Grade II Listed Farmhouse with traditional Suffolk barn in a secluded and elevated setting
Lampard Brook Farm is situated in the rolling and picturesque countryside of the Deben Valley just south of the sought after market town of Framlingham. The house is set well back from the
road at the end of a long tree lined drive in an elevated and secluded setting. Framlingham is a highly regarded town with a wide range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities. The town has received national recognition as one of the best
market towns in the country. The attractive central market square with its pubs, restaurants, wine bar and excellent range of shops are all within walking distance to the house. There are several excellent schools in the town including Framlingham
College, Thomas Mills High School and Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School. There are a variety of sports clubs and numerous local societies, together with a library, doctor's surgery and garage. The town is also well known for its historic Norman castle and fine church. Recreational facilities in the area include golf courses at Woodbridge, Aldeburgh and Cretingham and the Suffolk Heritage Coast provides sailing and fishing opportunities on the Alde, Deben and Orwell estuaries.
The A12 lies some 6 miles to the south and links to the county's main road network as well as accessing the riverside town of
Woodbridge (12 miles) and the county town of Ipswich (17 miles). Rail services run from Campsea Ashe station (about 7 miles), with direct rail services to London's Liverpool Street Station. Day to day shopping facilities area available in the near by market town of Framlingham and further afield at Woodbridge. There are excellent schools in the area with Framlingham Preparatory school in Brandeston and Framlingham College both in very close proximity to the property. Suffolk's county town, Ipswich, offers regular Inter City train services to London's Liverpool Street Station, the journey taking about 70 minutes.
Lampard Brook Farm is Grade II Listed of Special Architectural and or Historical Interest. The house is built from brick and timber frame having 16th century origins with additions from 17th and
18th century and a Georgian facade. There are numerous features throughout the house including high ceilings, sash windows and well proportioned rooms. The older part of the house has brick floors, exposed beams and stud work. The accommodation is well laid out with a light filled central reception
hall with principal staircase to the first floor and panelled doors to the main reception rooms. The sitting room has a wood burner with stone surround and the drawing room has an open fireplace with surround and glazed doors to the gardens. The kitchen is located in the middle of the house with an Aga and door to the rear garden. This leads through to a high ceilinged breakfast room. An inner hall leads through to the beamed dining room with
bread oven, copper and through to a rear hall with a secondary staircase and a further sitting/snug room with beamed ceiling and multi fuel burner. The first floor has four bedrooms with a dressing room landing, en suite shower room and family bathroom. The secondary stair leads to a further bedroom with an en suite bathroom which lends itself for guest accommodation and also connects back to the main bedrooms of the house. The
second floor has a 6th bedroom and there is a large attic play room.
Lampard Brook Farm is approached over a long gravelled tree lined drive and culminates in a side parking sweep to the eastern side of the property. The drive continues beyond the house to the substantial timber framed barn and a triple cart lodge to one side. The front meadow has a number of silver birch trees along the road side and mown walkways which lead through the front
field with specimen trees interspersed throughout. A bridge leads over the small brook to an orchard area with fruit trees and a former vegetable garden with fruit bushes. The lawned gardens to the front of the house continue around the western side to a further area and past a rustic garden shed to the enclosed, sheltered courtyard. Beyond the house are the traditional outbuildings which comprise an impressive timber framed barn, former stable barn, wood stores and a open fronted stores. A footpath crosses over the front field. There is a pond to the far northern boundary and the surrounding mainly arable undulating farmland is bordered by attractive hedgerows.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage and oil fired central heating.
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