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Grade II Listed Harleston Hall on 23 Acres in Suffolk Asks £2.5M (PHOTOS)

Grade II Listed Harleston Hall on 23 Acres in Suffolk Asks £2.5M (PHOTOS)

Grade II Listed Harleston Hall on 23 Acres in Suffolk Asks £2.5M (PHOTOS)
February 05
02:54 2020

Grade II Listed Harleston Hall on 23 Acres in Suffolk Asks £2.5M

Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 3JQ

Harleston Hall is an impressive period property dating from the late 16th century with major extension work and remodelling taking place in 1832 by Roger Pettiward. The house is constructed predominately of red brick with raised quoins and dressings of gault brick. There is more than 8,500 square feet of interior space with elegant family accommodation and a wealth of original features including well proportioned rooms, exposed beams, open fireplaces and decorative egg and dart cornicing. The front door leads into an entrance lobby, with double doors leading to the hallway, featuring a curved staircase providing access to the upper floors. There is a drawing room with garden access, a private sitting room and a modern kitchen opening to a conservatory. There are a total of five bedrooms and four bathrooms, including the main floor master suite with large wardrobes. The house is fronted by a lawn enclosed by a low brick wall to the north and a part walled garden lawn to the west. Herbaceous borders are well stocked and have been landscaped. To the south of the house lies the terrace which overlooks the moat within which an island contains a weeping ash. There is an old detached granary building made of clay lump construction with a pan tiled roof. The structure has been turned into further accommodation with entrance hall, sitting room, two bedrooms and a bathroom, fully fitted kitchen and dining room. The property also includes open pastures, store buildings, garaging for five vehicles, a barn and indoor pool. The Grade II listed property is on the market for £2,500,000 with Savills.













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