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  • 1,843 sq ft of accommodation
  • Central sitting room with inglenook fireplace & adjoining dining room
  • Fitted, AGA kitchen
  • Large utility room with cloakroom & store
  • Wide stair to spacious central first-floor landing
  • 2 separate bedrooms & connecting 3rd bedroom
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Area of sheltered & secluded offset lawned garden
  • Secluded paved rear courtyard garden
  • Parking


A Grade II Listed 16th Century farmhouse set off a no through lane in a tucked away edge of village setting. Cherry Tree Farmhouse is Listed Grade II and understood to date from the early 16th Century. The house enjoys a tucked away setting on the edge of Debenham, within easy walking distance of the village's wide range of local amenities. The house stands adjacent to its former barn which has been converted and is in separate ownership, with a right of way over the driveway, which runs between Cherry Tree Farmhouse and its offset garden. Whilst 'a little tired at the edges' externally, the accommodation within, which extends to some 1,843 sq ft, includes a central, well-proportioned sitting room with painted beams, and a wide inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. To one side is a second flexible use reception/dining room, beyond which is a large utility room with stable door to the rear courtyard and a cloakroom. To the other end of the house, the fitted kitchen has hardwood work surfaces and an oil-fired AGA, as well as a stable door to the aforementioned rear courtyard. A wide staircase rises to a spacious central landing, accessing on either side are two double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom and the other connecting through to a third bedroom/dressing room with a further en suite bathroom beyond. OUTSIDE There is parking on the shingled drive to the front of the property and a secure paved courtyard garden to the rear. The off-set garden to the south is laid to lawn and enclosed by hedging and fencing and includes a wooden shed and a paved terraced area. LOCATION Set in the heart of Suffolk, the popular village of Debenham offers a wide range of local amenities including top performing primary and high schools. The village is easily accessible to Framlingham (9 miles) and Ipswich (13 miles) providing further local amenities, whilst from Stowmarket (9 miles) there is access to the A14 and mainline rail services to London Liverpool Street Station. DISTANCES Debenham village centre - within easy walking distance Framlingham - 9 miles Ipswich - 13 miles Stowmarket & A14 - 9 miles (London Liverpool Street Station 85 mins approx.) DIRECTIONS (IP14 6QT) From Ipswich travel in a northerly direction on the B1077. Proceed through the villages of Witnesham, Ashbocking and Framsden. At the junction with the A1120 turn left and shortly thereafter turn right back onto the B1077 signed to Debenham. On entering the village, proceed beyond the four new built houses on the left and then take the next left hand turn into Cherry Tree Lane. After a further 30 yards turn off to the left, into Deben Rise, and then immediately right back into Cherry Tree Lane where the property will be found straight ahead. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Fixtures & Fittings: The carpets and curtains, fixtures and fittings currently within the property are included within the sale. Tenure: Freehold and vacant possession upon completion. Viewing: By appointment with Jackson-Stops Tel. 01473 218218. Council Tax: Band E AGENT'S NOTE The neighboring converted barn, situated to the rear of the farmhouse, has a right of way for all purposes over the driveway.