Wilby, Suffolk


This group of four cottages include two renovated victorian farm worker’s cottages and two contemporary four bedroom detached new homes that mark a successful take on their Victorian neighbours. Built to the highest standards in matching red handmade bricks with traditional pointing they represent the finest qualities that we have all come to love from traditional Victorian cottages effortlessly blended with the most desirable of contemporary living requirements – an abundance of natural daylight, open plan living space, high ceilings and low running costs.

New Home Features Include:
• Kitchen/diner with large picture window overlooking secluded garden
• Living rooms featuring woodburning stoves
• Master bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms
• Three further well proportioned bedrooms
• Utility rooms
• Downstairs toilets
• Family bathrooms
• Attractive gardens to the front and rear
• Private parking spaces for two cars, each
• Air Source Heat Pumps providing economical and environmentally responsible heating
• Hand built kitchen units
• Bosch electrical appliances
• Oak flooring & underfloor heating throughout the ground floor
• Woodburning stoves set on a plinth of handmade local pamments and framed by reclaimed oak beams
• Elegant, quality bathroom and shower fittings
• Double Glazing throughout
• EPC – B


The houses overlook Wilby’s delightful Grade 1 listed church, in the heart of this charming village set in rural Suffolk. The village boasts a well regarded primary school with an “Outstanding” Ofsted report. More comprehensive facilities are to be found a few miles to the south in the historic town of Framlingham. The Times recently included Framlingham in it’s list of “10 Best Places To Live In The UK For Families”.
Ten miles to the North West lies the market town of Diss, with a mainline train route into London Liverpool St. Wilby is two miles from Laxfield, now considered one of the most desirable villages in Suffolk. It is a magnet for local artists and boasts a fabulous pub, The King’s Head, recently voted as Adnams ‘Pub of The Year’.