Ipswich - Sold STC

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2 Martin road, Ipswich
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Wooden floor
  • Working fireplaces
  • Corner plot
  • Spacious and secluded rear garden
  • Off street parking

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Edwardian houses make for fantastic family homes and this is no exception as it combines character and warmth in abundance. A cosy front living room will see you enjoying the fireplace in the winter while the large sash windows will keep the space well lid all year round.

When it is time for a meal, you will find the dining room adjacent to the kitchen and an ever so practical small utility room, the wooden floor just adds the period character in your second reception room.

Ascend upstairs…
And you will find three double bedrooms with white wooden floor boards adding a little modern chic to this period home. As most Edwardian maisonettes the roof space would certainly allow for a future project regarding further accommodations.
Straight away you will appreciate that this property is not only a corner plot but it is elevated and set back from the quiet streets around it, it is therefore creating a Front garden which may make for an attractive feature or a future front drive.
From the Kitchen/utility the secluded garden can accessed and will offer private sitting areas to be enjoyed all year round. It also benefits from a private and gated parking space large enough to currently shield a van.

Council tax band: B (£1,505 p/yr)

Property Information
  • Price: Sold STC
  • Location: Ipswich
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Kitchens: 1
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2 mn drive from Ipswich Train station or 13 mn walk with 57 minutes being the fastest time to Liverpool Street station or an average time of 76 minutes should you need to commute to London.

Ipswich is a history town in Suffolk situated 10 miles from the river Orwell estuary with the North Sea.

The town is split into various quarters, with central and the waterfront drawing the most footfall.[10] Central is home to the town’s retail shopping and the historic town square, the Cornhill. The waterfront is located south of the town centre on the bend of the River Orwell and is a picturesque setting housing the town’s impressive marina. The waterfront was historically an industrial port but has since been transformed into a trendy area lined with high-rise apartment buildings, restaurants, bars and cafés. The waterfront is also home to one of the UK’s newest universities, the University of Suffolk, which was formed in 2016.


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