A detached property with an annexe in the village of Shimpling, near Long Melford, is on the market at a guide price of £750,000. 

Brindles is a five-bedroom house situated on Aveley Lane in the picturesque rural village of Shimpling. 

The well-presented, modern home offers plenty of space for a large family, with more than 2,500sq ft of accommodation. 

There’s also an adjoining annexe that could accommodate a growing family or provide the opportunity to earn a secondary income.  

Selling agent Carter Jonas says: “Upon entering Brindles, you will be immediately struck by the elegance and space provided throughout the residence.  

“The current vendors have meticulous attention to detail with works they’ve completed over their ownership and is evident in every corner.” 

On the ground floor of the property, there’s a spacious entrance hall with flagstone flooring. Doors from the hallway lead to all of the living areas. 

In the kitchen/breakfast room, there are shaker-style units with worktop space and a ceramic sink and an Aga. There’s space for a large dining table and chairs where you can entertain family and friends. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The kitchen/breakfast roomThe kitchen/breakfast room (Image: Carter Jonas)East Anglian Daily Times:

The triple-aspect sitting room has plenty of space for comfortable seating to relax on. This room has restored wood flooring and a wood-burning stove. 

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There’s also a snug, shower room and utility room on the ground floor. 

Upstairs on the first floor, there’s a generous landing area, which gives access to all five double bedrooms as well as a family bathroom. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The principal bedroomThe principal bedroom (Image: Carter Jonas)

The principal bedroom features an arched window and has an en-suite shower room.  

All of the bedrooms enjoy far-reaching rural views. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The open-plan ground floor of the annexeThe open-plan ground floor of the annexe (Image: Carter Jonas)

The property has an adjoining annexe, with its own separate entrance. 

This self-contained, well-presented building has a range of potential uses, including an office, somewhere for guests to stay when they’re visiting or a place to accommodate family members long-term. 

On the ground floor, there’s an open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting area, with fitted units and the necessary plumbing and services. 

A staircase leads to the first floor, where there’s a double bedroom and an en-suite shower room. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The bedroom in the annexeThe bedroom in the annexe (Image: Carter Jonas)

Brindles is set back from the road in a rural area of Shimpling.  

To the front of the property, there’s a sweeping driveway offering plenty of space for car parking. 

To the rear, there’s a raised alfresco dining terrace and courtyard, a large lawn area and mature trees, contained by fencing. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The rear gardenThe rear garden (Image: Carter Jonas)

There are rural views from the front and rear of the property. 

Brindles is situated in Shimpling, which is home to a pub, a church and a village hall. 

Shimpling is four miles north of the picturesque village of Long Melford, which has many independent shops as well as pubs and restaurants. 

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Bury St Edmunds, with its shops, schools and railway station, is nine miles away. Shimpling is eight miles from the market town of Sudbury. 

Shimpling is close to the A134, which meets the A14 in the north and A120 in the south.  

For more information, contact Carter Jonas. 

Brindles, Shimpling 
Guide price: £750,000 
Carter Jonas, 01787 322223