Mulberry Farm is a very timber-framed period farmhouse near Bury St Edmunds which is a registered smallholding.
The property is listed Grade II and has an abundance of period features which include exposed timbers and original fireplaces. The triple aspect sitting room features exposed studwork, a red brick fireplace and French doors out to the garden, while the kitchen/breakfast room is large and offers a great family space. A large landing upstairs leads to the four good-sized bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms.
Accommodation in total comprises: reception hall, inner hall, sitting room, dining room, snug, kitchen/breakfast room & family area, cloakroom four first floor bedrooms and two shower rooms. Outside, the grounds and outbuildings are a great feature of the property and include formal gardens with an abundance of mature trees, plants and borders, as well as a studio/office.
A terrace abuts the rear of the house, while fenced paddocks form a predominant part of the grounds. A working vegetable garden has a fruit cage and polytunnel, while the large barn is predominantly weatherboarded and currently used as workshop. A self-contained studio annexe has a reception room, bedroom and a bathroom. The grounds in total come to around five acres.
The house stands at the end of a long drive in a beautiful and private setting. The village of Elmswell has very good amenities, two public houses and a railway station with links to Cambridge and Stowmarket, which has a fast service to London Liverpool Street.
The guide price is £825,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01284 700 535 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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