Albert House is a Grade II listed building and in the mid 18th century was the home of the racehorse trainer attached to the neighbouring Albert House Stables. The house has undergone many alterations and improvements since and now provides spacious accommodation packed with period features.
Set back from the road, the house is hidden by mature trees and a walled enclosed garden providing a great level of privacy as well as off-road parking. The garden is laid to lawn with a patio area and border planting. The house has a large living room and a second family room which is used as a dining room and a beautiful period oak kitchen. There is a separate Chippendale staircase leading to two good sized bedrooms one large single and one large double and both of which share a shower room with WC.
There are a further two large bedrooms with ornately carved wardrobes, one of which has an en-suite shower room. Between these large doubles, you will also find a beautiful family bathroom with a roll-top bath, perfect for relaxing after a day at the races or exploring the countryside. Furthermore, there are two attic rooms with exposed beams, another double and single along with another bathroom with a roll-top bath and a rare George Jennings tilting sink.
A short walk to the High Street means easy access to quality restaurants, independent shops as well as Newmarket's nightlife. It is also just a short walk from Warren Hill, the famed training grounds which come to life every morning as the town's equine residents go about their business.