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4 Bedroom Detached house

West Street, Icklingham, IP28

£1,600 pcm Tenancy info

£1,846 Standard Deposit

Call the Bury St Edmunds branch on 01284 771040

Features:

  • 4 Bedroom Detached Family Home
  • Spacious Accomadation
  • Excellent Size Gardens (Inc Gardener)
  • Workshop and Outside Stuido
  • Immaculate Condition
  • Close To Mildenhall & Lakenheath

 

Property Description:

The Property:Leaders are delighted to offer this executive 4 bedroom detached family home located in the rural setting of Icklingham, the property offers spacious accomodation throughout including outside workshop and studio. Internally the property has undergone some refurbishment and is being offered in excellent condition comprising of Entrance porch/hallway, open plan fully fitted Kitchen and dining room with 2 x separate utility areas, excellent size dual aspect Lounge with rear access, downstairs master bedroom/family room with en-suite. Upstairs, 3 x further good size bedrooms and family bathroom providing excellent views over the countryside. Outside the property has off road parking to the front for 3 vehicles and side access leading to excellent size rear garden (gardener included) which is mainly laid to lawn, garden has separate spacious workshop and separate studio. The garden also boasts countryside views and various mature shrubs. The Area: Icklingham is a village and civil parish in the West Suffolk district of Suffolk in eastern England. It is located about 7 miles (11 km) north-west of Bury St Edmunds, 4 miles (6.4 km) south-east of Mildenhall and 9 miles (14 km) south-west of Thetford in Norfolk. The village is on the A1101 road between Bury St Edmunds and Mildenhall in the north-west of the county. The area around the village, characterised by a sandy gravel-laden soil, is known as Breckland.The village straddles the River Lark, a tributary to the Great Ouse. It was once navigable up to Bury St Edmunds, with locks installed; these are now redundant, the remains of at least one lock being visible near Icklingham. The village is characterised by flint and pale brick cottages. There were two thriving public houses, including the magnificent thatched Red Lion, in the village, but they both closed. However, in October 2019, the Red Lion was re-opened as the Guinness Arms.

Further Details

  • Avaliable from: Immediately
  • Pets:
    No

 

Call the Bury St Edmunds branch on 01284 771040