A Grade II listed farmhouse in the hamlet of White Street Green, near Hadleigh, is up for sale at a guide price of £875,000. 

Green Farm, which overlooks the village green, was probably built in the 17th century with a later rear extension likely to have been added in the 19th century. 

The property includes many period features, such as exposed beams and studwork on both floors and brick flooring to much of the ground floor. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The sitting room includes a wealth of period featuresThe sitting room includes a wealth of period features (Image: Christopher Pope)

On the ground floor of the property, there’s an entrance hall which leads to a large sitting room with an inglenook fireplace.  

A door from the sitting room leads to the kitchen/breakfast room, which is housed in the single-storey part of the property. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The farmhouse kitchenThe farmhouse kitchen (Image: Christopher Pope)

The farmhouse kitchen, which has a vaulted ceiling, features wooden cupboards, an oil-fired AGA in a mock fireplace, twin butler sink and granite worktops. The kitchen also includes a four-ring hob and a dishwasher. 

The adjacent utility room offers additional cupboards and worktops, a water softener and plumbing for a washing machine. 

The sitting room also has an opening to an inner hall, which leads to an area that could be used by an older relative or a teenager.  

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Off the inner hall, there’s a snug and shower room. The snug leads to a downstairs bedroom with an en-suite cloakroom. 

On the first floor, there’s a spacious landing area, which leads to three bedrooms and the family bathroom. All three bedrooms have views over the village green. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The principal bedroomThe principal bedroom (Image: Christopher Pope)

The spacious principal bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom with oak flooring, roll-top bath and shower cubicle.  

Green Farm is situated on a corner plot, which has a part-walled front lawn to the front. 

To the west of the property, there’s a raised dining terrace, with steps leading down to a gravelled driveway and gated access to the road. 

The driveway leads to two detached double garages, one with a workshop. Both have power and light connected. 

Beyond the garages, there’s a grazing paddock of about an acre with post and tail fencing. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The grazing paddockThe grazing paddock (Image: Christopher Pope)

The farmhouse is set in White Street Green, a picturesque hamlet between the villages of Boxford and Polstead.

Boxford, which is about three miles away, offers shops, pubs and a primary school.

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Further facilities are available in Hadleigh and Sudbury, which are five and just over seven miles away respectively. 

For more information on the property, contact Chapman Stickels.  

Green Farm, White Street Green 
Guide price: £875,000 
Chapman Stickels, 01473 372372