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A stunning Grade II listed medieval former hall house dating back to the reign of King Henry VI. Lovingly reconfigured to cater to the demands of modern living, this property is a unique find indeed.
The property was originally built in the 15th century but has undergone a series of renovations throughout the centuries. A timber-framed structure was added to some 200 years ago, and legend has it that this used to house a small Methodist chapel which was frequently visited by members of the local community.
Now, this fully detached, 2-acre, four bed medieval farmhouse boasts a stunning interior that has been styled in sympathy with the property"s various period features.
The main house possesses a beautiful bespoke oak kitchen, complete with an ESSE range cooker, built-in electric oven, and separate induction hob while the adjoining dining room offers plenty of square footage and storage room for growing families.
The living room is truly the heart of this home; here you will find an Inglenook fireplace and, a wood-burning stove, all overseen by a series of characterful roof beams. There are far-reaching views of the front garden.
The dual aspect reception room is currently being utilised as an office. The large utility room and cloakroom add to the space, as does the generous family bathroom. The chapel room can be retained as a reception room or converted into a guest bedroom. The versatile sunroom, which extends to the back garden, completes the ground floor accommodation.
Two separate staircases lead to an impressive master suite on the first floor, with an adjoining dressing room that could be converted into an additional double bedroom; and a further good-sized double bedroom with generous built-in cupboard and eaves storage.
In addition, this plot includes a sauna, detached double cart lodge, workshop and woodstore. There is also the opportunity to construct a new building onto the base of a previously demolished barn (subject to suitable planning permission being obtained). The surrounding land includes a stunning fenced-off, farmhouse garden, featuring hollyhocks, fennel and wall roses; A purpose-built play area including a new covered sandpit and climbing frame (by negotiation) and a further Orchard stream and pond bordering the property.
Butlers Farm enjoys a quiet, end-of-lane location on the outskirts of Wrabness. It is within walking distance of the local mainline station and just a stone"s throw from key amenities, including the community shop, local café, and village hall.