A grade II listed farmhouse in Mendlesham, near Stowmarket, with more than four acres of land and a crinkle crankle wall is on the market at a guide price of £850,000. 

Church Farm, which is of timber frame construction, dates from the 16th or 17th century, with a front extension added in the 18th century. 

The three-storey, six-bedroom property has a number of period features, including exposed beams, open fireplaces and sash windows. 

Selling agents Clarke & Simpson said: “The property has the great advantage of being situated within a village but also having extensive land.” 

The grounds total just over four acres, including outbuildings which have the potential to be used as equine facilities. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The drawing room leads to the conservatoryThe drawing room leads to the conservatory (Image: Full Aspect/Clarke & Simpson)

On the ground floor, there are plenty of living areas, including a sitting room, dining room, drawing room and conservatory, as well as a kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, scullery and cloakroom. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The kitchen/breakfast roomThe kitchen/breakfast room (Image: Full Aspect/Clarke & Simpson)

Upstairs on the first floor, there is a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. 

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On the second floor, there are three bedrooms. A door from the third bedroom/study leads to the attic space. 

Outside, to the front of the property, there is a lawn area enclosed by picket fencing. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The rear of the propertyThe rear of the property (Image: Full Aspect/Clarke & Simpson)

The rear garden is mainly lawn with mature hedging and trees and beds containing roses, lavender and box hedging. A south and east-facing patio abuts the breakfast room. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The crinkle crankle wallThe crinkle crankle wall (Image: Full Aspect/Clarke & Simpson)

There’s access for cars via a five-bar gate on to a shingle drive, which goes past the house, a crinkle crankle (wavy) wall, and fruit trees, then reaches a yard. 

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In the yard there are a range of outbuildings including a garage/workshop, a store, former cattle building and barn, all of which are connected to power and water. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The meadow is split into two sectionsThe meadow is split into two sections (Image: Full Aspect/Clarke & Simpson)

Water is also connected to troughs in the meadow, which is divided into two sections, one with two stores. The land is enclosed by hedging, mature trees and a moat. 

Church Farm is situated next to the village church in Mendlesham, and within walking distance of the village shop, pub, and fish and chip shop. 

For more information, contact Clarke & Simpson. 

Church Farm, Mendlesham  
Guide price: £850,000 
Clarke & Simpson, 01728 724200