Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 167 Bedfords Review | Issue Four Property Four of the best on the market NOTABLE FEATURES Horsey heaven Gull Farm is an outstanding property offering a spacious and comfortable family home; a wide variety of equestrian and storage buildings; well-maintained gardens and excellent paddock land, all set in open countryside within a mile of the centre of the popular village of Grundisburgh. Notable for: Excellent equestrian features, 14 acres Location: Grundisburgh, Suffolk | Guide: £1.2m Woodbridge 01394 779 444 (Ref: WDB160214 ) Royal residence Convenient for Norwich, this grand property is on the site of a former house where Queen Elizabeth I lived as a child. Steeped in history, the current Grade II Listed country house is situated in an exceptional moated setting surrounded by 5 acres (STS) and has been beautifully restored. Notable for: Superb Aga kitchen Location: Shelton, Norfolk | Guide: £1.15m Aldeburgh 01728 454 505 (Ref: ALD160092 ) Ideal for North Norfolk sailors A stylish and imaginatively-designed coastal retreat with panoramic sea and marsh views from the first-floor living space. Sitting area, dining area and kitchen, all with coastal views, 3 beds and 3 baths. Good-sized gardens, parking and private access to Morston Quay. Notable for: Private track giving access onto Morston Quay Location: Morston, Norfolk | Guide: £895,000 Burnham Market 01328 730 500 (Ref: BUR160194) Edge of Euston Estate Victorian rectory on the edge of the Duke of Grafton’s Estate, overlooking paddocks and the church. The owners have built an owl box in the trees in their meadow, home to 3 owlets. They have also placed garden forks in the ground, as perches for the birds of prey. Notable for: Its incredible peaceful setting Location: Sapiston, Suffolk | Guide: £1.25m Bury St Edmunds 01284 769 999 (Ref: BSE160363)