Look inside this stunning home in a popular Suffolk town on the market for £1.75 million. 

The five-bedroom home in Woodbridge was originally built as a coach house and dates back to the late Georgian period. 

The home was converted during the reign of Queen Victoria and subsequently improved, remodelled and extended throughout the last two centuries. 

It is Grade II listed for historical and architectural interest and retains many enchanting and fascinating features, including exposed timbers, original chimneypieces and hooded windows.

On the ground floor the large reception hall leads to the drawing room and dining room. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The drawing room in the five bedroom homeThe drawing room in the five bedroom home (Image: Savills)

East Anglian Daily Times: The dining roomThe dining room (Image: Savills)

There is also a big kitchen which benefits from a utility room and downstairs bathroom. 

A breakfast room is also on the ground floor. 

All five bedrooms are on the first floor of the home. 

The principal bedroom benefits from a large en-suite bathroom. 

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the five bedrooms in the Woodbridge homeOne of the five bedrooms in the Woodbridge home (Image: Savills)

Two further bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom. 

Outside the property there are two useful garages and a workshop in an ancillary outbuilding, with a two-bedroom annexe on the first floor.

Alexander McNab a property agent at Savills who are marketing the property said: "The Cottage is a fantastic, wonderfully secluded period house in one of the best positions in Woodbridge, one of my favorite towns in the county."