'They don't come to market often': Look inside 'exceptional' £1.7m home
- Credit: Peter Lambert
A four bedroom Georgian farmhouse, near Southwold, has gone on the market for more than £1.7m.
The four storey Wood Farm Lane property, in Reydon, has its own tennis court and pavilion and separate barn conversion.
The master bedroom on the first floor has tall sash windows overlooking the gardens.
Property agent Peter Ogilvie, from Savills Suffolk, said: “Wood Farm is an exceptional and very special property.
"The house is charming and I adore the beautiful gardens and wood.
"It is also very rare to find a country house of this size and quality so close to the coast – they don’t come to the market very often.
"The property retains many period features, including sash windows and an original half glazed door with a Gibbs surround, while the layout flows remarkably well."
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In the attic there is potential for an additional bedroom and bathroom accommodation, subject to necessary consents.
Outside the property, there are extensive outbuildings including garaging, barns and cart lodges.
Mr Ogilvie added: "Sitting at the edge of Reydon Smear, there are also many walks through beautiful marshland all within a short distance of Southwold.”
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