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Normandie Way, Bures Hamlet, Essex, CO8 5BE
Reception Rooms:2
Normandie Way, Bures Hamlet
Guide Price £425,000
Property Type
Detached House
Reception Rooms

About the Property

  • Four Bedroom Detached Family Home
  • Lounge / Dining Room
  • Open Fire
  • Conservatory
  • Kitchen & Utility Room
  • Ground Floor Shower Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Off Road Parking | Single Garage
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Gas Central Heating | EPC D


Enjoying an end of cul-de-sac position in the popular village of Bures, nestled in the Stour Valley, is this four-bedroom detached family home.

The property is comprised of a lounge / dining room, kitchen, utility room, ground floor shower room, family bathroom and conservatory, the driveway provides off-road parking for two vehicles in addition to the single garage, and an enclosed rear garden.

Tenure Freehold | Council Tax Band E | Gas Central Heating

EPC D | Underfloor Heating to Kitchen and Utility Room


28 Normandie Way enjoys an end of cul-de-sac position in the popular village of Bures nestled in the rolling Stour Valley countryside on the Essex / Suffolk border.

A storm porch welcomes you to the property and the entrance hallway allows access to the lounge / dining room, with open fireplace to the front and through the dining area, patio doors to the conservatory at the rear, which the vendor is presently using as a work from home office space.

The sleek modern fitted kitchen (that in common with the utility room benefits from underfloor heating) contains the following integrated appliances; five-ring gas range style cooker with accompanying extractor hood, dishwasher, and full height fridge. Ample storage is provided by a good array of cupboards and drawers all set within an attractive wood effect work top, that is completed with a ceramic sink. For informal dining there is a breakfast bar for convenience.

The utility room contains space and plumbing for a free-standing washing machine, a full height integrated freezer, and allows direct access to the single garage (with power and light), the front of the property and the rear garden as well.

The shower room completes the ground floor accommodation and is comprised of a shower cubicle with both rainfall shower head and mixer hose attachment, toilet, hand basin and heated towel rail (dual fuel with both wet and dry feeds).

Ascending the stairs to the first floor, there are three double rooms, (the main, to the front, bedrooms two and three to the rear), the fourth bedroom (to the front) is a spacious single.

The well-appointed family bathroom completes the internal accommodation and is comprised of a free-standing bath with mixer tap and hose attachment, handbasin set within a vanity unit, toilet, and heated towel rail (dual fuel with both wet and dry feeds).


28 Normandie Way is set back from the road and enjoys a quiet end of cul-de-sac position.

There is off-road parking for two vehicles in addition to the single garage.

The enclosed rear garden features a patio adjacent to the conservatory and a second seating area to the rear of the plot.

The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders fringing the perimeters.


Normandie Way is located in the highly desirable and picturesque village of Bures. The village sits upon either side of the River Stour which also represents the Essex / Suffolk border.

Bures has a good range of local facilities including a post office, doctor’s surgery, primary school (rated good at the latest Ofsted report), a village store / news agent, delicatessen, hair salon, and two public houses, as well as a soon to open tea shop.

The countryside surrounding Bures is particularly appealing and offers numerous walking routes and views of the Bures Dragon.

Further shopping and recreational facilities are available in the nearby market town of Sudbury which is about 5 miles away and Colchester which has a wide range of shopping, recreational and leisure amenities as well as some excellent schools in both the state and private sector.

For the commuter, Bures offers branch line rail service to London Liverpool Street via Marks Tey. Direct mainline rail services are available from Colchester and Marks Tey taking approximately 55 minutes from the latter. There are also frequent buses running to both Colchester and Sudbury.


Our particulars are produced in good faith but can only be used as a guide to the property. If there is any point of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will do our best to answer any queries prior to any viewing of the property.

Any measurements quoted are for guidance only. No services, utilities or appliances have been tested and any prospective buyers are asked to commission their own independent experts to verify the conditions of the same.

These particulars, and any comments and observations (verbal or written), of the sales agents do not constitute representations of fact, or form part of any offer or contract, and the matters referred to should be independently verified by prospective buyers and their own independent experts.


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Normandie Way, Bures Hamlet

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