2 bedroom barn conversion for saleHoxne, Suffolk
Withdrawn from Market £395,000
- No onward chain
- Popular village
- Tucked away but central location
- Potential! Potential! Potential!
- Lovely meadows to rear
Location Bridge Farm is situated in the popular village of Hoxne, considered to be one of the most picturesque along the Waveney Valley. The village is renowned for its special community spirit which supports a primary school, post office and general stores, fine church and village hall and many clubs and organisations all of which thrive.
This vibrant village is located amid some of north Suffolk's most attractive countryside and yet is a mere ten minutes' drive from the bustling market town of Diss which provides a range of national and local shopping and, of course, a mainline rail station with regular trains to London Liverpool Street (approximately 90 minutes). Easy access (5 minutes) to the A140 links you directly to Norwich and Ipswich, the A14 and the motorway networks beyond. The Heritage Coastline of Aldeburgh and Southwold is within a 40 minute drive.
The Property Bridge Farm is an interesting property offering plenty of scope for those looking for a complete renovation project. The cottage was converted from an existing barn in the 1980s and is now in need of updating and the outbuildings are in need of some repair; therefore this is a not a project for the faint hearted. The buildings are clustered together in the northern corner of the plot and are within a short walk of the shop and The Swan public house. The gardens to the cottage are well established and include a number of sheds and outbuildings and to the rear of the garden is a field gate which gives access to the meadow beyond. There is a further field gate from the lane into meadow.
Outside The property is approached from Low Street through double gates which open into a courtyard. To one side lies a timber frame building comprising store rooms, a studio and a garage. Opposite lies the cottage which backs onto the lane from Low Street and beyond lies a derelict brick barn and workshop. There are various greenhouses and sheds in the vicinity. Overall the property is set in 3.49 acres (1.141 ha).
Agent´s Note There is a public footpath through a small section of woodland at the most southerly part of the property but this has been informally re-routed around the periphery of the woodland.
Services Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Mains drainage. Electric heating. Please note that the services/appliances/central heating and heating system/plumbing and electrical installations have not been tested by the selling agents and the purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the condition and warranty of these items.
Directions From Diss head towards Stradbroke on the B1118 and turn off this road into the village of Hoxne. Continue down the hill and turn left immediately opposite the pub into Low Street. Bridge Farm will be found a short way along on the right hand side. Please note that the lane from Low Street is a no through road and is used by walkers and horse riders.
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