Creeting St Peter, Suffolk

A splendid barn conversion meticulously designed and presented to an exceptional standard throughout measuring over 3500 sq.ft and enjoying grounds approaching 2.2 acres with far reaching views. Substantial versatile accommodation with an array of character features. Garaging with annexe above.

  • Superb barn conversion presented to an exceptional standard
  • Substantial and versatile accommodation of over 3500 sq.ft
  • Grounds approaching 2.2 acres
  • Stunning triple aspect 34' drawing room
  • Large kitchen/dining room
  • Impressive master bedroom suite
  • 3 further bedrooms (1 en-suite)
  • Twin garaging with annexe/studio above
ENTRANCE DOOR: Opening to;

LARGE RECEPTION HALL: An impressive, light area with an extensive range of exposed timbers under a vaulted ceiling. An inglenook style fireplace with inset double fronted wood burning stove under an oak bressumer creates the main focal point of the room. French style doors lead to the rear terrace which is ideal for al fresco dining. Bespoke staircase rising to galleried landing and first floor. Oak flooring. Understairs cupboard. Openings to sitting area, kitchen and designated dining area.

DRAWING ROOM: A stunning, light and airy, triple aspect room under a vaulted ceiling with a range of exposed timbers and studwork. Inglenook style fireplace with inset wood burning stove and oak bressumer. French style doors either side of the room open out on to their respective terraces. Delightful views overlooking the grounds and pond. Oak flooring.

KITCHEN AREA: A splendid open plan area with an extensive range of matching base units under granite work surfaces incorporating 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap over. Further integrated appliances include dishwasher and Rangemaster wine cooler. Space for Rangemaster cooker and large American style fridge freezer. The breakfast bar demarcates the open plan dining area. Exposed timbers and studwork. Tiled flooring. Opening to utility area.

SITTING AREA: A versatile space currently used as a play/reading area with French style doors out onto the side terrace. Built-in base units. This area is separated from the reception hall by the double fronted inglenook style fireplace with inset wood burning stove under oak bressumer. Oak flooring.

STUDY: Currently used as a home office with views overlooking the grounds. Built-in oak units incorporating a corner desk, cupboards, filing cabinets and bookshelves. Exposed timbers and studwork. Oak flooring.

UTILITY AREA: A convenient space with base units under granite work surfaces incorporating sink unit with mixer tap over. Space and void for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled flooring. Stable door opening to side access. Suffolk latch door to;

CLOAKROOM: Wash hand basin with mixer tap and W.C. Tiled flooring.

BOILER CUPBOARD: Housing oil fired boiler serving heating and hot water.

First floor

GALLERIED LANDING: Views over the front and rear gardens and neighbouring countryside beyond. Suffolk latch doors to;

MASTER BEDROOM: A wonderfully impressive room with a vaulted ceiling, many exposed timbers and studwork with remnants of former barn serving as features. Exposed brick chimney stack with oak bressumer. Large built-in wardrobes. Box bay window providing views over the grounds and far reaching countryside beyond. Raised, tiled bath area with deep, oval shaped, marble effect bath with a central mixer tap and shower attachment. Suffolk latch door to:

EN SUITE: Large walk-in shower cubicle and tiled surround, wash hand basin with mixer tap and W.C. Heated towel rail. Velux window. Tiled flooring.

BEDROOM 2: Under vaulted ceiling with Velux window. Separate dressing/study area. Exposed timbers and studwork. Suffolk latch door opening to:

EN SUITE: Corner shower cubicle with tiled surround. Wall hung wash hand basin with mixer tap and W.C. Heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 3: With exposed timbers and studwork. Views over the grounds and neighbouring countryside beyond.

BEDROOM 4: With exposed timbers and studwork. Large built-in wardrobes and views overlooking the grounds.

FAMILY BATHROOM: A freestanding bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, wash hand basin with mixer tap above and W.C. Heated towel rail. Tiled flooring.

Outside The property is set away from the road and is approached through electric, wrought iron gates. These open into a large, gravelled driveway which provides off street parking for numerous vehicles and access to the two separate garages between which is a covered walkway leading to the property. GARAGES with electric up and over doors, power and light connected. Pump room for the show pond to the rear of one garage and store room to the rear of the other. ANNEXE/STUDIO above with external, galvanised steel staircase rising to decked balcony area with views overlooking the pond and countryside beyond. French style doors open into the studio which has a vaulted ceiling and plenty of storage cupboards. Door to EN SUITE with shower cubicle and tiled surround, wash hand basin with vanity surround and cupboard beneath and W.C. Velux window. Built-in infrared sauna. In all about 2.2 acres.

The shielded, terraced area to the front of the property is ideally placed to enjoy warm summer afternoons, with its feature show pond and well stocked borders, as is the decked area over the front of the large, landscaped pond. The terraced area continues around the whole of the property and is flanked by an extensive lawn interspersed and bordered by mature hedging, well stocked flower beds and trees. At the bottom of the garden is a useful, large barn currently used as a wood store/storage. It has an up and over door, water and power connected and separate right of access to the road across the farmer's yard.

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