A modern farmhouse with 53 acres of land and far reaching views over the Stour Valley and Dedham Vale is on the market for more than £2million.

Located in Bures, Highfield Farms consists of three lots: the farmhouse, the agricultural land, and the Highfield Farm barns. 

The farmhouse was built in the mid 1980s and is surrounded by a large garden overlooking the 10 acre paddock. 

The canopied front entrance door leads into a spacious hallway off which is the large sitting room, dining room with serving hatch to the kitchen, a large fitted study and a cloakroom. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The home has a sitting room and a snugThe home has a sitting room and a snug (Image: Fenn Wright)

Double doors in the kitchen lead into the double-glazed conservatory which overlooks the garden, and there is access to the snug and utility room. 

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On the first floor, there are five bedrooms: the principal bedroom with an ensuite, a large secondary bedroom, a second ensuite bedroom and two further bedrooms in the east of the house. 

Outside the garden surrounds the property and has a large store shed, a garden cloakroom, and a rose and clematis clad pergola.

East Anglian Daily Times: The kitchen leads into the conservatory which overlooks the gardenThe kitchen leads into the conservatory which overlooks the garden (Image: Fenn Wright)

The second lot included in the purchase is the agricultural land which lies east of Highfield House and is accessed from Dead Lane. 

The land is divided into two large fields extending almost 40 acres. 

There is a southern field next to Nayland End Wood and a northern field next to Arger Fen and Spouses Vale Nature Reserve. 

East Anglian Daily Times: There are five bedrooms in the farmhouseThere are five bedrooms in the farmhouse (Image: Fenn Wright)

In recent years the land has been managed to provide hay but may be suitable for arable conversion subject to DEFRA screening requirements. 

Finally, the property also included Highfield Farm barns, which are approached by an independent access which leads off the private access road. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The garden has opened regularly in aid of charityThe garden has opened regularly in aid of charity (Image: Fenn Wright)

The buildings benefit from consent under a prior approval for a four bedroom residential conversion including partial demolition. 

Mains, water and electricity are connected to the property with oil fired central heating and private draining. 

The property can be purchased as a whole or as three separate lots. 

Estate agent Fenn Wright has listed the property at an asking price of £2.1m.