Savills | The Street, Washbrook, Ipswich, IP8 3HX | Property for sale
4,795 sq ft(445.47 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000

The StreetWashbrook, Ipswich, IP8 3HX

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Outstanding barn conversion
  • Well-proportioned and light filled accommodation with high ceilings
  • Bespoke kitchen by Orwells Furniture
  • Delightful, fully fenced gardens with countryside views
  • Sophisticated courtyard garden
  • Ample parking and double garage with EV charging point

Stunning barn conversion set in about 1.5 acres.

About this property

  • Redwood Barn is a stunning barn conversion, with wonderful period features including exposed timbers, original brickwork and slate roof, set in beautiful grounds.

    Originally part of a 19th century home farm, Redwood Barn has been expertly converted, with subsequent extensions and remodelling by our clients, into a fabulous family home.

    The accommodation, principally on one floor with an additional first floor bedroom, comprises well-proportioned and light-filled rooms, with high ceilings, oak flooring and under floor heating throughout.

    The bespoke kitchen, hand-built by Orwells Furniture, has granite work surfaces and an island with breakfast bar, a gas range cooker, Belfast double sink, cleverly designed pantry cupboards and integrated appliances.

    French windows in the dining area lead on to the terrace and provide views of the garden and surrounding countryside.

    This leads to the charming sitting room, with French windows to the rear garden and front courtyard. An oak-beam fireplace with a wood-burning stove is shared with the spacious living room, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard and fields. Beyond the living room is a study with a glazed door to the courtyard.

    The building has four bedrooms and a further one-bedroom annexe; it could easily be used as a substantial five-bedroom house and a ‘work from home' space with its own entrance.

    The principal bedroom is especially elegant, with vaulted ceilings, built in wardrobes, en suite, floor to celling windows and glazed door, allowing direct access to the courtyard; an anteroom provides a dressing area with further wardrobes and storage room.

    There are a further two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the ground floor, with an additional double bedroom on the first floor. The first-floor bedroom has plumbing and scope to create an en suite.

    The fully self-contained annexe has its own entrance and access to the main house. It comprises a generous sitting room with ample storage, air-condition system and view of back garden; double bedroom with en suit; and bespoke kitchen with integrated induction hob, oven tower, dishwasher and space for washer/dryer.

    Access is via an electric 5-bar gate leading to the delightful fully fenced garden, excellent terrace with mature borders, vegetable garden area, expansive lawns and lower field with views of a lake and open countryside.

    At the front is a sophisticated courtyard garden; accessible from the main drive by double gates allowing vehicle access if required.

    Ample parking and a double garage, with an EV charging point, workshop and studio.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Redwood Barn is an outstanding house in an elevated position. I love the sense of light and in the house - many of the reception rooms have wonderful floor to ceiling windows and vaulted ceilings.

Alexander McNabProperty agent

Local information

  • Surrounded by countryside views, Redwood Barn occupies an excellent, elevation position on an extended drive in the village of Washbrook.
  • There is easy access to both the A12 and A14. A mainline railway station in Ipswich (4.2 miles) offers direct trains to London Liverpool Street from 68 minutes. Alternatively, Manningtree Railway Station (9.3 miles) offers regular services to London Liverpool Street from 56 minutes.
  • Washbrook is an ancient village in South Suffolk. It forms part of the civil parish of Copdock and Washbrook and has a useful garage and popular community owned public house, The Brook Inn; Copdock Primary School is an Outstanding rated school.
  • Ipswich (3.7 miles) is the county town of Suffolk and provides a wide selection of independent and high street shops; numerous restaurants; and a variety of theatres, galleries, and museums.
  • Jimmy's Farm (3.5) is a wonderful local attraction. It has a farm and shop, wildlife park and restaurant. Regular events are held throughout the year, including jazz concerts and theatrical performances.
  • The beautiful Shotley Peninsula has some excellent river walks and is a wonderful location for bird watching. The village of Freston (7.7 miles) is home to an iconic Tudor folly and The Boot, named the best public house in Suffolk at the National Pub & Bar Awards. Further along the peninsula, Pin Mill (10.3 miles) is a pretty village with another superb public house, The Butt & Oyster.
  • Historic market towns including Hadleigh (16 miles) and Woodbridge (16.4 miles) offer an incredible range of independent shops, delicatessens, cafés, restaurants and public houses.
  • Local sporting facilities are fantastic: Sailing is available on the River Orwell, River Deben and along the Suffolk coast. There are highly regarded golf, tennis and rugby clubs locally, including in Ipswich and Woodbridge.
  • Education provisions are excellent in the state and private sectors, including renowned Ipswich School, Ipswich High School, The Royal Hospital School and Woodbridge School.
  • All times and mileages are approximate.

Additional information

  • SERVICES - Mains water and electricity; oil fired under floor central heating; shared water treatment system.
  • AGENT NOTE - Additional land of about 1.3 acres is available by separate negotiation.
  • AGENT NOTE - A local farmer currently uses the lower field for sheep grazing; the arrangement can continue if desired.
  • EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold