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Market Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk








2,730 sq ft

254 sq m

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Key features

  • Beautiful Grade II* Listed town house
  • Period features throughout
  • 3/4 bedrooms
  • 2 family bathrooms
  • Sitting room with views over Market Hill
  • Kitchen and dining/family room with Aga
  • Cellar and attic both offering further storage
  • Off-road parking to rear
  • Delightful, large garden in all about 0.18 acres
  • Highly-desirable, central Woodbridge location


Located in a prime position on the Market Hill, 32 Market Hill is a fine example of a Grade II* listed townhouse with exceptionally large land area to provide a substantial home for a single or extended family. The property is within easy reach of all the facilities and schools the vibrant riverside town of Woodbridge has to offer.
With spacious accommodation set out over two floors, this charming timber-framed property offers ideal space for modern family life, coupled with the character and heritage details of an important historical building. The property dates from the 16th Century with later additions, and benefits from beautiful period features throughout including exposed beams, wooden floors and original fireplaces.

Two double-bay fronted windows provide a beautiful nod to the Georgian era, with double front doors leading into an elegant entrance hall via a further set of bespoke oak double half-glazed doors. The sitting room features a beautiful, original fireplace and across the hall, an additional bright room is currently used as a bedroom/study area, and like the sitting room, offers incredible views over the Market Hill, Shire Hall and the Church.

The large kitchen and dining room together offers flexible space for entertaining and dining; the dining room has a gas-fired cream Aga as well as a useful bar area; the kitchen is an equally large space fitted with an electric hob and oven. The two rooms are separated by a triple-size, oak framed glazed doorway, which can be opened to provide a single, open-plan space or closed to maintain as two cosy rooms. A family bathroom and adjoining cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.

On the first floor, the spacious primary bedroom benefits from some stunning period features, including two impressive beams - one cleverly dividing the room - providing an ideal sitting area, and is also fitted with an original fireplace. Two further bedrooms both benefit from built in storage areas and offer views to the Market Hill and church, the largest also offering some impressive period features. A newly completed family shower room, with a walk in rain-fall shower, vanity unit and wc are also complemented with an additional separate cloakroom to complete the first floor.

The lower landing also provides access to the Attic; which having been fully insulated and lined, could be utilised as further accommodation or an ideal space to work from home. A window to one end offers the space natural light and views to the rear elevation.

Local Authority: East Suffolk District Council. Services: All mains services are connected.
Council Tax: Band F
Tenure: Freehold

The rear of the property is accessed via Glover's Yard, a walkway leading to a side gate and external stairwell to the secure, dry cellar. This useful space extends across the front of the property and provides additional storage or potential further accommodation. To the immediate rear of the property is a low maintenance garden for all seasons, planted to attract wildlife as well as providing excellent outdoor living space. There is year round interest with naturalistic planting that includes forsythia, large swathes of bluebells, lily-of-the-valley, blue alkanet, white comfrey, bergenia, hydrangeas, old English roses, begonias, lilacs, mock orange, ribes, buddleia and a fine specimen Arbutus tree. A cobnut tree, beech tree, pampas grass and hedging surround the private main garden with plum and apple trees in the lower garden.

The property benefits from rear lane access to provide ample parking spaces in the lower garden area where there is currently a large carport provided. This land has the additional value of having full planning approval (under Ref: DC/21/1886/FUL) for a 2 bed, 2 bathroom annexe, although it could equally remain as extended garden space or be amended to create a home office.

Further information on the planning is available from the vendor’s agent.

Located on the fringes of the Suffolk Coast & Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the vibrant market town of Woodbridge offers an excellent array of day-to-day amenities including a wide range of independent and
High Street shops, boutiques, galleries, hotels and public houses together with leisure facilities including a museum, cinema and theatre, skate park, sports centre, swimming pool, golf course
and marina. The surrounding Deben Valley provides further recreational facilities; countless walks, forest trails, bridleways, sailing and river rowing, and excellent golf courses at Ufford, Aldeburgh and Thorpeness. There are a number of excellent local schools in both the state and independent sectors. Communications links are excellent: the nearby A12 offers easy access to the A14 and national motorway network as well as to Ipswich and the Suffolk Heritage Coast, including the seaside towns of Aldeburgh, Southwold and Thorpeness. A regular train service runs from the town’s station to London Liverpool Street via Ipswich.

Woodbridge train station 0.4 mile (London
Liverpool Street 1 hour 15 minutes), Ipswich
8.9 miles, Colchester 27.2 miles, A12 (Ipswich
Road) 1.8 miles, A14 (Jct. 58) 6.7 miles.


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Band: F
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
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Market Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk


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  • Woodbridge Station0.4 miles
  • Melton Station1.2 miles
  • Wickham Market Station5.4 miles
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