Lot 62


Bank House, 8-9 Bridge Street, Bures, Suffolk, CO8 5AD
Bank House, 8-9 Bridge Street, Bures, Suffolk, CO8 5AD
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This is a rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed building in the picturesque village of Bures St Mary, Suffolk. The property is currently in a shell condition and requires complete refurbishment but offers the successful purchaser an opportunity to sympathetically reinstate and create a fantastic period family home, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.

Bures St Mary is a civil parish with Bures Hamlet, Essex and their subsequent boundaries are bisected by the nearby River Stour. Bures Station (Greater Anglia) railway service is just a short walk away, across the bridge and along Station Hill.

Ground Floor

Two/three rooms, kitchen area and toilet area.

First Floor

Two rooms and large room with bath and toilet.

Second Floor

Large attic room (accessed via separate staircase).


Enclosed rear courtyard and coach house entrance.

Local Planning Authority

Babergh & Mid Suffolk District Council. Tel: 0300 1234000. Website: babergh.gov.uk.

Freehold with Vacant Possession


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