Property of the week - See around this stunning £1.1m 7-bedroom Victorian home in Ipswich
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This classic seven-bedroom home close to Ipswich town centre could be yours - if you have £1.1 million to spend.
Highfield Lodge in Henley Road, a Listed Grade II property dating from 1870, is currently on the market with Jackson-Stops,
It is a three-storey Victorian townhouse near Ipswich School, which is set in mature gardens and just a few minutes' walk from Christchurch Park.
The property is light and well-proportioned, with high ceilings and many original features, including decorative arches, original fireplaces, ceiling cornices and deep skirting.
Downstairs, the accommodation includes a drawing room with views of the garden, dining room and sitting room with French doors opening into a recently-added garden room. This is an impressive room complete with underfloor heating, which opens on to a wide, raised York stone terrace.
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There is also a kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and side hall, as well as access to a basement/wine cellar which is multi-roomed and usable.
The staircase leads to a first-floor landing with four double bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms. There are also three further bedrooms and an office, which could be used as an eighth bedroom, on the second floor, as well as a third bathroom.
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In all, the plot is around 0.4 of an acre, The front of the house is sheltered by a row of mature Holm oak trees, with a garage and an extensive parking and turning area.
At the rear, there are south and west-facing gardens surrounded by mature trees and natural hedgerow. The terrace includes a pergola covered in wisteria, and there are also colourful herbaecous and shrub borders and lawns.
The house has gas-fired central heating, with a separate boiler for the second floor, and a modern security system.
If you would like more details, contact Jackson-Stops in Ipswich on 01473 218218,