Place Farmhouse is a fine 17th century country home that was fully and carefully restored only six years ago.
The Grade II listed Bardwell house was originally built with a traditional timber-frame it has a mid-19th century red-brick façade and rendered side elevations underneath a clay peg-tiled roof.
When the property was totally renovated it was done in a way that cleverly retained the original character and elements of the structure without detriment or compromise to modern-day living.
That has created a superb family house of elegant proportions with high quality fittings.
The ground floor accommodation centres around a 4.91m by 5.17m sitting room with wood burning stove in a brick inglenook fireplace.
Across the hallway, the 4.91m by 5.12m dining room has open studwork through to the AGA -equipped kitchen/breakfast room.
That has a range of high-quality handmade units with integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and two-ring hob.
Adjoining the kitchen is a 3.68m by 3.84m snug, and access to a laundry room, 2.05m by 2.74m study and a bathroom.
On the first floor the double aspect 4.91m by 5.17m master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and views over neighbouring fields.
There are three further bedrooms. One, the same size as the master bedroom, has an adjoining toilet. The smallest of the other two bedrooms on this floor is 2.73m by 3.50m.
On the second floor is a superb attic conversion is currently used as a fourth bedroom with adjoining sitting area and en suite shower room but could be used as two bedrooms.
Place Farmhouse is approached from the lane onto a sweeping driveway, providing parking for several vehicles.
The property has a private and mature garden, with a variety of mature trees, shrubbery, kitchen garden and flower beds.
Further into the 0.73 acre grounds is a small range of outbuildings, which the agents says offer potential for ‘garden studio’ and storage.
The house has private drainage and oil-fired central heating.
Place Farmohouse is on the edge of the village of Bardwell, about nine miles from both Thetford and Bury St Edmunds, where there is access to the A14, and 13 miles from Diss.
The village has a church, primary school, tithe barn village hall and an inn with a restaurant on the village green , less than a mile from the house.
Guide price: £795,000
Agents: Bedfords, Bury St Edmunds, 01284 769999