Mill Farmhouse, situated in the pretty Suffolk village of Blythburgh, is a former farmhouse, predominantly built of brick and with many period features. The accommodation centres around the reception hall, from where there are doors to the reception rooms and the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a Watson oil-fired range.
There are open fireplaces in the study and sitting room and study; the former has doors leading into the conservatory. Overall, the accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, study, conservatory, kitchen, wet room, four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside much of the gardens are lawned with shrub and flower borders and to the east, adjacent to the house is a paved terrace. The lawns are also interspersed with a number of trees including apple and cherry trees and beyond the post-and-rail fence is the meadowland (an area of the meadow is shared ownership with the neighbour).
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The garden and meadow with Mill Farmhouse total 2.4 acres and the sale includes an option to purchase a 50% share in a further 16.5 acres of fields running down to the estuary, in order to control the view and amenity of the properties.
From the gardens there are spectacular views over the meadows and beyond across the Blyth Estuary.
Blythburgh is a well-known village locally with a famous 13th century church and a thriving public house. The village is also approximately three miles from the seaside village of Walberswick and just over four miles from the Georgian coastal resort of Southwold which has extensive shopping, pubs, restaurants and hotels.
The guide price £660,000. For further information please telephone Strutt and Parker on 01473 214841.