See inside The Old Rectory in Beyton - a stunning Georgian home on the market for £1.65 million
This staggering property near one of Suffolk's most popular towns could be yours for £1.65 million.
The Old Rectory in Beyton, near Bury St Edmunds, is an impressive six-bedroom house set across 1.1 acres of land.
With its own secluded and private surrounding, the house, which is on the market with Savills, is just a stone's throw away from the centre of the village.
The garden is the main attraction of the property, with a swimming pool lying at the heart of the impressive, castle-like grounds.
Inside, new additions have been cleverly blended in with the oldest features of the house.
On entry to the house, you are greeted by a stunning entrance hall, which leads you through the property with an elegant flow to the kitchen, which is fitted with bespoke furnishings and a large AGA. French doors at the back of the kitchen lead you to the courtyard.
The drawing room, sitting room and dining room are of a large size, and each fitted with open fireplaces, perfect for the winter months.
Upstairs, there are six bedrooms - three of which are en-suite - alongside a large separate bathroom.
The master bedroom has its own separate bathroom, as well as a dressing rooms and views of the immaculate, south facing garden.
Property agent Tom Orford, from Savills Suffolk, said: “Believed to date back to the Georgian era with Victorian and later additions, The Old Rectory cleverly combines period features with 21st century living.
"Wonderfully located in its own secluded grounds, the gardens are lovely with some stunning trees and a great sheltered pool area with the medieval church as the backdrop.”