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Bacchus Barn is situated in an idyllic, tranquil setting in rural Suffolk with wonderful open views of the countryside. As a conversion of an historic brick and flint threshing barn, it has been superbly extended to the fine country residence it is today, offering substantial accommodation and high quality fittings. The property comprises five bedrooms, two en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom, three delightful reception rooms, a comprehensive kitchen/breakfast room, a cloakroom and utility area. The large adjoining annexe/recreation wing, which includes a shower room, a kitchen and a bar room, opens out on to a south-facing sun terrace.
In all, private grounds extend to approximately 3.5 acres (subject to survey), incorporating an impressive yew tree maze created by a Chelsea Gold medallist, ponds, mature specimen trees and shrubs, a kitchen garden, a substantial outbuilding with scope for conversion, extensive parking / turning for vehicles and a double garage.
The property lies on the southern fringe of the village of Lawshall – seven miles from the fine Suffolk cathedral town of Bury St. Edmunds and nine miles, in the opposite direction, from the pretty market town of Sudbury – with commuter rail links to London Liverpool Street. The picturesque villages of Lavenham and Long Melford are both within six miles. The University City of Cambridge and Newmarket Racecourse are easily reached via the A14 east-west major road link, which is accessed at Bury St. Edmunds, and with the M11 providing a fast route to London. Reputable private and state schools, an eclectic range of high street and independent shops, and some of the country’s finest restaurants and leisure facilities can be found within a short drive. The surrounding undulating countryside is ideal for rambling, cycling and riding.