A Grade II listed property set in 9.7 acres of land in Gosbeck, near Needham Market, is up for sale at a guide price of £1.25 million. 

Selling agents Clarke and Simpson say that Blosses offers “spacious accommodation” and is set in “an outstanding, stand-alone position”. 

The property, which is in a rural setting, is mainly of timber-frame construction with rendered and brick elevations under a peg-tiled roof to the front and pan-tiled roof to the rear. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The drawing roomThe drawing room (Image: Rufus Owen/Clarke & Simpson)

Inside, there are many period features, such as exposed timbers and brickwork, blocked mullion windows and brick and tiled fireplaces. 

The ground floor of the house includes a good-sized reception hall, which leads to plenty of living space including a sitting room, dining room and drawing room. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The part-vaulted kitchenThe part-vaulted kitchen (Image: Rufus Owen/Clarke & Simpson)

A rear hall leads to the part-vaulted, fitted kitchen with wood-burning stove and shelved pantry, shower room with WC and a separate WC, and a utility room. The utility room leads to the boot room, and study beyond. 

On the first floor, there’s a landing area with doors to four double bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

The principal bedroom is sub-divided by open studwork to a dressing room with fitted wardrobes. Two further bedrooms also feature fitted wardrobes. 

Both bathrooms comprise a bath, WC and wash basin. One has a built-in cupboard. 

Stairs from the first-floor landing lead to a fifth double bedroom, which has a door to the loft space. 

East Anglian Daily Times: There's a shingle driveway to the front and rear of the propertyThere's a shingle driveway to the front and rear of the property (Image: Rufus Owen/Clarke & Simpson)

Outside, Blosses is set in a rural position at the end of a track that serves the property and adjacent farmland. 

The 500-metre track leads to the property, with a five-bar gate leading to a shingle drive and parking area to the front and rear. 

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To the rear of the house, there are some outbuildings including a brick-built garage, which has been divided into two sections, and a brick store. 

Blosses stands in mature, formal gardens, which are mainly lawn and enclosed by fencing, hedges and mature trees.  

East Anglian Daily Times: Blosses is set in a rural location in 9.7 acres of landBlosses is set in a rural location in 9.7 acres of land (Image: Rufus Owen/Clarke & Simpson)

Beyond the formal gardens, there are two ponds, copses and a meadow. A public footpath runs through the meadow. 

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Blosses is situated in Gosbeck, which is six miles from Needham Market, 7.5 miles from Ipswich and just under 10 miles from Stowmarket, all of which have train stations with rail services to London Liverpool Street. 

For more information, contact Clarke and Simpson. 

Blosses, Gosbeck 
Guide price: £1.25 million 
Clarke and Simpson, 01728 724200