Experience country living at its finest with this exceptionally well presented and preserved farm house, at the end of the long track surrounded by fields and with only one neighbour. Boasting spacious accommodation across each and every room within, this property offers a large kitchen/dining space for entertaining, a spacious but cosy sitting room with wood-burner, three generous double bedrooms and a ground floor reception room that also functions as a fourth double bedroom with ensuite. Set within gardens of 1.7 acres (STS) in size, with areas dedicated to woodland, ponds and a substantial vegetable garden, this property is offered with no onward chain. Viewing is essential.
Accommodation comprises briefly:
Kitchen/Dining Room with Fireplace
Sitting Room with Fireplace
Reception Room/Fourth Bedroom
Three Large Double Bedrooms
Stepping over the threshold you find yourself on the sprawling stone floor of the bright kitchen/dining area with imposing brick fireplace fitted with wood-burning stove and topped by an impressive timber beam mantel, immediately catching the eye. One corner of the room is fitted with bespoke custom-built wall and floor kitchen units with integrated appliances. Fitted within you will find a Neff oven with separate hob, dishwasher, fridge and butler sink with drainer cut into the worktop. Two large cupboards provide walk-in pantry and broom cupboard storage space. Beautiful exposed beams and timbers are prominent in this room and throughout the house. A door to your right leads through a small lobby containing stairs to the first floor and into the sitting room. Another impressive fireplace with wood-burner takes pride of place in this room, while double aspect windows make this space very light but still retaining a very cosy feel. To the opposite end of the house is a generous reception room with access to a cloakroom area, fitted with WC and wash basin, along with plumbing for a washing machine. This fantastic space has many options, currently being used as a fourth bedroom and ensuite bathroom. Taking the stairs up to the first floor you will find yourself on the long landing, which has access to airing cupboard storage. To either end of the property are the two largest bedrooms. The room to the West is currently being used as the master bedroom, benefitting from a triple aspect windows and a wealth of exposed timbers, with carpet underfoot. The bedroom to the East features attractive exposed wide floorboards, a small cast iron feature fireplace and has access to a walk-in wardrobe, which also houses the immersion tank. The third bedroom is another good size double room. Lastly we have the spacious family bathroom, fitted with claw-footed bathtub, separate shower cubicle, heated towel rail, WC and hand basin. Access to the roof space is also found within. The property benefits from having insulated walls, loft insulation and double glazed, timber framed windows.
Turning off the country lane and following the track roughly 750 yards you will approach the property and its neighbour, a rural utopia with fields for miles around. A wooden five-bar gate opens up onto the spacious gravel parking area, with plenty of room for many vehicles. To the front boundary a substantial barn building can be found, measuring approximately 17 foot square, being brick footed and timber framed in construction, clad in corrugated metal sheeting. The 1.7 acres (STS) of garden is divided into various areas to enjoy. Two large ponds to the East and West supply interesting wildlife, supplemented by a woodland area towards the far South boundary. A long stream garden cuts past a traditional lawn and patio area to the front of the house. Completing the garden is a large area put aside for growing your own vegetables, where you will also find a substantial timber garden shed and polytunnel frame. The gardens and beds are well stocked with a large variety of trees, some fruit bearing, and various other bushes and shrubs.
The property is close to the pretty villages of Walpole and Bramfield which has a village pub and restaurant, shop and school. It is situated just a few miles from the town of Halesworth. Halesworth provides many independent shops, a range of schools, public houses, restaurants, doctors, vets and a supermarket. It has a thriving centre of arts for the community called 'The New Cut' which is used as a theatre and cinema, and for exhibitions and workshops. There is a train station with services to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich. The unspoilt heritage coastline of Suffolk with the lovely beaches of Southwold and Walberswick are a 20 minutes drive away.
Electric Storage heating. Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.
Suffolk Coastal District Council
Tax Band: F
EPC Rating: E
Southwold - 12.3 miles
Halesworth - 4.7 miles
Ipswich - 29.5 miles
Fixtures and Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded in the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
Please contact us on 01986 888205 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.
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