£635,000

Kersey Upland, IPSWICH IP7 6ER

  • Bedrooms

    bedrooms
    3
  • Bathroom

    bathrooms
    2

General information

General information Old Mill House dates from the late 1600s starting out life as a small cottage with a windmill on the site until the 1920s. The property has been developed over the years to its present layout which offers attractive accommodation with interesting elevations on all sides.

The property is approached from the sweeping gravel drive which leads into the property past a natural pond. A good sized reception hall with cloakroom leads in turn through to the large "L" shaped main reception room which has a lovely sunny aspect. Opening off this is a study and also on the ground floor is a large kitchen/breakfast room with oil fired Aga.

Stairs lead up to the first floor where there is a good sized landing and access to all three of the bedrooms. The main bedroom has a spacious dressing area and direct access to the "Jack and Jill" family bathroom.

The second bedroom has an en suite shower room and from all windows there are attractive views out over the garden and surrounding countryside.

The main sitting room has glazed French windows and single door onto a sunny south facing terrace and this elevation of the house is clad with wisteria and highly scented trachelospermum. The garden contains an interesting selection of plants and is enclosed by country hedging with a large natural pond on the far side of the drive and a path leads away from the house past a range of outbuildings to a studio which is located centrally in the garden.

Entrance hall

Cloakroom

L shaped sitting/dining room 29' 2" x 11' 11" (plus 13'1" x 10'8") (8.89m x 3.63m)

Study 10' 1" x 8' 4" (3.07m x 2.54m)

Kitchen/breakfast room 17' 8" x 11' 10" (5.38m x 3.61m)

Landing

Bedroom one 12' 4" x 10' 4" (3.76m x 3.15m)

Dressing room 8' x 7' 3" (2.44m x 2.21m)

Bedroom two 13' 6" x 11' 10" (4.11m x 3.61m)

Bedroom three 12' 2" x 10' 6" (3.71m x 3.2m)

Shower room 10' 2" x 4' 6" (3.1m x 1.37m)

The outside The mature gardens are a feature of this delightful property extending to 0.683 of an acre. There is a gated entrance leading to a gravelled drive to a large parking and turning area alongside the house. There are formal flower beds containing an interesting selection of flowering shrubs, roses, etc with steps leading up to a more recently acquired area of garden laid out with amelanchier trees and silver birches. The remaining area of garden is approached through an unusual rosemary archway leading past a range of outbuildings to the studio.

The grounds are laid mainly to lawn but with an interesting selection of shrubs, plants, vegetable beds, etc. From the garden there are stunning views out across undulating countryside in a southerly direction and the house is clad with wisteria, roses, etc, and is set well back from the quiet country lane.

Situated within the garden are a range of three garden stores, potting shed and sheds leading to an area past the studio. The garden is enclosed by clipped country hedging. Located to the rear of the garden is a small summer house.

Where? The property occupies a secluded location set well back from the quiet country road on the outskirts of the parish of Kersey on high ground with far reaching country views to the south.

There is easy access out to the main road which provides access to Hadleigh and Ipswich to the east and the nearest large village is Boxford with leisure facilities available at Stoke by Nayland nearby.

There is access to the west to Sudbury and via the A134 to Colchester with its main line railway station to London Liverpool Street.

Important information We understand that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating. Plumbed water softener. Septic tank drainage. Electro magnetic d.p.c. installed.

Council Tax Band - D

EPC rating- E

Tenure - Freehold

Method of sale - private treaty

Property summary

Signature: This attractive period property has an open plan feel to the main reception rooms on the ground floor. Aga in kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are 3 good sized bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The property has naturally well lit accommodation.

Features

  • Secluded detached house
  • Grounds of approaching three quarters of an acre
  • Oil fired Aga kitchen/breakfast room
  • Attractive well planted garden
  • Natural pond
  • Beautiful open country views
  • Spacious main reception rooms
  • Sunny south facing terrace

Floor plan

Map

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