4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

St Peter, South Elmham

Guide Price £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful Barn Conversion & One Bedroom Annexe
  • Immaculately Presented Throughout
  • Superb Rural Yet Accessible Location
  • Mature Gardens and Established Pond
  • Double Garage & Workshop
  • Generous Parking & Turning Area
  • Inspection By Viewing Is Essential

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Bungay - 3.9 miles
Norwich City - 19.6 miles
Southwold - 16.7 miles

An exceptional opportunity to purchase this stunning Barn Conversion set in just over a half of an acre (sts) of private established grounds. An attached Annex offers excellent additional accommodation whilst the Barn itself provides an exceptionally spacious family home which is superbly presented throughout. Outside the grounds surround the property and we find our two garages. Inspection by viewing is essential to fully appreciate the space and flexibility the property has to offer.

Accommodation comprises briefly:
Reception Hall
Sitting Room
Dining Hall
Study
Conservatory
Modern Family Kitchen
Utility Room & Lavatory
Master Bedroom & En-Suite Shower Room
Two Further Double Bedrooms
Family Bathroom
Attached One-Bedroom Annexe
Off Road Parking
Garage & Workshop

The Property
Pushing open the front door we are welcomed into Willowdykes Barn by the reception hall, from here doors open to our kitchen breakfast room and utility area whilst we step open plan into the dining hall. To our left we find the large utility room where a range of contemporary wall and base units provide storage and make space for our appliances. A large cloak cupboard provides the perfect space for our coats and boots and a door opens to the lavatory. Doors from here lead into the garage and out to our courtyard garden. On the opposite side of the hall we start the main accommodation and find our kitchen breakfast room. This generous room provides the perfect family space for working and informal entertaining. Three windows fill the space with natural light and a door opens to the main gardens. A modern range of timber wall and base units are set over contrasting slate effect flooring. A double oven is set below the five burner gas hob and a wine cooler is found integral to the units. Stepping back through the hall we enter the most impressive dining hall, this central room really is the hub of the home. A bespoke cast iron spiral stair case provides a stunning focal point to the room and leads to the first floor galleried landing. Timber beams line the room whilst timber effect flooring reflects the light from the picture window looking onto our courtyard garden. A door leads to the study whilst french doors open at one end to the sitting room and at the opposite end to our conservatory which which overlooks and in turn leads out to the main gardens. The study takes in the view of the pond and gardens, offering the perfect space to work from home, alternatively lending itself to being a playroom or second sitting room if required. The sitting room completes our ground floor accommodation and enjoys windows over looking both the main garden and courtyard. French doors open to the second conservatory providing an internal link to the annexe when needed. A stunning red brick fire place gives home to the multi fuel stove and offers a charming focal point to this superb family room. Climbing the stairs from the dining hall we step onto the first floor galleried landing. Doors from here open to all of the rooms and access leads into the vast eaves storage areas. At the rear of the landing we find our first two double bedrooms. Both rooms offer ample space for a double bed and the required furnishings. Windows overlook the grounds to their respective aspects and enjoy far reaching field views in the distance. Stepping across the landing we pass the family bathroom. A fitted white suite compliments the room and offers a bath, separate shower, wash basin and w/c. Completing the accommodation is the master bedroom suite. Vaulted ceilings complement this generous room whilst two windows fill the space with natural light. A door opens to the en-suite where we find a double width shower, wash basin and w/c.

Annexe
We enter the annexe independently via a door that welcomes us into the spacious kitchen dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a modern range of wall and base units set over a contrasting tiled effect floor. An integral oven and hob are found whilst a stainless steel sink is set into the granite effect work surfaces. A window over looks the rear aspect and fills the room with light whilst a door opens to our sitting room. This excellently proportioned room is complimented by timber flooring, a window looks to the rear aspect whilst french doors open the conservatory which provides a link to the main property and french doors that open to the walled courtyard garden. Back in the sitting room a door leads to our double bedroom which enjoys a view over the courtyard and boasts a large walk in storage cupboard housing the water heating system, a further door open to the en-suite where we find a contemporary fitted bathroom suite. The courtyard provides the annexe with its own private garden area yet access to the main grounds of the house is also available.

Outside
Entering the property via the five bar gate we are welcomed onto the vast brick weave drive which offers ample parking and leads to both our large garage and workshop. To our left an established garden area surrounds the 'dyke' and beyond enjoys uninterrupted field views. To the front of the property a gravel path leads past low lying flower bed to the front door whilst an iron gate opens to our main gardens. To the rear we pass the gated access to the courtyard and find our entrance to the Annexe. The main gardens enjoy a south easterly aspect and are fully enclosed by a range of mature hedges and trees. Doors lead from both the kitchen and the conservatory onto a gravel patio which in turn steps up to the lawn. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a range of established fruit giving trees in situ, a raised timber deck terrace provides the perfect seating area to the southern boundary whilst on the northern edge the lawn leads to the delightful stocked pond with a raised timber deck terrace set above. To the rear of the building we find a brick built log store adjacent to the entrance to the Annexe. The walled courtyard provides the Annexe with its own outside space if required, yet is accessible from the main property. Raised beds complement the space whilst an ornamental pond provides a focal point.

Location
The property occupies a peaceful, rural but not isolated position conveniently located close to the attractive Market Towns of Bungay, Halesworth & Harleston, all of which provide numerous shops, schools, and all other essential amenities which may be needed. The Cathedral City of Norwich lies approximately 20miles to the north with a mainline rail service to London Liverpool Street (approx 1hr 40mins) and an expanding airport on the north side of the city with international flights. Southwold and the unspoilt Suffolk coastline is within an easy driving distance.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.

Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Mains electricity
Mains Water
Private drainage
LPG gas fired central heating

EPC Rating: E

Local Authority
Waveney District Council
Tax Band: G
Postcode: NR35 1NH 

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Added on Rightmove:
15 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Brampton (5.0 mi)
  • Halesworth (5.6 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Brampton (5.0 mi)
  • Halesworth (5.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Musker McIntyre, Bungay

3 Earsham Street, Bungay, NR35 1AE

03339 873809 Local call rate

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