- Updated On:
- September 28, 2021
The flat is within easy walking distance of Sudbury’s town centre which is an historic town set within the pretty Stour Valley dating back to the 8th Century and famous for its beautiful and unspoiled water meadows. There are also many fine examples of Medieval, Tudor and Georgian property together with Victorian housing built at the time of the silk weaving trade which is still current today. The town provides an excellent range of shops, schools and recreational facilities including clubs for football, cricket, rugby, tennis, bowls, a very popular rowing club and many others. There is a wonderful quayside theatre and bar with a swimming pool/leisure complex situated beside the water meadows and river Stour. The town’s train station is also within easy walking distance and provides a link to the London to Colchester line with fast services on to Liverpool Street is also within easy walking distance of the property.
ENTRANCE HALL With intercom, door to front and power point.
LOUNGE 15′ 8″ x 17′ 4″ (4.78m x 5.28m) Narrowing to 11’6″ living area to 8′ bed area with 1’8″ wardrobe recess.
Windows to front and side elevations, TV point, power point, telephone point.
KITCHEN AREA With work surface and inset single drainer stainless steel sink with one drawer and one cupboard under. Work surface adjoining with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, with drawer and cupboard to sides. Space for electric cooker with work surfaces adjoining with drawer and cupboard under, space for fridge and larder cupboard to side, part tiling to walls, power points.
BATHROOM Panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and fitted extractor fan.
GARDENS The communal gardens are located to the rear of the property and are of a good size