Duke Street, Hadleigh, Ipswich, Suffolk IP7

Asking Price £750,000

An outstanding Regency-style townhouse with a stunning & spacious interior, high ceilings, a landscaped southerly garden, single garage & parking within easy walking distance of good amenities in this popular country town.

  • Freehold
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 3 Baths
  • House
  • Semi Detached
  • Garden
  • 2,158 Approx Sq ft


Lime Tree House is an exceptional Regency-style villa which was built in 2005 by Pryke Builders of Clare. Impressive architectural details include tall sash windows, a shallow pitched slate roof with deep soffits and modillions, an impressive pedemented doorcase with easy rising front steps and iron railings. Internally, further elegant features include high ceilings and a beautiful classic staircase in the reception hall. These period-style features blend perfectly with the superb interior design. The drawing room has an open fireplace and 2 sets of double doors which provide an easy-flowing layout ideal for entertaining. There is a stunning kitchen/dining/family room which forms the hub of the house and has glazed double doors opening onto the landscaped garden. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with extensive units, a red gas-fired Aga, Neff appliances and wooden worksurfaces. There is generous space for a dining table as well as for sofas and chairs in the garden/sitting area. All 3 double bedrooms have ensuite facilities and fitted wardrobes. There is an ensuite bathroom, ensuite shower room and ensuite wet room. On the second floor some steps lead up to a spacious attic room which has a versatility of use for either storage, a playroom or occasional bedroom. Internal viewing is most strongly recommended.

There is a delightful walled garden to the rear which enjoys a southerly aspect. A flagstone terrace adjoins the kitchen/family room which is ideal for alfresco dining. This gives way to a small lawn bordered by colourful and well stocked flower and shrub beds incorporating roses, clematis, ladies mantle, honeysuckle, jasmine, a bay tree, fig tree and a prunus. A flagstoned path leads to the front, alongside the laundry room which is attached to the single garage. The laundry room has plumbing for a washing machine, a quarry tiled floor and a large window overlooking the garden – this is also useful for dogs or a potential home office. Infront of the garage is a parking drive with space for upto 3 cars. To the front of the house is a gravelled area enclosed by iron railings which is shared with the neighbouring property.

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