A beautiful Grade II Listed former farmhouse situated in the highly desirable village of Drinkstone, set within over 3.5 acres of stunning gardens and grounds.
Dining room, Drawing room and Garden room
Entrance Hall, Utility room and Cloakroom
Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room
Guest bedroom with en-suite
Second floor Bedroom with sitting area and en-suite shower room
Third Bedroom and Family bathroom to first floor
Triple Bay Cart Lodge with one bedroom annexe above
Pool House with Living/Dining room, Kitchen, Bedroom, Bedroom two/Office and Shower Room
Swimming Pool, Listed Dovecote, Gardens and Paddock - 3.63 acres in all
Home Farm is a substantial Grade II Listed former farmhouse, which is believed to date back to the 17th Century and has been significantly improved and updated throughout our clients’ ownership. The ground floor comprises entrance hall, which leads to the impressive kitchen breakfast room with Aga and central island. This beautifully laid out kitchen is double aspect and offers superb views across the gardens to the rear. A vaulted garden room is a wonderful addition to the ground floor entertaining area, a further formal dining room and elegant drawing room with traditional open fireplace compliment the modern end of the property. A spacious and well-equipped utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor offers a newly refurbished and redesigned master suite, benefitting from a generous en-suite shower room and dressing room. In addition to this is a guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, a further double bedroom with wonderful character and charm and the newly fitted family bathroom. On the second floor is a further generous bedroom suite.
The pool house offers a superb addition to the main house, with two bedrooms, a newly fitted kitchen, bathroom and commodious reception room with direct access to the swimming pool via bifold doors. The pool house is an exceptionally attractive contemporary building, which is a wonderful addition to Home Farm offering flexible and versatile additional accommodation.
Above the triple bay cart lodge is a newly refurbished annexe with a well- proportioned bedroom and shower room. The annexe has particularly attractive views across the beautiful countryside that surrounds Home Farm via a Juliet balcony.
Local Authority: Mid Suffolk District Council
Council Tax: Band G; £2706.52 per annum
Services: Mains electricity. Private drainage. Private water supply via a well. It is understood that the property is also linked to Anglian Water. Oil fired Aga and central heating.?Agents Note: The owners of Kingfisher House have a right of way over the drive to access their property. There is also a public footpath that runs diagonally across the paddock.
Home Farm is approached through electric gates over a gravel driveway flanked by a pond and an attractive area of woodland on one side and the paddock on the other. The drive leads to the cart lodge and annexe with a large parking area for several cars. The area also has the individually Listed dovecote which is a particularly pretty feature and could be used for several different purposes including storage or stabling for horses.
The formal gardens are mainly laid to lawn, with a variety of mature trees and plants and offer wonderful views across the neighbouring countryside. The swimming pool area has a delightful terrace and is an ideal area for al-fresco dining and summer entertaining. The gardens and ground in total are approximately 3.63 acres.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 3.629