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Yours for £1.75million - stunning Georgian house in town centre

PUBLISHED: 07:17 30 August 2020 | UPDATED: 07:17 30 August 2020

88 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds is on the market with Jackson-Stops for £1.75 million  Picture: NICHE COMMUNICATIONS

88 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds is on the market with Jackson-Stops for £1.75 million Picture: NICHE COMMUNICATIONS

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A stunning Georgian town house in the centre of Bury St Edmunds is on the market for £1.75million.

88 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds is on the market with Jackson-Stops for �1.75 million  Picture: NICHE COMMUNICATIONS88 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds is on the market with Jackson-Stops for �1.75 million Picture: NICHE COMMUNICATIONS

The property, 88 Guildhall Street, is believed to have Tudor origins and was used by a 200-year-old firm of solicitors until it was converted into a home a few years ago.

The renovation retained much of the property’s character and many of its period features.

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Spread across five floors – including two below-ground – the property has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

It has a bespoke Orwell kitchen, a walk-in wardrobe and an Onkyo sound sytem.

Outside the property is a large enclosed courtyard laid with sandstone paving, featuring large raised brick flower and shrub borders.

There is also a cartlodge with space to park three cars.

88 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds is on the market with Jackson-Stops for �1.75 million  Picture: NICHE COMMUNICATIONS88 Guildhall Street Bury St Edmunds is on the market with Jackson-Stops for �1.75 million Picture: NICHE COMMUNICATIONS

The property is for sale with Jackson-Stops.


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