Monks Eleigh, Ipswich, Suffolk (For Sale) Guide Price £875,000

Detached House        4 bedroom(s)         2 bathroom(s)        3 reception room(s)

This outstanding village house offers the best of both worlds, centrally located and well placed for the village shop, pub, church etc. The large grounds that extend to approximately 3.5 acres and abut a river which provides the perfect rural countryside background. The house has extensive character (mullion windows, wide oak floorboards, high beamed ceilings etc) and is further complemented by a triple bay cart lodge, workshop and parking.

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


Features:

  • Outstanding village house
  • In all about 3.5 acres
  • Centrally located within the village
  • Well-placed for village amenities including shop, pub, village hall etc
  • 4/5 bedrooms
  • Triple bay cart lodge
  • Ample parking
  • Workshop
  • Stunning countryside views

Door to:

ENTRANCE HALL: Fitted barrier matting and Suffolk latch doors to:

DRAWING ROOM: (6.14m x 4.39m) 20'2" x 14'5" A splendid room with a high beamed ceiling, fireplace with an oak bressumer, exposed brickwork and inset multi-fuel stove.

Inner Hall: Brick floor, useful storage cupboard, exposed studwork and Suffolk latch door to:

DINING ROOM: (6.35m x 4.14m) 20'10" x 13'7" An exceptional room at the heart of the house and well placed for entertaining. High beamed ceiling, brick floor, doors to the garden and a fireplace with exposed brickwork.

SITTING ROOM: (4.08m x 3.60m) 13'5" x 11'10" A light room with exposed beams, studwork and a red brick fireplace.

BEDROOM (STUDY): (4.21m narrowing to 1.93m x 3.45m narrowing to 1.77m) 13'10" narrowing to 6'4" x 11'4" narrowing to A versatile space that is currently utilised as an office with a high beamed ceiling and wonderful views over the garden. A stable door opens onto terracing and a Suffolk latch door to:

EN-SUITE: With exposed beams, evidence of a medieval doorway, fully tiled shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.

Inner Hall: Tiled floor, exposed beams and doors to:

AGA KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (4.21m x 4.06m) 13'10" x 13'4" With an AGA set within an inglenook fireplace complete with oak bressumer and brickwork above. A tiled floor runs throughout and there are a range of matching units and worktops incorporating a single drainer sink unit, vegetable drainer and mixer tap over. Integrated conventional electric oven and four ring hob. Space for full height fridge-freezer. Integrated dishwasher. Larder cupboard.

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM: (2.74m x 2.38m) 9' x 7'10" Including a large storage cupboard. WC and enamel wash hand basin with storage below. The water tank and boiler are housed here.

BOOT ROOM: (2.33m x 1.29m) 7'8" x 4'3" A useful addition with a tiled floor and door to the garden.

First Floor

STUDY LANDING: (6.17m x 2.74m max floor measurements) 20'3" x 12.5" (max floor measurements) An exceptional space with a high ceiling, exposed floor to ceiling chimney, wide oak floorboards and mullion windows. Currently utilised as a reading area but offering the potential to be a study with far reaching views over the garden.

BEDROOM 2: (4.08m x 3.78m) 13'5" x 12'5" Exposed beams, mullion window and door to:

POTENTIAL EN-SUITE: Currently a walk in wardrobe abutting the family bathroom and in turn offering clear potential to become an en-suite if required.

BEDROOM 3: (4.44m x 3.22m plus recess) 14'7" x 10'7" With exposed beams and floor to ceiling red brick chimney.

BEDROOM 4: (3.40m x 3.09m plus clothes hanging space) 11'2" x 10'2" Exposed beams.

BEDROOM 5: (3.60m x 3.40m) 11'10" x 11'2" With a 10ft high ceiling, exposed beams, floor to ceiling chimney and wide oak floorboards.

FAMILY BATHROOM: A spacious room with exposed beams, views over the garden, large fully tiled shower cubicle, bath with shower attachment, WC and wash hand basin.

Outside A long brick and flint wall bordered gravel drive leads to a large area of parking and in turn leads to:

TRIPLE CART LODGE (28'4" x 19'7") & ADJOINING WORKSHOP (19'7" x 9'10") With three open bays and attached workshop which in turn has light, water and power connected.

The grounds are possibly one of the properties most attractive features with well-placed terracing immediately behind the house designed with entertaining/dining alfresco in mind. The remainder includes large areas of lawn, meadow, established trees all abutting a meandering river which provides the perfect country backdrop.

In all about 3.5 acres.


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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Features:

  • Outstanding village house
  • In all about 3.5 acres
  • Centrally located within the village
  • Well-placed for village amenities including shop, pub, village hall etc
  • 4/5 bedrooms
  • Triple bay cart lodge
  • Ample parking
  • Workshop
  • Stunning countryside views

Door to:

ENTRANCE HALL: Fitted barrier matting and Suffolk latch doors to:

DRAWING ROOM: (6.14m x 4.39m) 20'2" x 14'5" A splendid room with a high beamed ceiling, fireplace with an oak bressumer, exposed brickwork and inset multi-fuel stove.

Inner Hall: Brick floor, useful storage cupboard, exposed studwork and Suffolk latch door to:

DINING ROOM: (6.35m x 4.14m) 20'10" x 13'7" An exceptional room at the heart of the house and well placed for entertaining. High beamed ceiling, brick floor, doors to the garden and a fireplace with exposed brickwork.

SITTING ROOM: (4.08m x 3.60m) 13'5" x 11'10" A light room with exposed beams, studwork and a red brick fireplace.

BEDROOM (STUDY): (4.21m narrowing to 1.93m x 3.45m narrowing to 1.77m) 13'10" narrowing to 6'4" x 11'4" narrowing to A versatile space that is currently utilised as an office with a high beamed ceiling and wonderful views over the garden. A stable door opens onto terracing and a Suffolk latch door to:

EN-SUITE: With exposed beams, evidence of a medieval doorway, fully tiled shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.

Inner Hall: Tiled floor, exposed beams and doors to:

AGA KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (4.21m x 4.06m) 13'10" x 13'4" With an AGA set within an inglenook fireplace complete with oak bressumer and brickwork above. A tiled floor runs throughout and there are a range of matching units and worktops incorporating a single drainer sink unit, vegetable drainer and mixer tap over. Integrated conventional electric oven and four ring hob. Space for full height fridge-freezer. Integrated dishwasher. Larder cupboard.

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM: (2.74m x 2.38m) 9' x 7'10" Including a large storage cupboard. WC and enamel wash hand basin with storage below. The water tank and boiler are housed here.

BOOT ROOM: (2.33m x 1.29m) 7'8" x 4'3" A useful addition with a tiled floor and door to the garden.

First Floor

STUDY LANDING: (6.17m x 2.74m max floor measurements) 20'3" x 12.5" (max floor measurements) An exceptional space with a high ceiling, exposed floor to ceiling chimney, wide oak floorboards and mullion windows. Currently utilised as a reading area but offering the potential to be a study with far reaching views over the garden.

BEDROOM 2: (4.08m x 3.78m) 13'5" x 12'5" Exposed beams, mullion window and door to:

POTENTIAL EN-SUITE: Currently a walk in wardrobe abutting the family bathroom and in turn offering clear potential to become an en-suite if required.

BEDROOM 3: (4.44m x 3.22m plus recess) 14'7" x 10'7" With exposed beams and floor to ceiling red brick chimney.

BEDROOM 4: (3.40m x 3.09m plus clothes hanging space) 11'2" x 10'2" Exposed beams.

BEDROOM 5: (3.60m x 3.40m) 11'10" x 11'2" With a 10ft high ceiling, exposed beams, floor to ceiling chimney and wide oak floorboards.

FAMILY BATHROOM: A spacious room with exposed beams, views over the garden, large fully tiled shower cubicle, bath with shower attachment, WC and wash hand basin.

Outside A long brick and flint wall bordered gravel drive leads to a large area of parking and in turn leads to:

TRIPLE CART LODGE (28'4" x 19'7") & ADJOINING WORKSHOP (19'7" x 9'10") With three open bays and attached workshop which in turn has light, water and power connected.

The grounds are possibly one of the properties most attractive features with well-placed terracing immediately behind the house designed with entertaining/dining alfresco in mind. The remainder includes large areas of lawn, meadow, established trees all abutting a meandering river which provides the perfect country backdrop.

In all about 3.5 acres.

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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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