Mildenhall - 7 Cricket View

Mildenhall - 7 Cricket View


Detached Five Bedroom House with Double Garage
Underfloor Heating on Ground floor, First floor and Second floor
Air Source Heat Pump providing all heating and hot water
Seamless aluminium guttering and cast downpipes
Solid factory finished timber windows with aluminium cladding for low maintenance
Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite
Bedroom 2 with dressing room and en-suite
Bedroom 3 with built-in wardrobes and en-suite
Family Room with bi-fold doors
High specification Kitchen with high end applicances and Silestone worksurfaces
Oak Internal Doors and Staircases
Monitored Burglar Alarm System
Sought after edge of town location
Views across the River Lark and Mildenhall cricket grounds

Full description:
Consisting of a Lounge, Kitchen / Family room, Utility, Dining room/Study, WC, Master bedroom with En-suite and Dressing room, Bed 2 with wardrobes and en-suite, Bed 3 with wardrobes and en-suite, two further bedrooms and bathroom. Double garage with remote operated roller doors.

This property is to be built of brick and block construction under a clay pantile roof. The interior is very spacious and feature rich with an internal floor area of 256 square meters. Solid oak engineered doors and staircases, superior factory finished ultra efficient timber framed windows and seamless aluminium guttering with cast aluminium downpipes are just some of the quality products in these properties.

Mixed format sandstone slabs on the patios and tegula block paving is used on the driveways and front paths.

A 10 year structural warranty is also provided with this property.

The Market town of Mildenhall is rich in its history and culture and has been an established settlement since the Stone Age. Today Mildenhall is known nationally for the nearby USAF air base and its unique Roman Silverware Collection which is known as "Mildenhall Treasure". Centred around an historical market place offering a good range of shopping, education and leisure services together with many local places of historical interest. Approximately two miles from the A11 five ways roundabout which gives access to Thetford (12 Miles) and Norwich to the North East and Newmarket (10 miles) and London to the South and Southwest. Other towns within travelling distance are Brandon to the North West and Bury St Edmunds to the south east via the A1101.