Sicklesmere, Bury St. Edmunds

£600,000

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Amber House is a substantial, discreetly positioned four bedroom detached residence sat within a generously sized plot in the quaint village of Sicklesmere just a short distance from Bury St Edmunds. Upon approach this property stands out thanks to its 'Scandinavian architectural style' and established, private wrap around garden.

Sicklesmere is a quiet, picturesque Suffolk village a short distance South of Bury St Edmunds that makes use of a well regarded Public House and village shop. Running through the village is the River Lark, a tributary of The Great River Ouse. Nearby also is Nowton Park, providing almost 200 acres of landscaped Suffolk countryside.

Entrance is gained into the sizeable, light and airy vestibule. This space is bright thanks to a large glass door...
Amber House is a substantial, discreetly positioned four bedroom detached residence sat within a generously sized plot in the quaint village of Sicklesmere just a short distance from Bury St Edmunds. Upon approach this property stands out thanks to its 'Scandinavian architectural style' and established, private wrap around garden.

Sicklesmere is a quiet, picturesque Suffolk village a short distance South of Bury St Edmunds that makes use of a well regarded Public House and village shop. Running through the village is the River Lark, a tributary of The Great River Ouse. Nearby also is Nowton Park, providing almost 200 acres of landscaped Suffolk countryside.

Entrance is gained into the sizeable, light and airy vestibule. This space is bright thanks to a large glass door and windows as well as an open step Oak staircase and textured glass doors allowing light flow from neighbouring rooms. Adjacent to the hallway is the versatile, open planned kitchen/diner fit with sleek black and white units complimented by stone-effect counter tops. This space further benefits from dual aspect views of the the established garden space surrounding. Spanning the width of the property is the conservatory which is a useable space thanks to the 'temperature controlled glass' and dual sliding doors providing access to the garden. Set within the centre of the accommodation is the study, providing the perfect, quiet working space whilst also enjoying an abundance of natural light courtesy of a window overlooking the conservatory. To the first floor are four well appointed double bedrooms, of which the master, bedroom two and three, boast vast integral wardrobe space. Bedroom two also enjoys dual aspect windows. The traditional family bathroom makes a feature of an arch top window and, peach tiled splash backs with painted wooden floorboards.

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