Substantial farmhouse in Old Newton has it all

Yew Tree Farm, Old Newton, Stowmarket ANL-141107-144328001
Yew Tree Farm, Old Newton, Stowmarket ANL-141107-144328001
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This substantial detached Grade II listed farmhouse, in Old Newton, Stowmarket, is arranged over ground, first and second floors and is believed to date back to the late 16th or early 17th Century.

It features entrance hall, cloakroom, two reception rooms, study, kitchen/breakfast room, walk in larder and utility room to ground floor.

Old Newton Farm ANL-141107-153731001

Old Newton Farm ANL-141107-153731001

The first floor comprising four bedrooms and family bathroom, while the second floor has two further attic rooms/further bedrooms both of which are accessed off the landing.

Overall the property benefits from a generous floor area whilst externally the property sits within its own substantial plot which is in excess of approximately 5.29 acres.

It has been divided into paddock and garden areas as well as a further section which incorporates a range of substantial outbuildings including seven barns of varying sizes .

There is also a further range of outbuildings including tack room, two stables and Nissen Hut as well as a 135ft steel framed straw barn.

Old Newton Farm ANL-141107-153742001

Old Newton Farm ANL-141107-153742001

At present the remainder of the paddock areas have been arranged into two/three paddocks which are all face onto the road side thus giving the farmhouse a high degree of privacy due to it being set well back from the main road.

The kitchen has a range of base cupboards including a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer taps, Aga Range plus space for further cooker, door with stairs to first floor, door to inner hall, door to utility room, beams to wall and ceiling, windows to front and rear.

Overall the property and land are set within a quiet rural setting with superb views over open countryside in this peaceful rural setting yet offering easy access to the A14 and therefore to all points of the compass.

The village itself is some two miles north of the Mid Suffolk town of Stowmarket and approximately 15 miles from Bury St Edmunds and retains facilities which include a small shop, primary school, village hall and bowls club.

There are additional facilities within the neighbouring village of Haughley, or alternatively within Stowmarket where there is a general range of shopping facilities together with amenities which include a small cinema and sports and leisure centre.

The village is well placed for access to the nearby A14 trunk route which is approximately 3 miles away, and there is also good access to Stowmarket rail station which provides a regular commuter service to London Liverpool Street.

It is £550,000. Contact Lacy Scott and Knight on 01284 748600.