A rare chance to acquire a farmhouse in need of modernisation, with an extensive range of outbuildings standing in approximately 4.61 acres (stms) with no near neighbours and offering a tremendous opportunity for development for a number of uses
Approached from the road via a long drive, the grassland lies to either side of the road and extends round to the rear of the northernmost 4 bay general purpose building. An extensive concrete hardstanding area lies between the buildings,
The farmhouse is entered via a sunroom, glazed on two sides and an inner door opens to the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of base and wall units in panelled oak with granite effect work surfaces, inset 1 & ½ bowl stainless steel sink unit, space for electric cooker, vinyl flooring and windows to rear and side. Door to dining room with exposed beams and timbers, door to utility room with base and wall units, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, windows to side and door to WC., with window to side, bathroom with panel bath, washbasin and airing cupboard.
From the Dining room a door leads to the double aspect sitting Room with stonework fire surround and hearth, exposed timberwork. Staircase to first floor landing with exposed timbers and studwork, access to roofspace, door to eaves storage and doors to master bedroom with door to storage cupboard and window to front overlooking the grassland. Bedroom 2 dual aspect with windows to front and side. Bedroom 3 window to front and exposed timberwork
outside: Approached from the road, the long drive is flanked by grassland and leads to the aforementioned concrete hardstanding area. The buildings consist of a 5 bay steel portal framed general purpose building with concrete flooring attached to the southern side of this building is sizeable workshop. Across the yard is a 5 bay steel and timber framed building with steel sliding doors and contains a redundant pig rearing unit of concrete and block stalls. To the northern boundary of the yard stands a 4 bay steel portal framed, aluminium clad, general purpose building.
There is also a range of smaller temporary, redundant outbuildings that have had a variety of uses.
To the western side of the farmhouse is an enclosed and sheltered garden and orchard with a variety of mature fruit trees.
Services: Mains water and electric, private drainage
local authority: Waveney District Council council tax band: 'E'
viewing: Strictly by appointment with the vendor's agent
From Halesworth take the A144 towards Bungay. Proceed through Spexhall and Ilketshall St. Lawrence and after approximately 3/4 mile take the left turn into High Street and continue for approximately1/2 a mile when the property will be seen set well back from the road down a straight access road