Dagworth, Stowmarket, Suffolk ( Sold STC ) Guide Price £800,000

Detached House         4 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        2 reception room(s)

An impressive Grade II Listed detached period house in an idyllic setting with grounds measuring approximately 0.75 acres and enjoying countryside views.

Contact David Burr Woolpit on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Impressive Grade II Listed family home
  • Idyllic rural setting
  • Countryside views
  • AGA kitchen/breakfast room
  • 3/4 bedrooms (master en suite)
  • 2 receptions
  • Detached office/garden room with shower room
  • Garage
  • Grounds of approximately 0.75 acres sts

Due to its standing within the hamlet, Auckland House is Grade II Listed and occupies a unique position overlooking the ford. The property is believed to have origins dating back to the early 16th Century with a later addition dating back to 1826 - formerly used for hop drying. Auckland House has an impressive display of period features including a wealth of exposed timbers, studwork and mullion window. The vendors have been resident for nearly 25 years and have improved the property throughout including the addition of a double storey extension in 2006. This unique home now offers substantial accommodation and is presented to the highest of standards. The property is further enhanced by a garage and a detached, recently renovated flint outbuilding, currently used as a home office/garden room. The rear gardens are a sheer delight being south/south west facing and are possibly one of the key selling features of Auckland House. The grounds are believed to measure 0.75 acres in total and incorporate a wild garden, formal gardens, vegetable garden and all-encompassing idyllic countryside views.

Entrance door to;

ENTRANCE PORCH: With doors opening to utility room and kitchen/breakfast room. Pamment tiled flooring and stable door.

AGA KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 21'9 x 14'4 (6.63m x 4.37m). A substantial double aspect room with views over the ford, exposed timbers, large brick chimney breast with inset oil-fired Aga and central island unit with integrated electric oven. The dining area incorporates a second brick fireplace with multi-fuel stove and hearth. The kitchen was refurbished by Orwells of Ipswich in 2021. Works incorporated redecoration throughout, new Silestone worktops, new 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap and single drainer, five ring LPG gas hob, extractor fan and Siemens electric oven. Ample storage space with matching wall and base units and large built-in cupboard. Integrated dishwasher and pamment tile floor. Extensive display of exposed timbers and studwork. Stable door to entrance porch. Doors to sitting room and dining room/second reception room.

UTILITY ROOM: 11'10 x 8'8 (3.61m x 2.63m). With an extensive range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Rear aspect. Tiled flooring. Oil fired boiler.

Door from utility room to;

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C, and wash hand basin. Entrance door to;

SITTING ROOM: 20'10 x 14'8 (6.34m x 4.47m). This triple aspect room offers an impressive display of exposed timbers and studwork. Fireplace with brick hearth, bressumer and multi-fuel stove. Door to front garden and door opening to the main staircase leading to the first floor.

DINING ROOM/2ND RECEPTION ROOM: 13'0 x 14'4 (3.96m x 4.37m). This charming light room, currently used as a dining room, would lend itself to a multiple of uses if so required. An attractive brick floor and open fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden mantle create the main focal points of the room. Dual aspect with views over the front and rear gardens. Door to front garden. Large built-in understairs cloaks/storage cupboard. Door opening to rear hall and 2nd staircase rising to first floor.

First Floor The property has two staircases providing independent access to each of the three double bedrooms.

MASTER BEDROOM: 12'2 x 11'3 (3.72m x 3.42m). The staircase from the sitting room leads directly to the master bedroom with bedroom 4/dressing room beyond. A beautiful room with an impressive display of period features by way of former mullion window, timbers, studwork and wide oak floorboards. Exposed brick chimney stack. Views over the rear garden and fields beyond.

EN SUITE: 10'11 x 8'9 (3.34m x 2.66m). Located in the extension (built 2006), with vaulted ceiling and exposed 'new oak' timber frame. Rear aspect with garden and field views. Refurbished and redecorated in 2021 with large new Aqualisa shower cubicle with part tiled surround. Panelled bath with central mixer tap, wash hand basin with mixer tap, W.C. and heated towel rail. Vanity unit and built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 4/DRESSING ROOM: 11'3 x 8'7 (3.42m x 2.62m). Accessed via the master bedroom. Side aspect with garden and field views. Ideally placed as a dressing room if so required. Wide oak floorboards, display of timbers and studwork.

BEDROOM 2: 14'6 x 12'8 (4.41m x 3.87m). Front aspect with views over the ford and doors opening to both landings. Extensive range of fitted wardrobes/cupboards. Large built-in storage cupboard. Exposed wall timbers.

BEDROOM 3: 15'4 x 11'5 (4.67m x 3.48m). A further good size double bedroom with a display of exposed timbers. Built-in work space fitted by Orwells of Ipswich with 'knee hole' desk, filing cupboards and drawers. Rear aspect over the grounds and idyllic countryside views.

FAMILY BATHROOM: 8'9 x 8'4 (2.66m x 2.54m). Redecorated in 2021. Panelled bath with new shower over, inset wash hand basin with vanity unit beneath and W.C. Heated towel rail.

NOTE: A new 'unvented pressurised water system' was installed in 2020, providing excellent pressure to all taps.

Outside The predominantly south/south west facing grounds are one of the key selling features of Auckland House. The property is further enhanced by a beautifully restored outbuilding;

OFFICE/GARDEN ROOM 21'11 x 8'5 (6.68m x 2.56m) Originally a piggery, this flint outbuilding was restored in 2015 and incorporates a shower room with WC. Currently used by the vendors as a home office and garden room. Double doors open to the landscaped 'sun-trap' terrace, ideally placed for relaxing and enjoying the grounds, countryside views and sunsets. Attractive brick and flint walls under a vaulted ceiling, timbers and tiled flooring with underfloor heating from a combination LPG fired boiler.

Door to;

SHOWER ROOM: Wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity cupboard beneath, W.C., built-in shower cubicle with part tiled surround and heated towel rail.

STORAGE SHED: 8'7 x 5'11 (2.61m x 1.80m) Part of the original outbuilding and restored in 2015. Power and light connected.

GARAGE: With power and light. LARGE SHED with tractor mower access. GARDEN SHED. Open storage and log stores. Shingled off road parking for several vehicles. Additional parking in the grounds.

DIRECTIONS: Please enter from the Haughley direction (via Fishponds Way/Dagworth Lane) and not via Old Newton as the ford is impassable.


Contact David Burr Woolpit

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01359 245245 or email woolpit@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Impressive Grade II Listed family home
  • Idyllic rural setting
  • Countryside views
  • AGA kitchen/breakfast room
  • 3/4 bedrooms (master en suite)
  • 2 receptions
  • Detached office/garden room with shower room
  • Garage
  • Grounds of approximately 0.75 acres sts

Due to its standing within the hamlet, Auckland House is Grade II Listed and occupies a unique position overlooking the ford. The property is believed to have origins dating back to the early 16th Century with a later addition dating back to 1826 - formerly used for hop drying. Auckland House has an impressive display of period features including a wealth of exposed timbers, studwork and mullion window. The vendors have been resident for nearly 25 years and have improved the property throughout including the addition of a double storey extension in 2006. This unique home now offers substantial accommodation and is presented to the highest of standards. The property is further enhanced by a garage and a detached, recently renovated flint outbuilding, currently used as a home office/garden room. The rear gardens are a sheer delight being south/south west facing and are possibly one of the key selling features of Auckland House. The grounds are believed to measure 0.75 acres in total and incorporate a wild garden, formal gardens, vegetable garden and all-encompassing idyllic countryside views.

Entrance door to;

ENTRANCE PORCH: With doors opening to utility room and kitchen/breakfast room. Pamment tiled flooring and stable door.

AGA KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 21'9 x 14'4 (6.63m x 4.37m). A substantial double aspect room with views over the ford, exposed timbers, large brick chimney breast with inset oil-fired Aga and central island unit with integrated electric oven. The dining area incorporates a second brick fireplace with multi-fuel stove and hearth. The kitchen was refurbished by Orwells of Ipswich in 2021. Works incorporated redecoration throughout, new Silestone worktops, new 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap and single drainer, five ring LPG gas hob, extractor fan and Siemens electric oven. Ample storage space with matching wall and base units and large built-in cupboard. Integrated dishwasher and pamment tile floor. Extensive display of exposed timbers and studwork. Stable door to entrance porch. Doors to sitting room and dining room/second reception room.

UTILITY ROOM: 11'10 x 8'8 (3.61m x 2.63m). With an extensive range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces incorporating a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Rear aspect. Tiled flooring. Oil fired boiler.

Door from utility room to;

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C, and wash hand basin. Entrance door to;

SITTING ROOM: 20'10 x 14'8 (6.34m x 4.47m). This triple aspect room offers an impressive display of exposed timbers and studwork. Fireplace with brick hearth, bressumer and multi-fuel stove. Door to front garden and door opening to the main staircase leading to the first floor.

DINING ROOM/2ND RECEPTION ROOM: 13'0 x 14'4 (3.96m x 4.37m). This charming light room, currently used as a dining room, would lend itself to a multiple of uses if so required. An attractive brick floor and open fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden mantle create the main focal points of the room. Dual aspect with views over the front and rear gardens. Door to front garden. Large built-in understairs cloaks/storage cupboard. Door opening to rear hall and 2nd staircase rising to first floor.

First Floor The property has two staircases providing independent access to each of the three double bedrooms.

MASTER BEDROOM: 12'2 x 11'3 (3.72m x 3.42m). The staircase from the sitting room leads directly to the master bedroom with bedroom 4/dressing room beyond. A beautiful room with an impressive display of period features by way of former mullion window, timbers, studwork and wide oak floorboards. Exposed brick chimney stack. Views over the rear garden and fields beyond.

EN SUITE: 10'11 x 8'9 (3.34m x 2.66m). Located in the extension (built 2006), with vaulted ceiling and exposed 'new oak' timber frame. Rear aspect with garden and field views. Refurbished and redecorated in 2021 with large new Aqualisa shower cubicle with part tiled surround. Panelled bath with central mixer tap, wash hand basin with mixer tap, W.C. and heated towel rail. Vanity unit and built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 4/DRESSING ROOM: 11'3 x 8'7 (3.42m x 2.62m). Accessed via the master bedroom. Side aspect with garden and field views. Ideally placed as a dressing room if so required. Wide oak floorboards, display of timbers and studwork.

BEDROOM 2: 14'6 x 12'8 (4.41m x 3.87m). Front aspect with views over the ford and doors opening to both landings. Extensive range of fitted wardrobes/cupboards. Large built-in storage cupboard. Exposed wall timbers.

BEDROOM 3: 15'4 x 11'5 (4.67m x 3.48m). A further good size double bedroom with a display of exposed timbers. Built-in work space fitted by Orwells of Ipswich with 'knee hole' desk, filing cupboards and drawers. Rear aspect over the grounds and idyllic countryside views.

FAMILY BATHROOM: 8'9 x 8'4 (2.66m x 2.54m). Redecorated in 2021. Panelled bath with new shower over, inset wash hand basin with vanity unit beneath and W.C. Heated towel rail.

NOTE: A new 'unvented pressurised water system' was installed in 2020, providing excellent pressure to all taps.

Outside The predominantly south/south west facing grounds are one of the key selling features of Auckland House. The property is further enhanced by a beautifully restored outbuilding;

OFFICE/GARDEN ROOM 21'11 x 8'5 (6.68m x 2.56m) Originally a piggery, this flint outbuilding was restored in 2015 and incorporates a shower room with WC. Currently used by the vendors as a home office and garden room. Double doors open to the landscaped 'sun-trap' terrace, ideally placed for relaxing and enjoying the grounds, countryside views and sunsets. Attractive brick and flint walls under a vaulted ceiling, timbers and tiled flooring with underfloor heating from a combination LPG fired boiler.

Door to;

SHOWER ROOM: Wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity cupboard beneath, W.C., built-in shower cubicle with part tiled surround and heated towel rail.

STORAGE SHED: 8'7 x 5'11 (2.61m x 1.80m) Part of the original outbuilding and restored in 2015. Power and light connected.

GARAGE: With power and light. LARGE SHED with tractor mower access. GARDEN SHED. Open storage and log stores. Shingled off road parking for several vehicles. Additional parking in the grounds.

DIRECTIONS: Please enter from the Haughley direction (via Fishponds Way/Dagworth Lane) and not via Old Newton as the ford is impassable.

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