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Claydon

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Description

The Old Rectory
A significant Suffolk Grade II Old Rectory comprising a fine two storey country house dating back to the mid 16th Century with additional Victorian extensions, the accommodation has been converted to offices with fast broadband connection, kitchen and WC facilities, and generous car parking.
There is potential to restore the offices to create a large residential dwelling with attractive original features such as fireplaces, ornate ceilings and staircase complimented externally by the Garden Walls, Towers and Grotto which are also listed Grade II.
There are 23 designated car spaces.
The Gatehouse
The Gatehouse comprises a self-contained building at the entrance to the main site with 6 onsite car parking spaces.
Externally
There are attractive grounds surrounding this property with a number of important trees which are subject to TPO’s as follows: a Lime Tree at the existing entrance, 2x Beech on the drive to the walled garden (adjacent to the historic church), a Lebanese Cedar (main feature of the grounds), a Horse Chestnut in the back area near the new build, and 27 Limes adjacent to the wall at the rear on the Old Rectory.

Key Contacts

EWAN DODDS 600 X 600B&W

Ewan Dodds

Chief Executive Officer