Justifiably listed Grade II as being of specific architectural or historical interest, Evergreen House, in Woolpit is a magnificent timber framed property with origins dating back to the 15th Century.
Considerably remodelled over the years with the open hall being floored over and a cross wing incorporated in the 16th Century, the property display the pleasant and integrating harmony of architectural styling with the 19th Century brick façade and sash windows disguising the fabulous timber frame contained within.
An internal inspection is recommended to appreciate it.
The accommodation includes reception hall, cloakroom, study, drawing room, dining room, large kitchen, breakfast room, laundry room, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
At the back of the house is an attractive garden, there is ample parking and the house benefits from gas fired radiator heating.
The drawing room has a wealth of exposed heavy timbers including arched service doorways, large inglenook fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast with fully lined flue, heavy bressumer beam over, brick hearth and fitted log burning stove.
The kitchen is fitted in keeping with the house with a range of built-in case units having wooden preparation surfaces over.
There is an inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer, gas fired Aga (green) with twin hotplates, oven and warming drawer. A window offers views at the back.
The master bedroom is a wonderful room of great visual impact having vaulted roofline with a wealth of exposed timbers, large open fireplace with ornate Georgian insert and moulded surround.
The guide price is £639,000.
Contact Richard Green on 01284 755552.