Abouttheproperty Champaignes Toft is a magnificent 18th Century barn conversion benefiting from versatile accommodation of some 5,200 square feet (approx.). The property is beautifully presented and is situated in the most delightful setting in around a 1-acre plot (sts) with fantastic country-side views. Double doors open into an entrance porch with further door opening into an inner hallway with exposed timbers and brick flooring. Double doors open into the reception hall with exposed brickwork and timbers and stairs rising to galleried landing. A stud partition separates the reception hall from the dining room which comprises a wealth of exposed timbers and double aspect windows with views to gardens and fields beyond. From the reception hall there is a door to the study and to the sitting room; a spacious room with fire-place housing Villager cast iron log burner. Double doors from the sitting room open into the 36'6 summer room with double doors leading onto the garden and double doors opening into the vaulted gymnasium/home office with cloackroom, sauna and wet room. The luxury fitted kitchen has a vast range of floor and wall mounted units to include aeg twin ovens, micromat combi, plate warmer, aeg induction hob, two integral fridges and integral dishwasher. The kitchen with a wealth of exposed timbers opens into a breakfast area with double doors opening on-to inner gardens and door to rear porch, plus door to utility room with integral fridge and freezer, and range of floor and wall mounted units. Further hallway leads to a cloakroom and storage cupboard, plus an ex-hallway with door to living room, kitchen/dining room, annexe bedroom and en-suite shower room. On the first floor, from the galleried landing doors lead to the master bedroom suite with range of built in ward-robes, a wealth of exposed timbers, triple aspect windows with fantastic views, plus en-suite shower room. Additionally, on the first floor there are two further bedrooms with a wealth of exposed timbers and excellent views, plus a spacious family bathroom.
Outside The barn is located on Hoggars Road, which is a quiet country lane and is set on a plot of one acre (sts) comprising woodland and large pond with terraced area. There are inner walled gardens offering a great degree of seclusion and privacy, with remainder of gardens laid to lawn. The front of the property consists of a gravelled driveway providing parking for several vehicles with detached double garage 19'8 X 19'1 with an attached log store 14'2 X 5'5. An external staircase leads to a studio over the garage 19'8 X 11'4. The property is located in a truly wonderful position with marvellous countryside views.
Aboutthearea Champaignes Toft is situated just outside the mid Suffolk village of Mendlesham which offers a range of local amenities including a parish church, a public house, fish and chip shop, post office/store and health centre. There is a good range of schooling opportunities available in the area including Mendlesham cps receiving a good Ofsted rating. The independent schools Framlingham College & Culford are approximately 16 miles and 23 miles away respectively.
The A140 lies is easily accessed from the property and the town of Stowmarket is just 5 miles to the south, with a direct rail service to London Liverpool Street from 75 minutes.
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