Frenesi Crescent Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP32 7PP£185,000
Frenesi Crescent, Bury St Edmunds
House - Bury St Edmunds Suffolk
Located on Frenesi Crescent within the popular Moreton Hall development in Bury St Edmunds, is this nicely presented end-of-terrace house. Offering open-plan accommodation to the ground floor with a modern kitchen and lounge, and a large double bedroom and modern bathroom to the first floor. A recently improved rear garden, plus allocated and visitor parking, make this a great ‘first-time’ or investment purchase.
A summary of the accommodation:
Open-plan kitchen and lounge/diner
The property also benefits from:
An improved fully enclosed rear garden
Additional useful vsitor parking
Gas-fired central heating
A viewing is strongly advised to appreciate the accommodation on offer!
Front door opens into:
Featuring a ceramic tiled floor, overhead lighting, radiator heating, power points, and phone point. Door to right opens into:
Featuring a ceramic tiled floor, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash-backs, WC, overhead lighting, radiator heating, and a UPVC frosted double glazed window to the front aspect.
From the entrance hall a part-glazed door opens into the:
Open plan Kitchen and lounge/diner: 18’9 x 12’3 (3.72m x 5.73m)
Split into two areas with the fitted kitchen leading into the lounge/diner beyond.
The kitchen area features a range of fitted eye and base level units with lighting and wood-effect work surfaces, inset sink with mixer tap and draining board, tiled splash-backs, and a Whirlpool electric fan-assisted oven with gas hob with extractor and lighting over. There is space for a slim-line freezer, and space and plumbing for a washing machine. The kitchen area also benefits from a ceramic tiled floor, overhead lighting, power points, a UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, and a gas combi-boiler which supplies the central heating and hot water. An under stairs cupboard with shelving – houses the fuse box.
Features a fitted carpet, overhead lighting, radiator heating, thermostat, power points, TV point, and a set of UPVC double glazed French doors to the rear aspect – which with side windows to either side provide a good amount of natural daylight into the room and also provide access to the improved rear garden.
A set of stairs rise off the lounge/dining area to the:
Featuring a fitted carpet, overhead lighting, radiator heating, power point, and a UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. Two doors lead off the bathroom and bedroom.
Bedroom: 12’3 x 10′ (3.72m x 3.63m max reducing to 2.22m)
Featuring a fitted carpet, overhead lighting, radiator heating, power points, a TV and phone point, a large UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. A range of built-in wardrobes, plus a further built-in cupboard provide ample storage space. The loft hatch with ladder provides access to the part-boarded roof space.
Bathroom: 1.99m x 1.71m
A clean modern fitted suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over – and a retractable glass shower screen, WC, a pedestal wash basin with tiled splash-backs and vanity cupboard with mirror over. The bathroom also features a soft-touch wood-effect vinyl floor, floor to ceiling tiled walls around the bath, a heated towel rail, an extractor fan and a UPVC frosted double glazed window to the front aspect.
To the front of the property is a small paved shingle area which marks the front boundary. To the left side of the property there is an allocated parking space, plus an additional visitor parking space – very useful for when you have friends or family over!
To the side of the property there is an access gate which provides access to the rear garden.
This is a nice low maintenance space, with an extensive paved patio and fully enclosed by fencing. A shed to the back of the garden provides a useful storage space. A gate provides access round the side of the property to the front.
On the Moreton Hall estate you will find a range of local amenities including a Tesco Express, cafe, pub, church, schools, and recreation grounds.
Bury St Edmunds main town centre is of historical interest – mainly for the ruins of the Abbey of St Edmund, which sit within the Abbey gardens.
The town has many shops including a purpose-built shopping centre – the ARC, public venues, several churches – including the Cathedral church of St James and St Edmund, a sports centre, and many schools catering for each stage of education.
In the town centre an open air market is usually held twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
In addition to the amenities offered by the town centre, there are also four superstores: Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Waitrose.
The A14 is within easy reach and provides a fast commute to Newmarket, Cambridge and Ipswich.
The town’s railway station provides regular hourly connections to Cambridge and Ipswich. At Cambridge you can travel to London on the Cambridge to London Liverpool Street line or London Kings Cross line.
You can also travel to Kings Lynn, Norwich, and Stansted Airport.
Miscellaneous property notes:
The property benefits from upvc double glazing.
The central heating is supplied via a gas-fired boiler.
Please note: statements regarding the number of power points are made on the basis of the number seen at the time of inspection.
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- 1 bed
- 1 bath
- Gas Heating
- Fully Fenced