Could Willow End in Melton be your dream home? Period property has annexe that could be ideal for Airbnb customers

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country)

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country) - Credit: Archant

There’s a gorgeous finish to Willow End - no surprise as the current owner is an interior designer.

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country)

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country) - Credit: Archant

This period property - on the market for £1.1million - is reached via a private drive and, along with its adjoined neighbour, was once part of a much bigger home dating back to the 1800s.

Only a mile from the bustling centre of Woodbridge, where there are over 100 independent shops and eateries, the property has a tranquil feel, being set in two acres of grounds and woodland.

The finish thorughout is wonderful, and makes the most of the high ceilings and Georgian and Victorian features.

Each of the main reception rooms, from the drawing room to the snug and dining room, has either a fireplace or a wood-burning stove. And a patio runs alongside the drawing room, dining room and conservatory, so there are plenty of ways to get outside and enjoy the wildife in the garden.

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country)

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country) - Credit: Archant


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A star feature is the bespoke kitchen, hand built by Orwells and packed with features and craftsmanship that any cook will admire.

On the first floor is full length bookshelving for cramming all your favourite novels.

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And, handily, there’s a laundry room complete with a butler’s sink, shelving and power and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.

The master suite is quite something. The double room boasts a walk-through dressing room, leading through to a luxury bathroom with a roll top claw footed bath and a balcony overlooking the woodlands.

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country)

Willow End, Melton (Fine & Country) - Credit: Archant

The other three bedrooms are all decently proportioned too, one of them having an ensuite WC.

A recent addition to Willow End is the annexe, which has independent access and is complete with a kitchenette, shower room, open plan living area and decking - just the thing if you want to operate your own air b’n’b.

Beyond the house the gardens are mostly laid to lawn and you’ll find a pond and large shed too. is reached via a private drive and, along with its adjoined neighbour, was once part of a much bigger home dating back to the 1800s.

Only a mile from the bustling centre of Woodbridge, where there are over 100 independent shops and eateries, the property has a tranquil feel, being set in two acres of grounds and woodland.

The finish thorughout is wonderful, and makes the most of the high ceilings and Georgian and Victorian features.

Each of the main reception rooms, from the drawing room to the snug and dining room, has either a fireplace or a wood-burning stove. And a patio runs alongside the drawing room, dining room and conservatory, so there are plenty of ways to get outside and enjoy the wildife in the garden.

A star feature is the bespoke kitchen, hand built by Orwells and packed with features and craftsmanship that any cook will admire.

On the first floor is full length bookshelving for cramming all your favourite novels.

And, handily, there’s a laundry room complete with a butler’s sink, shelving and power and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.

The master suite is quite something. The double room boasts a walk-through dressing room, leading through to a luxury bathroom with a roll top claw footed bath and a balcony overlooking the woodlands.

The other three bedrooms are all decently proportioned too, one of them having an ensuite WC.

A recent addition to Willow End is the annexe, which has independent access and is complete with a kitchenette, shower room, open plan living area and decking - just the thing if you want to operate your own air b’n’b.

Beyond the house the gardens are mostly laid to lawn and you’ll find a pond and large shed too.

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