Dream Homes – Luxurious Bedrooms

See 5 of our favourite luxury bedrooms from recent property listings in East Anglia

Posted: June 10, 2019   •   Posted in: Properties   •   Tagged:


The average person spends a third of their life in bed, which is why bedrooms are such an important selling feature of any house.

Large windows with attractive views that let in an abundance of light, lots of storage space and attractive decoration can all make a bedroom desirable to potential purchasers.

Here we’ve selected five of the most luxurious bedrooms from properties currently on the market or recently sold…

 

Freckenham, Suffolk - £899,950

A breathtakingly beautiful and abundantly spacious property that measures in excess of 3,800 sq.ft and boasts stunning grounds that measure approximately 1.6 acres. Forming part of Freckenham House, which is a large period residence and was once home to the late Queen mother's lady in waiting, the property enjoys a captivating history with Edwardian architecture and charm throughout. The spacious rooms have been enhanced with a spectacular level of interior design to offer an impressive blend of old and new.

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Semer, Ipswich, Suffolk - £1,750,000

Bridge Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse with medieval origins benefitting from in excess of 3,250 sq ft of accommodation in the main house. In addition is a converted barn and holiday cottage. Further benefits include equestrian facilities, a swimming pool and a total plot of approximately 22 acres.

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Westley, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - £1,450,000

Westley Hall is an historically important Grade II listed village house that has undergone a meticulous programme of restoration by the current owners over the last 18 years. The house retains much of its original elegance whilst being well suited to modern living with versatile accommodation that would suit a range of different lifestyles. Further benefits include a large outbuilding/former coach house, extensive parking and outstanding gardens.

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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - £975,000 (Sold STC)

Believed to date from the late 19th Century, Linnet Lodge enjoys a rich history and is thought to have been the original Coach House to the nearby Greene King brewery. Standing proudly on Maynewater Lane with generous gardens to the rear extending down to the edge of the River Linnet.

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Hawkedon, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk - £600,000 (Sold STC)

This exceptional Grade II Listed 16th Century cottage is situated in one of Suffolk's finest villages overlooking the green. The property has been meticulously renovated and extended in recent years to create a truly unique property blending original period features with high quality modern finishes, all set within mature quintessential cottage gardens.

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