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Historic home in the heart of the county

PUBLISHED: 11:55 05 May 2015 | UPDATED: 12:05 05 May 2015

Craggs Hall

Craggs Hall

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Craggs Hall is a Grade II Listed timber framed farmhouse believed to be from the 14th and 16th centuries. It retains many fine period features - a wealth of exposed beams including a queen post roof as well as two large inglenook fireplaces.

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The drawing room and dining room are heavily timbered. The dining room has exposed herringbone flooring, open inglenook fireplace with bressumer beam and an adjacent brick built former bread oven. On the ground floor are a spacious reception hall, kitchen/breakfast room and utility/cloakroom. There are three bedrooms on the first floor and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has an en suite dressing room as well as an impressive sized bathroom. On the second floor is a sitting room with a bedroom, study and a further bedroom.

A shingle driveway provides extensive parking. There is also a brick and block cart lodge, outbuildings providing useful storage, and a former stable. The gardens extend to approximately one acre.

Craggs Hall is approximately one and a half miles from the village of Laxfield. Stradbroke three miles and Framlingham seven miles.

Guide price: £485,000

Viewing: Fenn Wright Signature 01473 358400 Musker MacIntyre 01986 888205

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