed
- Dating Back to the 16th Century
- 10 Acre Paddock with Stabling (STS)
- Range of Outbuildings with Residential Conversion Potential
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Idyllic Location
- No Onward Chain
- 2 Full Bathrooms
- Mains Drainage
Grade II Listed Grange dating back to the 16th Century. Approximately 10 Acre paddock with stabling. Range of outbuildings providing garaging and storage with conversion potential. Further substantial outbuilding which has previously had planning permission for conversion to a residential dwelling.
Grade II Listed Grange dating back to the 16th Century. Approximately 10 Acre paddock with stabling. Range of outbuildings providing garaging and storage with residential conversion potential. Further substantial outbuilding which has previously had planning permission for conversion to a residential dwelling.
Timber 5 bar gate leading to extensive stable/yard area laid mainly to hard standing concrete and shingle.
Main House - With oil fired central heating.
Rear door opens from stable/yard/parking area into modern kitchen/breakfast room. Extended from the original building and featuring triple aspect sash windows and Travertine flooring. There is a large traditional AGA set into inglenook fireplace with concealed down lighting. The fitted kitchen consists of a range of wall and floor mounted units to include electric double oven, double white enamel farmhouse style sink. The large central island features a glass ceramic electric hob, power points, under counter recess for breakfast stools, plus ample storage. There is space at the far end for additional seating and or dining. Wooden latch door leads directly into staircase providing access to small loft storage area. Door leads through into:
Sitting Room / Snug
Terracotta tiled flooring, exposed beam to central area, large sash window to front aspect, built in feature wood burning set into inglenook style fireplace, two further doors lead into internal hallway and Lounge.
The utility room is located just off of the kitchen and sitting room and features tiled flooring, built in worktop with provision under for washing machine and tumble dryer. There is space for large American style fridge/freezer with water hook up provision.
Sash windows to dual aspect, exposed feature beams plus large inglenook fireplace with brick surround with inset multifuel stove on tiled base. Further doors provides access to and from:
The main front door for the property opens into the Entrance Lobby.
Accessed via the Main Entrance lobby and by the internal hallway. Large sash window to front aspect, exposed original wall and ceiling beams. Small open fireplace with feature exposed brick backing set into inglenook style recess.
The internal hallway runs through the central of the property and provides access to:
Family ground floor bathroom
Tiled flooring throughout, exposed beamed ceiling; white suite consisting of high level W.C., freestanding roll top bathtub; hand basin set into vanity unit with 2 door storage, fully tiled double walk in shower area with thermostatic waterfall shower head; wall mounted radiator with chrome towel rail.
Large study room with sash window to front aspect; large brick built fireplace with tiled base and iron grate. Inset wooden shelving units to both sides with low level storage cupboards.
Staircase to first floor landing
With wooden door to airing/storage cupboard
4.9m x 3.8m
Feature exposed wall and floor beams.
4.6m x 4.5m
Large bedroom with solid wood flooring; sash window to front aspect; feature iron fireplace and exposed wall and floor beams.
6.0m x 5.3m
Large bedroom with solid wood flooring; sash window to front aspect; exposed wall and floor beams.
Fitted solid wood flooring; dual aspect windows; white suite comprising of low level W.C., pedestal hand basin; panelled bath tub. Built in storage cupboard housing hot water cylinder.
5.8m x 5.0m
Fireplace recess; exposed floor and ceiling beams; sash window to front aspect plus further wooden frames window to side aspect. Open doorway leading into:
With external window
There is large workshop space available accessed via 2 sets of large wooden doors; allowing for storage and workspace for multiple vehicles, with car lift and separate office space. Workshop max. measurements 11.9m x 6.4m (including office). Additional left hand side storage garage 6.5m x 3.1m. Further right hand side garage with internal access from main workshop 4.7m x 6.7m.
A run of buildings providing alternative uses such as stabling, workshop, plus storage areas including an additional hay barn behind.
2 paddocks approaching 1 acre off of the main yard provide further equestrian accommodation or, subject to planning permission, provide a building plot with private access. Between the paddocks and Drinkstone Road is a pleasant small woodland area.
Currently used as storage space. With lapsed planning (Reference 2874/15) for conversion to a residential dwelling, which could provide ideal annex or rental accommodation. A full set of existing architects plans are available for the conversion. For further information please contact MAC Estates.
The 10 Acre Paddock is located on the opposite side of the adjacent Drinkstone Road and accessed via a 5 bar gate. There is a borehole which provides water to drinking troughs. Power currently runs from the mains house supply, however the close proximity to overhead cabling provides the provision for a future separate supply.
Supports speeds up to 80Mbps (Source: OpenReach)
Council Tax Band G
Tel: 01842 810556