Manor Farm is a Grade II* listed former hunting lodge close to Bury St Edmonds in Suffolk. The property subsequently became a manor house, and now presents timber-framed and plastered elevations with crow stepped gables under a plaintiled roof, making an attractive family house. Period details include exposed moulded timbers, lintelled open fireplaces, original ships timbers and panelling with fluted pilasters.
Additions to the original property were commissioned in the 17th, 19th and 20th centuries, extending and renovating the space. Accommodation now comprises three reception rooms, six/seven bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms.
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Outside are a formal garden and a walled garden interspersed with fruit trees. In front of the cartlodge is a large natural pond filled with carp and surrounded by weeping willows. Behind the kitchen garden is a paddock with a post and rail fence, and a further natural pond. The land in total comes to around three acres.
Manor Farm occupies a good position within the hamlet of Norton Little Green, just a mile from the Suffolk village of Norton which has a useful shop and a pub. Bury St Edmonds is 12 miles.
The guide price is £850,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01284 700535 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.