See inside ‘one of the finest townhouses in Bury St Edmunds’, near Abbey Gardens and on market for £2 million
A classic Georgian townhouse with a courtyard garden is now available on the market in a Suffolk town.
Located within the medieval grid of Bury St Edmunds, 12 Angel Hill lies in a Georgian row of houses and sits close to the town’s Abbey Gardens.
It is now on sale with Savills with a guide price of £2,000,000.
The property was mainly built of brick in the 18th century, under a slate roof with steps leading up to a Georgian entrance porch.
It combines many of the qualities of a period townhouse: an extensive facade, well proportioned reception rooms, sash windows, open fireplaces, panelling and a private walled courtyard garden.
Property agent Katy Stephenson, associate director in the residential sales team at Savills in Suffolk, said: “This is one of the finest townhouses in Bury St Edmunds.
“It has been maintained to an exceptional standard throughout with superb flair, blending period charm with contemporary style.
“In addition there is a lovely walled garden and three private parking spaces.”
With rooms spread over four floors, the current owners completed a detailed renovation of 12 Angel Hill and the property now offers a blend of the classic and contemporary.
The ground floor accommodation features a great hall and double aspect reception room, a bar/reception room, a spacious dining room, a study room and a kitchen/breakfast room, with large cellars are accessed off the inner hall.
Leading up to the first floor landing is an impressive Georgian return staircase which gives access to the principal bedroom with sash windows and views over Angel Hill.
There are a further five bedrooms and six bath/shower rooms, five of which are en suite and the second floor also benefits from an upstairs lounge and utility room.
The walled courtyard garden of the property provides a high degree of privacy and the gardens are partially terraced and lawned with a raised terrace which is perfect for al fresco cocktails.
Access to the gardens can be gained from the house and via a back gate which leads through to parking for three cars, accessed via Looms Lane.