2 bedroom character property for saleBroke Hall Park
A most interesting mid mews house, forming part of Broke Hall Manor's Orangery. Stunning open countryside views and just a short stroll to banks of the River Orwell, a truly idyllic location.
Broke Hall, a magnificent red brick Georgian mansion, is a Grade II* listed building standing on the north bank of the River Orwell, opposite Pin Mill. It is situated at the end of a quarter-mile long lime tree avenue and is surrounded by a Repton-designed deer park.
The Hall was the ancestral home of the Broke family, having been granted by Henry VIII to Sir Richard Broke, who was at the time First Baron of the Exchequer. However, the most notable scion of the family was Admiral Philip Broke, who was honoured for saving the reputation of the Royal Navy by his famous victory, off Boston Harbour in 1813, when his ship, HMS Shannon, defeated and captured the frigate USS Chesapeake in the War of American independence.
The Hall itself, is today sub-divided into apartments and within the grounds the former Orangery wing and estate buildings have been converted to a select number of high quality residences. In nearby Nacton village, there is an outstanding private school, plus a primary school and store. The A14 is just 2 miles away and provides links to the East Coast Ports, Cambridge and the Midlands as well as to London and to the country's main road network (via the A12).
* 2 Bedroom Character Home
* Forming Part of Broke Hall Manor Estate dating back to Henry VIII on banks of the River Orwell
* Entrance Hall 12'4 x 8'2
* Bedroom One 13'7 x 11' with En-suite and Dressing Room
* Bedroom Two 15' x 9' * Family Bathroom
* Sitting Room 22'7 x 19'9 max with Views Over Countryside and Parkland with private access to foreshore
* Dining Room 12'2 x 12' * Kitchen 11'10 x 10'4
* Double Garage * Garden with Views
* Oil Heating * Many Original Features * Stripped Pine Doors
ELEGANT ENTRANCE HALL
School style radiator. Ceramic tiled floor. Wall light points. Deep cloaks cupboard. Meter cupboard. Stairs rising to first floor Sitting Room.
13'7 (4.14m) x 11' (3.35m)
Casement window to rear. School style radiator. Walk in wardrobe with full range of hanging space and shelving with cupboard space above. Door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Half wood panelling. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Low level WC. Fully tiled and enclosed shower cubicle with Drench shower. Downlighting. Window to front. Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Heated towel rail/radiator.
15' (4.57m) x 9' (2.74m)
Casement window with views. School style radiator. Fully
panelled bed recess with downlighting and shelving to one side.
Twin frosted windows to front. Half wood panelling. Panel enclosed bath. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Ceramic tiled floor. Heated towel rail/radiator. Downlighting.
22'7 (6.80m) x 19'9 (6.02m)
This is a bright family room. Oak laminate flooring. Wall light points. New stove with surround and exposed brick wall and newly tiled hearth with shelf above. There are twin chapel style casement windows to the rear affording wonderful views over the rear garden and across to open countryside and parkland. Door to rear. School style radiator. Door leading to:
12'2 (3.71m) x 12' (3.66m)
Oak laminate flooring. Chapel style casement window to rear with views. Door leading to the garden. Wide arch leading to:
11'10 (3.61m) x 10'4 (3.15m)
Shaker style. One and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Oak work surfaces set to three walls with full range of drawers and base units, incorporating oven, hob with extractor hood above. Wall light points. Triple casement windows to the front. Loft access. Deep storage cupboard.
The property forms part of Tudor Manor House, is approached via long 1/4 mile driveway with an avenue of Lime Trees. The property is located to one side and has a double garage in block along with further parking space.
Immediately to the front of the property is a lawned garden area.
To the rear there are steps leading down from the sitting room door to the garden area which has an ornamental pond, decked and bricked patios along with lawned areas. Wonderful views over communal gardens which include a fountain and rolling countryside and woodland beyond.
We understand from the vendor that the occupiers of the property jointly own the field to the right of the drive as you approach the hall. Broke Hall Park is administered by a resident's association with a modest annual charge for parkland and driveway maintenance. There is private access to the foreshore, and to a riverside path, which leads to the neighbouring village of Levington.
Proceed along Felixstowe Road heading out of the town passing Trinity Park Showground.
Take a right where signposted Nacton. Continue through the village passing the primary school, at the junction turn left and taking the right hand road into Church Road. At the crossroads turn left into Church Road passing Orwell Park School where you will see an entrance to Broke Hall. Go straight on through the open gates marked Broke Hall Private and continue down driveway, at the Hall bear left then first right to car park
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