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Guide Price £1,250,000
- 17th Century 5 bedroom property
- 7.33 acres (sts)
- Stables and barns
- Equestrian opportunity
- Two bedroom attached annexe
- Grade II Listed
- Caravan hookups with outside WC and water
Council Tax Band: Ask Agent
General information Set within approximately 7.3 acres (sts) of beautiful Suffolk countryside, this delightful 17th Century Grade II Listed property offers exceptional accommodation that has been wonderfully maintained over the years, including a self-contained two bedroom attached annexe.
The substantial grounds are complemented by multiple outbuildings, stables and a double garage.
The front door opens into a glazed front porch which in turn leads into the entrance lobby, with stairs rising to the first floor. On the right is the kitchen/breakfast room, which has been tastefully decorated with a variety of bespoke painted units, with granite worktops over and a ceramic inset sink and drainer. There is an oil fired AGA, and space for an electric cooker and fridge. A cupboard houses the electric consumer unit with shelving, and neatly tucked into the corner of the room is a wood burner.
Just off the kitchen is the utility room, which has also been fitted with beautiful bespoke full height cupboards, with an integrated AEG freezer. A further granite worktop provides an inset sink and drainer and space for a washing machine. From the utility, a door leads into The Forge which holds much of the property's original history and character. A further door leads into The Travis, where the horses would have been held to be shod, with original brick flooring. Both rooms have been fitted with electricity, providing an excellent workshop space. From the entrance hall, on the left is the dining room which has double doors leading into the study, which in turn has double doors on to the rear garden. A door from the study leads into the ground floor shower room with a walk-in shower, low level wc and a wash hand basin. From the dining room is the sitting room, which is an impressive 21' in length and boasts original character features such as the open fireplace with a wood burner, and exposed beams. The sitting room leads into the self-contained annexe, with it's own front entrance lobby, it provides the perfect opportunity for multi-generational living. From the lobby is an entrance hall which has stairs rising to the first floor. On the right is the sitting room, which adjoins the main house. On the left of the hall is the kitchen, which has been fitted with a variety of eye level and base units with worktops over and an inset sink and drainer. There is space for a fridge and freezer and a shelved pantry cupboard. A further room off the kitchen could be used as a dining area. The annexe bathroom is next to the kitchen and has been fitted with a four piece suite. There is a storage cupboard with a water softener and space for a washing machine.
The upstairs accommodation comprises of three bedrooms and the main bathroom. All three bedrooms enjoy a front aspect, and bedrooms two and three benefit from built-in cupboards. The main bathroom features a roll top claw foot bath, a low level wc and a wash hand basin. The annexe accommodation comprises two bedrooms, one of which has a built in storage cupboard, one with access to the upstairs accommodation of the main house.
Outside The property benefits from two driveways providing off road parking, one to service the main house and the other to the annexe, both give access to separate garages.
The main rear garden is securely fenced and mostly laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs and established trees. Similarly, the annexe has it's own secure separate garden.
There are raised beds, a greenhouse, a fruit cage and a mature leafy orchard of apple, pear and cherry trees. There is also a further workshop, with electricity and shelving, a barn with double doors and further garaging for several cars.
A five bar gate gives access into a paddock, which in turn leads to another paddock also with a five bar gate. One paddock has previously been used as a caravan holiday destination with five caravan hookups, with water and an outside toilet supplied to this paddock. Easy access can be gained through a five bar gate directly from the road.
Location Blaxhall is a quaint village on the outskirts of Woodbridge, with it's own village hall and a local public house, The Ship Inn.
The historic town of Woodbridge offers numerous facilities including medical centres, cinema, swimming pool and has its own railway station with links to the county town of Ipswich and its mainline railway service to London Liverpool Street. For the golfing enthusiast there is are excellent golf courses at nearby Woodbridge, Ufford Park and Seckford. The Suffolk heritage coast is within a short drive and the coastal town of Aldeburgh, Southwold and Thorpeness are within easy comfortable driving distance.
Important information Council Tax Band - F
Grade II Listed
Services - We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Heating is oil fired.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - N/A
Our ref - PJR/JED
Last Modified 05/01/2023