Take a look inside this stunning Grade II listed Beyton country house, surrounded by a moat, on the market for £1.85m
If the pandemic has left you seeking a more private and secluded home, this fully moated Suffolk farmhouse could be right up your street.
Brook Farm, at Beyton, is a Grade II listed property set in around three acres of grounds.
The house has medieval origins with alterations from the 17th century to the present – right up to its recently built oak framed drawing/cinema room and guest accommodation – but retains a wealth of exposed timbers and studwork, large inglenook fireplaces, original 17th century staircase tower and mullion windows.
The property is being marketed by Sheridans with a guide price of £1.85 million.
Accommodation, in brief, comprises, on the ground floor, a reception/dining hall, sitting room, family room, farmhouse-style kitchen breakfast room, utility, ground floor suite with en-suite bathroom, and drawing room with mezzanine sitting area/library.
On the first floor is the master suite, three further bedrooms and two bathrooms, and on the second floor is a further bedroom, sitting room/bedroom and bathroom.
Outside, Brook Farm is approached along a sweeping driveway providing plenty of vehicle parking, turning space and space for garaging.
To the front is a 47ft games room/gym and an oak framed and glass triple bay home office with adjoining garden store.
To the front of the house is a foot bridge leading across the moat to the entrance. The gardens are situated mostly within the moat and a second, more recently built footbridge crosses the rear moat, leading to the meadows.
For further information, call 01284 700018 or visit www.sheridans.ltd.uk
Picture by David Carpenter, from DC Property Photography