About the Property
The house is set back from the road in the centre of the small hamlet of Debach. The accommodation comprises well-proportioned and light-filled rooms laid out over two floors. There are some superb features throughout the house including traditional ledge and brace pine doors, back to back fireplaces in the two main reception rooms, both fitted with wood burners. There are exposed beams and stud work and some open studwork which opens through to the impressive kitchen/breakfast room which is partly vaulted with base cupboards, granite worktop, oak floors and a walk in pantry. There is a range cooker with canopy hood over and delightful views over the gardens with French doors to the terrace. To one side is a further side hall, constructed in part by an attractive oak frame with oak door to the outside. On the first floor are three light and well proportioned bedrooms, a landing with cupboards and a well fitted modern family bathroom.
The guest annexe / home office is located to the side of the house and is also well presented with a modern well equipped kitchen, bathroom, sitting room and a double bedroom.
The front area offers extensive gravelled parking for several cars with a flower garden to one side. A path leads between the house and annexe to a paved terrace area with attractive flower beds and herbaceous borders. The annexe has a woven willow fence around a small terrace. A rose entwined pergola leads to the garden sheds to the far end of the garden. There is a large lawned garden edged with further beds backs onto open fields and a further terrace to the far side of the house.
About the Area
Debach is situated in mid Suffolk, some 9 miles north east of the county town of Ipswich, 4.5 miles to the north of the market town of Woodbridge and 7.5 miles to the south west of Framlingham. Woodbridge has very good facilities for its size including a library, cinema, theatre, swimming pool and gym, community hall, medical facilities, restaurants as well as a railway station which is located close to the river Deben, the town's natural focal point. There are highly respected schools in the state and independent sectors catering for students of all ages and there are also good opportunities to play sport in the surrounding district where a number of clubs cater for a variety of interests. Golf is enjoyed on the inland courses as well as on the coast at Aldeburgh and Thorpeness while sailing takes place on the tidal river Deben, Alde and Orwell or at sea. The other local towns also offer extensive educational, recreational and shopping facilities. There is a direct train to London's Liverpool Street Station from Ipswich taking approximately 65 minutes. There is also a train service to London from Woodbridge station via Ipswich.
Heading north up the A12 having bypassed Woodbridge, go straight across at the Melton roundabout and take the next turning on the left signposted Bredfield. Continue straight through the village of Bredfield into Debach. Larksfield will be found on the left hand side just opposite the village sign, lay-by and bus shelter.
Mains water, electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating with a modern condensing boiler.
East Suffolk Council – Band F – £2,509.91 (2020/21).