Larch Way, Red Lodge, IP28
None £285,000

bedrooms 3 bathrooms2
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Presenting a charming and elegantly designed three bedroom semi-detached house that boasts contemporary living spaces throughout. The property features an ensuite to the master bedroom, enhancing privacy and convenience. The welcoming open-plan kitchen/dining room is perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying family meals.

Situated in a prime location, this residence offers serene views overlooking a village green, providing a tranquil setting for residents. The large driveway ensures ample off-road parking, catering to modern-day needs.

Benefiting from its proximity to local amenities and renowned schools, this property promises a convenient lifestyle for families. Enjoy seamless commute options with superb road links to Cambridge/Bury via A11/A14.

Spanning over 900 square feet, the interior is beautifully presented, offering a comfortable and stylish environment for its discerning new buyers.

The popular village of Red Lodge is positioned just off the A11 some 5 miles from the historic horse racing town of Newmarket and 13 miles from the market town of Bury St Edmunds. There is excellent access to the A14 which interconnects to the M11 motorway to London and the A11 to the east. The university city of Cambridge can be reached in approximately 30 minutes.

The nearby village of Kennet benefits from having a railway station and there is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge and Whittlesford Parkway offer direct rail lines into London, with Cambridge North Station and the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is around 40 minutes away.

Village Information
Red Lodge dates to 1926 when the first houses were built, although the public house is far older, having been recorded on a map at the site in 1885. The village has seen a lot of changes in recent years with many new homes from a variety of building companies built on the old rabbit warren lands of Freckenham Manor at the northern end of the village, Kings Warren Development. There is an active community with many local clubs and groups in the village and it is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Regular buses serve the village offering transportation to Mildenhall, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds and other nearby towns and villages.

Facilities in the village include primary school, village hall (known as the Millennium Centre), a sports pavilion with five-a-side football pitch and tennis courts. There is a public house/steak house restaurant, convenience store, pharmacy and other local shops. The nearby village of Chippenham is home to Chippenham Park and the favoured La Hogue Farm Shop and cafe.

The nearby horseracing town of Newmarket provides a further range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, and leisure facilities including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. Renowned globally for thoroughbred horses and boasting two separate racetracks with quality horses competing throughout the season.



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