Lower Road, Onehouse

£425,000 (SSTC)

Originally the Dairy to the historic Onehouse Hall and understood to have been converted approximately thirty five years ago, this charming home of much personality, provides light and airy accommodation all on one level, displaying a many attractive features throughout whilst complemented by beautiful gardens, cart-lodge garaging, walled courtyard and a stunning exclusive setting. The accommodation currently in brief comprises entrance door opening to a spacious reception hall/dining hall area with windows to front and rear (potential for doors to rear gardens) and door to a cloakroom. French doors lead from the dining hall area through to a comfortable sitting room with excellent ceiling height, wood burning stove and French windows to gardens. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units with wooden preparation surfaces and space for appliances. Note, the kitchen could be enlarged into the dining room area to make one large space if desired. There are three bedrooms and a recently remodelled wet room completes the well-presented accommodation.

The property is approached up a long shared private driveway which serves all the properties within the Onehouse Hall hamlet. The driveway leads in turn to the rear of The Old Dairy via a five bar gate opening to an enclosed courtyard which measures approximately 55ft x 30ft boarded by a high level wall. There is a double bay original cart lodge garage with adjoining brick built storage shed, oil tank and further storage area to side.

The gardens are a particular feature creating a beautiful outdoor space situated mostly to the front of the property. The gardens are mostly laid to lawn whilst stocked with an abundance of flowering plants, shrubs and maturing trees, providing a good degree of privacy and enjoy a south westerly aspect.

The Old Dairy enjoys a superb and unique setting at the end of a shared private driveway situated amongst other quality barn and stable conversions within the grounds of the magnificent and historic Onehouse Hall. The popular village of Onehouse is located approximately 2 miles from the market town of Stowmarket, which provides a good range of everyday facilities and a main line rail link to London. Excellent access is gained to the A14 dual carriageway, linking Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge and London via the M11 Motorway.

From Bury St Edmunds proceed east on the A14 towards Stowmarket, taking the turning Woolpit and Elmswell. Follow the road towards Woolpit. Proceed past the turning to the centre of Woolpit and continue out of the village into Borley Green. Stay on this road and after a few miles, pass the entrance to Stowmarket golf club on the right and take the next private driveway on the left which leads up to Onehouse Hall.

Mains electricity and water are connected. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. Council Tax band D.

Agents note
It is understood that the cart lodge garage falls within a grade II listing.

Please contact us on 01284 700 018 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

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  • Entrance hall
  • Cloakroom
  • Sitting room with wood burning stove
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Newly remodeled wet room
  • Delightful gardens and courtyard
  • Cart lodge garaging
  • Superb setting

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