Agent Details


Tel: 020 8444 4004

Key Features

  • Large driveway
  • Double garage
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • Spacious rooms
  • Five bedrooms
  • Close to schools


This superb DETACHED five bedroom HOUSE, has recently undergone refurbishment. The property offers four reception rooms, up to five bedrooms and large gardens and is offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN.

This superb individual, non-estate, detached five bedroom house, extends to over 3,000 sq ft and has recently undergone a comprehensive refurbishment by the current owners. The accommodation has a versatile layout with four reception rooms and extensive gardens, extending to around 1/3rd of an acre (subject to survey). The property has considerable opportunity for either a “work at home” /studio office with independent staircase. The refurbishment included a range of upgrades, including remote roller shutter doors to the garages, fully repainted, new carpets throughout and refitted bathroom suites. In addition, the property occupies a prime location in the highly regarded Folly Road and is yet a few minutes’ walk to the services, schools, shops and amenities of the town. The property is offered with no onward chain.
The market town of Mildenhall is a thriving town with a great community, the town has a social club and Jubilee centre each hosting various events throughout the year, every Friday you can enjoy the local fresh products on the market stalls. A new community 'hub' is currently under construction with a new library, swimming pool, health centre, police and ambulance under its roof. Mildenhall already has strong sporting facilities, including cricket club established in 1876 set in a picturesque riverside setting. The town also has a football club, rugby club and The River Lark provides a popular fishing spot to permit holders in the town.

Tenure: Freehold
Parking: Double garage and off street parking on drive for several vehicles
Gardens: Substantial gardens to front, rear and side
Heating: Gas central heating to radiators
Doors/windows: Double glazing throughout
Council tax band (2020/21): F - £2,653.60
EPC rating band: C

Substantial entrance hall with sweeping staircase to first floor and leading to all reception rooms.
Comprising of low level wc and vanity unit with hand basin.
Double aspect windows with the room extending to over 30 feet with brick hearth housing open fireplace, new french doors to side and rear as well as large window to front.
Range and wall and base units, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, freestanding dish washer, integrated double oven with electric four ring hob. Window to rear and serving hatch through to:
Window to front and serving hatch to kitchen.
Open plan with potential as a breakfast room or study. Connected to conservatory with windows to three sides and French doors overlooking the rear gardens.
Base units, plumbing and space for washing machine, inset stainless steel sink. Door and window to rear.
Door to rear garden, pedestrian door to garage and stairs to first floor master bedroom.

Part galleried. Window to front.
Window to rear and two Velux windows to front, eave storage and access to rear staircase.
Window to rear.
New suite comprising of low level wc, pedestal hand basin and shower cubicle.
Window to front.
Window to front.
New suite comprising of low level wc, pedestal hand basin and bath.
Window to rear and door to studio/office/bedroom five.

The extensive gardens extend to around a 1/3rd of an acre with a driveway entrance through the stylish front curved wall, leading over substantial blocked paved driveway, giving off street parking for a number of vehicles. The front gardens include a range of mature shrubs, some in raised beds, together with lawned and low maintenance gravelled areas with a range of mature silver birch trees. The rear gardens which can be viewed from the Victorian style conservatory contain a mixture of lawned areas, raised shrub beds and substantial patio to the side.

Good sized two single garages with new electric remote roller shutter doors and access to side staircase. Refurbished to a good standard.

The Market town of Mildenhall is rich in its history and culture and has been an established settlement since the Stone Age with its unique Roman Silverware Collection which is known as "Mildenhall Treasure". Centred around an historical market place offering a good range of shopping, education and leisure services together with many local places of historical interest. Approximately two miles from the A11 five ways roundabout which gives access to Norwich to the North East and Newmarket (10 miles) and London to the South and Southwest. Other towns within travelling distance are Bury St Edmunds to the south east via the A1101.


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