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4 Bed Detached House  For Sale  Green Oak Farm    Suffolk  IP14  - £675,000

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Reference: Quote Houseladder - 1768905

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The property is of timber frame construction, under a pantile roof with colour wash elevations. There are a variety of out buildings and a large unconverted barn at the rear of the property. Green Oak Farm is Grade II Listed and our clients have lived in the property for the past 70 years, it having been within their family since 1890. The heating is via a wood burner and back boiler serving seven radiators and there is a separate immersion heater. There are many useful outbuildings to the side of the property forming the old car sheds that were built in circa 1946/47.

About the Area
Mickfield is a popular little village with a population of approximately 200 people. The village is located in Suffolk in the east of England. Located around five miles north-east of Stowmarket and only three and a half miles from Debenham. Debenham has a variety of amenities including a co-op, a hardware store, a public house, a leisure center, a doctor's surgery, a veterinary practice and an extremely sought-after high school.
Solid front door through to entrance hall, wealth of exposed timbers to walls and ceiling, door to rear and Suffolk latched doors off to kitchen/dining room.

Kitchen/Dining Room
Inset, single drainer stainless steel sink units set in post form work surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, dual aspect windows, a wealth of exposed timbers to walls and ceiling, double radiator, space for fridge freezer, electric cooker point, strip light, cushion flooring and latched door through to utility room.

Utility Room
With single drainer stainless steel unit, cupboards and drawers under, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer, part glazed door with side window to rear and further latched door through to separate WC.

With close coupled WC in white and window.

Living Room
Large, open red brick fireplace, with oak bressummer and inset wood burner, brick tiled hearth, a wealth of exposed timbers to the walls and the ceilings, window to front elevation, center light, useful built-in double storage cupboards, further cupboard adjacent to the fireplace, fitted carpet, TV point, internet point and door through to entrance lobby/hall. Useful storage cupboard under the stairs, connecting part glazed Kentucky-style door to front, fully carpeted stairs to first floor and latched door through to the dining room.

Dining Room
Feature redbrick open fire place with oak bressummer and brick hearth, inset wood burner, exposed timbers to ceiling and walls.

First Floor Landing
Open plan staircase to second floor where there are two further attic rooms and doors off to bedroom 2

Bedroom 2
Window to front, exposed timers to ceiling and walls, double radiator, built-in airing cupboard housing lagged copper tank with fitted immersion heater.

Bedroom 3
Window to rear, built-in pine fronted double wardrobe, Victorian fireplace with wooden mantle, single radiator, pleasant views over rear garden.

Family Bathroom
White suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash basin, close-coupled WC, single radiator, exposed beams, electric bar heater, strip light, mirror.

Bedroom 4
Window to rear, single radiator.

Bedroom 1
Similar size to bedroom 2 the other end of the property, electric fuse box to wall (with some new wiring), a wealth of exposed timbers to all walls and ceiling, double radiator.

The property is approached from the front via a tarmacadam driveway with parking for at least seven cars and with adjacent tarmacadam/concrete parking area for a further four or five. Adjacent to the parking area there are some large out buildings/garaging for two to three cars. The front garden is mainly laid to neat open lawn and interspersed with a variety shrub and flower boarders and edging, greenhouse 8ft by 6 ft. There is an amazing holm oak evergreen tree to the front of the property believed to be dating back at least 300 years. Outside water tap.

Brick/Block-Built Garage Complex
With parking for three to four cars, large concrete base, and step up to further large workshop area and further door through to two further shed/workshop areas very useful for a variety of uses.
There are large mature lawned areas to both sides of the property, a small concrete patio to the rear leading to a tranquil and good-sized pond bordered with mature oak and ash trees. To the far rear there is a large lawned area with original block/timber constructed unmodernised barn with further potential to be realised. The rear gardens are totally secluded, mature horsechestnut trees to the far rear abutting open farmland. This really is an amazing property and an early internal inspection is strongly advised as there is much potential to be realised.

We understand from the vendors that mains water and electricity are connected to the property, septic tank for drainage in rear garden, heating via wood burner with back boiler serving seven radiators throughout the farmhouse.

Vacant possession upon completion.

Council Tax
Mid Suffolk - Council tax band F, £2584.50

Viewings strictly by prior appointment through the vendor's sole agents Fine and Country Ipswich +44(0)1473 289 700, Mark Halls MRICS FNAEA FARLA CREA, +44(0)7770 814748
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