A Grade II listed property in the heart of Framlingham is on the market at a guide price of £625,000. 

Fruer House is believed to have been built as a chapel in 1823. Following significant renovations, the property was used as a house. It is currently being used as an office, but planning permission has been granted for it to be used as a residential property once again. 

On the ground floor, there’s a reception hall and a stunning double-height reception room, which is about 32ft by 26ft, with a 20ft-high ceiling. 

This room includes sash windows, oak flooring, feature radiators and a wood-burning stove.  

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In one corner of the room is the kitchen, which has low-level wall units with an integrated dishwasher, electric range cooker with six-ring hob and extractor fan above, marble worktops and a stainless steel sink. The kitchen has exposed brick walls and a south-facing arched sash window. 

A rear hall leads to the bedroom/reception room, utility room, wet room with a shower, and a door to the exterior. 

Two sets of staircases from the main reception room, both with understairs cupboards, lead to the landing areas and bedrooms. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The main bedroom has arched sash windowsThe main bedroom has arched sash windows (Image: Rufus Owen)

One set leads to the principal bedroom, which has south-facing arched sash windows with blinds to the front of the property and an en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, WC and hand basin. 

The other leads to the two other double bedrooms and the family bathroom, which includes a bath, WC and wash basin. 

East Anglian Daily Times: There's a terrace to the front of the propertyThere's a terrace to the front of the property (Image: Rufus Owen)

Outside the front of the property, there is a south-facing paved terrace area which is enclosed by railings. A pathway around the building gives access for maintenance. To the rear of the property is a boiler house which contains the gas-fired boiler and water tank. 

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There is no dedicated parking but there is on-street parking and a public car park nearby.  

Fruer House is situated on Fore Street, in the centre of the bustling market town of Framlingham and a short walk to many independent shops and businesses and its famous castle. 

For more information, contact Clarke & Simpson. 

Fruer House, Framlingham 
Guide price: £625,000 
Clarke & Simpson, 01728 443978