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Property DetailsA secluded Grade II Listed 16th century house of special architectural and historical interest set in 7 acres of land surrounded by open countrysideBroadway Hall is a Grade II Listed farmhouse of special architectural and historical interest.Believed to date back to the mid-16th Century, the house is constructed from a timber frame under a pitched peg tiled roof with colour washed and rendered exteriors.Internally there are many period features including open fireplaces, original oak doors with arch surrounds, polished oak floorboards, stud-work, bressumers and beams. The accommodation is well laid out over three floors.The ground floor comprises a dining hall entrance with a wood-burning stove in the large fireplace. To the right is the triple aspect drawing room, again with wood-burning stove in a large fireplace and with French doors leading to the garden. The expansive fully-fitted kitchen has an oil-fired Aga and breakfast area.Leading off the kitchen is a utility area with separate WC, aerated wine-store and outdoor access. There is a further study/utility room to the rear of the property.First floor accommodation includes four double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate family shower room. There are potentially two further bedrooms on the second floor, with one currently used as a spacious family entertainment area with access to a further large bathroom.Broadway Hall is a moated house, in a tranquil and very secluded position set back from a quiet country lane and approached via a long gravel drive with paddocks/meadows on both sides. The drive leads to the double garage and workshop.The drive continues beyond the house towards the far end of the property, with a further wide parking area which gives access to the home office complex with wood burning stove and solar powered heating, together with a further garden room + wet room. The same building includes a log store, storage barn, garden shed, greenhouse and a cart lodge offering tractor and car parking. While this is an ideal space for separate self-contained accommodation (subject to planning), the rooms adjacent to the office complex currently serve as an attractive B&B.There is a lawn to the south of the house and a terrace area at the side of the house with box hedging, specimen shrubs and a pergola with climbing plants. The lawn continues to the east of the house where there are a number of established fruit trees. A second bridge leads over the moat to the outbuildings, to one side of which is a copse interspersed by pine, poplar, silver birch, cedar and ash with a rose and vine covered pergola between further lawns, flower beds and a vegetable garden.
Additional Property InformationThis single family listing located at Verdons Lane, Stradbroke, Eye boasts six bedrooms. A farmhouse style property, it is presently selling for $1,342,561.
This property is presented by Hannah Cooper of Strutt & Parker based in England.