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  • Attractive views over paddocks to the rear
  • Welcoming Reception/Music Hall
  • 3 Reception Rooms and Study
  • Stunning Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Aga
  • Utility Room and Cloakroom
  • 7 Bedrooms and 3 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En-Suite) and En-Suite Cloakroom to Bedroom 6 and 2nd Floor Playroom
  • Gated Driveway with Turning and Parking For Several Cars
  • Large Established Garden with Pond
  • Gym/barn, car port, storage barn, studio and wood store
  • Barn/, Car Port, Storage Barn, Potential Studio, Wood Store


An impressive and superbly presented Grade II Listed village house with views over paddocks to the rear and attractive established grounds approaching ¾ of an acre. Entrance Hall, Reception/Music Hall, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room and Cloakroom. Landing, Seven Bedrooms, Three Bath/Shower Rooms (One En-Suite), Cloakroom to Bedroom 6 and Playroom. Gated Driveway with Turning and Parking for Several Cars, Large Established Garden with Pond, Barn/Gym, Car Port, Storage Barn, Studio, Wood Store and Courtyard/Bin Store. THE PROPERTY Manor Farm is a Grade II Listed house of considerable stature in the sought after Suffolk village of Little Thurlow with an attractive established garden backing on to paddocks. Believed to date back to the 17th Century, the property has rendered elevations under a peg tiled roof and sash windows with segmental arched recessed panels. The current owners have sympathetically carried out extensive works to the house including re-rendering, re-roofing, works to the impressive chimneys and windows, the installation of a superb bespoke Neptune kitchen/breakfast room and utility room and extending the driveway. The property has oil fired central heating and mains drainage. Approaching 3,653 sq ft in all this unique family home retains a wealth of attractive features including notable segmental arched sash windows, open fireplaces and exposed timbers. Particular features of this fine and well proportioned house are the welcoming reception/music hall, charming reception rooms, with an inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove to the dining room, brick fireplace with a wood burning stove to the drawing room, wonderful 18ft Neptune kitchen/breakfast room with dual control electric Aga. There is a useful utility room off the study and cloakroom to the side of the property. The property has four bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms (one en-suite) to the first floor. The second floor has three further double bedrooms, with an en-suite cloakroom to bedroom 6 and spacious playroom. OUTSIDE Manor Farm is approached through a pair of electric wooden gates leading to a sweeping gravel driveway providing turning and parking for several vehicles, access to the house and garden. The front of the property is enclosed by a brick wall with a passageway and gate leading to the courtyard and outbuildings. The attractive established garden enjoys views over paddocks to the rear and is enclosed by a brick wall and hedging. The superb garden offers a high degree of privacy and is mainly laid to lawn with specimen trees, orchard, well stocked flower and shrub beds, pond and paved terraces. A five bar wooden gate off the driveway leads to a courtyard where the barn/garage, car port, bin store, store barn, wood store and studio are located. The studio and barn/garage offer potential for conversion to an annexe, subject to the necessary planning consents. LOCATION Manor Farm is located in the heart of the delightful rural village of Little Thurlow. This sought after West Suffolk village is set in attractive countryside with a church, public house and primary school. The sister village of Great Thurlow also has a church, recreation ground and petrol station. The nearby towns of Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds offer a wide range of local facilities including shopping, hotels, restaurants, schools and leisure facilities, with health clubs, swimming pools and a golf club. Cambridge is approximately nineteen miles away and has excellent schools, shopping and other facilities. There is easy access to the A14, A11 and M11 and via these to the national road network. There is a branch line connection from Newmarket to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge, Audley End and Whittlesford Parkway offer direct rail lines into London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately an hour's drive.