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Look inside the most expensive house on the market in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 06:00 23 August 2020 | UPDATED: 09:44 23 August 2020

This stunning home in Fonnereau Road, Ipswich, has gone on to the market. The seven bedroom house borders Christchurch Park  Picture: JIM TANFIELD

This stunning home in Fonnereau Road, Ipswich, has gone on to the market. The seven bedroom house borders Christchurch Park Picture: JIM TANFIELD

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This stunning Grade II listed Victorian town house bordering Christchurch Park has come on to the market, for £1.25million.

The seven bedroom house borders Christchurch Park  Picture: JIM TANFIELDThe seven bedroom house borders Christchurch Park Picture: JIM TANFIELD

The beautiful property in Fonnereau Road dates back to 1867, but has been carefully restored by the present vendors.

Set across four floors, the house retains many of its original features, including high ceilings, deep skirting and ornate cornicing, together with its impressive central staircase.

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A gym room at the property  Picture: JIM TANFIELDA gym room at the property Picture: JIM TANFIELD

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The seven-bedroom house is accessed through two automatically controlled gates.

On the ground floor there are two reception rooms and a fully fitted bespoke kitchen with integrated appliances and an Everhot modern electric cooking range.

It also boasts a stunning kitchen  Picture: JIM TANFIELDIt also boasts a stunning kitchen Picture: JIM TANFIELD

On the first floor there are four bedrooms and four bathrooms as well as a dressing room opposite the master bedroom.

The first floor has previously been used as a self-contained flat and a kitchenette and bathroom as well as three further bedrooms.

Meanwhile, on the lower ground floor the house has wine cellars and a independently accessed studio.

The property is on the market with Jackson-Stops for £1.25million.


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