Savills | Nacton, Ipswich, IP10 0ES | Property for sale
2,611 sq ft(242.57 sq m)
Guide price £1,175,000

NactonIpswich, IP10 0ES

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Exceptional historic house by R. M. Phipson in a secluded position
  • Included in Nikolaus Pevsner's 'The Buidings of England' series
  • Approved planning permission for a spectacular modern wing by award winning architects, Wincer Kievenaar
  • Delightful gardens in about 0.92 of an acre
  • Access to beautiful private parkland by Humphry Repton

Exceptional Victorian house with a studio and planning permission for a spectacular modern wing.

About this property

  • Broke Hall Lodge is an exceptional 19th century house, included in Nikolaus Pevsner's “The Buildings of England” series, set within beautiful grounds, with planning permission to create a fabulous family home.

    Built in circa 1859 by R. M. Phipson – known for St Mary-le-Tower in Ipswich and the restoration of Moot Hall in Aldeburgh – in his characteristic Early-Tudor style. The building abounds with character features and period charm, including mullion windows and octagonal chimneys.

    Our clients have secured approved planning permission to create a spectacular modern wing, on the footprint of an earlier 1980s extension, comprising an incredible, light filled sitting room, with glazed doors out to the garden; a substantial kitchen/breakfast room and principal bedroom suite with an adjoining bathroom, dressing room and balcony. The permission includes the creation of an outdoor swimming pool.

    Presently, Broke Hall Lodge comprises the charming original wing, with high-ceilinged rooms including a delightful, curved dining room (which would become a snug in the proposed plans); a study; kitchen and cloakroom; with three double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.

    A further wing, built in the 1980s, houses the triple aspect sitting room, with a wood burning stove and French windows out to the garden and veranda; and principal bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower room.


    Outside
    Broke Hall Lodge has beautiful and secluded south-facing gardens with mature borders and trees.

    Off the sitting room is a veranda with parterre garden beyond, including an historic well.

    Accessed via electric gates, the property has ample parking, a double garage and cart lodge, above which is a self-contained studio flat or home office.

    Broke HallL
    Broke Hall Lodge is set on the edge of the grounds of the Broke Hall Estate and residents have access to the parkland, which leads to the foreshore and sand beaches along the River Orwell.

    Broke Hall was designed in 1792 by James Wyatt, the acclaimed Georgian architect and President of the Royal Academy. The estate was home to the Broke family, whose members include Rear-Admiral Sir Philip and Admiral Sir George Broke, from the Tudor age until the late Victorian period.

    The Grade II* listed house has been divided into exclusive apartments and there is an active community with drinks parties and barbecues.

    Residents can take advantage of beautiful, Repton designed parkland, with a stunning lime tree lined drive and numerous mature trees, including a particularly special Cedar of Lebanon, which was brought to the UK in the 1750s.

    There are stunning dog walks and residents have direct and private access to the foreshore of the River Orwell, including the right to launch dinghies. Along the beach is a pleasant walk to the village of Levington and the popular public house, The Ship.

    Included in the sale is a share of a 16 acre meadow, currently used by a local shepherdess for grazing.

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Broke Hall Lodge is an absolutely superb house, set in beautiful grounds on the edge of the magnificent Broke Hall Estate. I love the history of the house and the beautiful Repton designed deer park which you can walk along to the foreshore and beach.

Alexander McNabProperty agent

Local information

  • Broke Hall Lodge was the former lodge house of Broke Hall in the delightful village of Nacton, on the banks of the River Orwell.
  • Nacton is an ancient and sought after village, within the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. John Lewis and Waitrose are within 2.5 miles.
  • Ipswich (5.2 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.
  • Felixstowe (8.2 miles) is a popular seaside town with a range of shops, a delightful ‘Blue Flag' beach and pier.
  • Historic market towns including Woodbridge (8.8 miles) and Hadleigh (15.1 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 Orwell Park Prep School in Nacton; Ipswich School; Ipswich High School; The Royal Hospital School and Woodbridge School.
  • All times and mileages are approximate.

Additional information

  • LOCAL AUTHORITY - East Suffolk District Council; Council Tax Band G
  • PLANNING - Full planning permission and Listed Building consent granted in January 2022 (ref DC/21/5315/Ful) for the redevelopment proposal by East Suffolk District Council.
  • SERVICES - Mains electricity is connected to the property. Modern private drainage system. Mains water via Broke Hall Park.
  • BROADBAND - High speed fibre broadband is available.
  • SERVICE CHARGE - Broke Hall Park is administered by a residents' association with an annual parkland maintenance charge of circa £500.
  • AGENT NOTE - Computer Generated Images supplied by Wincer Kievenaar.
  • AGENT NOTE - Some external photographs taken summer 2021
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure = Freehold