- Equestrian property set in 6.5 acres (stm)
- Six stables & feed room
- Suffolk Barn with potential to convert (stp)
- Large brick built tack room
- Secure agricultural barn/garage 35ft x 35ft and 13.46ft high
- 20M X 40M san and rubber manège
- Modernised detached three-bedroom house
- Direct access to off-road hacking
- Situated on the edge of a desirable village surrounded by open farm land
Lodge Farm is a professionally designed equestrian property set in 6.5 acres (stm).
The property is fully enclosed with mature hedging/tree supposed by 'Tornado' horse fencing. The paddocks are divided by 'Fieldguard' mains-powered electric fencing. Water is available to all fields. There is direct access onto a byway leading to a network of off-road riding.
Outbuildings consist of five timber stables, feed room, Suffolk Barn incorporating the sixth stable, large alarmed brick-built tack room and an agricultural barn/garage. Buildings have power & light and water.
The professionally installed manege measures 40m x 20m with sand and rubber surface.
The detached house offers on the ground floor a hallway, two main reception rooms, kitchen/diner, playroom/office, utility room, rear lobby, cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. First floor offers a landing with views over paddocks, two large double bedrooms, single bedroom currently used as a study and a family bathroom. The property was modernised in 2012 with new windows, doors, electrical wiring, plumbing and central heating included bunded oil tank. A sewerage treatment plant was also installed. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a south facing patio.
LOCATION Rumburgh is a popular village with a well known public house, The Buck. It is well positioned for Halesworth, Beccles and the Heritage Coast.
Rumburgh is only 4 miles from the market town of Halesworth and 9 miles south of Beccles.
The north Suffolk market town of Halesworth is a pretty town with a wide range of independent shops mainly situated along a pedestrianised Thoroughfare and Market Place. There is a weekly market on Wednesdays. The town has a primary school, library, railway station and excellent bus links to other local towns. Norwich the county city of Norfolk is located approximately 24 miles north, Ipswich the county town of Suffolk is 31 miles south and the popular regency resort of Southwold is only 9 miles to the east. A similar distance away is the heritage coastline and the nature reserves of Minsmere and Dunwich. Halesworth has so much to offer from the Halesworth Arts Festival and numerous other events at The Cut arts centre, the annual Ink Festival which encourages aspiring writers, the Latitude Music Festival at Henham.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity are connected. Heating is provided for by way of oil fired central heating, the boiler was installed in 2010 and last serviced December 2022. The multi fuel stove was installed in December 2018. Sewage is via a private treatment plant which was new in 2012, installed by Binder and has been maintained regularly. (Full service history available). (Durrants has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify they are in working order).
LOCAL AUTHORITY East Suffolk Council - Tax band E
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agent's Halesworth office. Please call 01986 872 553.
DURRANTS BUILDING CONSULTANCY Our Building Consultancy Team will be happy to provide advice to prospective buyers on planning applications, architectural design, building regulations, and project management - please contact the team directly.
VENDORS NOTES Property and outbuildings have been completely re wired in 2012. All new uPVC windows and doors added in 2012. The kitchen has a heat detector, entrance hall has a smoke detector and the landing has a smoke detector. In 2012 the property has been completely replumbed throughout, including water to fields. All lighting inside and outside are LED. Newly installed bunded oil tank added in 2012.