A 19th-century family home with seven acres of private land is on the market near Bury St Edmunds. 

The Willows is constructed of red brick and dry lined insulation in half of the house and the current owners have updated and modernised the home to make it highly efficient and low maintenance. 

On the ground floor the entrance hallway leads into the kitchen and breakfast room, a spacious area of open plan living benefitting from underfloor heating and bi-fold doors out on to a large terrace. 

The kitchen includes a range of appliances, base units, shelving and wooden worktops. It connects to a utility room and game larder.

East Anglian Daily Times: The kitchen and breakfast roomThe kitchen and breakfast room (Image: Savills)

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

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The ground floor is completed with a drawing room with a large bay window, a garden room and a dining room that has dual aspect and a fireplace with a log burning stove. 

On the first floor the large principal bedroom has a fireplace and built-in wardrobes, an ensuite shower room and an original balcony to the front. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The principle bedroomThe principle bedroom (Image: Savills)

East Anglian Daily Times: The living area of the annexThe living area of the annex (Image: Savills)

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The first floor also has three additional bedrooms and a family bathroom with an original enamelled bath. 

The property comes with an annex that has independent access and is ideal for accommodating guests or to rent out. It comes with a double bedroom, ensuite shower room and its own kitchen and reception room.

Outside the gardens are completed with lawns, shrubs, flowerbeds, a kitchen garden, fruit trees,a garden tool and machinery store, and various outbuildings. 

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

East Anglian Daily Times: Flowers in the gardenFlowers in the garden (Image: Savills)

To the rear of the garden is an enclosed seasonal pons and two ornamental ponds. Beyond the garden are fenced paddocks, stables, and a range of six former pig pens. 

The property is located in Lackford which is just five miles away from Bury St Edmunds.

Estate agent Savills has listed the property at a guide price of £1,600,000.