5 bedroom barn conversion for saleNorth Norfolk Village NR28
Guide Price £750,000
- Approaching 4,000 sq ft
- Five bedrooms
- Five reception rooms
- Kitchen breakfast room
- Detached four bay cart lodge
- Various outbuildings
- Field views
An exceptional detached barn conversion dating from the 19th Century, finished to an extremely high standard throughout, situated in a pretty North Norfolk village.
Much of the original character remains throughout such as exposed timbers, flint work, brick work and fireplaces. Generously proportioned accommodation comprises reception hall, cloak room, study, kitchen dining room with bespoke handmade kitchen units and AGA, utility room, laundry room, drawing room and fully vaulted sitting room with a wonderful inglenook fireplace.
The west wing provides four double bedrooms, the principle bedroom and guest bedroom with en suites and a family bathroom.
Further accommodation includes a family room, music room and and library.
Outside, the property is approached via a long sweeping gravel driveway which leads to a parking area, shingle courtyard, detached four bay cart lodge and various outbuildings. Landscaped grounds extend to approximately 1.5 acres with fine countryside views.
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