Earl Soham, Suffolk


This lovely former chapel, built in 1859, was transformed by Nest into an outstanding five-bedroom home. It features a huge open plan living space on the first floor, with a high vaulted ceiling displaying the exposed original scissor beams. This opens out onto a fabulous roof terrace overlooking the water meadows beyond. Finished to a very high standard, this property makes a fabulous family home.


The property features five bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms, as well as a shower/cloak room and a separate family bathroom. On the ground floor is a further, peaceful living room space and a utility room. Running alongside the main building is the charming former Sunday School, which will provide ideal space for a home office or games room. To the east of the property lies a large garden that backs on to the recently created Earl Soham Jubilee Wood.
Building Excellence Award
Highly Commended Best Residential Conversion

LABC Award


The village of Earl Soham is considered one of the smartest and most desirable in Suffolk. It features a great pub, an award-winning butcher, it’s own brewery, a tennis club along with an excellent primary school. More comprehensive facilities are only three miles away in the historic town of Framlingham.
Earl Soham is fortunate to lie in the catchment area for Thomas Mills High School, one of the best state schools in the country. It’s recent Ofsted report defined it as ‘Outstanding’. Good private education is offered locally by Framlingham College and Brandeston Prep School.