Thurleston Lane, Akenham, Ipswich, IP1 6TQ | Property for sale | Savills
1 Ac(0.40 Ha)
Guide price £300,000

Thurleston LaneAkenham, Ipswich, IP1 6TQ

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Desirable location
  • Planning consent for 2 dwellings
  • Views over rolling countryside
  • Connected services
  • Private drive

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY IN A RURAL SETTING

About this property

  • The buildings at Rise Hall comprise a significant range of traditional farm buildings sitting in approximately 1 acre at the top of a long drive adjacent to the impressive Georgian property, Rise Hall.

    A large L-shaped timber framed, brick barn sits at the centre of the site with various smaller additions surrounding it including a dilapidated Dutch barn and a range of cart lodges which are also in a poor state of repair. The barns have impressive views out over rolling countryside to the south and west with the charming but rarely used Akenham Church sitting just to the north east.

    Planning consent was granted in 2004 for the conversion and renovation of the buildings to form two residential dwellings. Confirmation that a material commencement of the permission has been made was received in a letter dated September 2009.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The buildings at Rise Hall offer a great opportunity to create a unique residential complex in a desirable rural setting.

William HargreavesProperty agent

Local information

  • The barns at Rise Hall are situated on the edge of the village of Akenham, about 3 miles outside Ipswich and about 4 miles from Ipswich Station (London Liverpool St Station from 57 minutes). The nearby market towns of Woodbridge and Bury St Edmunds are situated about 9 and 33 miles away respectively.
  • Norwich lies approximately 44 miles to the north (Norwich Airport about 46 miles) with Stansted Airport about 51 miles to the south west. The village of Akenham was mentioned in the Domesday Book known as Acheham and also has a very interesting modern history with parts of Rise Hall Farm having been used as a film set for a number of period and war films.

Additional information

  • EPC Exempt