Tyrrels Barn, Low Road, IP20
- A stunning converted barn set in approximately an acre (sts)
- Red brick barn ready for further conversion attached
- Stunning Valley views
- A desirable, rural Village location
- Versatile, spacious family accommodation throughout
- A wide variety of outbuildings and large gated driveway
- Beautiful traditional features throughout
- Oil fired central heating
- Beautiful aged timbers and vaulted ceilings
- An enviable home with endless appeal
Upon entering the quaint walled courtyard, the wealth of character and history Tyrrels Barn has to offer is immediately apparent from the typical timber cladding and two storey windows to the traditional red brick façade. Leading into the kitchen/dining room, the enviable Valley views pour in through the large rear aspect window which equally allows the natural light to flood this room, highlighting the aged timber beams and characterful features. Fitted with a traditional farmhouse style range of cabinets, this room is beautifully open plan through the timber framework to the family room allowing for a modern spacious feel to this area. A large utility room and pantry leads to the rear of the kitchen, both essential features for country living. Leading from the family room you enter the vaulted hallway, a typical yet stunning feature most associated with barn conversions allowing an insight into the Architectural grandeur of the framework behind the construction and utilising the aged beams as a striking feature, beautifully highlighted from the floor to ceiling windows. A versatile room which could serve in a variety of different ways to suit, either as an additional reception room or simply as a memorable entrance hall. Two double ground floor bedrooms lead beyond here from the inner hallway, in addition to the ground floor shower room.
Leading from a galleried staircase within the entrance hall, the sitting room is another striking room full of period charm from the vaulted ceiling to more aged silvered beams. Enjoying arguably some of the best views from the property, the rear aspect window offers an elevated view over the gardens and valley beyond whilst the two side aspect windows quietly overlook the walled courtyard area. Leading from the second staircase in the hallway, you will find the third double bedroom complete with fitted wardrobes and the master suite. Boasting a spacious en-suite bath and shower room, the master bedroom is a serene retreat full of natural light from the side aspect window in addition to the skylight above.
Leading outside to the walled courtyard, the red brick wing of Tyrrels Barn presents a charming yet versatile opportunity to further make this home perfect to suit a variety of uses. Yet to be fully converted, this part of the property provides any potential buyer the option to create further accommodation to suit individual needs, perhaps as an annexe, further family accommodation or could possibly be internally opened through to main barn. The first floor and staircase has been constructed but this area does require renovation subject to planning.
Outside, the sweeping driveway allows parking for a number of vehicles and access to the wide variety of garaging and outbuildings, all part of the former barns estate. The gardens which approach approximately an acre (sts) beautifully reach around the property, framing the estate perfectly beyond the backdrop of the Valley beyond. A small stream can be found to the bottom of the garden providing a natural boundary between the grounds and the grazing meadows beyond, where Cows are often seen grazing in the mid-afternoon amidst the wealth of other local wildlife.
A stunning home within a picturesque location, offering a wealth of potential and a versatile layout all within a striking property.
Tyrrels Barn, Low Road, IP20
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Halesworth Station8.2 miles
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