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Tudor Close, Framlingham

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Tudor Close, Framlingham

  • Ref: ESL1001259
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Detached 5 Bedroom Property
  • Open Plan Dining/Living
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garage
  • Off Road Parking
  • Large Garden
  • Solar PV Panels

Property Summary

This well-appointed and versatile extended family home boasts a larger-than-average, enclosed rear garden and many desirable features including a study, integral single garage and en-suite master bedroom. The property boasts double glazing throughout, alongside recently refurbished kitchen and bathrooms, new flooring, electrics, boiler and loft insulation, all within a short walk of the centre of the delightful Suffolk market town of Framlingham.

In addition, the property has had its guttering and facias replaced. A ground floor extension has provided this delightful family home with three further rooms, and 4KW solar PV panels have been installed reducing monthly energy costs.
Under the original government incentive scheme (Feed In Tariff payments) these currently bring in £1500 a year index linked and tax free until summer 2036 plus offset electricity charges by typically another £200 a year. Optionally the remaining FITs payments may be exchanged for an upfront lump sum of approx £11000 as of Oct2020.


The front door opens onto a glazed porch area ideal for storing outdoor shoes and coats with an internal door from here leading to a reception hall. Stairs to the left rise to the first floor, leading to the house bathroom as well as two double and two single bedrooms – including the master with its own en-suite shower room.
Back on the ground floor, a door immediately to the right of the hallway opens onto the downstairs WC and another ahead to the main central lounge which adjoins the dining room - creating a large, L-shaped living space offering access to the rear garden.

The downstairs cloakroom features a dual-flush WC, alongside a drop-in hand basin set within a double doored vanity unit.

16’ 7” (5.05m) x 11’ 9” (3.59m)

Without external windows, the lounge area creates an intimate, cosy indoor space, benefiting from a warm solid-wood floor and a wall-mounted dual-fuel burner set within a narrow chimney breast with alcoves either side. One to the left includes a TV point while double doors on the other side of the room open onto Bedroom 6 incorporated within the ground floor extension and used by the current owners as a music room. A second internal door from the lounge area also leads to Bedroom 5, currently equipped as a study, while the extended dining area is located through a wide, open arch.

10’ 4” (3.16m) x 9’ 7” (2.92m)
10’ 2” (3.09m) x 9’ 7” (2.92m)

The extended and newly refurbished dining room includes both the original and the additional space created by the ground-floor extension, boasting solid-wood floors, a fantastic sky-light with remote controlled blind, and room enough for both soft furnishings and a family-sized dining table and chairs for eight.
The original dining area is currently used as a children's play area

Plenty of natural light floods the area through the double doors opening onto the patio as well as casement windows to the side of the house, with warmth provided by a wall-mounted radiator below. Light after dark is provided by wall-mounted uplighters while the room is decorated in neutral colours. An internal door from here leads through the kitchen.

12’ 0” (3.65m) x 8’ 4” (2.54m)

The solid-wood floors on much of the ground floor continue through into the kitchen, complementing the wooden shaker-style base and wall units offering storage above and below dark-grey laminate worktops.

Splashback tiles have been fitted above the preparation spaces and the one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer while a glass screen sits above the four-ring induction hob and beneath an extractor. Additional features include an eye-level oven and grill, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and a washing machine and a dedicated space for an upright fridge/freezer.

An external door from the kitchen opens onto the rear garden, offering easy access to the wheelie bin storage area and a rotary clothes line.

10’ 4” (3.16m) x 6’ 6” (1.99m)

Within the ground-floor extension, this bedroom is currently used as a study and includes casement windows overlooking the rear garden, carpets and a wall-mounted radiator for warmth. The room is decorated in neutral colours and includes window blinds and a number of power points.

10’ 4” (3.16m) x 9’ 7” (2.92m)

A little larger than Bedroom 5, this room – currently used as a music room and occasional guest room - is large enough to accommodate a double bed and includes wall-mounted uplighters, window blinds and double casement windows with views across the rear garden. The room is fitted with carpets and a wall-mounted radiator and is decorated in neutral colours. The room also boasts a sky light window with remote control blind.

7’ 3” (2.20m) x 7’ 2” (2.19m)
8’ 7” (2.61m) x 6’ 11” (2.11m)

Both of the smaller single bedrooms overlook the front of the property and are decorated in neutral colours. Both include double-glazed casement windows, central heating and carpets. Bedroom 4 also incorporates an integral single wardrobe.

10’ 3” (3.12m) x 9’ 7” (2.91m

Bedroom 3 includes a double integral wardrobe with double-glazed casement windows overlooking the rear garden, with a wall-mounted radiator beneath. The room is fitted with carpets and benefits from neutral décor.

10’ 0” (3.05m) x 10’ 6” (3.19m)
En-suite: 6’ 0” (1.82m) x 5’ 3” (1.60m)

Also benefiting from casement windows overlooking the rear garden and with a wall-mounted radiator beneath, the fully carpeted Master Bedroom boasts an en-suite shower room, featuring vinyl, wood effect flooring, a tiled corner shower cubicle, WC and a corner drop-in hand basin set with single-doored vanity unit.

6’ 11” (2.10m) x 6’ 0” (1.82m)

The partially-tiled house bathroom also benefits from a water-resistant wood effect, vinyl floor, and is equipped with a white panel bath with a chrome mixer tap and a shower attachment above. A dual-flush WC is adjacent, beneath a partially-glazed medicine cabinet while a drop-in hand basin set within a double-doored vanity unit completes the bathroom suite.


The smart and relatively modern brick-built home sits back from Tudor Close and is fronted by a flagstone and asphalt drive offering off-street parking for at least two vehicles and leading to an integral single garage with an up-and-over door.
The main door to the house is within a centrally-located porch fronted by a lawn. Established shrubs to the left separate the grassed area from a concrete path leading to a head-high timber gate, which allows access to the rear of the house.
Here, a path leads past a wheelie bin store to another lawn, stretching around two sides of the property and enclosed by head-high timber fence panels offering privacy from neighbouring homes. The rear garden also benefits from shade and variety offered by mature trees and includes a timber children’s wendy house, adjoined by a sandpit surrounded by hard-wearing matting.
There’s also a second timber shed for storage while older members of the family can enjoy the private open space by relaxing on the stone-flagged patio, accessed directly via double doors from the dining room in the rear extension.
Access to the rear garden is also possible via an external door from the kitchen while additional exterior features include a base for a rotary clothes line and an outside tap.

16' x 10' (15 sq mtrs).

Previously used for a variety of purposes including as a gym, for housing a hot tub and as an outdoor office, the property's generous exterior summerhouse could offer the ideal 'work from home' studio/workshop opportunity.


Tudor Close is comprised of both semi-detached and detached homes, sharing a small cul-de-sac off Framlingham Castle Brooks within easy reach of open countryside but within half a kilometre of the town centre.
Amenities nearby include a vet’s surgery, a filling station with its own mini-market and The Station Hotel, known locally for home-made food cooked in a wood-fired oven. Buses stopping on Station Road also offer regular services to Stradbroke, Ipswich and Framlingham itself.
However, the town centre can be reach on foot in no more than a few minutes and offers a large Co-Op supermarket, a good selection of independent shops and businesses, an open-air market on Tuesdays and Saturdays as well as plenty of coffee shops, cafes, tearooms, pubs and restaurants.
The town is also well-known for the ruins of a 12th Century castle, The Mere a little to the west and the imposing Framlington College independent school, founded in 1864 in memory of Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert.
Local secondary state education is provided by Thomas Mills School – awarded academy status in 2012 and previously rated as “outstanding” by Ofsted. The nearest primary school to Tudor Close is the Sir Robert Hitcham Church of England Voluntary Aided School, also rated as “good” by Ofsted in 2018.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.


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