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Four-bedroom former farmstead between Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill on market for £900,000



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The outstanding Grade II listed Deersleys Farmhouse enjoys an incredible setting on the edge of Denston between Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill.

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.

Deersleys Farmhouse in Denston. Picture: Sheridans
Deersleys Farmhouse in Denston. Picture: Sheridans
The incredible sitting room features Inglenook and wood burning stove. Picture: Sheridans
The incredible sitting room features Inglenook and wood burning stove. Picture: Sheridans
It is believed to have been built in the 16th century. Picture: Sheridans
It is believed to have been built in the 16th century. Picture: Sheridans
It boasts a 32ft oak framed kitchen/dining/family room beneath a superb vaulted oak roof. Picture: Sheridans
It boasts a 32ft oak framed kitchen/dining/family room beneath a superb vaulted oak roof. Picture: Sheridans

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.