Take a look inside this "handsome" village home which has hit the market.

Found in Wangford Road, Reydon, this property is one of the original houses in the village and is home to grounds spanning two thirds of an acre as well as two annexes.

It is a five-bedroom family home that has been "much loved" by Savills' clients and comes to the market for the first time in over two decades.

The property is Grade II listed and is believed to date back to the 18th century before being remodelled and enlarged in the 1830s.

The house has been comprehensively restored and renovated by the current occupants, creating a "comfortable" family home that comprises "well-proportioned rooms balancing period charm with modern practicalities".

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the sitting roomsOne of the sitting rooms (Image: Savills)

On the ground floor, the front door opens into the entrance hall, with doors off to the kitchen, drawing room, sitting room and inner hall.

East Anglian Daily Times: The dining area and kitchenThe dining area and kitchen (Image: Savills)

The L-shaped kitchen and reception room has been described as a "wonderful" space by Savills, with its large window looking out over the gardens as well as stairs leading down to the cellar.

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the sitting areas at the homeOne of the sitting areas at the home (Image: Savills)

The reception room has a dining area and sitting area around a chimneypiece, with a conservatory leading away.

East Anglian Daily Times: The conservatory at Reydon CottageThe conservatory at Reydon Cottage (Image: Savills)

Upstairs, there are five bedrooms, a family bathroom and a toilet.

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: Savills)

The principal bedroom and second bedroom both have original chimneypieces.

East Anglian Daily Times: Another of the bedrooms at Reydon CottageAnother of the bedrooms at Reydon Cottage (Image: Savills)

Outside, there are two annexes and a "substantial" workshop.

The Coach House is currently being used as a holiday let and comprises an open plan kitchen/living space on the ground floor and a bedroom and bathroom upstairs.

A second annexe is being used as a studio and can also see use as a home office with its own kitchen.

The first floor also has a further bedroom and bathroom.

East Anglian Daily Times: The groundsThe grounds (Image: Savills)

Gardens feature a sunken walled garden and there is plenty of parking space to the front.