Broomheath, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 4DN | Property for sale | Savills
174.66 sq m
Guide price £1,500,000(90,993,396 EGP)

BroomheathWoodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 4DN


    Key features

    • Outstanding river views
    • Beautiful mature gardens
    • Attractive period house
    • Neighbouring National Trust parkland
    • Wonderfully proportioned, light filled accommodation
    • About 0.83 of an acre

    Wonderful riverside house with mature gardens and outstanding views.

    About this property

    • Occupying the most remarkable position, with fine views over the River Deben, Kyson Cottage is an attractive period house with superb, mature gardens.

      Dating from 1936, Kyson Cottage is a particularly handsome house, principally constructed of mellow red bricks, under a traditional pan tile roof.

      Internally, the accommodation flows exceptionally well, comprising wonderfully proportioned and light filled rooms. The glazed front door opens into a reception hall, which leads to the drawing room, kitchen/dining room, utility/laundry room and downstairs lavatory.

      The impressive triple aspect drawing room offers magnificent views over the garden and river, a wood burning stove, a cinema system and French windows out to a south facing terrace.

      The bespoke double aspect kitchen consists of hand built wooden cabinetry and worksurfaces, a Falcon range with an induction hob and integrated appliances including a Bosch fridge/freezer.

      A first floor landing leads to three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms offer superb garden and river views; two also benefit from adjoining shower rooms.

      Outside
      Kyson Cottage sits within beautiful, principally lawned and gently undulating grounds of about 0.83 of an acre. Bordered by woods, this wonderfully tranquil and private garden has an array of mature trees, two terraces - ideal for al fresco dining - and shrub borders. There is a useful studio/workshop and store, and parking for numerous cars along a shingle drive. Adjoining National Trust parkland and footpaths lead directly to Woodbridge.

      Planning Permission
      Kyson Cottage benefits from planning permission for a substantial two-storey extension and cellar. For further details, please speak with the agent or consult the East Suffolk council website, reference: C/10/0096.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Kyson Cottage occupies one of the most spectacular and enchanting positions I have come across, with beautiful views over the gently undulating mature gardens and the River Deben.

    Alexander McNabProperty agent

    Local information

    • Woodbridge is a thriving and highly regarded market town in East Suffolk – considered by The Times as one of the best places to live in the United Kingdom. Situated on the River Deben, there are a number of scenic walks, a harbour and a rare working tide mill, which traces its roots to the 11th century.
    • For many centuries, Woodbridge has been a prosperous and fashionable town and it benefits from beautiful architecture, chiefly from the Tudor, Georgian, Regency and Victorian periods; today, there is an incredible array of amenities, including independent shops, cafés, public houses and restaurants.
    • Within the village of Bromeswell (4 miles), to the east of Woodbridge, is the acclaimed Unruly Pig, considered one of the top gastropubs in the country.
    • Neighbouring Sutton Hoo (4.5 miles) is home to Britain's most important archaeological site, the Anglo Saxon burial ground of King Rædwald, the most powerful leader in seventh century England.
    • Orford (13 miles) is an especially delightful village: formerly a fishing port dominated by the 12th century castle and more recently an important location in the development of RADAR, the village today is particularly known for the award-winning Pump Street bakery and the Butley Orford Oysterage.
    • Aldeburgh (17.5 miles), the popular coastal town closely associated with Benjamin Britten, is famed for its fish and chips and the celebrated 'Scallop' sculpture by Maggi Hambling. There are excellent galleries and boutiques and a superb restaurant scene including critically acclaimed 'The Suffolk'.
    • Ipswich (8 miles) is the county town of Suffolk and provides a wide selection of independent and high street shops; and a variety of theatres, galleries, and museums.
    • Kyson Cottage is well placed for the commuter with easy access to the A12 and railway stations in Woodbridge and Ipswich providing regular trains to London Liverpool Street: Woodbridge via Ipswich from 92 minutes; Ipswich direct from 68 minutes.
    • Sporting facilities are fantastic: Woodbridge has superb sailing and rowing clubs as well as popular rugby, tennis and golf clubs. Deben Leisure Centre has a 25 metre pool and gym. Further afield, there are golf and sailing clubs at Aldeburgh and Thorpeness, and clay pigeon shooting at Darsham.
    • Schools in the area are excellent. St Mary's, Woodbridge Primary and Farlingaye are all popular state schools; renowned local independent schools include Woodbridge School, Framlingham College and Ipswich school.
    • All times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Services: mains water and electricity; private drainage; oil-fired central heating.
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    • Directions: From Ipswich proceed northbound on the A12 taking the first turn towards Woodbridge on the B1438. Proceed along this road towards the town and at the bottom of the hill on Ipswich Road, turn sharp right into Sandy Lane, just after the Ford Garage. On the brow of the hill, turn left into Broomheath. Follow this road over the railway line and down onto an unmade track. Kyson Cottage will be found shortly on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G