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Horringer House near Bury St Edmunds boasts eight-bedrooms and its own four -storey tower





With its own tower and set within 30 acres of parkland-style grounds, Horringer House is an eight-bedroom Grade II-listed home with a separate self-contained annexe.

The house, situated in the same village as nearby Ickworth Park, has 18th century origins with early 19th century alterations, including a unique four-storey red and gault brick tower constructed in Italianate style.

The property, near Bury St Edmunds, is being marketed by David Burr with a guide price of £2.95 million.

Horringer House boasts a four-story tower. Picture: David Burr
Horringer House boasts a four-story tower. Picture: David Burr

The accommodation extends to approximately 9,322sqft including the annexe.

The ground floor boasts five reception rooms, a grand entrance hall plus a kitchen/breakfast room, utility, wash room and additional store rooms.

Upstairs, spread over three floors, are eight bedrooms, three with en suite facilities, a family bathroom and a snug.

The AGA kitchen in Horringer House, Horringer. Picture: David Burr
The AGA kitchen in Horringer House, Horringer. Picture: David Burr

Outside, the grounds comprise a variety of formal lawns, paddocks and specimen trees. The residence itself is set around a walled courtyard.

Horringer House extends to 9,322sqft over four floors. Picture: David Burr
Horringer House extends to 9,322sqft over four floors. Picture: David Burr
Horringer House has 18th century origins. Picture: David Burr
Horringer House has 18th century origins. Picture: David Burr
Horringer House is set in 30 acres of parkland-style grounds. Picture: David Burr
Horringer House is set in 30 acres of parkland-style grounds. Picture: David Burr

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