Nayland, Suffolk

Completed to the most exacting of standards, this five bedroom (three en-suite) neo Georgian property offers accommodation in excess of 3,800 sq ft with a stunning 30ft kitchen/breakfast room being of particular note. Benefits include a four-bay carport, gym, sauna, stables, annexe and gardens. In all about 4.6 acre sts.

  • An impressive neo Georgian newly constructed property
  • Offering accommodation in excess of 3,800 sq ft
  • Stunning 30ft kitchen/breakfast room
  • 3 reception rooms, study, utility and cloakroom
  • Master suite with dressing room and en-suite
  • 4 further bedrooms (2 en-suite) and family bathroom
  • External gym/sauna and jaccuzzi
  • 4 bay carport and stable block
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Ricklands House has been completed to the most exacting of standards, offered for sale with a 10 year warrantee from 2017. The accommodation has been inspired by many of the hallmarks and features associated with a Georgian character property including impressive ceiling heights, classically proportioned rooms throughout and modern technological features including air source heating, Cat 5 wiring, integrated speaker system and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor. Set amidst the Stour Valley, the property blends a historic setting with contemporary, low maintenance features including a dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with Gaggenau appliances, sliding glazed doors opening to the rear terrace and uninterrupted views over the established gardens. Five first floor bedrooms are complemented by three marble tiled en-suite shower rooms, dressing room to the master suite and marble floored family bathroom with roll-top bath. Approached on a quiet country lane with electric gates, the residence is enhanced by a significant block of outbuildings comprising a gym, sauna and stables with a timber clad exterior beneath a pitched slate tiled roof.

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