4 bedroom detached house for saleTyrrells Farm, Stuston
Guide Price £550,000
- Grade ll listed thatched house
- Three receptions
- Garden room
- Four bedrooms
- En-suite to one of the bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Separate cottage
- Detached barn
- Range of useful garages and stores
- Gardens and grounds of about one acre (sts)
Diss Mainline Railway Station - 1 mile
Bury St Edmunds - 21 miles
Norwich - 22 miles
Guide Price £550,000
A Grade ll listed former farmhouse with separate cottage, attractively set in gardens and grounds of about one acre (sts), with views over the common.
Accommodation briefly comprises:
Four Bedrooms, one with En-suite
Separate One Bedroom Cottage
Range of useful garages and stores
Gardens and grounds of about one acre (sts)
Tyrrells Farm comprises a Grade ll listed house, of timber frame construction with rendered external elevations, under a thatched roof. The property which is understood to have been constructed in the 17th century, is situated in a delightful position overlooking Stuston Common and benefits from a detached cottage known as The Old Brew House in the grounds, which provides useful annexe accommodation or a source of useful income. The entrance hall has a pamment tiled floor and staircase which leads to the first floor accommodation. The sitting room has an attractive inglenook fireplace with bressemer beam over and inset wood burning stove. This attractive room has windows to the front elevation and opens into the dining area which is a double aspect room with door leading through to the garden room. This room has attractive views over the garden, tiled floor and 'French style' doors leading out onto the garden. There is also a library on the ground hall which is an attractive double aspect room with fireplace and door leading into the kitchen which is well fitted with a five burner gas hob, worktops with drawers and cupboards under, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, built-in electric double oven, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher and part glazed door leading out onto the rear garden. The kitchen opens into the breakfast room which has an oil fired Rayburn built into the fireplace recess and door leading into the garden room. The ground floor bathroom has a panelled bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and WC. On the first floor there is a landing with airing cupboard and exposed timbers which is accessed from the principal staircase. At either end of the landing is a double bedroom with built-in wardrobe cupboards and a third single bedroom with windows to the front elevation. The bathroom has a corner bath, WC, pedestal wash basin and a tiled shower cubicle. The fourth bedroom is accessed via a second staircase leading from the kitchen and also has built-in wardrobe cupboards and an en-suite shower room with tiled shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. The Old Brew House is situated adjacent to the farmhouse and is an attractive thatched cottage which has been enlarged in recent years under a pantiled roof. This building which provides a useful annexe comprises a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
The property is approached from a shared drive which crosses Stuston Common and leads onto a private driveway providing ample car parking and onto a double garage to the rear. A shingle pathway leads to the front door via a lych gate passing through the front garden which is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by a mature hedge. To the rear of the house there is a substantial traditional barn which benefits from a kitchen and WC and is currently used as a games room and studio. This building could, subject to the necessary planning consents, provide additional accommodation. There are also a range of useful outbuildings and stores, a converted garden bar and a gazebo looking out onto a pond. The gardens and grounds are a particular feature of the property and are mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders stocked with a variety of flowering shrubs and several mature trees. The gardens and grounds are understood to extend to about an acre in all (sts).
From Diss proceed in an easterly direction along the Victoria Road and turn right onto the Stuston Road, past Diss Golf Club. Upon reaching the roundabout with the A143, proceed straight over and then turn immediately right onto Old Bury Road. Upon reaching Stuston Common on the right hand side, turn right where the property will be found on the left hand side.
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.
Mains drainage, electricity and water are connected to the property. Oil fired radiator central heating.
Mid Suffolk District Council
Tax Band: Tyrrells Farm E - The Old Brew House A
Postcode: IP21 4AB
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