Live a three -tiered life in this listed home

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With three floors of living, this 17th century property is dripping with character and plenty of living space.

Rookery Farm is in the conveniently located village of Drinkstone, situated between the market towns of Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket.

The substantial Grade II listed house features timber construction under tiled roofs.

Arranged over three floors, with a cellar too, the home is perfectly suited to family living.

A reception hall gives access to two elegant reception rooms, with high ceilings and gardens views on two sides.

Both have open fireplaces complete with period mantelpieces.

The parlour cross-wing to the rear now house an impressive new kitchen with an aga and granite work surfaces.

A cosy sitting room is adjacent to the kitchen, with a wood burning stove.

The breakfast room adjoining the kitchen has french doors which open to the garden.

Upstairs, the master bedroom is complemented by a dressing room and bathroom and shower room.

There are two further bedrooms on the second floor, with two attic rooms and a bathroom.

The home is approached from a private drive with a gravel forecourt.

Lawns surround the property on three sides, with a mature orchard to the south.

The neighbouring villages of Woolpit and Rattlesden provide a selection of schools, shops and public houses.

The A14 is nearby, allowing easy access to Cambridge and Ipswich, or London beyond.

Stowmarket also benefits from a mainline regular railway service to London Liverpool Street.

The guide price is £975,000.

For more information, contact Sheridans on 01284 700018.