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Front Elevation
Garden
Drawing Room
Drawing Room
Dining Room
Sitting Room
Kitchen
Entrance Hall
Entrance Hall
Landing
Bedroom 1/6
Bedroom 2/6
Bathroom 1/3
Bedroom 3/6
Bedroom 4/6
Bathroom 2/3
Bedroom 5/6
Rear Entrance
Patio Terrace
Patio Terrace
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Greenhouse
Cart Lodge
Side Elevation
Courtyard

Hall Street, Long Melford, Sudbury, CO10

6 bedroom house in Long Melford

Guide Price £900,000 Freehold

  • Bedrooms 6
  • Reception rooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • An elegant Grade II Listed Georgian Village House  |  6 Bedrooms / 3 Reception Rooms  |  Stunning Secure and Private Partly-walled Garden (0.45 acre, sts)  |  Impressive Period Features and High Ceilings  |  Traditional Period Outbuilding and Greenhouse  |  Gated Courtyard providing ample off-road parking  |  Sought-after Long Melford village
Front Elevation
Garden
Drawing Room
Drawing Room
Dining Room
Sitting Room
Kitchen
Entrance Hall
Entrance Hall
Landing
Bedroom 1/6
Bedroom 2/6
Bathroom 1/3
Bedroom 3/6
Bedroom 4/6
Bathroom 2/3
Bedroom 5/6
Rear Entrance
Patio Terrace
Patio Terrace
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Garden
Greenhouse
Cart Lodge
Side Elevation
Courtyard

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An elegant Grade II Listed 6-bedroom Village House with spectacular 0.45 acre (sts) partly-walled private gardens. Ideally placed for Long Melford's amenities and the surrounding Suffolk countryside.

Holgate is a beautiful early/mid C19 Grade II Listed grey-gault brick village house with C16 origins and exceptional established and private partly-walled gardens, conveniently placed for Long Melford village amenities and the Suffolk countryside. In all about 0.45 acres.

The well-proportioned accommodation retains considerable character and beautiful original features (wide arches, fine turning staircase, sash windows, fireplaces, high ceilings) and is further complemented by extensive off-road parking and period outbuildings.

AGENT’S NOTE: Victorian Coach House and historic commercial building also available under separate negotiation. Superb personal office space, investment opportunity or scope for further residential accommodation (stp). Further details on request.

HOLGATE HOUSE: A central doorway with a Greek Doric door-case with fluted columns, triglyph frieze and cornice.

ENTRANCE HALL: Bright and welcoming with deep skirting and a high beamed ceiling with a superb carved bearded figure. Doors to:

DRAWING ROOM: An elegant, beautifully proportioned room with an 8’7” high ceiling and a large sash window providing good natural light. There is deep skirting, picture rail, fireplace, slate hearth and ornate surround.

DINING ROOM: A simply stunning room with an 8ft high beamed ceiling, picture rail and large window with central sash. A large arch forms an elegant link to the entrance hall.

Inner hall: A spacious area with a high beamed ceiling and archway with inset staircase rising to first floor. Doors to:

SITTING ROOM: A charming room with a high beamed ceiling complete with moulded timbers, picture rail, deep skirting and large sash window which in turn provides for views over the courtyard.

Side entrance hall: This practical area is well suited for day to day living and is accessed off the main drive through an elegant pillared entrance. Part wood panelled walls, quarry tiled floor, built in cloaks cupboard, shelving etc. Doors to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Enjoying wonderful views over the garden and finished with a high ceiling, quarry tiled floor and a range of matching wood units with display shelving and oak wood worktops, inset twin ceramic butler sink units and mixer tap over. A former fireplace currently provides space for a range cooker with a fitted extractor hood over. There are further useful storage cupboards, shelved pantry cupboard and door to:

UTILITY/BOOT ROOM: A useful addition with two elegant arched windows providing views over the garden and a set of double doors opening onto terracing. There is a tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, full height fridge/freezer etc.

CLOAKROOM: A spacious room with heated towel rail, WC and wash hand basin. Quarry tiled floor.

CELLAR: Divided into three distinct rooms with a brick floor and currently providing useful areas for storage, wine cellarage and incorporating a boiler room.

PRINCIPAL LANDING: A spacious, elegant area with a 10ft high ceiling, cornicing, ceiling roses, elegant arch, deep skirting and a sash window which in turn provides for a view of the street scene below. Large shelved linen cupboard, further storage cupboard/wardrobe and openings to inner landings.

BEDROOM 1: With a 10ft high ceiling, cornicing, picture rail, deep skirting and a large window with central sash providing a view of the street scene below. Door to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM: A spacious room including a bath with period style fittings and shower attachment, heated towel rail, WC, wash hand basin and glass topped display shelving with storage below.

BEDROOM 2: With a 10ft high ceiling, cornicing, picture rail, deep skirting and a large window with central sash. Door to:

EN-SUITE: With large fully tiled shower cubicle, heated towel rail, WC and wash hand basin. Exposed Oak floorboards and recessed shelving.

BEDROOM 3: Sash window, deep skirting, cornicing, shelving and built in wardrobes. Ceramic wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 4: Exposed beam, deep skirting and sash window with views over the garden.

STUDY/BEDROOM 6: Ceramic wash hand basin, deep skirting and sash window overlooking a courtyard garden below. Split level floor leads to:

BEDROOM 5: Built in shelving, wardrobe and sash window providing views over the garden.

FAMILY BATHROOM: A spacious room with a large bath, airing cupboards, sash window and French style ceramic wash hand basin. Separate WC.

Outside

Double gates on a brick pillared entrance open to a sweeping gravel drive that provides extensive parking for several vehicles.

OUTBUILDING: A useful building with weather boarded elevations under a peg tiled roof divided into two distinct areas to make a decent store with a designated area for coal and wood. Water connection to left hand side.

GLASS HOUSE: Finished in a traditional style with a high painted wall on one side, glass ceiling and views over the garden. There are extensive fitted potting shelves and raised brick planter with earth.

The large partly-walled gardens are one of the property’s most attractive features with meandering pathways bordered by large areas of lawn, well stocked colourful beds with an abundance of roses, lavender, irises and established trees including magnolia, weeping willow, silver birch, laburnums and fruit trees. Vegetable garden. A gorgeous sun-drenched terrace adjoins the rear of the house. In all about 0.45 acres.

SERVICES: Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Oil-fired central heating to radiators. Mains gas pipe to property, not connected. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent. Alarm system.

LOCATION: Long Melford is a vibrant, much-loved Suffolk Wool Town with an excellent range of amenities including GP practice, pharmacy, grocery stores, antique markets, independent shops, library, pubs, restaurants and monthly farmers’ market. The nearby market towns of Sudbury and the cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds are easily accessible and offer a more comprehensive range of facilities, the former with a rail link to London Liverpool Street.

The surrounding Stour Valley countryside is absolutely delightful - gently sloping, quintessential rural Suffolk. Country walks and numerous country pursuits are quite literally on your doorstep. The whole area has been immortalised by the paintings of Constable and Gainsborough.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Babergh District Council

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment only through Winkworth Long Melford and VIRTUAL TOUR available on request.

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