Needham Market, Suffolk ( For Sale ) Guide Price £745,000

Detached House         7 bedroom(s)         3 bathroom(s)        5 reception room(s)

A substantial Grade II Listed property of approximately 5800 sq ft having late 16th Century origins and located close to all amenities. The property benefits from 5 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, 7 bedrooms and 3 attic rooms. Off road parking, gardens and a variety of outbuildings.

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


Features:

  • Substantial detached Grade II Listed house
  • Close to all amenities
  • Over 5800 sq ft of accommodation
  • 5 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast and utility
  • Cellar
  • 7 bedrooms
  • 3 attic rooms
  • Parking and gardens

A substantial detached Grade II Listed house of significant architectural and historical interest with origins dating back to the late 16th Century. Longueville House sits proudly within its expansive grounds and offers versatile accommodation over three floors and has retained many notable period features throughout; of particular note are the exposed timbers and studwork with moulded beams, windows with shutters and picture rails. This exceptional property is further enhanced by en suite facilities, range of outbuildings and ample off street parking

Entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: An excellent welcoming area having exposed beams, linenfold door and a large opening through to boot room and door through to;

RECEPTION HALL: 18'6 x 14'3 (5.63m x 4.35m). A substantial area with staircase rising to first floor, exposed wooden floorboards and doors through to all principal reception rooms. Secondary staircase to first floor and additional door to cellar.

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C. and wash hand basin.

DRAWING ROOM: 19'6 x 18'3 (5.95m x 5.56m). Located to the far end of the hallway this charming room has a substantial bay window offering views of the grounds and a fireplace with tiled inlay and mantelpiece creating the main focal point of the room.

REAR HALL: Located between the drawing room and the dining room. Large door opening to the grounds.

DINING ROOM: 20'2 x 13'11 (6.15m x 4.23m). A splendid room with magnificent fireplace creating the main focal point of the room with tiled hearth, carved surround and mantelpiece believed to have originated from Barking Hall. Delightful bay window overlooking the grounds. Currently used as a formal dining room but would lend itself to a multiple of uses.

FAMILY ROOM/SITTING ROOM: 15'4 x 15' (4.68m x 4.56m). A versatile space having double doors opening to the grounds. Fireplace with tiled surround and wooden carved mantle. Exposed beams.

STUDY AREA: 8'6 x 8' (2.58m x 2.44m). A versatile space that would ideally lend itself to a home office if so required.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 19'3 x 16'4 (5.88m x 4.97m). An excellent size and fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units having work preparation surfaces with four ring hob, eye level oven and double sink unit with mixer tap and single drainer. Spaces for dishwasher and fridge freezer. Located in the former fireplace is an AGA, however this is not connected. Pantry cupboard. Pamment tiled flooring.

UTILITY ROOM: 16'2 x 12'11 (4.93m x 3.94m). Again a generous size, this useful area has base units having work preparation surfaces and sink unit with single drainer. Spaces for washing machine and tumble dryer. Floor standing oil fired boiler. Door to rear.

CELLAR: 21'1 x 14'1 (6.42m x 4.29m). Accessed via the reception hall and in turn leads to an excellent storage area with window to the grounds.

First floor

LANDING: An excellent inviting area with substantial roof skylight allowing natural light to flood in. Continuing round to further stairwells leading to the attic rooms. A further rear stairwell leads back down to the ground floor by the kitchen/breakfast room.

BEDROOM 1: 17'11 x 13'11 (5.45m x 4.25m). A substantial room having double aspect and built-in walk-in wardrobe. Further door to;

EN SUITE: 13' x 10' (3.95m x 3.06m). A recently installed suite having freestanding ball and claw roll top bath, corner shower cubicle, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Side aspect.

BEDROOM 2: 18'4 x 14'1 (5.58m x 4.28m). Again a substantial room having views overlooking the rear grounds. Large built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 3: 15'9 x 13'5 (4.80m x 4.10m). A dual aspect room with attractive fireplace creating the main focal point of the room.

BEDROOM 4: 14'10 x 13' (4.51m x 3.97m). A generous size and currently occupied as a home office, however would easily revert to a bedroom if so required.

BEDROOM 5: 15'1 x 12' (4.61m x 3.66m). Having side aspect.

INNER HALLWAY: Staircase to ground floor. Main staircase leading to attic rooms.

BEDROOM 6: 17'3 x 16'4 (5.26m x 4.99m). Again a good sized room with front aspect and views overlooking the grounds. Further hallway which opens to;

BEDROOM 7: 14' x 13'1 (4.26m x 4.23m). Requiring a degree of updating however would lend itself to become an excellent master suite with front aspect, built-in storage cupboard and door opening to a;

WALK-IN WARDROBE/STORE ROOM: 8'11 x 7'11 (2.71m x 2.41m).

Door to; W.C.

FAMILY BATHROOM: 9'9 x 6'1 (2.96m x 1.85m). A delightful suite fitted with panelled bath having mixer tap with shower attachment, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled flooring.

SHOWER ROOM: With built-in shower cubicle having part tiled surround. Wall hung wash hand basin.

Second floor

ATTIC ROOM 1: 14'3 x 11'10 (4.35m x 3.60m). With side aspect. Exposed timbers and floorboards. Return staircase to landing.

ATTIC ROOM 2: 14'5 x 11'10 (4.39m x 3.60m). With side aspect. Exposed timbers and floorboards.

ATTIC ROOM 3: 13'6 x 11'10 (4.11m x 3.60m). With side aspect. Exposed timbers and floorboards. Small returning staircase to landing.

Outside Longueville House is approached through white brick columns with a gravel driveway leading towards the property and a sweeping gravelled driveway that affords ample off street parking. The grounds of Longueville House are predominantly lawn to the front, side and rear and benefit from well-established trees. There are a variety of OUTBUILDINGS with the workshop currently attached to the property and having power and light connected. There is a pergola with climbing rose to the side garden.


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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Full Details

Features:

  • Substantial detached Grade II Listed house
  • Close to all amenities
  • Over 5800 sq ft of accommodation
  • 5 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast and utility
  • Cellar
  • 7 bedrooms
  • 3 attic rooms
  • Parking and gardens

A substantial detached Grade II Listed house of significant architectural and historical interest with origins dating back to the late 16th Century. Longueville House sits proudly within its expansive grounds and offers versatile accommodation over three floors and has retained many notable period features throughout; of particular note are the exposed timbers and studwork with moulded beams, windows with shutters and picture rails. This exceptional property is further enhanced by en suite facilities, range of outbuildings and ample off street parking

Entrance door to;

ENTRANCE HALL: An excellent welcoming area having exposed beams, linenfold door and a large opening through to boot room and door through to;

RECEPTION HALL: 18'6 x 14'3 (5.63m x 4.35m). A substantial area with staircase rising to first floor, exposed wooden floorboards and doors through to all principal reception rooms. Secondary staircase to first floor and additional door to cellar.

CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C. and wash hand basin.

DRAWING ROOM: 19'6 x 18'3 (5.95m x 5.56m). Located to the far end of the hallway this charming room has a substantial bay window offering views of the grounds and a fireplace with tiled inlay and mantelpiece creating the main focal point of the room.

REAR HALL: Located between the drawing room and the dining room. Large door opening to the grounds.

DINING ROOM: 20'2 x 13'11 (6.15m x 4.23m). A splendid room with magnificent fireplace creating the main focal point of the room with tiled hearth, carved surround and mantelpiece believed to have originated from Barking Hall. Delightful bay window overlooking the grounds. Currently used as a formal dining room but would lend itself to a multiple of uses.

FAMILY ROOM/SITTING ROOM: 15'4 x 15' (4.68m x 4.56m). A versatile space having double doors opening to the grounds. Fireplace with tiled surround and wooden carved mantle. Exposed beams.

STUDY AREA: 8'6 x 8' (2.58m x 2.44m). A versatile space that would ideally lend itself to a home office if so required.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 19'3 x 16'4 (5.88m x 4.97m). An excellent size and fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units having work preparation surfaces with four ring hob, eye level oven and double sink unit with mixer tap and single drainer. Spaces for dishwasher and fridge freezer. Located in the former fireplace is an AGA, however this is not connected. Pantry cupboard. Pamment tiled flooring.

UTILITY ROOM: 16'2 x 12'11 (4.93m x 3.94m). Again a generous size, this useful area has base units having work preparation surfaces and sink unit with single drainer. Spaces for washing machine and tumble dryer. Floor standing oil fired boiler. Door to rear.

CELLAR: 21'1 x 14'1 (6.42m x 4.29m). Accessed via the reception hall and in turn leads to an excellent storage area with window to the grounds.

First floor

LANDING: An excellent inviting area with substantial roof skylight allowing natural light to flood in. Continuing round to further stairwells leading to the attic rooms. A further rear stairwell leads back down to the ground floor by the kitchen/breakfast room.

BEDROOM 1: 17'11 x 13'11 (5.45m x 4.25m). A substantial room having double aspect and built-in walk-in wardrobe. Further door to;

EN SUITE: 13' x 10' (3.95m x 3.06m). A recently installed suite having freestanding ball and claw roll top bath, corner shower cubicle, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Side aspect.

BEDROOM 2: 18'4 x 14'1 (5.58m x 4.28m). Again a substantial room having views overlooking the rear grounds. Large built-in cupboard.

BEDROOM 3: 15'9 x 13'5 (4.80m x 4.10m). A dual aspect room with attractive fireplace creating the main focal point of the room.

BEDROOM 4: 14'10 x 13' (4.51m x 3.97m). A generous size and currently occupied as a home office, however would easily revert to a bedroom if so required.

BEDROOM 5: 15'1 x 12' (4.61m x 3.66m). Having side aspect.

INNER HALLWAY: Staircase to ground floor. Main staircase leading to attic rooms.

BEDROOM 6: 17'3 x 16'4 (5.26m x 4.99m). Again a good sized room with front aspect and views overlooking the grounds. Further hallway which opens to;

BEDROOM 7: 14' x 13'1 (4.26m x 4.23m). Requiring a degree of updating however would lend itself to become an excellent master suite with front aspect, built-in storage cupboard and door opening to a;

WALK-IN WARDROBE/STORE ROOM: 8'11 x 7'11 (2.71m x 2.41m).

Door to; W.C.

FAMILY BATHROOM: 9'9 x 6'1 (2.96m x 1.85m). A delightful suite fitted with panelled bath having mixer tap with shower attachment, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled flooring.

SHOWER ROOM: With built-in shower cubicle having part tiled surround. Wall hung wash hand basin.

Second floor

ATTIC ROOM 1: 14'3 x 11'10 (4.35m x 3.60m). With side aspect. Exposed timbers and floorboards. Return staircase to landing.

ATTIC ROOM 2: 14'5 x 11'10 (4.39m x 3.60m). With side aspect. Exposed timbers and floorboards.

ATTIC ROOM 3: 13'6 x 11'10 (4.11m x 3.60m). With side aspect. Exposed timbers and floorboards. Small returning staircase to landing.

Outside Longueville House is approached through white brick columns with a gravel driveway leading towards the property and a sweeping gravelled driveway that affords ample off street parking. The grounds of Longueville House are predominantly lawn to the front, side and rear and benefit from well-established trees. There are a variety of OUTBUILDINGS with the workshop currently attached to the property and having power and light connected. There is a pergola with climbing rose to the side garden.

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