For Sale 3 Bed House - semi-detached 

Oak Crescent, Eye Guide Price £225,000

Property Features

Oak Crescent, Eye, Suffolk, IP23 7BY
Reception Rooms:1
Council Tax Band:B

Contact Agent

5 Castle Street
IP23 7AN
Tel: 01379 871 563

About the Property

This sizeable 3 bedroom semi detached family house is offered for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN and tremendous long term potential. A large plot enables off road parking and large workshop with the house featuring a conservatory, PVCu double glazed windows and June 2023 installed gas boiler.

  • Semi detached
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Will benefit from refurbishment
  • Large garden with workshop
  • Off road parking
  • Double glazed & gas heating

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Property Details


Oak Crescent was developed in a time when houses were built for families and for life. Consequently, this house and neighbours has a large garden facing towards the town along with a frontage providing off road parking along with an open aspect towards the Green. The town centre is walkable via Wellington Road and a footpath leading directly from the estate - ideal for children. Eye is extremely well served by day to day amenities including supermarkets, butchers, bakers, library, pharmacy, public transport, clubs and societies along with both a Primary and High School. The High School includes a Sixth Form Centre. The surrounding countryside is accessible via an excellent network of public footpaths ideal for dog owners or simply exploring the area. The wider area contains an array of interesting villages, towns and the Coast is only a 45 minute drive away. For the commuter the mainline rail station at Diss provides services between the Cathedral City of Norwich to the north and London's Liverpool Street Station with access greatly improved by new roundabouts at the A140 junctions. Furthermore, Diss offers additional sports' facilities including an 18 Hole Golf Course, Tennis & Squash Clubs, Indoor Swimming Pool and Gyms.


30 Oak Crescent was originally constructed by the Local Authority to provide practical post-war family accommodation with large garden. These 'modern classic' homes provide excellent opportunity for todays young families having three good sized bedrooms along with roomy ground floor. This particular example has combined two reception rooms into one along with the addition of a sizeable conservatory at the rear. The kitchen includes a pantry or utility space to one side along with a rear lobby leading to and from the garden. Windows are double glazed within PVCu frames with outer doors to match and gas fired radiator heating is installed throughout. A replacement gas fired boiler was installed in June 2023. Of particular note is the large rear garden which provides scope for additional parking to that found at the front and includes a large blockwork and timber workshop.

Entrance Hall

An outer door includes a glazed decorative panel and opens to a good sized hall where stairs at one side rise to the first floor via a half landing. A stairwell window provides additional natural light and a view of The Green. Double radiator. Panel doors lead off to...

Lounge Dining Room

24'10 x 12'6

Two rooms now combined as one large space complete with a fireplace to one side fitted with a gas coal effect fire set within a painted chimneypiece along with a marble type hearth and surround. A sliding patio door leads to a Conservatory across the rear along with a 'picture' window high side window providing additional natural light. Two double radiators. Artex and coved ceiling.


17' x 10'5

Of a style featuring a hipped pitch roof, extensive glazing providing a great view of the garden. This sheltered position sits well with the house and is tucked nicely alongside the kitchen from where a window connects the two.


10'3 x 10'3

Fitted along two walls with worktop extending across a mix of cupboard and drawer storage options and including a ceramic single drainer sink unit complete with drainer bowl and mixer tap. Appliance space includes plumbing for washing machine along with additional space for a fridge and an electric cooker above which sits a concealed extractor hood. Wall cupboards fitted to match. Single radiator. A double glazed door leads through to the Rear Lobby.

Pantry/Utility Room

4'9 x 4'6

A useful 'extra' leading off the main kitchen space and fitted with worktop and Worcester Greenstar Ri gas fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and radiators. Window to the front elevation.

Rear Lobby

10'9 x 4'

A useful addition leading to and from the garden and side gate, ideal for coats, boots, muddy paws etc. Steps lead up and down to the garden level. Of PVCu framing with double glazing and matching outer door.


Conveniently positioned across from the stairs and of good size. Presently fitted with panelled bath with Triton T70 GSI+ shower, pedestal wash basin and low level wc. Shelved built-in cupboard with cold supply appliance connector and stop cock. Double radiator. Two PVCu double glazed windows provide natural light.

First Floor Landing

A good sized stairwell leads up from the entrance hall via a half landing from where a view en route can be seen of The Green at the front. A landing PVCu double glazed window provides additional natural light and matching view. Built-in Airing Cupboard with hot water storage tank. Access to loft space

Bedroom 1

14'6 x 11'6

Two PVCu double glazed windows provide natural light and a view across the garden towards the town including a view of the Church tower and Town Hall. A high side window provides additional natural light. Double radiator. Built-in shelved cupboard. Evidence of a former fireplace.

Bedroom 2

12'7 x 9'11

A second 'good double' with PVCu double glazed window to the rear. Built-in wardrobe cupboard. Single radiator.

Bedroom 3

10'11 x 6' Min

A 'good single' widening slightly at one end. PVCu double glazed window to the front elevation. Single radiator.


No.30 along with its neighbours sits slightly back from the road enabling off road parking. This particular section of properties is fortunate in having access from Pine Close at the rear enabling access to the large rear gardens. No.30 is no different and has great potential for off road parking and potentially a garage. Currently a large WORKSHOP sits toward the rear of the garden and measures internally 15'4 x 11'3 (4.67m x 3.43M). Power and light is connected to the space which has a concrete floor and formed from a blockwork plinth and timber framed upper and felt roof. The garden itself is a tremendous space compared to more recently built houses. New estate houses do not have gardens anywhere near as large as this! Adjoining the conservatory a terrace area has been created sheltered in part from the house and with an elevated view across the garden. A lower paved area leads onto the lawn where a central pathway leads onto the Workshop and far end of the plot. By the patio and terrace a pond has previously been a feature and with restoration could again be a splendid addition to the garden. Hedging, plants and shrubs provide natural details and with only bungalows behind on a gently sloping site, the backdrop towards the town is one of a large sky across a southern plane.


The vendor has confirmed that the property benefits from mains water, electricity, gas & mains drainage.

Wayleaves & Easements

The property is sold subject to and with all the benefit of all wayleaves, covenants, easements and rights of way whether or not disclosed in these particulars.

Important Notice

These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Harrison Edge has no authority to make or give in writing or verbally any representations or warranties in relation to the property. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. No assumptions should be made that the property has all the necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Harrison Edge have not carried out a survey, nor tested the services, appliances or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. In the interest of Health & Safety, please ensure that you take due care when inspecting any property.

Postal Address

30 Oak Crescent, Eye, IP23 7BY

Local Authority

Mid Suffolk District Council, Endeavour House, 8 Russell Road, Ipswich IP1 2BX. Telephone: 0300 123 4000

Council Tax

The property has been placed in Tax Band B.

Tenure & Possession

The property is for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Fixtures & Fittings

All items normally designated as tenants fixtures & fittings are specifically excluded from the sale unless mentioned in these particulars.


By prior telephone appointment with the vendors agent Harrison Edge T: +44 (0)1379 871563


Oak Crescent is easily walked from the Town Centre via Wellington Road. By car, follow the through road past the Fire Station and famous serpentine wall onto Victoria Hill. Turn right into Bellands Way and follow the road to the right around The Green and Pocket Park. No.30 will be found on the right.

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