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Spacious Suffolk family home with perfect paddock views on market for just under £1m

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Built in a period style, this substantial family house in a sought-after development on the edge of Newmarket sits in south-facing gardens and has far-reaching views over paddocks and fields.

On the market with Jackson-Stops, the house in the small Murray Park development was built in 2006 and the flexible accommodation extends to almost 2,900 sq ft. It is approached through electric cast-iron gates leading to a paved driveway, a well-maintained lawn, box hedging and flower beds.

The impressive reception hall has a large oak staircase to the first floor and is flanked by the dining room and sitting, each with a bay widow to the font and the latter with doors opening to the rear gardens. Also off the hall is a home office and cloakroom. The large, triple-aspect kitchen/breakfast/family room is at the back of the house and has an adjacent utility room.

The first floor has a large galleried landing. Overlooking the rear garden, the principal bedroom has a dressing room and en-suite bathroom. A guest bedroom also has en-suite facilities and there are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Ample parking is available in the driveway and detached double garage which has two electric up-and-over doors to the front. Two pedestrian gates lead to the attractive south-facing garden, a landscaped area enclosed by a brick wall with a lawn, flower and shrub beds, paved terrace, wooden pergola, water feature, outside lighting and water taps.

Main features of the property:

Guide price: £995,000

Edge-of-town location with stunning views over paddocks

Reception hall

Three reception rooms

Large kitchen/breakfast/family room

Utility room and cloakroom

Main bedroom with dressing room and en-suite

Three further double bedrooms, one with en-suite

Family bathroom

Double garage and garden store

Attractive south-facing garden

Murray Park is on the west side of the town and is within walking distance of the High Street amenities, as well as the train station which offers direct services to Cambridge. There is good access to the A14 and A11 (M11) and Cambridge is just 12 miles away.

More details via: 01638 662231 or jackson-stops.co.uk

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