Woodlands Farm is a period barn conversion built of brick and timber frame under a pitched slate and peg tiled roof. The property was converted in 1989 and is well presented: of particular note is the impressive vaulted drawing room with a wealth of exposed timbers and full-height chimney breast.
Accommodation comprises: four bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and four reception rooms and a fine kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom and a boot room.
Adjacent to the main property is a self-contained cottage which offers two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom and boot room.
The property also has a home office, workshop and a double garage.
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Outside to the front of the house are lawns interspersed by various shrubs and flower beds. To one side is a vegetable garden with raised beds and in the middle of the garden is a large fish pond overlooked by the summerhouse, which has a tennis court to its rear. Beyond the formal garden is an area of woodland and an orchard with a small pond. A paddock sits to the front which amounts to around seven acres: the total acreage is around 18 acres.
Woodlands Farm is located just a mile from the village of Raydon in South Suffolk. The house is also within easy reach of the local town of Hadleigh which has a wide range of day-to-day amenities. Ipswich is just over twelve miles and Colchester is just under 20 miles.
The guide price is £1m. For further information contact Savills on 01473 234 800 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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