34 Barton Grove, Kedington, CB9 7PT

A semi-detached family home

A great opportunity to purchase this semi-detached family home located in the village of Kedington. Kedington is a conveniently positioned, attractive and a well-served Suffolk village.

Call Morris Armitage on 01440 768668

£247,500

Specification

  • A semi-detached family home with potential to extend
  • Located in the sought after village location of Kedington
  • Would benefit from some updating
  • Kitchen, lounge/diner and full width conservatory
  • Three bedrooms and a family bathroom
  • A beautiful un-overlooked rear garden
  • With a garage, carport and parking for two/three vehicles
  • Fully double glazed and with gas central heating
  • Council Tax Band "C" £1605.43pa 2019/2020
  • Viewing is highly recommended NO CHAIN

A great opportunity to purchase this semi-detached family home located in the village of Kedington. Kedington is a conveniently positioned, attractive and a well-served Suffolk village. The 14th century Grade I Listed Church of St Peter and St Paul betrays the history of the village, but most of the current residential buildings are from the 16th Century onwards. Significant expansion in the twentieth century has brought excellent facilities including a well-regarded butchers, a general store/post office and further shops. There is a primary school, a public house, doctor’s surgery, a recreation ground and public amenity meadows. More comprehensive facilities are available in the nearby town of Haverhill (3 miles), the racing town of Newmarket (12 miles) and the University City of Cambridge (20 miles). There are mainline rail stations to London at Audley End (16 miles) and Cambridge and a bus service into Haverhill and onto Cambridge. London Stansted airport is approximately 30 miles away. The property boasts accommodation to include an entrance hallway, a lounge/diner, a kitchen and a full width conservatory on the ground floor. On the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle. There is scope to extend the property subject to the relevant planning consents. Outside to the front of the property is a garden area laid to lawn with a central tree feature. The remainder is block paved with a driveway leading under a carport to a single detached garage with an up and over door, power and lighting and offering ample parking. Side gated access leads you to the generous, un-overlooked, fully enclosed and well-tended rear garden. The garden is laid to lawn with patio areas, shingle and flower beds hosting an abundance of trees, shrubs, plants and flowers. Also benefiting from a wooden garden shed and a wooden summer house which will remain at the property. Fully double glazed and with oil fired central heating.Council Tax Band “C” £1605.43pa 2019/2020. Viewing is highly recommended.

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