Marton House - Individual home in the heart of Woodbridge

Marton House, Sun Lane, Woodbridge, Exterior

Marton House, Sun Lane, Woodbridge, Exterior - Credit: Archant

Marton House in Sun Lane, Woodbridge is an individual detached home in the heart of town, and close to all local amenities and shopping.

Marton House, Sun Lane, Woodbridge, interior

Marton House, Sun Lane, Woodbridge, interior - Credit: Archant

The river, theatre and railway station are also in convenient walking distance.

This home also comes with planning consent to extend and create an annexe, and a garage and cart lodge - significant alterations to create a larger family home.

Marton House is in a special position, extremely close to the town centre, and yet with a garden which extends to around a third of an acre.

The property appears to date from the 1930s and the alterations would create a spacious, five bedroom home.

The approach from Sun Lane initially leads to a turning and parking area around the garage and carport, alongside which is an evergreen hedge which shields the property from view.

The house is arranged over two floors including a sitting room, with a south-westerly aspect, and views from a bay window.

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There is also a dining room, a utility area, a cloakroom, a kitchen-breakfast room and a cedar wood framed sun room - at the front of the house.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master bedroom of particularly good size, and they are served by a family bathroom.

The gardens have been thoughtfully planned over a number of years and include a magnolia, and with a herbaceous border planted beneath the tall, mellow red brick wall running down one side of the property.

Woodbridge has an extensive range of local facilities, including market, well-regarded schools and pubs and restaurants.

Most are in walking distance of Sun Lane and Marton House.