About this property

 A Grade II Listed stunning property C16th CAPACIOUS COUNTRY HOUSE with Georgian facade having been renovated extensively by the current owners  **  GARAGE WITH WORKSHOP ** LARGE GARDEN ** CELLAR  ** 

LOCATION Suffolk House is within walking distance of the centre of the village of Stradbroke, which offers local shops and services including a Spar convenience store that caters for all day-to-day needs, a bakery, butchers, medical centre, village hall, children's play areas, hairdressing salon, antique shop, dog grooming parlour, library/Post Office, Stradbroke Baptist Church, two public houses, Church of England VC Primary School and Stradbroke High School. The historical and imposing All Saints Church, with its 15th century tower, is located in the heart of the village and is visible for miles around. There is also a sports centre with a swimming pool, gym and tennis courts, as well as numerous clubs and societies, including a popular cricket club, tennis club, bowls club and football clubs. The South Norfolk town of Diss, with Morrisons, Tesco and Aldi supermarkets, lies about 10.5 miles to the north-west of the property. From here are direct trains to Norwich and London's Liverpool Street station. Framlingham, with its medieval castle, is approximately 9 miles to the south, and the Heritage Coast, with the popular centres of Southwold, Walberswick and Dunwich, is about 18 miles to the east. The county town of Ipswich lies about 23 miles to the south, and Norwich is about 29 miles to the north.  

SUFFOLK HOUSE - INTERIOR  Suffolk House has been lovingly restored throughout and offers a welcoming Entrance Hall with tiled flooring, original staircase and a large storage space under the stairs.  A door to the right leads into the Drawing Room which has a sash window to the front with original shutters to both sides and a cast iron fireplace with white wooden surround and stripped flooring. To the left of the Entrance Hall is a Study, with equal proportions to that of the Drawing Room, again with a sash window with shutters to the front, stripped flooring and pretty fireplace.  A door from the Study and from the Entrance Hall leads into the spacious Dining room which has beams and stud work to one wall, an Inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam over and a wood burner sitting on a brick hearth.  There are bifold doors leading out to the rear garden, a shelved cupboard with part quarry tiles to the floor and stripped floorboards with a trap door leading down to a wine cellar.  There is an opening to the right leading into the Kitchen which has a range of cream shaker style wall and base units, solid wood worktops, ceramic one and half bowl sink, drainer with mixer taps and window above overlooking the rear garden with door to garden at the side, space for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer, electric hob with double extractor above, high level double oven and attractive ceramic tiled flooring.  Off the Dining Room a step leads into the Utility/Boot Room which has a range of built-in cupboards housing the space for a washing machine and numerous storage cupboards. There is plenty of storage too for boots and coats etc.  A back door leads out into the rear garden.  There is also a downstairs cloakroom with close coupled wc and wall hung wash hand basin.  The Garden Room at the rear of the property is extremely light and airy having two sets of bifold doors and a further floor to ceiling window overlooking the garden. Upstairs there is a spacious landing with a sash window and to the left is the Principal Bedroom with built-in cupboards and a door leading into a large En Suite Shower Room comprising walk in Shower cubicle with overhead shower, wc and wash hand basin. There is a double bedroom overlooking the front with a sash window and a small cupboard.  Off the rear landing there is a double bedroom with a built in deep shelved cupboard and a pretty Victorian cast iron fireplace with wood surround, stud work and original floorboards.  Bedroom 4 is also a double with a window overlooking the rear garden and is currently used as a dressing room. At the end of the rear landing there is a fabulous renovated bathroom with roll top bath, walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin and wc.  It also benefits from underfloor heating.  Up a further staircase from the rear landing is an Attic Room with original beams and a velux window, perfect as a study or children's room.  This completes this amazing property which will not be on the market long so book a viewing now.

SUFFOLK HOUSE - EXTERIOR  To the front of Suffolk House there are railings with a gate leading to the front door with a fanlight above, to the side is parking for one vehicle which in turn leads to a very large garage and workshop behind. There is also a cupboard in the workshop which houses the new boiler.  A window overlooks the rear garden and there is a personal door to the patio area, and pergola with further seating area under.  The garden is of a very generous nature particularly for a village property, and is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging, trees and herbaceous border. 

TENURE - The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion

LOCAL AUTHORITY. Mid Suffolk District Council

Tax Band:  E

EPC: Exempt 

Postcode: IP21 5HG

SERVICES - Wood burner to the Dining Room, new radiators and electric boiler fitted,  mains drains water and electricity.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS All Fixtures and Fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be included subject to separate negotiation.

AGENTS NOTES The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all easements and wayleaves, and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not. Please note if you wish to offer on any of our properties we will require verification of funds and information to enable a search to be carried out on all parties purchasing. 

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