The Paddocks, Tuddenham, Ipswich
Offers Over £325,000
3 bedroom bungalow for sale
A three bedroom detached bungalow benefiting from being in the quiet and popular village of Tuddenham. The property provides a large reception area leading into a large conservatory and the property offers countryside views via the rear garden and is tucked away in the corner of a quiet cul-de-sac.
Property compromises of three bedrooms, hidden en suite to master bedroom, family bathroom, good size kitchen, large lounge with adjoined large conservatory with stunning Countryside views.
There is off road parking for two cars, double glazing, oil fired central heating.
As agents, we recommend the earliest possible enquiry where we can release our 3D video walkthrough viewing, to appreciate the exceptional value of accommodation on offer.
Situation: Tuddenham is a highly sought after and picturesque village offering amenities including village church, public house - Tuddenham Fountain which has a very good reputation, bus service to Ipswich.
Fabulous walks are within minutes through the Fynn Valley.
Walking alongside the river Fynn to the west is Witnesham with The Historic Barley Mow Public House (Home of Giles the Cartoonist) Fynn Valley Golf Course, Driving Range and Restaurant.
Witnesham is famed for two Victoria Cross Winners Samuel Turner (1826 – 1868) and Spencer John Bent (1891 – 1977)
Playford, Little Bealings and Martlesham are on the east before joining the Deben at Kyson’s Point Woodbridge
The nearby village of Westerfield with it's Railway Station is just one stop from Ipswich (Approximately One Hour to London Liverpool Street)
The Market Town of Ipswich is less than ten minutes drive with its fabulous Marina, Restaurants and bars.
Ipswich (The county town of Suffolk) and offers a wide variety of shopping, commercial and leisure facilities, which includes a full range of sports clubs and societies, and high street stores.
There is an excellent choice of schools within both the state and private sectors which caters for all age groups.
Sailing and golfing facilities are both available within the town or on the popular Suffolk Heritage Coast
The town has good access to various road networks via the A12 to the south with links to London and the M25 and via the A14 to The Midlands and M11.
The railway station provides mainline railway links to London’s Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of sixty minutes.
The popular Suffolk Heritage Coast is a short drive to the North via the A12 and Tuddenham St Martin provides good access to various road networks via the A12 with links to London and the M25 or alternatively via the A14 to The Midlands and M11.
Local Authority: East Suffolk Council
Council Tax Band: At the time of instruction the council tax band for this property is Band C.
w: 3.66m x l: 2.74m
Double glazed window to side, a fully fitted kitchen comprising a selection of wall and base level units, one bowl sink and drainer unit set into work surfaces, integrated electric oven, electric induction hob and cooker hood over, space for washing machine, space for dishwasher, coved ceiling.
w: 4.27m x l: 3.66m
Solid oak flooring, two oil fired radiators, coved ceiling, TV point, double glazed windows to rear, door front entrance hall, access into conservatory, marble hearth and surround with electric fire inset.
w: 3.35m x l: 3.35m
UPVC construction with a brick base, ceramic flooring, radiator, doors from lounge and doors to garden, scenic views of countryside.
w: 3.05m x l: 2.44m
Double glazed window to front, fitted wardrobe, oil fired radiator, hidden door within fitted wardrobe revealing en suite.
Walk-in power shower cubicle, fully tiled, heated towel rail, coved ceiling, low level wc, vanity wash hand basin, double glazed window to rear.
w: 3.96m x l: 2.44m
Double glazed window to rear, oil fired radiator, coved ceiling and solid oak flooring.
w: 3.96m x l: 1.83m
Double glazed window to front, coved ceiling, oil fired radiator and solid oak flooring(currently being used as a dining room).
Double glazed window to rear, coved ceiling, wash hand basin, oil fired radiator, shaver point, low level wc, panel bath with shower screen, shower attachment with rainfall shower, fully tiled.
The rear garden has full access from both sides of the property and there is a timber outbuilding, scenic field views, patio and oil tank.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of these details, it should be noted that the measurements are approximate only. Floorplans are for representation purposes only and prepared according to the RICS Code of Measuring Practice by our floorplan provider. Therefore, the layout of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and should be regarded as such by any prospective purchaser. Any internal photographs are intended as a guide only and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture/fittings are included in any sale. Where shown, details of lease, ground rent and service charge are provided by the vendor and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as the information may not have been verified and further checks should be made either through your solicitor/conveyance. Where appliances, including central heating, are mentioned, it cannot be assumed that they are in working order, as they have not been tested. Please also note that wiring, plumbing and drains have not been checked.