Ipswich, United Kingdom

Single Family

4 beds

  • Property Details

    A charming, recently renovated cottage sitting in delightful re-landscaped gardens enjoying tranquil views over the historic Broke Hall Park

    Secluded & secure setting on the edge of the fabulous Broke Hall Park on the banks of the River Orwell
    Access to the foreshore and river bank footpaths
    Potential for shares in the 16 acre meadow between the river and drive
    Master bedroom suite with dressing room
    4 Bedrooms
    Covered verandah
    Beautiful gardens extending to an acre
    Beautiful and tranquil setting
    A charming Heritage Cottage which has been significantly extended, sitting within the Broke Hall Estate, close to the Orwell Estuary.

    The house comprises two sections; the original Lodge, believed to date back to the 1800’s and a complimentary modern extension built in a sympathetic style in the 1980s. The original part of the Lodge is of yellow brick construction with red brick detail to the large windows, and a profusion of stucco fascia. There are numerous original features, of particular note, including a series of beautifully carved wooden sections - in the gable decoration and around the front porch; elaborate finials and imposing stacked chimneys.

    Accommodation comprises a fully fitted Moben kitchen leading through to the dining room with French doors to the garden and a feature fireplace. The old hallway gives access to the snug, a cloak room and the original staircase. Upstairs in this part of the house are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom (currently used as an office/study) and a family bathroom.

    On the ground floor connecting the two sections is the conservatory, which provides access to the garden and enjoys views thereof. Through then into the beautifully designed sitting room with doors to the garden. A log burner is set in a red brick fireplace surround. Views from this room, of the garden in all its aspects, are a delight at any stage of the day. There is access through French doors onto the terrace on the south side and into the loggia on the south east side which provides a wonderful seating/dining area with bbq offering ideal shade and entertaining space at all times of the year. A second staircase leads directly up from the sitting room to a landing (with loft access) and then to the master bedroom suite. This features a dressing room with floor to ceiling built-in mirrored wardrobes, an en-suite shower room, and a charming Juliet balcony with views from the French doors out to the woodland garden.

    Agents Note – Whilst not listed in its own right, Broke Hall Lodge is deemed to be within the curtilage of a listed building, Broke Hall, and is therefore curtilage listed.

    Broke Hall Lodge is situated at the entrance to the tranquil Broke Hall Park. Its setting is particularly special – sitting away from the other properties in the park it enjoys the luxury of peace and privacy. The wildlife is a particular pleasure!

    The main house is to the left of the driveway
    approached through beautifully crafted wooden
    gates down a shingle driveway, where there
    is ample parking and a newly constructed
    turning area. To the right of the driveway is the
    woodland garden overlooking the deer park and
    grounds of Broke Hall.

    There is also a double detached garage and an attached carport; above this is a self-contained studio apartment with separate bathroom - ideal accommodation for family members or guests. The current vendors have successfully obtained full planning permission for the conversion of the garages below the studio to allow for a holiday home.

    They have recently transformed the gardens and implemented a woodland management plan to create the most beautiful of contexts for this very flexible home.

    To the front of the main house there are attractive shingle pathways, holly hedges and an array of trees, bordered by shrubs and flowers.
    The main garden has been redeveloped with raised beds and a sunny terrace, providing several opportunities for outdoor dining. There is also a feature well. Other parts of the garden have been laid to lawn with other shrubbery borders, patio and outdoor dining areas. There is an abundance of mature trees including - lime, sycamore, oak and birch.
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    This single family listing located at Nacton, Ipswich boasts four bedrooms. The property is currently priced at $700,000.

    This property is listed by Hannah Cooper of Strutt & Parker located in England.