A Victorian farmhouse in St Nicholas South Elmham, near Bungay, is up for sale at a guide price of £825,000. 

Beech Farm was built in 1843 and was originally part of the Flixton Hall Estate. 

While the property retains many of the original features, such as exposed timbers, it is well presented and ready to move into straight away. 

Stepping into the property, the entrance porch, which has Victorian-style geometric diamond pattern tile flooring, leads to the hallway, where stairs lead to the first floor. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The dining roomThe dining room (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

To the left of the hallway, there’s a dual-aspect dining room, which features oak flooring, an arched brick fireplace with a cast iron wood-burning stove, and a storage cupboard.

To the right of the hallway is the dual-aspect sitting room, with brick fireplace with timber surround and cast iron wood-burning stove, and a glazed display cupboard. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The sitting room, which leads to the kitchen/breakfast roomThe sitting room, which leads to the kitchen/breakfast room (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

A doorway leads to the open-plan kitchen/breakfast room, which features Shaker-style wall, base and island units, polished granite worktops and a Belfast sink. There are several integrated appliances, including a two-oven classic cream AGA, a fan-assisted oven with four-ring hob and extractor hood, and a dishwasher. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The Shaker-style kitchenThe Shaker-style kitchen (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

To one side of the kitchen is a rear lobby with a door to the garden and another to the utility room, which includes fitted units, quarry tile flooring, a fitted water softener and space and plumbing for a washing machine. 

To the other side of the kitchen, there is a glazed side porch with access to a WC. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The Amdega conservatoryThe Amdega conservatory (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

Glazed doors from the kitchen/breakfast room lead to the Amdega conservatory, which boasts underfloor heating and doors to the rear garden. 

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Upstairs on the first floor, there’s a landing area with doors to the master suite, bedroom two and a family bathroom.  

East Anglian Daily Times: The master suite includes a dressing roomThe master suite includes a dressing room (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

The spacious master bedroom features exposed roof timbers, polished oak flooring and windows to the side and rear aspect with far-reaching views of open countryside. 

The dressing room, which could be used as a bedroom, includes a walk-in wardrobe, cast iron fireplace and airing cupboard. The en-suite shower room includes a shower, toilet, bidet, basin, ceramic tiled flooring and heated towel rail. 

East Anglian Daily Times: One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

Bedroom two is a dual-aspect room, which has exposed timbers.  

The family bathroom includes a bath, shower, toilet and basin. 

On the second floor, there are two further bedrooms and a shower room with a corner shower unit, toilet and basin. 

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Outside, the property is accessed via a five-bar timber gate which opens onto a wide gravel driveway, flanked by lawn with fruit trees.  

The driveway leads to a detached garage, which has power and light, with external stairs leading to a first-floor office/studio. 

East Anglian Daily Times: To the rear of the property there's a large patio areaTo the rear of the property there's a large patio area (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

To the rear of the property, the garden is mainly lawn, with mature trees and shrubs and views of the countryside. There’s a large paved area adjacent to the house, which is the ideal place to entertain guests in the summer. 

East Anglian Daily Times: There's a large area of lawn and views of the countrysideThere's a large area of lawn and views of the countryside (Image: Bethany Ellen Photography)

Beech Farm is in a quiet rural spot in the Saints, which has a network of footpaths nearby and is ideal for keen walkers.

For amenities, the market towns of Bungay, Halesworth and Harleston are all about six miles away.  

For more information, contact Durrants. 

Beech Farm, St Nicholas South Elmham 
Guide price: £825,000 
Durrants, 01986 872553