See inside an historic townhouse in the heart of Woodbridge – as it goes on sale for £1.5million
PUBLISHED: 19:00 27 April 2019
A beautiful central Woodbridge manor house featuring timber framing which dates back to 1520 has been put on the market.
Located in the heart of Woodbridge on and just steps away from the towns amenities is a beautiful Grade II listed building full of character and history.
With a delightful south facing garden, the property, which is found in Cumberland Street, is understood to date back to the early 16th century and was likely to have been built for a wealthy merchant as a pair of shops – shown by its original timber framing.
The house, which offers more than 3,700 square feet of space, is well-laid out and features handsome elevations.
On the ground floor the property includes a panelled drawing room, a centrally located dining room, and a spacious study and comfortable sitting room.
The kitchen links onto an impressive Amdega conservatory, which opens up to the garden and also has access to the drawing room.
On the first and second floors there are a total of six bedrooms, three bathrooms, an attic landing and a loft. Two of the bedrooms are accessed independently by a second staircase, making it the ideal house for entertaining guests.
Outside the property is just as beautiful – with twin gates accessing the brick paved driveway, which leads onto a garage with a workshop and an impressive array of gardens.
Within easy walking distance of the Thoroughfare and train station, this property is a real gem in thriving Woodbridge.
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