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4 bedroom house for sale

Willow Barn, Clock house Road, Little Burstead

Sold STC £950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb barn conversion
  • Immaculate & quality interior
  • 3 double bedrooms with vaulted ceilings
  • Open plan living + 3 more reception rooms
  • Family bathroom, en-suite shower and dressing area to master bedroom
  • Farmyard setting with direct views over horse paddock
  • Livery & stabling available if required
  • Sought after village, convenient location
  • Large rear garden
  • Convenient for Billericay, Shenfield, A127 & M25

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This is a 1st class barn conversion commissioned by the vendor and constructed by GI Hutton barn specialists in 2015, the result and completed project is superb and this is a home to be truly enjoyed. The barn is spacious and immaculate with a contemporary finish, its situated in a peaceful farmyard setting with livery and stabling available and overlooks horse paddocks to the front and its garden to the rear. Internally there is a sizeable part vaulted central chamber and either side are the aisles which have been converted to additional reception rooms, the kitchen, utility room and a cloakroom. On the 1st floor are 3 double bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, a dressing room and 2 bathrooms, all accessed from a galleried landing. One of the reception rooms on the ground floor could comfortably be used as a 4th bedroom, and there is scope for an annexe if required. The barn is situated in the very sought after semi rural village of Little Burstead, a short walk from The Dukes Head PH and close to Billericay, Shenfield, the A127, as well as Ford Dunton. Converted barns are rarely available in the south of the county and this is a unique low maintenance example and a lifestyle home, which must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated.

Accommodation comprises:
Solid oak front door opening to the open plan living & dining space which forms the centre chamber of the barn.

Living / Dining Room 9.20m (30' 2") x 7.06m (23' 2") > 4.35m (14' 3")
This spacious open plan reception area is flooded with natural light from the full height glass panes that surround the front door and the bi-fold doors to the rear of the barn. There is a solid oak floor running throughout and there are zoned areas for seating and dining. There is a part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and views over the garden and fields with horses beyond. There is a contemporary oak staircase with a glass baluster rising to the 1st floor. A floor to ceiling chimney breast has a cast iron wood burner with a heavy oak bressumer above. This is a very comfortable space for the family and ideal for entertaining. The bi-fold doors provide access to the terrace and the rear garden. Underfloor heating.

Sitting Room / Playroom 5.29m (17' 4") x 3.71m (12' 2")
This is a double aspect room with views over the gardens and the grazing paddock. There is a continuation of the oak floor running throughout. Underfloor heating.

Study / Bedroom Four 2.96m (9' 9") x 2.42m (7' 11")
With a window to the rear aspect providing views over the gardens. An oak floor runs throughout, exposed timbers and a part vaulted ceiling.

Gym / Music Room 3.06m (10' 0") x 2.42m (7' 11")
There are French doors leading out to the terrace and garden and an oak floor runs throughout. Exposed timbers and a part vaulted ceiling. Underfloor heating.

Kitchen 7.26m (23' 10") x 3.90m (12' 10")
A superb space for cooking and entertaining, this dramatic room is the hub of the house and is double aspect, it has a full vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses in oak. Windows and French doors overlook the gardens and the surrounding paddocks. This is a quality and bespoke installation by Neptune kitchen with soft close units at base level, complemented by granite work surfaces. There is a twin Belfast sink with a swans neck mixer tap above. A Redfyre aga range cooker has a double ceramic hob and a double oven, further appliances include a dishwasher, a freezer and fridge. There is a large central working island and a breakfast bar provides informal seating, a flagstone floor runs throughout. There is ample space for a set of sofas or a breakfasting table, and underfloor heating.

Utility Room 2.45m (8' 0") x 2.08m (6' 10")
A continuation of the flagstone floor runs throughout this room. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer. Kinetico water softener, space for an upright fridge freezer. Hatch to the loft. A part glazed door leads to the terrace. Underfloor heating. Door opening to cloakroom.

With a white suite comprising of a low level wc, a contemporary bowl basin with a swans neck mixer tap, set upon an attractive storage unit. The flagstone floor continues throughout. An obscure window to the front aspect provides natural light. A built in cupboard provides storage. Underfloor heating

First Floor Galleried Landing
With a vaulted ceiling, exposed oak beams and timber work. There are views over the neighbouring paddock . Radiator.

Bedroom One 3.70m (12' 2") x 3.07m (10' 1")
A double aspect master bedroom with a picture window to front aspect overlooking the paddock and Heritage Velux window to the rear aspect. Radiator. A vaulted ceiling has exposed timbers. Archway to dressing room.

Dressing area 2.12m (6' 11") x 1.70m (5' 7")
Space for wardrobes. Door opening to en suite shower room.

En Suite Shower Room
This is a quality installation in white comprising of a low level wc, a contemporary bowl basin with a swans neck mixer tap and a tiled splash back, set upon a storage unit. There is a large shower tray which is fully tiled with a drencher head and chrome mixer taps. Hospital style radiator unit. Ceramic tiled floor, Heritage Velux window.

Bedroom Two 4.35m (14' 3") x 3.20m (10' 6")
This is a treble aspect bedroom with a window to the front aspect overlooking the neighbouring paddock, a high, frosted window to the side and a Heritage Velux window to the rear aspect. There are exposed beams, timberwork and a vaulted ceiling. Radiator.

Bedroom Three 3.15m (10' 4") x 2.66m (8' 9")
A beautiful bedroom, there is an expansive wall of paned glass providing much natural light, a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, and a radiator.

Family Bathroom
Of good proportions, this is a quality installation. There is a vaulted ceiling with a Heritage Velux window and exposed timbers. There is a double ended & skirted Bateau bath with wall mounted chrome mixer taps, a fully tiled corner shower cubicle has chrome fittings and a drencher head above. A bowl basin has a mixer tap above and a storage unit below. There is a low level wc and a ceramic tiled floor. Chrome hospital style radiator. Extractor fan.

Front Garden
Low maintenance and set aside for vehicles. Shingled parking for three vehicles and a picket fence denotes the boundary with a flagstone pathway. Across the driveway is the fenced grazing paddock.

Rear Garden
The rear garden is 90 feet wide and 67 feet deep and surrounded by fenced borders, this is a sizeable low maintenance lawned garden with two terraces and a timber shed.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 October 2017


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