This beautiful Grade II listed home is located in the quiet village of Monks Eleigh, Suffolk.
The property was built around 1780 and has a wealth of eighteenth-century character including, original beams and Inglenook fireplaces. Originally three separate dwellings that were owned by the Church of England the property has been changed in time to present a substantial family residence that boasts over two thousand sqft of accommodation. Throughout the property, no expense has been spared with high end furnishings including luxury light fittings and switches by Jim Lawrence.
The ground floor has a large lounge which occupies the middle of the property and has beautiful period features. There is also a wonderful country style kitchen that has Neff appliances and a separate dining room. The ground floor boasts a spacious bedroom with its own Ensuite. Also, there is a ground floor cloakroom. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms which are serviced by the stunning family bathroom that offers a roll top bath. One of the Bedrooms has a “Suffolk Landing” which is an ideal space for a Dressing Room and also boasts an Ensuite.
Outside, the plot is around half an acre STS. Within the gardens there is a brick built outbuilding. The grounds are mainly lawned and there are several mature trees.
A real unique cottage in the Suffolk Countryside, not one to be missed.
11' 2" x 13' 10" (3.40m x 4.22m)
9' 7" x 14' 11" (2.92m x 4.55m)
20' 4" x 23' 7" (6.20m x 7.19m)
Ground Floor Bedroom
12' 7" x 16' 11" (3.84m x 5.16m)
Suffolk Landing/Dressing Area
10' 10" x 17' 3" (3.30m x 5.26m)
10' 6" x 17' 2" (3.20m x 5.23m)
10' 7" x 12' 8" (3.23m x 3.86m)