Savills | Duke Street, Haughley, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 3QT | Property for sale
3,555 sq ft(330.27 sq m)
Guide price £500,000(€578,837)

Duke StreetHaughley, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 3QT

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Delightfully positioned beside the church and castle moat
  • 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
  • 3 delightful reception rooms
  • integral annexe potential
  • established gardens and detached coach house

Delightfully positioned former rectory requiring total renovation.

About this property

  • The Grange, formerly the rectory to the village, is believed to date from the early 17th century and is Grade II Listed of Special Architectural and Historic Interest. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and is in need of complete renovation. The location of the house is particularly appealing being positioned in an historic part of the village with the church to the east and the moat of Haughley castle to the west and north of the house. Haughley castle is considered one of the best preserved motte and bailey earthworks in Suffolk.

    GROUND FLOOR
    A side entrance porch leads to a panelled door into the front hall with principal stairs to the first floor landing. A door from the hall leads through to a dining room with fireplace and
    secondary stair to a first floor stand alone bedroom. Beyond
    the dining room is a scullery kitchen with fireplace and
    outlooks over the gardens. There is also a ground floor bathroom. This wing of the house lends itself as a self-contained parlour/ annexe. A further door from the hall leads into the kitchen/breakfast room which has an Aga, basic kitchen
    units and French doors out to the gardens. Beyond the kitchen is a sitting room with out looks over the front gardens, fireplace with glazed display alcove and French windows out to the gardens. This opens through into a library with fitted bookcases, bay window and on to a separate cloakroom.

    FIRST FLOOR
    The staircase leads onto a split level landing with a double
    bedroom with triple aspect windows over the gardens. The
    inner landing leads to 3 further bedrooms several of which have
    wash-basins, in built wardrobes and a connecting box room.

    SECOND FLOOR
    The second floor is accessed off the inner landing where there are three rooms all requiring renovation.

    OUTSIDE
    The house is set back from Duke Street with a parking area
    fronting the garage/coach house. Adjoining this is a garden store. An internal stair leads to the second floor former play room and studio. To the rear is a gardeners cloakroom and greenhouse. The gardens have established trees including a fine mulberry tree, small orchard with a garden building to the far corner. The gardens are well stocked and surround the house with seating areas and various storerooms connected back to the house. To the rear is the access to the main cellar with a wine cellar beyond. About 0.33 acre (STS)

    SERVICES
    Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central
    heating. (The services have not been tested).

    NOTE
    The property has been in the same ownership for over 40
    years and requires complete renovation. The property will not
    be fully cleared of all contents upon completion and buyers
    should be aware that the clearing and disposal of any items left at the property will be the responsibility of the purchasers.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The house offers an incredible opportunity for a buyer to restore what is a lovely village house in an historic setting within the village.

Tom OrfordProperty agent

Local information

  • The Grange is situated within the picturesque and thriving village of Haughley. The village has a bakery, shops, post office, Co-op, pub, restaurant and school. Further facilities including banks and a direct fast train service to London can be found just 2 miles away in Stowmarket. The popular market town of Bury St Edmunds and county town Ipswich lie 15
  • miles away to the west and east respectively. The A14 is
  • approximately half a mile away giving access to Cambridge and
  • The Midlands, as well as London and Stanstead Airport. Regular
  • rail services from Stowmarket to London's Liverpool Street Station in about 75 minutes.
  • MILEAGES
  • Stowmarket 2 miles (London Liverpool Street about 75 minutes), Bury St Edmunds 15 miles, Ipswich 15 miles (London
  • Liverpool Street about 65 minutes)
  • (All mileages and times are approximate).

Additional information

  • Directions: The property is positioned to the far west end of Duke Street located next door to the church.
  • EPC Exempt