Country Life: 'Pull up the drawbridge. Two moated houses of East Anglia have impressive histories'

Country Life magazine: 'Pull up the drawbridge. Two moated houses of East Anglia have impressive histories'

'The East Anglian offices of Jackson-Stops have hit the ground running with the launch onto the market of two enchanting moated houses, both set in tranquil private locations, unseen and undisturbed by the many visitors who come close to losing themselves among the heathland, dunes and reed beds of the region's heritage coastline.'

Featuring The Clock Tower, Old Hunstanton - a magnificent Grade II listed moated Victorian coach house with original clock tower and fine architectural features by the renowned architect Charles Morris, set in 2.43 acres of mature gardens and grounds in a stunning location within walking distance of the sea. New to the market with Jackson-Stops Burnham Market with a guide price of £1,800,000.

https://www.jackson-stops.co.uk/properties/18340183/sales/burnham-market

Also featuring Godwins Place, Hoo, Woodbridge - understood to date from the 16th century with later 17th century additions to replace an earlier larger 15th Century residence built by John Godwyn. Fully moated and immaculately presented, this stunning Suffolk farmhouse is set amidst 5½ acres of mature gardens and grounds. New to the market with Jackson-Stops Ipswich with a guide price of £1,850,000.

https://www.jackson-stops.co.uk/properties/18362698/sales/ipswich