4 bedroom detached house for sale

The Mill House, Buttrum's Mill, Paddock & Buildings, Woodbridge

Sale by Tender

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Detached House
  • Buttrum's Mill - Grade II* Tower Mill
  • Paddock
  • Historic Interest
  • Two Storage Stable Block Office Space
  • Unique Opportunity

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

THE MILL HOUSE A panelled front door opens into  

THE ENTRANCE LOBBY with quarry tiling, windows on either side and a glazed and panelled door opening into  

THE HALL with a staircase rising to the first floor, fitted carpet, telephone point, shallow built-in cupboard enclosed by panelled doors, replacement sealed double glazed door to the garden, two radiators and a door with brick steps leading down to  

THE CELLAR with restricted ceiling height, wine bins, vent on the front elevation and brick floor.  

THE SITTING ROOM about 19ft 6ins by 12ft 6ins with a tiled fireplace with bolection moulded surround, sash window on the front elevation with radiator below, aerial connection, skirting radiator, wall lights, upvc framed windows and French doors overlooking and opening onto the garden at the rear and fitted carpet.  

THE DINING ROOM about 19ft 5ins by 12ft 5ins maximum overall with a sash window with radiator below on the front elevation, brick fireplace with shelved recess to one side, replacement sealed double glazed windows, French doors, skirting radiators, aerial connection, telephone point and fitted carpet. The double French doors open onto a LOGGIA at the back of the house which overlooks the garden. A further door opens into  

THE KITCHEN about 11ft 2ins average by 7ft 9ins with an enamel sink with double draining boards, drawer and cupboards below, plumbing connections for a dishwasher, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, wall cupboards, hinged table, further unit with three drawers and cupboards, wall cupboards above, Thermecon oil boiler and a doorway to  

the breakfast room about 11ft 10ins by 10ft 8ins with a sash window on the front elevation, sealed double glazed window to one side, skirting radiators, Flotex-type fitted carpet and cupboards beside the space for a cooker.

A door from the Kitchen opens into a Side Lobby with fitted shelving and doors to  

THE LARDER with a brick floor, shelving, window with fly screen. 

THE WC with a basin to one side with splashback, reeded glazed window, radiator and WC. 

THE UTILITY AREA with windows on two sides, stable door, space for a fridge freezer, part concrete, part brick floor, built-in store to one corner and a further recess with the lower half of a stable door enclosing an area for a washing machine and dryer.

The staircase, with fitted carpet, rises from the Hall to the Landing with a matching carpet, built-in cupboard enclosed by double doors with hanging rail and shelf, sash window on the front elevation, access to the roof space and doors to 

BEDROOM 1 & EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM  

THE BEDROOM about 12ft 5ins by 12ft with a yellow Formica topped unit to one side with a blue basin, drawers and cupboards below, replacement sealed double glazed window on the rear elevation overlooking the Mill and garden, radiator, picture rail, fitted carpet and panelled door to THE EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM about 11ft 1ins by 5ft 6ins with a sloping ceiling and range of cupboards along one wall enclosed by sliding doors with hanging rails and shelves. Skirting radiator, aerial connection, windows on two sides and fitted carpet.  

BEDROOM 2 about 11ft 3ins average by 11ft with a sash window on the front elevation with radiator below, built-in cupboard enclosed by panelled doors with two short and three long drawers below, fitted carpet and door to  

the en-suite dressing room/study/  

BEDROOM 4 about 11ft 10ins by 10ft 9ins with a sash window on the front elevation, skirting radiator, sealed double glazed casement window to one side, boarded floor, access to the roof space and basin to one corner with cupboard under and tiling above.  

BEDROOM 3 about 11ft 4ins by 11ft at the front of the house with a sash window, Crittall window above the basin set to a recess in one corner with cupboard below and tiled splashback above, built-in cupboard to one corner, picture rail, skirting radiator, aerial connection and fitted carpet.

An opening on one corner of the Landing leads to an Inner Landing with a window on the rear elevation, fitted carpet and built-in Airing Cupboard with slatted shelving and an insulated cylinder.  

THE FAMILY BATHROOM fitted with a primrose panelled bath with shower attachment from the mixer tap, matching pedestal basin, white WC, radiator cum towel rail, tiled walls, Dimplex downflow heater, vinyl tile patterned flooring and window to the rear elevation.  

THE SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage. Heating and hot water from the Thermecon oil fired boiler for the house. Telephone points. Aerial connections.  

THE GARAGE is attached to the side of the house with the approach by double entrance doors glazed to the upper part, window to the side, exposed brickwork to the majority of the walls, concrete floor and rear door. Light and power are connected.  

THE GARDEN the area in front of the house is well screened along the front boundary by tall established planting. There is a path to the front door, a pedestrian gate to Burkitt Road and a further path leading to one side of the drive. The gravelled drive accessed by a white painted gate leads up the side of the property to the area around the Mill and adjoining buildings. A path from the adjoining Car Park links to the drive giving access for visitors to the Mill. The formal garden lies behind the house stretching away in a southerly direction with a path bisecting the lawn, a terrace across the back of the house with raised beds with established mature shrubs and roses beyond creating a most attractive setting for the property. The drive is lined with trees and to one side, to the rear of the Mill a memorial bench in memory of the vendors' parents will be installed with access rights retained, the vendors to retain ownership of a small parcel of land to contain the bench.  

THE BUILDINGS ADJOINING THE MILL Part of the building comprises the two storey stable block converted to offices by the owners, two of the four offices are currently occupied by the Windmill Natural Health Centre. The offices are approached by a ledged and braced door with glazed panel to the upper part which opens into  

THE HALL with radiator beneath the casement window, staircase to the first floor and doors to  

GROUND FLOOR OFFICE - ROOM 1 about 11ft 5ins by 8ft with a venetian blind to the front window, two radiators, fitted carpet, telephone point and dimmer light switch.  

THE KITCHEN of L-shape the maximum dimensions being about 8ft 3ins by 5ft 10ins with a stainless steel sink set beneath the window, worktop alongside with drawer and cupboards below, understairs cupboard, telephone point and vinyl flooring. 

GROUND FLOOR OFFICE - ROOM 2 about 11ft 5ins by 8ft 5ins with a radiator beneath the casement window and fitted carpet.

The staircase, with fitted carpet, rises to a divided landing with three steps on one side to an area of landing on the right which has a recess with an insulated hot water cylinder and immersion heater. 

FIRST FLOOR OFFICE - ROOM 3 about 11ft 5ins by 8ft 2ins with a radiator beneath the casement window looking towards the school playing field and fitted carpet.  

THE SEPARATE WC with a basin with tiled splashback and light incorporating a shaver socket above, WC, radiator, window to front, access to the roof space and vinyl flooring.  

FIRST FLOOR OFFICE - ROOM 4 of roughly L-shape, the maximum dimensions being about 11ft 9ins by 11ft 6ins the dimensions including the area above the staircase. Casement windows on two sides, one with a venetian blind and overlooking the paddock, radiator, telephone point and fitted carpet. A door opens into  

THE GRANARY about 24ft 3ins by 10ft 1ins with two windows on the front elevation, a window to the rear and external doors on either side. Pitched ceiling, partly panelled in hardboard, and a boarded floor. Access at one end of the room to the Mill.  

OUTSIDE There is a STORE ROOM beneath part of the Granary with an old brick built cistern to one corner, a door to the rear and pamment and brick floor. Alongside there are two open Storage Bays, originally loose boxes, and a metal open riser staircase leading to the Granary which is at first floor level clad in timber beneath a slate roof. A lean-to CAR PORT is located behind the Granary. There is also a brick lined Well.  

THE SERVICES Heating from the Aquaflame Gem oil fired boiler 

THE GARAGE/WORKSHOP  

THE SINGLE GARAGE with a brick floor, windows to the front and rear elevations and a work bench. Independent door to the Workshop area and a further Garden Store to one end housing the Aquaflame Gem oil boiler which serves the offices. An oil storage tank, serving the house and office block located on brick supports, stands to one side of the building. 

THE PADDOCK lies beyond the Mill with a vehicular gate opening on to the area which is largely grassed fringed with trees and shrubs and slopes gently away on the southern side of the property.  

IMPORTANT NOTE The services, equipment, apparatus and appliances have not been tested. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves either by inspection or preferably by seeking advice from suitably qualified people to the efficiency, condition, fitness for purpose of the equipment, fixed apparatus, appliances or services. 

COUNCIL TAX Band E  

TENURE Freehold with VACANT POSSESSION of The Mill House, garden and paddock on completion of the purchase. Buttrum's Mill subject to a 99 year lease originally to East Suffolk County Council. The outbuildings are subject to an informal periodic tenancy in favour of the Windmill Natural Health Centre Partnership. Notice has been served on the tenants and they are expected to vacate by 1st February 2018 or earlier by agreement.  

VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents please 

REFERENCE J 12661 021017  


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Added on Rightmove:
03 October 2017

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  • Melton (1.4 mi)
  • Wickham Market (5.5 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Woodbridge (0.6 mi)
  • Melton (1.4 mi)
  • Wickham Market (5.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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01394 821019 Local call rate

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