SSTC 3 Bed House - Detached
£600,000 Guide Price
- Entrance hall, cloakroom
- Boot room, utility
- Drawing room with Inglenook
- Snug, study
- Farmhouse kitchen with Aga
- Garden room
- Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
- Two attic rooms ( formally two further bedrooms)
- Beautiful gardens and paddock
- Range of outbuildings, superb setting
This grade II listed 17th Century farmhouse stands within delightful grounds of around 1.3 acres (s.t.s) comprising gardens, pond, outbuildings and paddock, whilst enjoying an enviable setting in one of the area's most unspoilt and charming Suffolk villages. Although dated by present day standards, the accommodation retains features including Inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and evidence of mullion windows and currently in brief comprises: entrance door opening to an entrance hall situated to the side of a large chimney breast with staircase to first floor. Door to kitchen, a traditional farmhouse kitchen full of personality with exposed beams and a large fireplace recess with oil fired Aga (green) with hot plates, oven, whilst serving the oil fired radiator central heating system (not tested). Stairs off to first floor, door to garden room, of timber and glazed construction beneath a glazed roof-line with doors and views to gardens. The sitting room is a splendid reception room and a particular feature of which is a huge red brick Inglenook fireplace. Door to a study (Victorian addition) with fireplace, window to front, side and opening leading to a snug with fireplace, window to side and built in cupboard. The boot room is a useful space with adjoining cloakroom and separate utility room. Two staircases lead to the first floor. The master bedroom is a superb room displaying good quality stud work and a fine redbrick fireplace. Door to an en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms and a spacious bathroom. Stairs up to two attic rooms (formally two further bedrooms) with potential for conservation roof light windows to be installed on the rear roof (subject to planning and listed building consent).
The house is approached along a gravel driveway, providing extensive vehicle parking, turning space and access to a range of outbuildings including former stables, cart-lodge garaging, studio and timber stores. The gardens are a delightful feature comprising lawned gardens with well stocked borders and flowerbeds, pond and mature trees. To the rear of the gardens is a paddock. In all about 1.3 acres (s.t.s).
The property is beautifully situated close to the centre of this small picturesque village. Langham is a sought after and pretty village situated to the north east of Bury St Edmunds and provides convenient access to the A14 dual carriageway linking to east coast ports, Cambridge and London via the M11 motorway and the rail station at Stowmarket.
Mains electricity and water are connected. Oil fired radiator central heating. Private drainage. Council Tax band F.
The derelict barns and land to the left side of the farmhouse are not included in the sale.
When entering Langham from the direction of Bury St Edmunds and Hunston, follow the road through the village where the entrance to the property will be found further on the right hand side.