This much improved detached family home provides beautifully arranged accommodation complemented by well-proportioned rooms and secluded front and rear gardens, whilst located within a short walk of the excellent range of local facilities this very popular village has to offer.
Built approximately 30 years ago of brick construction with part rendered elevations beneath a tiled roof, the property offers recent improvements including a contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, upgraded bathrooms and plastered brick fireplace with wood burner, whilst benefiting from gas fired radiator central heating and double glazing. The well presented accommodation in brief comprises: Entrance door opening to Entrance Hall with stairs off to first floor and door to Cloakroom; with WC and vanity unit. Study: A versatile room with window to front. Sitting Room; a delightful reception room with fireplace with wood burner, enjoying views over front and rear gardens. French doors to Dining Room: An ideal reception for entertaining with window overlooking rear gardens. Kitchen Breakfast Room: Re fitted with an extensive range of modern units and built in appliances with space for a breakfast table and chairs. Window to rear and door to Utility; with range of units, work surfaces and gas fired boiler, stable door to rear and front gardens.
On the first floor is a landing with airing cupboard. There are four bedrooms, the largest complemented by wall to wall fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. A spacious family bathroom with bath and separate shower enclosure completes the accommodation.
The house is approached along a shingle driveway providing ample vehicle parking, turning space and access to the detached double garaging (see agents note) with twin up and over doors beneath a hipped slate roof with dovecote. To the front of the property and to the side of the garage there is a generous and fully enclosed hidden garden with mature hedging and well stocked with flowers, shrubs and a vegetable garden.This area could provide a private garden for any future annexe. To the side of the property there is a further enclosed paved courtyard which enjoys a South Westerly aspect and provides a sheltered area for outdoor entertaining. There is also the benefit of a timber log store, workshop/studio, potting shed and access into the garage.
The rear gardens are a particular feature and with the wide variety of mature shrubs, trees and flowers provide a good degree of privacy.There is also a paved terrace and a timber playhouse provides additional storage space. All in, approximately 0.2 of an acre.
The property is situated in a tucked away corner plot setting within a stones throw of the New Green which is eight acres of parkland with conservation area and children’s playground. It is close to the excellent range of local facilities that the village has to offer which include well-regarded schools with sporting facilities, library, shops and post office, garage, two public houses, community centre, village hall, cricket ground with pavilion and church. Thurston has its own rail station 5 minutes walk away and the village is situated within four miles of the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, which is linked by a national cycle route. Excellent access is gained to the A14 dual carriageway linking the East coast ports, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway, and access to Stowmarket with its main line link to London.
When entering Thurston from the direction of Mount Road and Bury St Edmunds, proceed under the railway bridge and take the second exit at the roundabout. Follow the road up Station Hill take the second right into Wheatfields. Proceed to the end of Wheatfields onto the shingle drive. The property is situated on the left.
All mains services are connected to the property. Council Tax Band E.
The detached garaging may provide scope and potential to be altered to form an annexe with its own private garden area (subject to the relevant planning permissions being approved by the local authority).