Old Hall Farm - a pretty thatched home tucked away in its Earl Soham grounds
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This Grade II listed farmhouse, now fully refurbished, is set in its own grounds of approximately two acres, with no near neighbours and uninterrupted rural views.
It is close to the popular village of Earl Soham, but in a secluded position.
This beautiful home is believed to date back to the late 16th, early 17th Centuries and has a wealth of exposed beams, floorboards and timbers.
It occupies an idyllic and peaceful location.
Old Hall Farm has recently undergone extensive restoration works, including new cruck frame, roof structure, new windows and a comple re-thatch.
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It is pretty as a picture.
Further refurbishment work included re-wiring, re-plumbing and complete internal and external decoration.
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The ground floor features a reception hall, with a recently fitted shower room and a WC, a fitted kitchen opening in to a dining hall, a living room, sitting room and a utility room.
The kitchen is double aspect with windows to the rear. It has exposed timbers and a range of cottage style base and eye level units with Pennsylvanian oak worksurfaces and breakfast bar, with a wooden stable door opening to the rear patio area.
It has an extractor fan, a double butler style sink, a wall-mounted upright radiator and wooden slatted walls with a quarry tiled floor. There is also a pantry cupboard.
There is also a large, attached integral double garage.
An oak staircase leads to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom,
A staircase leads up to the two attic rooms, on the second floor, which are partly boarded and offer further potential living space.
The house has a large, mature plot of about two acres around it.
To the front of the property there is a five bar gate leading to a good-sized shingle car parking area which leads to the attached double garage.
There are extensive lawned areas, with secret pathways, hedging, flowers, trees and shrub borders.
A lake area has decking and there is a further pond, to the rear of a large vegetable garden.
An adjacent woodland area leads to a former footpath to Earl Soham and Brandeston.