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See inside 16th century farmhouse in Braiseworth near Eye available for £1,195,000





A 16th century Suffolk farmhouse that is Grade II listed for special architectural and historic interest is now on the market.

Red House Farm in Braiseworth, near Eye, is an attractive period house sitting in a tranquil and idyllic location.

It is now on sale with Savills with a guide price of £1,195,000.

Red House Farm in Braiseworth is now on the market with a guide price of £1,195,000. Pictures: Savills
Red House Farm in Braiseworth is now on the market with a guide price of £1,195,000. Pictures: Savills

Set within about 3.6 acres, Red House Farm retains many superb period features, including exposed timbers and studwork, while balancing comfortable family living.

Property agent Alexander McNab said: “Occupying one of the most tranquil locations I have come across, surrounded by gently undulating fields, Red House Farm is a delightful period farmhouse.

“Located in beautiful grounds, with an adjoining annexe, it’s ideal for multi-generational living.

The 16th century farmhouse is Grade II listed for special architectural and historic interest
The 16th century farmhouse is Grade II listed for special architectural and historic interest

“I particularly love the converted barn with a gym and games room/cinema.”

The accommodation includes elegantly proportioned, light-filled rooms and the ground floor consists of three principal reception rooms, a kitchen/dining area, a study and annexe, with a further five bedrooms on the first and second floor.

At the heart of the house, the family room and double aspect sitting room both feature impressive inglenook fireplaces with inset wood burning stove and views over the front garden.

“Occupying one of the most tranquil locations I have come across, Red House Farm is a delightful period farmhouse"
“Occupying one of the most tranquil locations I have come across, Red House Farm is a delightful period farmhouse"

While the dining area offers a great entertaining space, the farmhouse kitchen has an AGA, a separate electric oven and hob, butler-style sink and hand built wooden cabinetry providing ample storage.

The first floor landing has wide floorboards and leads to four bedrooms and the family bathroom.

The double aspect principal bedroom has a superb vaulted ceiling and far-reaching field views.

To the front of the property is a verdant formal lawn, with shrub and herbaceous borders, an array of mature trees and an idyllic pond.

To the back courtyards and terraces that are ideal for alfresco dining and also paddocks.

The handsome red brick barn has been converted into a space comprising a useful garage/store, which has been used as a gym as well as a games studio/cinema.