Brent Eleigh, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £1,295,000

Detached House         8 bedroom(s)         4 bathroom(s)        7 reception room(s)

A stunning detached farmhouse dating back to the mid-16th century and occupying a prominent position overlooking the village green and coat of arms. The house today offers a splendid combination of practical accommodation suited for modern living whilst retaining the elegance and charm in keeping with its historical significance. This Grade II* listed property is approached via a large gravel driveway which provides off-road parking for numerous vehicles which in turn leads onto both a detached timber framed barn incorporating a quadruple bay cartlodge and a detached three bedroom annexe.

Contact David Burr Long Melford on 01787 883144 or email melford@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Magnificent grade II* listed detached farmhouse
  • Quiet village location
  • 4/5 bedrooms in main house
  • High quality 3 bedroom detached annexe
  • Detached barn
  • Quadruple bay cartlodge
  • Principal suite with roll top bath
  • Finished to an exceptional standard
  • Wealth of character features
  • Extensive off-road parking

A stunning detached farmhouse dating back to the mid-16th century and occupying a prominent position overlooking the village green and coat of arms. The house today offers a splendid combination of practical accommodation suited for modern living whilst retaining the elegance and charm in keeping with its historical significance. This Grade II* listed property is approached via a large gravel driveway which provides off-road parking for numerous vehicles which in turn leads onto both a detached timber framed barn incorporating a quadruple bay cartlodge and a detached three bedroom annexe.



Solid wood front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE HALL: 10'11" x 5'9". (3.33m x 1.76m). With exposed brick flooring, exposed timbers throughout and pretty leaded light windows overlooking the property's garden. Doors leading to:-

SNUG: 11'6" x 10'9". (3.51m x 3.29m). A cosy room with exposed floorboards and timbers throughout and enjoying attractive views across to the Village Green and Coat of Arms.

STUDY: 11'10" x 11'. (3.63m x 3.36m). Ideal for a number of uses and currently utilised by the current owner as a study. Central fireplace with recessed storage to either side of the chimney breast. Door leading to:

SCULLERY: 8'6" x 8'2". (2.6m x 2.49m). With solid wood worksurfaces incorporating a Butler sink with polished brass traditional mixer tap above, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Door leading on to a sheltered barbeque area and further door leading to:-

CLOAKROOM: With original brick flooring, tongue and groove wall cladding, traditional WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

RECEPTION ROOM: 13'11" x 8'2". (4.25m x 2.51m). With terracotta tiled flooring, exposed beams and a carefully restored fireplace with brick surround and hearth. Boiler cupboard off and further door leading to:-



INNER HALL: With exposed brick to the floor and walls, staircase rising to first floor, useful understairs storage cupboard off, recessed shelving and doors leading to:-

DRAWING ROOM: 20'8" x 17'3". (6.3m x 5.28m). A magnificent room with 9.5ft ceiling height, a large range of leaded windows and a heavily timbered ceiling. A particularly fine inglenook fireplace with an impressive 8ft wide shaped bressumer beam above a brick hearth and surround forms the focal point of the room and grand solid oak double doors open on to a central hallway. Further door leading to:-

DINING ROOM: 18'7" x 15'11". (5.68m x 4.86m). With ample space for a large dining table and chairs (see agents notes) and bathed in light through its dual aspect and with doors opening on to terracing. Stunning inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer above a brick hearth and surround.

AGA KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 18'9" x 15'2". (5.72m x 4.64m). With a farmhouse kitchen finished with bespoke handcrafted french oak cabinetry. Four door cream AGA with dual warming plates situated within an inglenook fireplace with impressive bressumer beam over. Exposed herringbone brick to the walls and exposed timbers throughout.

GARDEN ROOM: 12'7" x 6'4". (3.84m x 1.95m). A wonderful addition with exposed timbers and herringbone brick and a triple aspect of leaded light windows overlooking the property's grounds.

First floor

LANDING/READING ROOM: A generous space arranged over two levels with a number of useful store cupboards off, exposed beams, staircase rising to loft space and doors leading to:-

PRINCIPAL SUITE: 20'10" x 12'3". (6.35m x 3.75m). A stunning bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and green oak crown post, exposed timbers and an inglenook fireplace with brick surround and oak bressumer over. There are two useful wardrobes to either side of the chimney breast and a luxurious Victorian style roll top bath situated on an oak platform together with WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 2: 13' 10" x 11' 6" (4.22m x 3.51m) A generous double bedroom with exposed beams and attractive views to the front.

FAMILY BATHROOM: With a panel bath and mosaic tiled surround, WC, wash hand basin and tongue and groove wall cladding. Useful linen cupboard off.

BEDROOM 3: 13' 4" x 11' 8" (4.06m x 3.56m) With a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and large eaves storage cupboard off. Door leading to:-

JACK AND JILL BATHROOM: With Victorian style roll top bath situated on a tiled platform, WC and wash hand basin. Opening leading to:-

BEDROOM 4: 11' 4" x 11' 2" (3.45m x 3.4m) With exposed beams and attractive views towards The Byre and across the property's gardens

BEDROOM 5/PLAYROOM: 17'5" x 13'8". (5.33m x 4.18m). A generous room which could be utilised in a number of ways including as a playroom or storage space and which can be accessed via an external staircase. (Please note measurement taken from floor level - partially restricted head height).

Outside The property is approached via a gravel driveway which is flanked by expanses of lawn, interspersed with well-established flower beds. The driveway provides OFF-ROAD PARKING for numerous vehicles and leads on to The Byre and the Barn.

A timber framed lead covered walkway connects the main house to the annexe.

THE BYRE Created in 2003 and presented in a style to mirror that of the main house displaying an attractive mixture of herringbone brick, weatherboarding and exposed timbers beneath a clay peg tiled roof.

Front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE HALL: With terracotta tiled flooring, impressive 'Y' shaped staircase with two large storage cupboards beneath and solid oak doors leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 16'4" x 13'7". (4.98m x 4.15m). With green oak exposed timbers, attractive leaded light windows, solid oak flooring and a central fireplace with wood burning stove situated on a brick hearth with an oak bressumer over.

DINING ROOM: 16'6" x 8'7". (5.04m x 2.63m). A generous room with plenty of space for formal dining, exposed green oak timbers and solid oak flooring.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 12'6" x 9'6". (3.83m x 2.92m). Finished to an exceptional standard with a matching range of base and wall level solid wood cabinetry with a mixture of solid wood and polished granite worksurfaces incorporating a large Butler sink with polished brass mixer tap above, integrated Siemens double oven, integrated refrigerator and freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

BEDROOM 1: 11' 10" x 9' 8" (3.61m x 2.95m)

First floor

LANDING: With two large useful storage cupboards off and solid oak doors leading to:

BEDROOM 2: 11"11" (base of eaves) x 11'9". (3.64m x 3.6m)

BEDROOM 3: 16' 11" x 11' 11" (5.16m x 3.63m)

THE BARN A timber framed weatherboarded barn with a corrugated roof incorporating a:-

QUADRUPLE BAY CART LODGE: 39'7" x 14'9". (12.07m x 4.5m). Providing ample sheltered parking and with power and light connected. Double doors leading to:-

BARN: 22'8" x 16'. (6.92m x 4.88m). With vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers throughout, a useful space for storage or for use potentially as a home gymnasium or studio.

WORKSHOP: 15'9" x 15'3". (4.82m x 4.67m). Currently utilised by the current owner as a workshop from which to restore collectables and antiques, with a large range of fitted workbenches, power and light connected and leaded windows overlooking the property's gardens.

Gardens The gardens have been beautifully landscaped with a wide array of colourful borders, mature shrubs and specimen trees, box hedging and large expanses of lawn.

Immediately adjacent to the property itself is a large area of terracing and a sheltered BARBECUE AREA. Adjacent to the dining room is a further York stone terrace which is ideally placed to take full advantage of the best of the afternoon/evening sun. Mature hedging ensures a high degree of privacy and there is a useful TIMBER STORAGE SHED towards the rear of the plot.

AGENT´S NOTES The property is Grade II* Listed and thought to date back to around 1550.

*The dining table and chairs in the dining room and breakfast table and seating in the kitchen is available as part of the sale if desired by the purchaser subject to separate negotiation.

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR.

NOTICE: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these sales details, they are for guidance purposes only and prospective purchasers or lessees are advised to seek their own professional advice as well as to satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. No representation or warranty whatsoever is made in relation to this property by David Burr or its employees nor do such sales details form part of any offer or contract.


Contact David Burr Long Melford

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 883144 or email melford@davidburr.co.uk


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Full Details

Features:

  • Magnificent grade II* listed detached farmhouse
  • Quiet village location
  • 4/5 bedrooms in main house
  • High quality 3 bedroom detached annexe
  • Detached barn
  • Quadruple bay cartlodge
  • Principal suite with roll top bath
  • Finished to an exceptional standard
  • Wealth of character features
  • Extensive off-road parking

A stunning detached farmhouse dating back to the mid-16th century and occupying a prominent position overlooking the village green and coat of arms. The house today offers a splendid combination of practical accommodation suited for modern living whilst retaining the elegance and charm in keeping with its historical significance. This Grade II* listed property is approached via a large gravel driveway which provides off-road parking for numerous vehicles which in turn leads onto both a detached timber framed barn incorporating a quadruple bay cartlodge and a detached three bedroom annexe.



Solid wood front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE HALL: 10'11" x 5'9". (3.33m x 1.76m). With exposed brick flooring, exposed timbers throughout and pretty leaded light windows overlooking the property's garden. Doors leading to:-

SNUG: 11'6" x 10'9". (3.51m x 3.29m). A cosy room with exposed floorboards and timbers throughout and enjoying attractive views across to the Village Green and Coat of Arms.

STUDY: 11'10" x 11'. (3.63m x 3.36m). Ideal for a number of uses and currently utilised by the current owner as a study. Central fireplace with recessed storage to either side of the chimney breast. Door leading to:

SCULLERY: 8'6" x 8'2". (2.6m x 2.49m). With solid wood worksurfaces incorporating a Butler sink with polished brass traditional mixer tap above, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Door leading on to a sheltered barbeque area and further door leading to:-

CLOAKROOM: With original brick flooring, tongue and groove wall cladding, traditional WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

RECEPTION ROOM: 13'11" x 8'2". (4.25m x 2.51m). With terracotta tiled flooring, exposed beams and a carefully restored fireplace with brick surround and hearth. Boiler cupboard off and further door leading to:-



INNER HALL: With exposed brick to the floor and walls, staircase rising to first floor, useful understairs storage cupboard off, recessed shelving and doors leading to:-

DRAWING ROOM: 20'8" x 17'3". (6.3m x 5.28m). A magnificent room with 9.5ft ceiling height, a large range of leaded windows and a heavily timbered ceiling. A particularly fine inglenook fireplace with an impressive 8ft wide shaped bressumer beam above a brick hearth and surround forms the focal point of the room and grand solid oak double doors open on to a central hallway. Further door leading to:-

DINING ROOM: 18'7" x 15'11". (5.68m x 4.86m). With ample space for a large dining table and chairs (see agents notes) and bathed in light through its dual aspect and with doors opening on to terracing. Stunning inglenook fireplace with oak bressumer above a brick hearth and surround.

AGA KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 18'9" x 15'2". (5.72m x 4.64m). With a farmhouse kitchen finished with bespoke handcrafted french oak cabinetry. Four door cream AGA with dual warming plates situated within an inglenook fireplace with impressive bressumer beam over. Exposed herringbone brick to the walls and exposed timbers throughout.

GARDEN ROOM: 12'7" x 6'4". (3.84m x 1.95m). A wonderful addition with exposed timbers and herringbone brick and a triple aspect of leaded light windows overlooking the property's grounds.

First floor

LANDING/READING ROOM: A generous space arranged over two levels with a number of useful store cupboards off, exposed beams, staircase rising to loft space and doors leading to:-

PRINCIPAL SUITE: 20'10" x 12'3". (6.35m x 3.75m). A stunning bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and green oak crown post, exposed timbers and an inglenook fireplace with brick surround and oak bressumer over. There are two useful wardrobes to either side of the chimney breast and a luxurious Victorian style roll top bath situated on an oak platform together with WC and pedestal wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 2: 13' 10" x 11' 6" (4.22m x 3.51m) A generous double bedroom with exposed beams and attractive views to the front.

FAMILY BATHROOM: With a panel bath and mosaic tiled surround, WC, wash hand basin and tongue and groove wall cladding. Useful linen cupboard off.

BEDROOM 3: 13' 4" x 11' 8" (4.06m x 3.56m) With a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and large eaves storage cupboard off. Door leading to:-

JACK AND JILL BATHROOM: With Victorian style roll top bath situated on a tiled platform, WC and wash hand basin. Opening leading to:-

BEDROOM 4: 11' 4" x 11' 2" (3.45m x 3.4m) With exposed beams and attractive views towards The Byre and across the property's gardens

BEDROOM 5/PLAYROOM: 17'5" x 13'8". (5.33m x 4.18m). A generous room which could be utilised in a number of ways including as a playroom or storage space and which can be accessed via an external staircase. (Please note measurement taken from floor level - partially restricted head height).

Outside The property is approached via a gravel driveway which is flanked by expanses of lawn, interspersed with well-established flower beds. The driveway provides OFF-ROAD PARKING for numerous vehicles and leads on to The Byre and the Barn.

A timber framed lead covered walkway connects the main house to the annexe.

THE BYRE Created in 2003 and presented in a style to mirror that of the main house displaying an attractive mixture of herringbone brick, weatherboarding and exposed timbers beneath a clay peg tiled roof.

Front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE HALL: With terracotta tiled flooring, impressive 'Y' shaped staircase with two large storage cupboards beneath and solid oak doors leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 16'4" x 13'7". (4.98m x 4.15m). With green oak exposed timbers, attractive leaded light windows, solid oak flooring and a central fireplace with wood burning stove situated on a brick hearth with an oak bressumer over.

DINING ROOM: 16'6" x 8'7". (5.04m x 2.63m). A generous room with plenty of space for formal dining, exposed green oak timbers and solid oak flooring.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 12'6" x 9'6". (3.83m x 2.92m). Finished to an exceptional standard with a matching range of base and wall level solid wood cabinetry with a mixture of solid wood and polished granite worksurfaces incorporating a large Butler sink with polished brass mixer tap above, integrated Siemens double oven, integrated refrigerator and freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

BEDROOM 1: 11' 10" x 9' 8" (3.61m x 2.95m)

First floor

LANDING: With two large useful storage cupboards off and solid oak doors leading to:

BEDROOM 2: 11"11" (base of eaves) x 11'9". (3.64m x 3.6m)

BEDROOM 3: 16' 11" x 11' 11" (5.16m x 3.63m)

THE BARN A timber framed weatherboarded barn with a corrugated roof incorporating a:-

QUADRUPLE BAY CART LODGE: 39'7" x 14'9". (12.07m x 4.5m). Providing ample sheltered parking and with power and light connected. Double doors leading to:-

BARN: 22'8" x 16'. (6.92m x 4.88m). With vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers throughout, a useful space for storage or for use potentially as a home gymnasium or studio.

WORKSHOP: 15'9" x 15'3". (4.82m x 4.67m). Currently utilised by the current owner as a workshop from which to restore collectables and antiques, with a large range of fitted workbenches, power and light connected and leaded windows overlooking the property's gardens.

Gardens The gardens have been beautifully landscaped with a wide array of colourful borders, mature shrubs and specimen trees, box hedging and large expanses of lawn.

Immediately adjacent to the property itself is a large area of terracing and a sheltered BARBECUE AREA. Adjacent to the dining room is a further York stone terrace which is ideally placed to take full advantage of the best of the afternoon/evening sun. Mature hedging ensures a high degree of privacy and there is a useful TIMBER STORAGE SHED towards the rear of the plot.

AGENT´S NOTES The property is Grade II* Listed and thought to date back to around 1550.

*The dining table and chairs in the dining room and breakfast table and seating in the kitchen is available as part of the sale if desired by the purchaser subject to separate negotiation.

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR.

NOTICE: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these sales details, they are for guidance purposes only and prospective purchasers or lessees are advised to seek their own professional advice as well as to satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. No representation or warranty whatsoever is made in relation to this property by David Burr or its employees nor do such sales details form part of any offer or contract.

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