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Guide price £895,000
Enjoying a delightfully tranquil edge of village setting, close to Framlingham, a south facing, picturesque four bedroomed period house, with excellent equestrian facilities in 7 acres. Tucked away amid the picturesque countryside of the Alde River Valley, a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, High House Farm enjoys an elevated south facing setting on the edge of Bruisyard, with fine views across the valley. The house, with its timber framed core, has been recently renovated by the present vendor and offers, light and well laid out accommodation which extends to about 3,000 sq ft. Benefiting from an oil-fired central heating system, the house features an impressive open plan bespoke kitchen, with Silestone worksurfaces and a brick floor which is open plan into the breakfast/dining room, beyond which is a well-proportioned drawing room, with sliding doors onto a suntrap terrace and front garden. Set off the inner ''library hall' is a sitting room, with the rear hall, service rooms and study/office beyond. There are Jotul woodburning stoves set within the fireplaces of the three reception rooms. The first floor, accessed by twin staircases, offers four double bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms. The property benefits from an oil-fired central heating system, has updated lighting and double-glazed windows. Many of the rooms to the front enjoy views across the pretty gardens, whilst to the rear there are views across the surrounding countryside. OUTSIDE An automatic five-bar gate accesses the driveway, which sweeps between the front lawn and pond, into the stable yard which is bordered to one side by a range of four block built loose boxes, a pair of garages together with a multi-purpose range of stores including a tack room and office. On the opposite side is a further block and timber buildings housing three further loose boxes with a feed room beyond, together with a workshop, store and summer garden room which overlooks the pond and wildflower garden. The concreted yards provide gated access to the two post and rail paddocks, as well as a further range of buildings comprising a utility barn (28ft x 22ft) with trailer/horse box garage, complete with horse shower, beyond, former pig pens which now provide general purpose storage and a multi-purpose barn (110ft x 30ft approx) providing hay storage and winter turn out. All buildings have the benefit of light, power and water connections and the equestrian facilities are completed with a sheltered Charles Britton mange (60m x 20m) with a sand and rubber surface. LOCATION Bruisyard nestles amidst the gently rolling and picturesque countryside just 4.8 miles from Framlingham. The historic market town, with its impressive Norman castle and picturesque central square, provides a wide range of local shopping and commercial facilities as well as numerous pubs and restaurants. There are top performing schools in both the state and private sector catering for all age groups, including Thomas Mills High School and Framlingham College. There are many appealing footpaths through the Alde Valley and access to good local riding. Both the A12 and local rail services are available at Saxmundham (4.8 miles), the latter linking to the county town of Ipswich from where there are regular main line services to London's Liverpool Street Station in about 70 mins (with future direct services expected). DISTANCES Framlingham - 4.8 miles Saxmundham Station - 4.8 miles (with branch & reportedly future direct services to London Liverpool Street Station A12 - 4.8 miles Aldeburgh & Suffolk Coast - 13 miles DIRECTIONS (IP17 2EQ) Travelling in a north easterly direction on the A12, bypass Woodbridge and Wickham Market and proceed onto the Saxmundham bypass. Turn left onto the B1119 signed to Framlingham and follow the road into the village of Rendham. At the sharp left-hand corner by the White Horse pub turn off to the right (effectively travelling straight ahead) and proceed into Bruisyard. After the road has borne round to the right and climbed a small hill, turn left and proceed past Bruisyard Hall into the centre of the village. Take the second right-hand turning signed to Badingham and continue into open countryside where High House Farm will be found on the left at the top of a small hill. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Modern private drainage system. Fibre- optic broadband available. Fixtures & Fittings Items regarded as fixtures and fittings, including the SMEG cooking range and the solar panels, are initially excluded from the sale. EPC - D Council Tax band - G Viewings By appointment with Jackson-Stops
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