The front door opens in to the Entrance Hall with brick flooring, stairs leading to the first floor and
Cellar and doors leading to the Dining Room and Drawing Room. This room has an exposed
ceiling timber, sash window and log burning stove. It’s a lovely escape from the hustle and bustle
of the rest of the building.
A door leads to the Side Hall with door leading to the outside and a door leading to a Cloakroom. It is from this hallway where the access point would be to the Cook House, if implementing the planning permission in situ.
The Dining Room has a wealth of exposed ceiling timbers, sash window to the front and an
impressive inglenook fireplace with inset log burning stove. Doors lead to the Study and Rear
Hallway, which in turn has stairs leading to the first floor and door leading to the Kitchen.
The Farmhouse Kitchen is fitted with a range of base units, solid wood work surfaces and quarry
tiled flooring. There is a four oven oil fired Aga, plumbing for dishwasher and doors providing
access to the Utility and Boot Rooms (with access to a further WC). French doors open to the rear
terrace which provides a useful over-flow for al fresco entertaining during the warmer months.
The first floor landing provides access to all rooms and has two staircases providing access to the
second floor accommodation.
The Master Bedroom is dual aspect and has an en-suite Bathroom, walk in wardrobe and provides
access to a vast eaves storage room. There are two further double bedrooms, a Study/Bedroom
and Bathroom on this floor.
The second floor provides two generously proportioned guest rooms. One has a lovely exposed
panelling and the other provides access to another superb eaves storage room.
The property is approached by a five bar gate opening to a gravel driveway, which leads to the Cart-lodge block and extends towards to the rear garden with large paved terrace adjoining the remainder of the garden which is laid to an expanse of lawn garden with mature trees and shrubs and provides views across neighbouring farmland.
From the driveway, there is a wrought iron gate which leads to the front garden. This is a good size and laid to lawn. There is a high mature hedgerow providing screening and a gate opening to the street scene.
The Cart-Lodge block comprises double bay parking and a workshop, with double timber doors, light and power connected. There is a door concealing a staircase leading to the first floor recreation space which measures in excess of 30 feet in length. This lends itself to making a superb Home Office which many are finding they now need as we work from home than ever before.
Great Bradley is a desirable rural West Suffolk village with a church and village hall and is surrounded by undulating Suffolk/Cambridgeshire countryside with local footpaths and bridleways making it ideal for horse riders and dog walkers. The nearby horseracing town of Newmarket offers a good range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, restaurants and leisure facilities, including health clubs, a swimming pool and golf club. Great Bradley is commutable to Cambridge with its burgeoning hi-tech industries, science parks and reputable schools. There is excellent access to the A14 and A11 (M11). Cambridge, Audley End and Whittlesford offer direct rail lines into London, with the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately 35 miles.