Broadwater is a small country estate of around 39 acres near Woodbridge in Suffolk believed to date from the 18th century. The main house is built from white and red brick and has numerous period features which include deep sash windows with shutters and a geometric curving staircase.
The property has seven principal bedrooms, five bathrooms, a dressing room, two secondary bedrooms, drawing room, morning room, dining room, library, sitting room, study, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, utility room, boot room, flower room, box rooms and a cellar.
To the north of the property and accessed via a separate drive from the front entrance is a cobbled three-sided courtyard with a two bedroom coach house, garaging, stabling and outbuildings. Further useful outbuildings feature throughout the estate, like the secluded barn adjacent to the River Ore.
Outside the gardens and grounds have been maintained to an exceptionally high standard and include formally laid out gardens, ponds, parkland, woodland, paddocks, meadows and a small vineyard which has produced up to 2,220 bottles from the harvest. There is also a swimming pool, a hot tub, a hard tennis court, and a gym.
The estate is situated just outside the market town of Framlingham which has excellent local services, and Ipswich is just 13 miles away, from where trains travel direct to London Liverpool Street.
The guide price is in the region of £3.5m. For further information, telephone 01473 234 800 or visit www.savills.co.uk.