Street Farm is a grade II listed, 16th century farmhouse with a great deal of character and almost 17 acres of land.
The Horringer property has been extended and improved by the present owners so it offers well presented and spacious accommodation of about 2,550sq ft, the agents say.
The ground floor includes an entrance hall, two cloakrooms, substantial conservatory, utility room and walk in pantry.
The biggest of the three reception rooms is 17ft 6in by 17ft 2in, including the depth of built-in units and the Elizabethan-style brick fireplace with wood burner. The room has exposed wall and ceiling beams,
It also has the control panel for an integrated sound system for the reception rooms and kitchen.
There are also inglenook fireplaces in the other two reception rooms which are 17ft by 10ft 5in and 13ft 3in by 12ft 8in.
The smaller room has French doors to garden while the larger one has them to the conservatory with full height windows either side.
The 17ft by 11ft kitchen/breakfast room has a range of high quality solid wood units, a 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer taps and splash back tiling,
An Aga Range is set in a recessed fireplace with exposed Elizabethan-style brick work. There is also an eye level electric double oven and the room has pamment flooring with under floor heating,
On the first floor there are five bedrooms.
The 17ft 5in by 12ft main bedroom has a brick fireplace, fitted wardrobes, walk-in wardrobe and an en suite shower room
The second largest bedroom is 11ft 4in by 10ft 8in with a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi-style bath with mixer taps and shower attachment.
The smallest of the other three bedrooms is 9ft 4in by 8ft 8in and there is a family bathroom.
Outside , as well as a garden with two natural ponds and a patio, there is a paddock and a coppice.
The property includes a 47ft by 44ft barn that is 23ft to the roof point.
There are three stables with power and light connected , a wood store, a 19ft by 14ft cart lodge and a 14ft by 9ft 4in brick-built store building.
The coppice has been professionally coppiced.
It is approached on a gravel drive and there is a concrete hard standing area in front of the barn.
Street Farm is on the southern edge of Horringer, set well back off the A143, so, with its large grounds, offers a high level of privacy, but with easy access to the village, Bury St Edmunds and the A14 for Ipswich and the Midlands.
Guide price: £1.4 million
Agents: Lacy Scott and Knight, Bury St Edmunds, 01284 748600