A beloved medieval building, former manor house and sensitively converted pair of cottages make up The Field's pick of East Anglia properties for sale now
The Field’s pick of the best East Anglia properties on the market now offer charm and character aplenty. A beloved building in Lavenham, famed as England’s best preserved medieval village, presents a unique opportunity. And we select a pair of cottages, sensitively converted into one picturesque, period property, and a Grade II*-listed manor house dating from the 16th century.
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THREE CHARMING EAST ANGLIA PROPERTIES FOR SALE NOW
The Field’s pick of the best East Anglia properties for sale now have fascinating histories and charming period features.
A Grade II*-listed manor house near Ipswich with seven bedrooms and 33 acres of gardens and meadow grounds. There are three wood-beamed reception rooms, two conservatories and two kitchens, plus a cinema room, swimming pool, tennis court and stables.
Tel: 01473 218218
Guide price: £2.5m
THE CROOKED HOUSE
This Grade II-listed property in the medieval village of Lavenham is believed to date back to 1395 and was originally constructed as part of Medieval Hall House. It has two bedrooms and is currently run as a tearoom with the residential accommodation on the first floor.
Agent: Carter Jonas
Tel: 01787 882881
Guide price: £525,000
Dating from the 18th century, the cottage is brick and flint under a pantile roof. Originally a pair of cottages, the four-bedroom property has been extended and renovations include oak flooring. There are exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces. It backs onto woodland.
Tel: 01603 229229
Guide price: £625,000