Woodbridge Suffolk IP13 Stanway Green, Worlingworth

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  • 5 Bedroom detached
  • 4 Reception rooms
  • Garage and driveway parking
  • Grade II Listed
  • 10 acres of garden and grounds

A charming, beautifully presented listed 16th Century farmhouse set in 10 acres.

This charming Grade II Listed farmhouse is an excellent example of a traditional Suffolk farmhouse, situated in a most tranquil moated setting. It is timber framed with traditional rendered elevations and of note are the pargetted panels. The farmhouse is set under a steep pitched pantile roof with many restored timber mullioned windows providing a light and airy feeling throughout the interior.

Internally, this fine home shows off its beautifully refurbished light timber frame that combines the historical integrity with modern living. The ground floor has two sizable reception rooms, both with inglenook fireplaces and wood burners. Whilst from the hall is a cloakroom, and access to the kitchen breakfast room with bespoke fitted cabinetry and space for a kitchen table within the south facing bay window. There is also a utility and boot room, along with access to the adjoining garage, which subject to the necessary consents, could offer the potential to be incorporated into the house as additional accommodation.

On the first floor is a family bathroom and three double bedrooms, one has a walk-in wardrobe and a brick inglenook fireplace, and another has an ensuite bathroom. Whilst the second floor hosts two further impressive bedrooms that are fully vaulted and have magnificent views over the surrounding gardens and grounds.

History Formerly known as Boundary Farmhouse, the property is believed to date from the Late 16th Century with a 17th Century rear wing, and was almost entirely rebuilt in the mid-20th Century. In the 18th Century the farm was part of the Worlingworth Hall Estate, owned by the Henniker-Major family of Thornham Hall, who used the estate for weekend shooting parties.

Services: The farmhouse benefits from mains water and electricity supplies, septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating and hot water.

This property has 10.66 acres of land.


The house is approached over a gravel drive and parking area, surrounded by extensive areas of lawn, interspersed by mature broadleaf trees including a large Holm Oak. Beyond the moated garden are grass paddocks partly sheltered by a belt of mainly indigenous broadleaf trees including oak, wild cherry and sweet chestnut. There is also a greenhouse and wooden garden shed for equipment and log storage. An area of arable land that can be rehabilitated into paddocks, woodland or further gardens borders the grounds.


Ivy House Farm is situated in the hamlet of Stanway Green in rural Mid Suffolk - an area renowned for high quality farmland. The rural location is accessible, being close to the arterial A1120 which links the Coastline with the A14. The Heritage Coast lies to the East providing access to the popular seaside towns and villages. The village of Worlingworth is 2½ miles to the south and has a primary School and the recently re-opened Swan public house which also has a village shop. A wider range of educational, recreational and shopping facilities are available in Framlingham where there are excellent state and private schools - Thomas Mills High School and Framlingham College. Diss (13 miles) and Stowmarket (19¾ miles) both have main line train services to London (Liverpool Street) with journey times taking approximately 1 hour 40 minutes and 85 minutes respectively.

Worlingworth 2? miles, Framlingham 6 miles, Halesworth 13 miles, Woodbridge 17½ miles


(IP13 7NY) Please see the location plan at the end of the particulars.

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