24 Hornings Park, Bury St. Edmunds IP29 5AL, UK
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Last Sold: SEP 2012
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AI think: £243,447
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Agents think: £255,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £265,082
Mortimer and Gausden Ltd Agent Valuation of this property is £255,000
Village living at its very best - If you love the idea of being part of village life, but don't want to live too far away from the town, this well appointed terraced home might be perfect!
The property, which has no upward chain, occupies a pleasant position, overlooking a small green and within 3 miles of Bury St. Edmunds. Set in private gardens with allocated parking this lovely home would be perfect for investment, first time buyers or those people looking to downsize.
Horringer is possibly one of the most popular villages in the area. There is a strong sense of community within the village centred around the church, community centre, primary school and 2 public houses/restaurants. The National Trust Ickworth Park is also within easy walking distance of the property. The market town of Bury St. Edmunds is around 2 miles away and offers an extensive range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities. The A14 can also be easily accessed which leads to Ipswich, Cambridge & London via the M11. These locations can also be easily reached by rail.
As previously mentioned, the property offers well-proportioned accommodation and is being sold with the benefit of having no upward chain. The heating is provided by an energy efficient electric system serving radiators and there is also sealed unit glazing.
In our opinion, the house would be perfect for first time buyers, young families or indeed those people looking to downsize. The house would also rent out very easily making it a worthy addition to anyone's investment portfolio.
On the ground floor: A spacious entrance hall with cloakroom off, gives access to the kitchen and sitting room. A staircase leads to the first floor and has a useful understair cupboard. The kitchen has a front facing aspect overlooking the open green. The kitchen is fitted with ample cupboards and worktop surfaces together with a built-in oven, hob and cooker hood. The sitting room/dining room is a lovely sunny space with wood flooring and glazed doors which open into the garden.
On the first floor: There are 2 bedrooms and a modern fitted bathroom. Both bedrooms are double rooms and Bedroom 1 is of a particularly generous size.
The property overlooks a pleasant open green and has small front gardens which are enclosed by hedging. The rear garden enjoys a sunny aspect and affords a good degree of privacy. Designed to be low maintenance with artificial grass and block paved patio the gardens include a timber garden shed and a rear pedestrian access which leads to the allocated parking.
Hornings Park is a private development and there is an annual charge of approximately £300 to cover the cost of communal landscaping.
From the town, proceed south west on the A143. Leave Bury St Edmunds and head into Horringer. On entering the village Hornings Park is the first turning on the left and the property will be found facing the green and marked by our for sale board.
Kitchen (2.84m x 2.31m min (9'4 x 7'7 min))
Sitting Room /Dining Room (5.54m max a 3.35m (18'2 max a 11'0))
Bedroom 1 (5.11m max x 2.84m (16'9 max x 9'4))
Bedroom 2 (3.35m x 3.00m max0.30m (11'0 x 9'10 max1))
Bathroom (2.36m x 2.11m (7'9 x 6'11))