Savills | Hill Farm, Martlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 4PH | Property for sale
340 Ac(137.59 Ha)
Guide price £7,500,000

Hill FarmMartlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 4PH

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • 5 bedroom principal house
  • 3 bedroom cottage
  • Traditional farm buildings
  • About 224 acres of organic farmland
  • Grazing marsh, saltings, woodland
  • Extensive riverside habitat
  • Secluded position with river views
  • About 340 acres in total

AN EXEMPLARY RESIDENTIAL FARM IN THE RAREST OF COASTAL SETTINGS OVERLOOKING THE RIVER DEBEN AND THE ANCIENT TOWN OF WOODBRIDGE

About this property

  • Rarely is a property offered for sale in a more coveted location than that of Hill Farm. Sitting in a wonderfully elevated position on the western bank of the River Deben, the house enjoys panoramic views from Kyson Point on Martlesham Creek, taking in Woodbridge to the north and spanning around to Methersgate and the eastern bank of the Deben with Sutton beyond.

    Hill Farm has been a treasured family home for more than 50 years, providing generations with the extraordinary tranquillity and environmental variety that can surely only be found in the most unusual of properties. As well as the unique residential offering, Hill Farm provides a wonderful opportunity for progressive farming, benefiting from both organic status across the arable land as well as a huge diversity of environmental credentials in the form of grazing marshes, woodland, meadow and saltings.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Hill Farm sits in an extraordinary location on the River Deben, just outside Woodbridge, which is proving to be a hugely popular area. The unrivalled views from the house together with the exciting farming and environmental opportunities offered at Hill Farm are sure to generate a lot of interest.

William HargreavesProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated in a secluded position on the River Deben, Hill Farm sits in a ring fence on the banks overlooking the river and the Deben Peninsular on the opposite bank. As its name would suggest, the farmhouse and buildings sit atop a high point in the area and almost central to the farm's wider land holding.
  • The approach to the house from the public highway is along a private drive used only by Hill Farm which, after about 1/3 mile, reveals the unparalleled views beyond the house. The farm sits to the north of Waldringfield, bordering Martlesham Creek. The historic town of Woodbridge lies just to the north and provides access to the A12 and the A14 serving Ipswich to the south, Cambridge to the west and ultimately Norwich to the north. The county town of Ipswich provides amenity facilities and mainline rail links to London with international flights available at Norwich and Stansted Airports.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E