An extended bungalow situated within the ever requested village of East Bergholt offering spacious family accommodation with a south facing rear garden in excess of 100ft.
The property is approached via a block paved driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to the entrance front door.
Upon entering the front door you arrive in the well-lit entrance hall which offers access to all bedrooms, utility room with access door to side and wet room, family bathroom and kitchen/dining/family area.
The heart of the home is the spacious open plan living areas with a kitchen offering a good selection of wall and base units, range cooker with extractor, wooden flooring leading into dining/living space with window opening to rear, wooden floor and sliding door to family room. The family room has windows to south and eastern aspects flooding the room with light and offering views over the secluded garden.
The rear garden faces south with patio area, shed, gated access leading to the driveway with the remainder being mostly laid to lawn with flower, tree and shrub borders. East Bergholt is set in the sought-after Dedham Vale an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village is much admired and well known for its connections with John Constable, the renowned painter, it is well catered for with good local facilities including a general store, post office, bakery, chemist, church, schools and several public houses. East Bergholt is situated in the undulating countryside of the Stour Valley with easy access to the A12 trunk road providing main routes to the A14, The Midlands, London and the major motorway networks. The centres of Ipswich and Colchester are also easily accessible with their more comprehensive shopping and educational facilities and the commuter can take advantage of mainline train services to London's Liverpool Street Station from both Manningtree and Colchester. There are excellent recreational facilities in the area including sailing on the Orwell, Deben, Colne and Stour, golf courses at Stoke by Nayland, Colchester and Woodbridge.