General information Situated in a semi-rural position on the outskirts of this popular village is this Grade II Listed 16th Century farmhouse with an additional detached cottage set in grounds of around 1.4 acres. Along with an abundance of period character and charm there are also an array of outbuildings, stables, a pond and a manége with the property being predominantly surrounded by open fields and farmland.
The entrance hall has stairs to the first floor, adjacent to this is a drawing room which has a dual aspect outlook, a wealth of period beams, wall timbers and an inglenook fireplace. To the other side of the hall is the sitting room which also has an inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner, beams and wall timbers. From here there is a door into the L-shaped kitchen/dining room which has windows to three aspects, the kitchen area is well equipped with a range of base units, wall cupboards, work tops, drawers and there is an integrated oven, hob and extractor hood. Adjacent to the dining area there is a utility room and from here there is a further door into the study which is of a good size.
To the other side of the kitchen/diner there is an additional lobby with door to the garden and there is a walk-in pantry plus cloakroom comprising a WC and base unit.
To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a shower room. The main bedroom has a built in cupboard and exposed ceiling and wall beams. From here there is access to an en-suite shower room comprising a shower, basin and WC. Adjacent to this is a dressing room with a window to the side. Bedroom two is a generous double bedroom with built in cupboard, feature red brick fireplace and exposed ceiling and wall beams. Also on this floor is a shower room comprising a shower, basin and WC.
There is a further staircase which leads up to the converted roof space, here there is a loft room with a window to the front and adjacent to this is the third bedroom with exposed ceiling timbers, window to the side and to the other side of the loft room there is a cloakroom with a WC and basin.
Outside The property is set in a superb plot of around 1.4 acres. With both vehicular access to the front and also a sweeping driveway that leads to a yard to the side of the property. There are formal gardens predominantly laid to lawn with a range of trees, flower beds, shrubs and a pond.
There are also six stables, a manége and two small paddocks. Within the yard there are a further array of outbuildings which includes a detached cottage which, subject to the relevant consent, would make an ideal annexe. This detached cottage currently comprises of four rooms along with light, power and water connected.
In addition to the cottage there is another detached store which measures approximately 14ft x 58ft which would make great storage or further conversion, subject to the relevant planning consents.
Location Willisham is a village lying approximately 8 miles from Ipswich and approximately 3 miles from Needham Market. The neighbouring village of Somersham provides a village shop, public house, petrol station and a village hall.
Important information Services - We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil fired central heating.
Tenure - Freehold
Council Tax Band - G
EPC - N/A
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A charming Grade II listed 16th Century farmhouse with an abundance of period features set in grounds of around 1.4 acres with a separate detached cottage, range of stables and outbuildings
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