St. Edmunds Road
- Two spacious bedrooms
- Second floor apartment
- Access to communal garage and parking
- Popular ip1 location
- Close to christchurch court and town centre
Entrance HallBoasting an entryphone system with a radiator, carpet flooring, an airing cupboard and a storage cupboard
Lounge19' 6" x 11' 2" narrowing to 13' 7" ( 5.94m x 3.40m narrowing to 4.14m )
Featuring two double glazed windows to the rear and carpet flooring, with a radiator, wall lights, a TV point and electic fireplace, and providing access to the kitchen.
Kitchen6' 4" x 8' 1" ( 1.93m x 2.46m )
The kitchen boasts a range of eye and base level units in wood with granite effect worktop surfaces, a circular stainless steel sink with chrome mixer tap and draining board, with a double glazed window above, a tiled backsplash, the boiler, tile effect vinyl flooring, and space for an oven and washing machine
Bedroom One11' 9" x 9' 9" ( 3.58m x 2.97m )
Featuring a double glazed window to the rear, with carpet flooring, a radiator and built in cupboards and overhead storage units
Bedroom Two11' 10" x 9' 6" ( 3.61m x 2.90m )
Featuring a double glazed window, carpet flooring and a radiator
Bathroom6' 5" x 6' 1" ( 1.96m x 1.85m )
Including a double glazed window, with tiled walls and carpet flooring, a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a bath with chrome taps, and a radiator
ExternalThis property comes with access to a communal garden and parking on block
LocationThis property can be found in a popular area of central Ipswich, only a short walk to the beautiful Christchurch Park and town centre, and all of the amenities offered there. This is a primarily residential area in close proximity of Ipswich school, and enjoys the benefit of a regular bus service that connects it with the northern areas of Ipswich including Castle Hill and the Whitehouse industrial estate.
Close to the Essex-Suffolk border, Ipswich boasts a prosperous high street that supports two indoor shopping centres along with a variety of both independent and chain stores; restaurants, cafes and takeaways catering a variety of different cuisines, pubs and bars supporting the town's vibrant night life, a large hospital, a range of both primary and secondary schools, and a wealth of entertainment and leisure activities, including gyms and swimming pools, cinemas and theatres, libraries and museums. The town is partially encircled by the A12 and A14 which grant easy access to Bury St Edmunds, Felixstowe and Colchester, along with the manned train station close to the town centre which runs a regular service to London Liverpool Street, both of which make the town an excellent choice for those with a commute
Agents NoteThis property has a lower lease of approximately 56 years. The vendor has recieved quotes through solicitors between £15,000 and £23,000 to get the lease extended to 146 years. This is information provided by the vendor so please do make your own enquiries.
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