Superbly positioned country house with southerly views over the River StourLocationLittle Hall occupies one of the finest positions along the EastCoast, with uninterrupted views over the River Stour.
The house is set back off a quiet country lane and is focused to take full advantage of the panoramic views over the River Stour.
The house is a short way from the village of Stutton and Holbrook, which provides good local facilities, including primary and secondary schools, village shops, post office, doctors surgeries, pubs and church.
Ipswich, the county town of Suffolk, is approximately 7 miles to the north, with its much wider range of educational, recreational and commercial facilities.
Manningtree, 5 miles to the south west, offers regular InterCity trains to London's Liverpool Street Station.
DescriptionLittle Hall is built from brick under pitched tiled roofs with wide leaded light windows overlooking spectacular views across its gardens to the River Stour beyond.
The house is believed to date back to the Edwardian era and has been in the same ownership for over 23 years.
The house would benefit from a complete programme of modernisation.
There are some attractive features throughout the house including exposedfloor boards, leaded windows, open fireplaces and the kitchenhas an Aga and pine base and wall mounted units.
There is anintegral annexe in the house which has a separate entrance.
The house is approached off a private road with a long drivewhich leads to a wide parking sweep.
Beyond this is anextensive range of garaging and stores along with a formersquash court.
The formal gardens are to the front of the house with terracing and wide herbaceous borders.
There is a former grass tennis court and a former vegetable garden and orchardarea.
There are several fine trees in the garden including copper beach and cedar.
Square Footage: 4963 sq ftAcreage: 2.
5 AcresDirectionsFrom Manningtree on the A137, turn right by the Brantham Bullon the B1080.
Turn right off the B1080 before the village andfollow this lane until reaching a bend and proceed straight overwhere the entrance to the house will be seen a little further along on the right.