Farmhouse’s Tudor heritage
This pleasantly situated Grade II-listed farmhouse in the village of Combs, near Stowmarket, is believed to date back to1490.
The Tudor farmhouse has many features associated with the period, including a heavy exposed timber frame, Suffolk latch doors and inglenook fireplaces.
The property presents rendered elevations under a steeply pitched thatched roof, which was rethatched in 2014, with accommodation over two floors.
Of particular note is the wonderful dining room, which features a large ingloenook fireplace with bressumer beam over.
This room is also double aspect and gives an opening through to the drawing room, which also has an open fireplace with a wood burner on a tiled hearth.
The ground floor also includes a large kitchen/breakfast room, sun room, study, and a utility room with WC.
In the hall with exposed brick floor, a staircase leads to the first floor, which gives access to the master bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms (two accessed via an independent staircase) and a family bathroom.
Trickers Green Farmhouse ia approached over a gravel driveway, giving access to a large parking area with space for several cars.
From here there is access to the double garage with twin up and over doors.
The farmhouse’s gardens, which back onto open countryside, are a tremendous feature and have an array of herbaceous borders with a mixture of roses and shrubs.
Within the grounds, which extend to around 1.08 acres (subject to survey), there is a useful studio/workshop and a one bedroom annex, which could provide an additional income source (subject to necessary planning).
There is also a pond, greenhouse, shed and large terrace area.
The agent is Lacy Scott & Knight, Bury 01284 748600. Guide price £695,000.