Four-bedroom former farmstead between Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill on market for £900,000
It is believed to have been built in the 16th century as a hunting lodge and then enlarged to a farmstead in the 17th century.
Features include an incredible sitting room with Inglenook and wood burning stove, 32ft oak framed kitchen/dining/family room beneath a superb vaulted oak roof, four bedrooms, a double bay cart lodge and beautiful close studded oak timber frame fireplaces under a re-ridged thatched roof.
The farmhouse, with a market price of £900,000, is also a short distance from the A143 linking Bury St Edmunds with the likes of Haverhill and Cambridge.
For more details on this property, contact Sheridans on 01284 700018.