A very beautiful traditional redbrick family home featuring generously-proportioned accommodation in the most tranquil setting, whilst being only a short distance from the village centre along with Woodbridge and nearby transportation links that lead into the wider commuter belt. A number of reception rooms offer the flexibility of use which is ideal for modern family life. The property has been modernised and refurbished throughout over the years and the principal rooms enjoy excellent views of the surrounding gardens, open fields and countryside beyond.
The accommodation radiates from a central hallway offering spacious and well-proportioned rooms of some elegance. On the ground floor are three/four principal reception rooms together with a kitchen/breakfast room with pantry, utility, boot room, and cloakroom. Whilst on the first floor are seven bedrooms, one with en-suite and two with dressing rooms, and two family bathrooms; there is an additional guest bedroom and en-suite to the ground floor.
The house offers plenty of scope for further improvement to take full advantage of this lovely home. This family home takes full advantage of its outstanding position with all the principal reception and bedrooms enjoying delightful views over the gardens, grounds and farmland beyond.
Home Farm will be found in a delightful rural location, on the outskirts of the village, and set back some 300 meters from the public highway. Hasketon is a very popular village, with its fine church and award winning public house, The Turks Head. Hasketon lies a short distance from the historic market town of Woodbridge on the banks of the River Deben. Woodbridge has an extensive range of shops, restaurants, public houses and recreational facilities along with an excellent Marina. There is also a good choice of schooling in both the private and state sectors. The Abbey Preparatory School and Woodbridge School are both located in the town, and Hasketon falls within the catchment area of the renowned Farlingaye High School. Ipswich is about 8 miles to the south-west and from here there are mainline rail services to London’s Liverpool Street station. The Heritage Coast lies within about 13 miles with popular villages such as Orford, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness, Walberswick and Southwold.
A12 1.2 miles, Woodbridge 2 miles, Martlesham 3.5 miles, Ipswich 9 miles, Aldeburgh 17 miles
The house is centrally positioned with a westerly aspect within its grounds of about 1.86 acres. The gardens are mainly lawned, subdivided by mature borders of established flowers and shrubs; there is also a patio that can be accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room and an enclosed area beside the rear garden with raised beds and a dog run. To the side, is a former garage, that is currently utilised as a store, workshop and potting shed, and beyond the formal garden is a further low level timber frame range that we understand was previously used to house livestock. The property can be found at the very end of a private road and therefore is well secluded.
By way of separate negotiation, there is a further 6.24 acres of paddock land and an additional detached barn. Only available to the purchaser of Home Farm.
Local Authority: East Suffolk Council.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.
Council Tax: Band G.