This fine former farmhouse is located in the village of Redgrave, near Diss.
A stand-out feature of the Grade II listed building is its heavy 16th century frame, harmonising with later Georgian and Victorian influences.
The reception hall features an open red brick fireplace with bread oven, and stairs to the first floor.
The farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room features an oil fired Aga, positioned within a chimney recess.
There is a range of wall and base units with a 1.5 bowl sink, space for a fridge and dishwasher, plenty of room for a breakfast table and dresser and an adjoining snug with fireplace.
There is a utility room with WC, shower and space for a washing machine, and an inner lobby/pantry with space for an upright fridge/freezer and chest freezer.
Beneath the utility room is a corresponding cellar, ideal for storage or for use as a wine cellar.
The dining room with oak plank floor adjoins the reception hall.
The original entrance lobby has a staircase to the first floor and doors to the kitchen and drawing room, with a red brick fireplace and an adjoining study.
On the first floor, the landing features a mullion window and gives access to three bedrooms, one ensuite, and a family bathroom with freestanding bath.
Stairs lead to the second floor, where there are three further bedrooms, two hidden in the eaves, and a bed dais with superb views.
The property is approached via a five bar gate leading to a gravel parking/turning area. A front cottage garden has a serpentine path with rose bushes.
There are two open bays/car ports, a former stable and a wood store.
The rear garden has a central expanse of lawn with interspersed trees and bushes. A patio area abuts the kitchen and drawing room.
The agent is Robinson’s Portfolio, Bury 01284 769694. The guide price is £450,000.