Marsh House in Stradishall is an imposing country house believed to date back to the 1930s.
It boasts a number of character features including brick open fireplaces, stripped wooden floorboards and solid wood panelled doors as well as offering light and spacious accommodation.
The reception hall has an attractive picture window, two built-in cupboards and stairs to the first floor. The double aspect dining room and drawing room enjoy views over the garden, and have open brick fireplaces, picture rails and glazed door to the terrace from the drawing room.
The family room has two windows to the front, a range of fitted bookshelves with storage cupboards below and recessed ceiling downlights. The open plan kitchen/breakfast room has ash base and eye level units, granite worktops with upstands, a central island with cupboards, wine rack, four ring Neff hob with stainless steel extractor hood above, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, integrated appliances including double oven and dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, ceramic tiled floor, recessed ceiling downlights and French doors to terrace.
There is a utility room with a double stainless steelsink, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, access to the roof space and part glazed door to the outside. The study is located off the utility room with a window to the rear, wood effect floor and door to the garage. The cloakroom is located off the reception hall.
The galleried landing has a built-in airing cupboard and access to the roof space. The generously sized master bedroom has a window seat enjoying views over the garden, range of built-in wardrobes, drawers and dressing table and en-suite shower room.
There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom family.
The house is approached over a long sweeping gated gravel driveway providing parking and turning for multiple cars and access to the garage and garden.
The single garage/games room has a pair of double doors to the front, power,light and door to the study.
The private grounds enjoy views over surrounding farmland and surround the house while being secluded by adjoining mature woodland and divided into two distinct areas with mature hedges and trees.
At the rear of the property is a large York stone terrace, with steps leading down to the lawn and beyond the formal garden are the equestrian facilities with a post and rail fenced paddock with separate gated driveway giving horsebox access to the three stables and a tack room.