Exceptional house & gardens close to the coast.
The Old School is a very rare and extremely special property. The house provides remarkable ceiling heights, extremely large windows and tremendous spacious rooms that is extremely difficult to find in the Suffolk market. The accommodation flows exceptionally well from a spacious dining hall into a remarkably well proportioned drawing room measuring 6.63m x 5.46m with exposed wooden floors & French windows opening out to the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room is a particular feature of the house being spacious with a range of bespoke kitchen units, central island and wood burning stove. There is a further large study, wet room and utility. There are two large bedrooms on the first floor and a further two located in a separate wing which could easily be connected to the main house or alternatively used as a separate cottage or home office. The house is approached through estate fencing over a gravelled drive fronting the triple garage/carport. Above the garage is a self contained annexe with kitchenette & shower room. The gardens lie predominantly to the rear facing south and west and have been beautifully laid out and cared for by the current owners. Wonderful paths lead through well stocked beds and mature trees and hedges. A wide lawn lies to the rear of the house with a pond beyond. To one side lies an excellent outbuilding comprising a workshop & store. The gardens wrap around the house extending to approximately 2 acres and a filled with a wide variety of specimen trees, hedges, well stocked beds and lawns.
There are various energy infrastructure projects proposed for East Suffolk including the Friston area. Further details are available from the selling agent.
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I was delighted by the gardens at The Old School which extend to approximately two acres and offer wonderful, well stocked beds and a wide variety of specimen trees. As well as the spacious accommodation within the main house there is also a self-contained annexe above the garage too.Peter Ogilvie