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Your chance to own six-bedroom home set in 2.75 acres with swimming pool in Snape for £1.65m

PUBLISHED: 11:00 12 August 2017 | UPDATED: 09:29 14 August 2017

The Whin at Snape. Picture: TONY PICK

The Whin at Snape. Picture: TONY PICK

© 2017 Tony Pick

A Suffolk country house complete with gardens and a swimming pool at Snape has been put on the property market.

The Whin at Snape. Picture: TONY PICKThe Whin at Snape. Picture: TONY PICK

The Whin in Snape is a stunning thirties home, now updated and more recently extended.

The Whin offers three floors of well-proportioned accommodation for a family with the principal rooms facing south west over terraced lawns and woodlands.

The house provides light and spacious accommodation with attractive bay windows and numerous casement and French doors opening to the south east and south west raised, paved terraces.

A superbly fitted kitchen/dining area features custom-built cabinets by Ashford and Brooks, Siemens ovens, steamer and microwave, an automatic dishwasher and a larder style fridge and Smeg gas hob.

The swimming pool. Picture: TONY PICKThe swimming pool. Picture: TONY PICK

Double doors open to a fine sitting room which has a south west facing bay window, built-in store cupboards, shelving and an inset Jotul woodburner.

The ground floor accommodation also features a family room with a casement door opening to the south west terrace, a study/music room and a large utility room with its own entrance door.

The master suite is exceptional with its triple aspect double bedroom and a dressing alcove with wardrobe cupboards on facing walls, and en suite shower room with Matki walled shower enclosure cubicle with a cascades shower head and a second hand-held shower. There are his and hers vanity washbasins set in a unit with ample space for toiletries.

A large double guest bedroom adjoins the stylish family bathroom with a separate Matki enclosed shower cubicle and a bath, a WC and a large wash hand basin unit.

The dining room at The Whin. Picture: TONY PICKThe dining room at The Whin. Picture: TONY PICK

A third double bedroom has an en suite shower room and the fourth double bedroom is currently used as a study.

On the second floor, there are two further double bedrooms, making six in all, and a bathroom which has a claw-footed bath with mixer taps and a shower fitting.

The Whin is secluded, within its own gardens, and sheltered by woodland at the boundaries.

Electrically operated gates give access from Wadd Lane, a single carriage country lane, which at its end gives access to peaceful grass meadows.

The kitchen/diner at The Whin. Picture: TONY PICKThe kitchen/diner at The Whin. Picture: TONY PICK

The Whin is set within approximately 2.75 acres of gardens.

There is a cart lodge constructed of oak and Siberian larch, with an office, kitchenette and shower room.

There is also an open air, heated 14m swimming pool with a Lurgarde pool house log cabin incorporating a sauna and a separate shower and changing room.

In addition there is a newly-refurbished championship size cushioned acrylic DOE tennis court.

There is also a bespoke Kinsbury cedar greenhouse and a purpose built workshop/tractor shed and various potting/garden sheds.

The gardens have been landscaped with lawn areas seeded, woodland walkways created, paved terraces, and courtyard, garden and pool lighting.

There are security, safety and intruder alarm systems.

The Whin is on sale with Best Estates and Flick & Son with a guide price of £1.65m.

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