A classically styled and extremely well presented five-bedroom detached family home, located in an elevated position with stunning southerly views across the Stour Valley offering c2,400 square feet of accommodation set within an enviable plot of c0.34 acres.
Five Bedrooms | Three bathrooms | EPC D.
St. Edmunds House is approached by a winding pathway that meanders through the beautifully landscaped grounds.
Upon entering through the front door you are greeted by an imposing staircase that provides access to the first floor, with doors leading off to the downstairs WC, Kitchen/dining/family room and the formal drawing room.
The kitchen is comprised of high quality full height units with a complementary granite topped central island housing a Siemens induction hob and sink. A Siemens combination oven as well as a further Siemens steamer oven with plate warming drawer are all located at eye level. A full height fridge and separate freezer complete the kitchen area.
Double doors to the front provide stunning views over the garden and Stour Valley beyond. A dining area, as well as a utility cupboard that provides space for a washing machine and tumble dryer conclude the room.
The drawing room provides an enviable entertaining space, with cosy log burner and further views over the garden, an impressive dining room with vaulted ceiling completes the ground floor.
A flight of stairs from the dining room lead to an excellent guest bedroom, which easily rivals the master bedroom in terms of specification and grandeur. A walk-in wardrobe plus a very well-appointed en-suite make the guest suite an ideal option for buyers looking for annexe style accommodation within the footprint of the main residence.
The main landing accessed via stairs from the entrance hall provides entry to four further bedrooms, including the master bedroom with windows to two elevations, providing further far reaching views of the Stour Valley, a Jack and Jill style four piece en-suite can be accessed via the master bedroom or landing.
A further three piece family bathroom is located at the opposite end of the landing. Two further double bedrooms and a good size single completes the internal accommodation of St. Edmunds House. OUTSIDE
St Edmunds House is very well screened from the lane and stands in partly walled gardens extending to approximately 0.34 acres with some stunning views over the Stour Valley.
Approached through substantial, electronically operated gates, the gravel drive leads to an initial parking / turning area where there are raised vegetable beds and a timber green house. The gravel driveway continues along the walled boundary to a further parking area in front of the double garage.
Shallow steps lead up to the garden with lawn, well stocked flower and shrub beds. The garden benefits from a southerly aspect, as does the paved terrace area which provides a secluded setting with a most attractive brick wall. LOCATION
St. Edmunds House is situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Bures, which has a good range of local facilities including a post office, doctor's surgery, primary school, and two public houses.
Further shopping and recreational facilities are available in the nearby market town of Sudbury which is about 5 miles away and Colchester which has a wide range of shopping and leisure amenities as well as some excellent schools in both the state and private sector. Bures has a highly regarded C of E Primary School.
For the commuter, Bures offers branch line rail service to London Liverpool Street via Marks Tey or there is mainline rail service from Colchester or Marks Tey taking approximately 50 minutes from the later. There are also frequent buses running to Colchester, Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds.