DESCRIPTION The Grange is a particularly elegant country house dating from the late 16th or early 17th Century with a classic Georgian façade. Timber framed below a plain tile covered roof, the well proportioned accommodation features a timbered sitting room and snug with inglenook fireplaces and wood burning stoves. The dining room has a circa 18th Century fireplace and bay window and window seat with garden view. To the rear is an excellent kitchen/breakfast room and utility room with vaulted timbered ceilings and bespoke fitted kitchen furniture with integrated appliances. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation. The first floor is accessed via two staircases, the principal staircase leads to a small landing off which is a master bedroom, second bedroom and bathroom. The secondary staircase leads to a small landing off which there is a further bedroom and bathroom, and a staircase rises to the attic within which there are three further inter-connecting rooms. The grounds of the property extend to approximately half an acre (sts) which includes off-street parking. Adjacent to the parking area there are two quality stables/stores and two further outbuildings which are in need of repair. It is understood that the current owners are seeking planning permission to convert the buildings to annexe accommodation. The gardens of the property are principally laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. At the front is a large pond and to the rear is an attractive courtyard garden, partly walled with lawn and brick cobble and paving slab terracing with a covered veranda with access to the sitting room.
LOCATION Bramfield is a charming village situated close to Halesworth. Bramfield has a primary school, village hall, village church, equestrian centre and award winning Queens Head pub. The popular market town of Halesworth is centred around a pedestrian precinct with a wide variety of shops which cater for most everyday needs. Halesworth has a primary school, library, arts centre, doctors surgery and cottage hospital, which make it very self contained. The town is also well served with transport communications having a railway station which offers a service via Ipswich to London Liverpool Street. Southwold and the Suffolk Heritage Coast are just a short drive away.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity are available. Private drainage. None of the services, the heating installation, plumbing, electrical systems nor appliances (if any) have been tested by the Selling Agents.
OUTGOINGS Council Tax currently Band "G". Further details can be obtained from the Suffolk Coastal District Council, East Suffolk House, Station Road, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk. IP12 1RT Tel: (01394) 383789.
VIEWING Please contact Flick & Son, 8 Queen Street, Southwold, IP18 6EQ for an appointment to view. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01502 722253 Ref: 18944/RDB.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS No fixtures, fittings, furnishings or effects save those that are specifically mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale and any item not so noted is expressly excluded. It should not be assumed that any contents, furnishings or furniture shown in the photographs (if any) are included in the sale. These particulars do not constitute any part of any offer or contract. They are issued in good faith but do not constitute representations of fact and should be independently checked by or on behalf of prospective purchasers or tenants and are furnished on the express understanding that neither the agents nor the vendor are or will become liable in respect of their contents. The vendor does not hereby make or give nor do Messrs Flick & Son nor does any Director or employee of Messrs Flick & Son have any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever, as regards the property or otherwise.