A superb Grade II* listed Georgian townhouse with a large walled garden.
Trinity Hall is a most handsome and substantial early Georgian townhouse listed Grade II* of significant architectural importance. The house retains much period detail with fine shuttered sash windows to the principal south elevation and fine door case with Doric columns. The house has ample gravelled parking and to the rear there is a large well stocked walled garden with a fine view of Trinity Church as a backdrop.
Trinity Hall has substantial accommodation with a central reception hall and particularly elegant staircase lit by a pair of hooded sash windows with window seats overlooking the walled garden. There is a large drawing room with French windows onto the walled garden and a formal dining room and sitting room and a sunny south west facing kitchen breakfast room, as well as the usual domestic offices. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, a dressing room, two bathrooms and shower room together with extensive attic rooms.
The house was acquired by the family of the current owners in 1985 and was, at the time the subject of a major and substantial programme of complete restoration and refurbishment.
There is an adjoining cottage (Trinity Lodge) as described in Lot 2 and this is available to the purchasers of Trinity Hall by separate negotiation.
The house is approached by a gravelled drive situated immediately to the east of the house and the drive is entered through timber gates mounted onto brick gate piers. Situated to the east of the house there is a large gravelled area suitable for parking several cars. The first part of the gravelled entrance drive is shared with the cottage (Trinity Lodge).
To the rear and north of the house there is a large walled garden, largely laid to lawn with well stocked mixed shrub and herbaceous borders and with a fine view of Holy Trinity Church as a back drop. There is a further area of lawned garden situated to the north east. There are a great variety of ornamental shrubs and trees including a fine mulberry. The garden in all extends to about half an acre.
THE COTTAGE (TRINITY LODGE - LOT 2
This is situated to the east of Trinity Hall and was formerly the coach house. It is now a separate dwelling with a separate title. It is traditionally constructed of brick under a hipped pantile roof and has the following accommodation: sitting room, kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms and bathroom. It has its own area of rear garden, open-fronted garage and gravelled parking area. The property will be granted a shared access over the initial part of the gravelled entrance drive of Trinity Hall.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage, gas fired central heating.
Bungay is a lovely market town with some beautiful house and wonderful architecture, this is one of the gems.Louis de Soissons