The site comprises of three large detached two storey dwellings each with double garages. One of the dwellings, built in a barn style is full of character incorporating the renovated base of an old windmill.
Worlingworth lies between the historic towns of Eye and Framlingham in the heart of Suffolk. The village benefits from a Primary School, Parish Church and Community Centre.
The local High School is at Stradbroke with nearby Hartismere (Eye) and Thomas Mills (Framlingham) both with Sixth Forms.
Nearby village Horham has a Village Stores and Post Office, along with all other main facilities available locally at Stradbroke, Debenham, Framlingham and Eye.
Access to the surrounding area is easy with road links to the A12, A14 and A140 allowing commuting to the principal towns in the region. The county town of Ipswich lies about 18 miles to the south from where there are Inter-City rail services to London’s Liverpool Street station taking just over the hour.
The popular Heritage Coast including Southwold, Thorpeness, Aldeburgh and Orford are all within easy reach.