About the property Set back on a large gravel drive Denmark House is a substantial Edwardian detached family home.
The property offers character features throughout with multi-function reception rooms and high ceilings.
Stepping through an original fan light arched entrance allows for access to the south facing study and first reception room, stairs to first floor along with the under stairs cupboard and washroom.
Continuing to a central dining room with an impressive pine mantel fireplace and connecting to the wonderful open plan kitchen and finally large boot room and utility area with sink and fitted units.
The spacious fitted kitchen has been thoughtfully laid out with immediate connecting pantry, housing the recently serviced boiler and further fitted storage.
Perfectly placed French doors open onto a sand stone patio at the rear of the property.
An adjoining door leads to an impressive sitting room which features vintage floorboards, a curved bay window and open fireplace.
A light and airy family room on the west side of the property connects to the ground floor bedroom and en suite comprising low level WC, sink and double shower enclosure.
A large focal window overlooks the staircase rising to the spacious first floor landing, leading to the tiled family bathroom, double bedrooms and master bedroom.
The master bedroom with views of the established rear garden has an original mantel fireplace, stunning wood floors and a large walk-in dressing area.
Outside To the front of the property is a gravel driveway providing ample off-road parking for several vehicles leading to a stand-alone double garage.
The rear garden offers seclusion and privacy with convenient french doors opening onto to a large sand stone patio from the elegant open plan kitchen, perfect for entertaining and family enjoyment.
About the area Holbrook, a desirable village situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Shotley peninsula, nestled between the river Stour and river Orwell and five miles south of the thriving town of Ipswich.
There is an excellent InterCity train service to London Liverpool Street from either Ipswich or Manningtree (55mins to London).
The village has many amenities including convenience stores, local butchers, two public houses, church, village hall and playing fields.
The area is served by a primary school, Holbrook Academy and the peninsula sports centre with two excellent private schools close by.
Within the immediate vicinity can be found Alton Water where a vast array of water sports such as sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding and cross country cycling are all possible.
Alton Water also hosts popular events such as the Great East Swim and annual Triathlon and charity runs.
Directions As you drive into Holbrook from Ipswich, turn right onto The Street towards the centre of the village.
Take the immediate right hand turn on the corner and continue down until you see Denmark House on the right-hand side.