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Glorious Regency home in beautiful parklands

Horringer Manor, Horringer
Horringer Manor, Horringer

For anyone who has ever pictured themselves in a stately home, an opportunity to realise the dream has come on the market in Horringer.

Set in around 40 acres of established mature gardens and parkland, Horringer Manor is an impressive Regency house benefiting from expansive views.

Horringer Manor, Horringer
Horringer Manor, Horringer

As well as the main Grade II-listed house, the grounds encompass two cottages and a restored coach house and stable block.

Built in around 1810, the manor house in constructed of Gault brick with large, light, high-ceilinged reception rooms typical of the Regency period.

Many feature full-length multi-panelled sash windows, providing staggering views over the surrounding parkland.

The principal rooms are positioned around a stunning cantilevered staircase with a domed cupola, located in the reception hall.

Horringer Manor, Horringer
Horringer Manor, Horringer

Of especial note is the restored pine panelled drawing room, with an Adam style carved fireplace and detailed cornice work.

The morning room and front aspect dining room are also accessed from the reception hall.

An inner hallway leads to the study, downstairs cloakroom and the traditional kitchen/breakfast room, which has a spiral staircase to the first floor playroom/sitting room.

Adjoining the kitchen is the scullery/utility room, with garage access.

On the lower ground floor there is a games room, a wine cellar and a boiler room.

All of the six bedrooms on the first floor have ensuite bathrooms, and there are also two good-sized dressing rooms.

The house is approached through brick pillars with electronically operated gates and wing walled entrance.

The avenue passes through the parkland to a large gravelled sweep, with a spur to the coach house and a second set of electronic gates to the south.

Among the outbuildings are a three bedroom dairy cottage and an adjoining four bedroom stable cottage, both of which are self-contained and have adjacent single garages.

The restored period coach house and stable block has six loose boxes, tack room, groom room, attic room, triple carriage house/garage and double garage.

Situated around a central courtyard, it also features an attractive clock tower. A garden shed with garden store is located close by.

The expansive plot can be sold whole or as two lots.

With Savills, Ipswich 01473 234800. POA.


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