A substantial, Listed Grade II former Rectory, providing a fantastic business opportunity or conversion to family home (s.t.p) and a timber framed barn with permission for residential conversion all set in approaching 9 acres (s.t.s). Eight Bedrooms Four Reception Rooms Five Bathrooms Staff/Granny Flat Garage, Office, Store Room, Parking Gardens and grounds of just under 1.90 acres (s.t.s) Suffolk Barn with residential planning permission available separately Additional land available by separate negotiation Creeting House is a wonderful Grade II Listed former Rectory presenting brick and flint elevations under a plain tiled, gable ended, steeply pitched roofline. The property is a great example of high Victorian gothic architecture dating back to 1861. The versatile accommodation is predominantly arranged over two floors. Of particular note are the formal reception rooms providing wonderful ceiling heights and views over the rear garden and the drawing room which has a Jacobean style carved wooden chimney piece. Also of note is the Aga kitchen/breakfast room with views over the front and a range of wall and base units. The attractive gabled porch is of pretty knap flint brickwork with the date of 1863 together with a Latin inscription and provides access to the wonderful large entrance hall (35ft 9 x 13ft 2) with an open fire inserted in the red brick chimney breast. This room also has a mosaic style tiled floor. The ground floor also comprises study, utility room, caterer’s kitchen and two WCs. Two independent staircases lead down to the cellars, one of which has a barrel vaulted ceiling. This cellar provides the opportunity for further accommodation or possibly a cinema room, subject to the necessary consents required. The main staircase gives access to the landing where there are five bedrooms, all en-suite. The second staircase leads to the east wing. The first floor of the east wing comprises a staff /granny flat which includes a bedroom, athroom, kitchen and sitting room with log burner stove. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, a bathroom and an attic store room. The property currently has a four star silver rating for quality in tourism from ‘Visit Britain’, the official tourism website of Great Britain. The house can currently be rented for Bed and Breakfast, hospitability functions such as meetings, weddings, location shoots and family gatherings, although it would lend itself to being converted back to a wonderful family home, subject to any necessary consents. Further history of the house can be found on the website www.creetinghouse.co.uk There is also land adjoining the gardens amounting to 7.5 acres (s.t.s) and a Suffolk Barn with full planning and listed building permission for a four bedroom house and garden. Contact agent for details. Creeting House is approached over a gravel driveway. The front and side of the property provide ample parking for many cars and on the eastern boundary there is a large vegetable patch. At the front there is a large expanse of lawn with a range of mature trees and shrubs. The more formal gardens can be found at the rear of the property where there is a fantastic area of garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with a range of wonderful specimen trees, leading down to a large pond. At the front there is a small garage/brick outbuilding and an outside converted home office and store room with power and light connected. Additional land may be available via separate negotiation.