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PUBLISHED: 10:54 02 May 2017 | UPDATED: 10:57 02 May 2017

Fairfield House, Bruisyard

Fairfield House, Bruisyard

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We look through the keyhole of some of Suffolk’s most luxurious houses on the property market

Fairfield House, Bruisyard

Guide price: £675,000

Agent: Flick & Son 01728 633777

Fairfield House is a spacious six bedroom detached home in the heart of the Suffolk countryside but within easy reach of the attractions of the Heritage Coast.

Situated in Bruisyard, mid-way between Framlingham and Saxmundham, this contemporary home has been designed to a high standard covering almost 3,000 square feet of living space with outstanding rural views to front and rear. It has recently been extended to encompass a two-bedroom, self-contained annexe which has been operating very successfully as a holiday let.

With flexible accommodation over two floors, there is ample room to relax, unwind and entertain. It features a dual aspect living room with red brick chimney, wood burning stove and doors leading out to a decked terrace, a light open kitchen/dining room with bi-folding doors into the garden. All six bedrooms are on the first floor, many feature oak flooring and a range of built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room and there is an additional bathroom off the landing. A large rear garden is set to lawn with established shrub and flower borders. There are also terraced seating areas and a greenhouse in grounds of approximately half an acre. A gravel driveway offers parking for several vehicles plus a double garage.

Fairfield House, Bruisyard Fairfield House, Bruisyard

Lampard Barn, Lampard Brook, Framlingham, Woodbridge SOLD STC

Guide price: £675,000

Viewing: Huntingfield Estates 01728 724566

A fabulous detached barn conversion just one mile from Framlingham, with four/five bedrooms, two/three reception rooms and a separate detached one-bedroom converted annexe, all set in a 3/4 acre plot with wonderful countryside views. The accommodation is well proportioned around a central dining hall. There is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room overlooking a south facing side garden, while the sitting room has a wood burner providing warmth and character. The annexe is currently being used as a pilates studio and therapy room, and has a kitchenette and shower room. There is plenty of parking between the two properties.

Lampard Barn Lampard Barn

Nut Tree Farm, Metfield SOLD STC

Guide price: £1.2 million

Agent: ECR Properties 01449 711727

Nut Tree Farm set on the edge of the village of Metfield in the Waveney Valley on the Suffolk/Norfolk border is very much a lifestyle property. This Grade II listed farmhouse has a lovely outlook and offers flexible living accommodation with six to seven bedrooms. There is a two-bedroom detached holiday let, which is set away from the main house on the edge of a large picturesque pond. A detached office, with wc and kitchen facilities, is ideal for those wishing to work from home.

The stable block and around 12 acres of land – including a large orchard – is suitable for an equestrian interest and the large outbuilding offers a superb storage facility which could be suitable for cars.

Nut Tree Farm, Metfield Nut Tree Farm, Metfield

Valley Farmhouse, Westhall

Guide price: £1,295,000

Agent: ECR Properties 01449 711727

Another property offering an exciting lifestyle choice is Valley Farmhouse at Westhall, not far from the Suffolk Heritage Coast, which provides an opportunity to take on a bed and breakfast and glamping business with an established income. Set in around four acres it also offers equestrian facilities and a small manège. There are also several business and storage units currently let out.

The current owners use the main farmhouse for the bed and breakfast business. The one-bedroom Falconry Mews in the courtyard to the rear of the farmhouse offers excellent accommodation with adjacent office. A traditional barn currently provides stabling but has the potential for other uses subject to planning. The arrangement of the bed and breakfast rooms allows a great deal of flexibility should a buyer wish to increase the private accommodation and it is well laid out should they wish to return it to a family farmhouse.

Valley Farmhouse, Westall Valley Farmhouse, Westall

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