Woolpit, Bury St. Edmunds

  • Per month £1,600/pcm

Overview

  • House - Detached
  • Property Type
  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 0
  • Bathroom

Description

LOCATION:

31 Wright’s Way is conveniently placed in the desirable, well-served and vibrant village of Woolpit, situated between Bury St. Edmunds (nine miles) and Stowmarket (seven miles) with its mainline rail link that facilitates the ideal commute coupled with A14 ease-of-access to Cambridge-Ipswich-London and beyond. Woolpit dates to at least the 10th century and derives from ‘wulf-pytt’, meaning a pit for trapping wolves, as according to legend the last wolf in England was trapped here in the 12th century. There is a thriving local business community: The Swan Inn public house, Co-op village store with post office, two tea rooms, fish and chip shop, gallery and antiques store. Reputable private and state schools, an eclectic range of high street and independent shops, and some of the country’s finest restaurants – including the only Michelin star in Suffolk – and leisure facilities can be found within a short drive. Refer to our downloadable brochure.

FULL DETAILS:

31 Wright’s Way displays many stylish features throughout with originally home-owner convenience in mind and now for the enjoyment of all. The three-storey accommodation measures approximately 1520 sq ft (141.3 sq m). Likely to suit a broad range of tenants, whether a temporary family home for those recently sold or commuting professionals – all who desirable relaxed village living with off-street parking, garage and outdoor amenity.

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall

Panelled front door opens to useful entrance hall with part attractive Welsh slate floors in ‘old fashioned green’ and part herringbone oak floor. Hive smart thermostat. Phone point. Window to side aspect with visibility of garage and off-street parking area. Stairs rising to First Floor. Radiator. Doors to:

Cloakroom

Window to side aspect. Suite comprising wall-mounted basin with mixer tap and low-level wc. Welsh slate floor theme continues. Radiator.

Open-Plan Sitting Room

7.55 x 4.74 (24’9″ x 15’6″)
Tripartite window to front garden parking aspect. Phone and TV points. Comfortably laid out with its striking herringbone engineered oak flooring and mustard yellow feature wall. Powerpoint with USB enabled charging ports. Radiator. Leads through to:

Open-Plan Dining Room

4.74 x 3.35 – subdivided (15’6″ x 10’11” – subdivi
The intimate dining area continues the herringbone engineered oak flooring theme with stylish adjustable designer pendant light taking centre stage. Breakfast bar with integrated 50 bottle wine cooler.

Conservatory

2.80 x 2.70 (9’2″ x 8’10”)
Accessed from the dining area, a glazed sliding door opens into a pleasant conservatory with 270 degree garden view and pair of glazed French doors opening to the sun terrace. Carpeted.

Open-Plan Kitchen Area

4.74 x 3.35 – subdivided (15’6″ x 10’11” – subdivi
A meticulously designed kitchen space revolves around a u-shaped solid oak counter top with Belfast sink and mixer tap inset with a variety of base units in matt white contrasting the floor-to-ceiling pull-out larder in sage green with shelving and spice drawers either side and fitted with useful power points behind. Integrated appliances include Smeg five-ring gas hob including wok burner, Smeg double oven and grill with plate warmer – both in stainless steel, Neff dishwasher. Window to garden aspect. Recessed lighting. Radiator. Welsh slate floor in traditional green continues through opening to:

Utility Room

A useful separate utility space with dual aspect windows to front and rear and part-glazed external door to garden. Solid oak countertops inset with Belfast sink and extendable mixer tap with a variety of base and mounted units in matt white. Freestanding stainless steel Samsung fridge/freezer with drinks dispenser. Wall-mounted combi boiler. Recessed lighting. Radiator.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Stairs rising from Entrance Hall ascends to a landing area with window to side aspect and further stairs to second floor. Airing cupboard housing water cylinder. Spotlighting. Radiator.

Bedroom Four

2.47 x 2.22 (8’1″ x 7’3″)
Single bedroom with window overlooking front parking aspect. Currently laid out as the ideal study area. Radiator.

Bedroom Three

3.44 x 2.66 (11’3″ x 8’8″)
Good size double bedroom with window to rear garden aspect fitted with curtain pole. Currently setup as nursery. Radiator.

Bedroom Two

4.26 x 2.41 (13’11” x 7’10”)
Good size double bedroom with window to front aspect fitted with curtain pole. Storage recess. TV and phone points. Radiator.

Shower Room

Luxuriously appointed shower room part clad in floor to ceiling metro-style tiles comprising: large walk-in rain shower with screen and storage recess, vanity unit with oval basin and mixer tap inset and low-level wc. Mirror. Extractor fan. Frosted mirror to rear aspect. Heated towel rail. Travertine floor tiles.

SECOND FLOOR

Bedroom One

7.43 x 3.85 (24’4″ x 12’7″)
A stunning converted attic vaulted principal bedroom suite spans the entirety of the top floor and is truly the showstopper of the home. Attention to detail throughout such as the woven rope detailing makes this a soulful and uplifting space. Mix of runway of recessed lighting and wall lights. Three skylights fitted with privacy blinds and further window.

Bath En-Suite

Sumptuous and decadent freestanding bath tub enhances the relaxed ambience. Mosaic tiled feature wall with taps. Extractor fan. Travertine tiled floor. Recessed lighting. Capped floor fitted power points. Enclosing housing water cylinder.

GARDEN, OFF-STREET PARKING & GARAGE

Approached along Wright’s Way, the property is well situated in a cul-de-sac with large block paved off-street parking area. A front garden lawn area with pathway to front entrance and pathway to gated side passage to a manicured rear garden and recently landscaped for low-maintenance. Sun terrace tiered with sleepers and raised beds to maximise outdoor amenity. Fully enclosed. Outdoor tap. Ring security system.

Garage

5.11 x 2.88 (16’9″ x 9’5″)
With up and over door, light and power.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

TENURE
The property is offered to rent and is available NOW.

SERVICE
Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Gas-fired central heating. NOTE: none of the services have been tested by the agent.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Mid-Suffolk District Council (0300 123 4000)
Band D – £1,843.59 (2021/2022). NB Charge exempt for visiting USAF.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Strictly by prior appointment through the landlord’s managing agent: Whatley Lane. If there is anything of particular importance, please contact us to discuss, especially before embarking upon your journey to view the property.

DIRECTIONS (IP30 9TY):
From London/Cambridge/Bury St. Edmunds (by car) exit the M11 at Junction 9 and take the A11 towards Newmarket. Continue west on the A14 towards Ipswich, passing Bury St. Edmunds. Exit the A14 at Junction 47, signposted ‘Ixworth‘ A1088. At the roundabout, take the first exit signposted ‘Woolpit’. Continue along entering Woolpit for 0.8 mile and at the mini-roundabout, take the third exit into Church Road. Continue along passing the Co-Op on the right hand side and The Bull Inn on the left hand side until almost leaving the village, turn left signposted ‘Wright’s Way’. Enter the development and No. 31 can be found on the left hand side at end of the cul-de-sac, marked by our distinctive To Let board.

Property Documents

Brochure
EE_0275_064_084
  • Postcode IP30 9TY

Details

Updated on December 13, 2021 at 4:37 pm
  • Price: Per month £1,600/pcm
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathroom: 0
  • Property Type: House - Detached

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