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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Church View Barns, Lower Street, Salhouse, NR13 6RW

Withdrawn from Market £850,000

Property Description

Key features

  • SELF-CONTAINED ANNEXE
  • LESS THAN 15 MILES TO COAST
  • 5 BEDROOMS & 4 BATHROOMS
  • 1 MILES TO SALHOUSE BROAD
  • PLOT EXTENDING TO ALMOST ACRE
  • UNDERFLOOR HEATING TO ALL FLOORS
  • 250 YARDS TO PRIMARY SCHOOL & PUBLIC HOUSE
  • LESS THAN 3 MILES TO WROXHAM & 7 TO NORWICH
  • VAULTED CEILINGS, SANDSTONE FLOORING & EXPOSED BEAMS

Full description

Once part of the Salhouse Hall estate, Church View Barns, to include an autonomous ANNEXE, have since been WARMLY RESTORED, sensitively creating an open CONTEMPRARY VISTA replete with natural features; welcoming warm SANDSTONE FLOORS over which a wonderous expansion of EXPOSED BEAMS give subtle reassurance to the fortitude and heritage of the barns, whilst thoroughly enjoying the ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY captured in its creation.

Outside a high hedged entrance leads to a very generous shingled expanse offering versatility to accommodate vehicles of both the river and road. Enjoyed through plentiful windows to the rear and hidden from the front, stretching rural views go beyond the depth of the secluded lawn garden and rear orchard, onwards to the distant name sake church.

The clever addition of an autonomous thatch ANNEXE, umbilically connected to the primary barn, advantageously affords any host a wealth of opportunity; independence for aging loved ones or those yet to fly the nest, entrepreneurial freedom for those seeking working solace away from an office or the prospect to engage in Bed and Breakfasting or Holiday Letting amidst the renowned Norfolk Broads National Park.

The Broadland village of Salhouse is situated along the meandering River Bure, between Wroxham; known as the Broads capital and Horning. At the bottom of Lower Street a tree lined canopy wends its way to over forty acres of Broadland wilderness; exceptional natural scenery and an abundance of wildlife with panoramic views across the water from the sandy bank of the Salhouse Broad.

The Edwardian appeal of the North Norfolk coastline gave rise to the expansion of the now Bittern Railway Line, stretching from Norwich, stopping at Salhouse and onward to the seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham. The recent opening of the near duelled Northern Distributor Road further complements this waterside villages proximity to the capital city of Norwich; whilst locally a conservation order maintains the surrounding rural character of the area.

Whether as a wonderous family home or an enviable place to escape to the country, life at Church View Barns is further complemented in its village setting; a short equidistant stroll of less than 250-yards of the Primary School or alternatively The Bell Inn public house. Notably, you are but narrowly beyond a mile of your doorstep to the waters-edge and wonders of the Salhouse broad.


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31 January 2018

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