Waldingfield Road, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 0PP
The journey into Orchard View begins through an inviting entrance hall, where a solid oak front door, flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows, sets the tone for a modern and welcoming atmosphere. The hall, adorned with patterned tiled flooring transitioning seamlessly into an engineered oak herringbone floor, guides you towards the main reception room. An open staircase leads to the first floor, while solid wooden doors unveil the various spaces within.
The kitchen/dining/living room, a standout feature of the property, spans the rear expanse. Offering panoramic views of the rear garden through large windows and five-panel bifold doors, this space seamlessly connects to a raised terrace seating area. The kitchen is an epitome of contemporary design, boasting a central island with a breakfast bar, light stone effect worktops, and a suite of integrated appliances. A spacious dining area and a snug-like seating enclave further enhance the room's appeal. Adjacent is the utility space, mirroring the kitchen's design and equipped with integrated amenities.
The sitting room, with its strip pine floor and front-facing window, exudes formality, providing a charming retreat.
The master bedroom, stretching from front to back, offers a double-aspect view, an engineered oak floor, and triple bifold doors leading to a private terrace. The ensuite bathroom complements the room's elegance with a four-piece suite and attractive tiled surrounds.
A versatile fourth bedroom/study, positioned at the front, enjoys garden views and practical built-in storage. The cloakroom features a close-coupled WC, washbasin with a mixer tap, and a vanity unit.
The first floor unfolds with a landing leading to two double bedrooms, each with its own unique charm. The family bathroom, adorned with a three-piece suite, contributes to the property's overall allure.
Orchard View's exterior is a testament to its allure, featuring a secluded position reached through a shingle driveway. The front garden, beautifully landscaped, leads to a garage and off-road parking. The rear garden is a haven of tranquillity, with a large terrace, lawn, mature shrubs, trees, and a vegetable garden.
THE LOCATION Sudbury presents an inviting shopping experience with a diverse array of stores catering to various needs. The town is renowned for its vibrant Thursday and Saturday markets, where locals and visitors can explore stalls offering fresh produce, artisan goods, and more. Dining options in Sudbury are abundant, with a mix of restaurants, cafes, and traditional English pubs. You can relish everything from classic British dishes to international cuisine, often prepared with locally sourced ingredients. For culture enthusiasts, Sudbury has much to offer. It's steeped in history and home to attractions like Gainsborough's House, the birthplace of the famous artist Thomas Gainsborough, and the exquisite St. Peter's Church. The Quay Theatre hosts live performances and cultural events, enhancing the town's cultural scene.
Nature lovers will find the picturesque countryside surrounding Sudbury perfect for walking, cycling, and leisurely strolls along the scenic River Stour. The town itself boasts parks and green spaces for relaxation and recreational activities. Families will appreciate the variety of educational institutions, including primary and secondary schools, and further education colleges. Sudbury's healthcare facilities are conveniently accessible, with the Sudbury Community Health Centre and numerous pharmacies offering essential services.
The town's excellent transportation links make it an ideal home base for those wishing to explore nearby towns and regions. Sudbury has its own train station, providing direct connections to London Liverpool Street and neighboring towns. Reliable bus services further expand the connectivity, making it easy to venture out and explore. Station Road in Sudbury also opens the door to a world of neighboring towns to explore. A short drive away is Long Melford, known for its historic village, antique shops, and the grand Holy Trinity Church. A 30-minute drive takes you to Bury St. Edmunds, a thriving market town with historical attractions like the Abbey Gardens and a wide array of shopping and dining options. Heading south, you'll discover Colchester, a vibrant town with a rich history, a zoo, a castle, and various cultural attractions. To the east lies Ipswich, approximately 20 miles away, offering an even broader spectrum of amenities, including shopping centers, museums, and a lively waterfront area.
KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY ROOM 31' x 12' 2" (9.45m x 3.71m)
SITTING ROOM 10' 9" x 9' 10" (3.28m x 3m)
MASTER BEDROOM 19' 3" x 13' 9" (5.87m x 4.19m)
BEDROOM 4/STUDY 11' 9" x 7' 10" (3.58m x 2.39m)
BEDROOM 2 15' x 10' 11" (4.57m x 3.33m)
BEDROOM 3 15' x 10' 10" (4.57m x 3.3m)
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