Hartest, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk ( Sold STC ) Guide Price £520,000

Barn Conversion         3 bedroom(s)         1 bathroom(s)        1 reception room(s)

An unlisted detached barn conversion in a beautiful rural position on the edge of one of Suffolk’s most sought-after and picturesque villages with stunning far-reaching views. There is the clear potential to extend and modify (subject to permissions) to create a substantial and impressive country house. Whilst in need of modernisation throughout the property represents and exciting opportunity for a purchaser to renovate to their own tastes. In all about 0.33 acres. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Contact David Burr Long Melford on 01787 883144 or email melford@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Unlisted three bedroom barn conversion
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Utility/cloakroom
  • Study
  • First floor bathroom
  • Large garden and far-reaching countryside views
  • Potential to extend
  • In all about 0.33 acres
  • No Onward Chain

An unlisted detached barn conversion in a beautiful rural position on the edge of one of Suffolk's most sought-after and picturesque villages with stunning far-reaching views. There is the clear potential to extend and modify (subject to permissions) to create a substantial and impressive country house. Whilst in need of modernisation throughout the property represents and exciting opportunity for a purchaser to renovate to their own tastes. In all about 0.33 acres. NO ONWARD CHAIN.



Entrance porch covered front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE HALL: 7'11" x 5'9" (2.41m x 1.75m) With space for coats and shoes, decorative carved oak detailing and doors leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 23'8" x 10'1" (7.22m x 3.07m) With beautiful far-reaching views over the property's rear garden and onto open undulating countryside beyond. Measuring approximately 23ft in length with twin carved oak decorative panels and a centrally positioned wood burning stove situated on a brick tiled hearth. Staircase rising to first floor with floor-to-ceiling window allowing for plenty of natural light and further door leading onto the gardens.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 18'10" x 10'1" (5.74m x 3.07m) With dual aspect views to both the front and rear over open countryside and with plenty of space for a breakfast table and chairs. Matching range of white gloss cabinets with worksurfaces incorporating a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap over and drainer to side and a four-ring Lamona ceramic hob. 'Stoves' oven and grill and space for a free-standing refrigerator/freezer and space and plumbing for a dishwasher.

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM: 7'7" x 4'0" (2.32m x 1.22m) Containing a WC and worksurfaces with storage cupboard below and shelving above which incorporates a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap above and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

First Floor

LANDING: With doors leading to:-

MASTER BEDROOM: 15'0" x 10'8" > 7'10" (4.58m x 3.24m > 2.38m) An attractive double bedroom with storage space above the stairs and the potential to construct an en-suite (subject to any necessary consents). Attractive red brick chimney breast, vaulted ceilings with exposed timbers and partially tongue and groove panelled walls. Wonderful open views over the rear garden and over open farmland.

BEDROOM 2: 11'3" x 7'1" (3.42m x 2.16m) A dual aspect room with far-reaching countryside views over the rear garden and beyond.

BEDROOM 3: 7'10" x 7'4" (2.39m x 2.23m) With tongue and groove wood panelled walls and a temporary desk space together with high ceilings and open views to the side.

STUDY: 7'5" x 4'8" (2.25m x 1.41m) A convenient space for working from home or with the potential to be used as a dressing room if required.

BATHROOM: Containing a P-shaped bath with tiled surround, W.C. and wash-hand basin with vanity suite below.

Outside The property's grounds are undoubtedly its key attribute and are comprised of large areas of lawn containing a wide variety of mature trees including an established orchard. The rear boundary abuts open countryside and affords incredible views over undulating countryside. To the righthand side of the house is an area which would be ideally suited to creating off-road parking or to support the erection of a cartlodge (subject to necessary consents).

In all about 0.33 acres (sts).

SERVICES: Main water supply. Mains Drainage. Electric heating by storage heaters. Main electricity connected. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

AGENTS NOTES The property is accessed via an approach belonging to a third party over which Top Barn enjoys a right-of-way.

Top barn itself is unlisted and was converted in 1977 from a former grain store at the head of a range of historic barns which are part of a Grade II listed farmhouse.


Contact David Burr Long Melford

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01787 883144 or email melford@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Unlisted three bedroom barn conversion
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Utility/cloakroom
  • Study
  • First floor bathroom
  • Large garden and far-reaching countryside views
  • Potential to extend
  • In all about 0.33 acres
  • No Onward Chain

An unlisted detached barn conversion in a beautiful rural position on the edge of one of Suffolk's most sought-after and picturesque villages with stunning far-reaching views. There is the clear potential to extend and modify (subject to permissions) to create a substantial and impressive country house. Whilst in need of modernisation throughout the property represents and exciting opportunity for a purchaser to renovate to their own tastes. In all about 0.33 acres. NO ONWARD CHAIN.



Entrance porch covered front door leading to:-

ENTRANCE HALL: 7'11" x 5'9" (2.41m x 1.75m) With space for coats and shoes, decorative carved oak detailing and doors leading to:-

SITTING ROOM: 23'8" x 10'1" (7.22m x 3.07m) With beautiful far-reaching views over the property's rear garden and onto open undulating countryside beyond. Measuring approximately 23ft in length with twin carved oak decorative panels and a centrally positioned wood burning stove situated on a brick tiled hearth. Staircase rising to first floor with floor-to-ceiling window allowing for plenty of natural light and further door leading onto the gardens.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 18'10" x 10'1" (5.74m x 3.07m) With dual aspect views to both the front and rear over open countryside and with plenty of space for a breakfast table and chairs. Matching range of white gloss cabinets with worksurfaces incorporating a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap over and drainer to side and a four-ring Lamona ceramic hob. 'Stoves' oven and grill and space for a free-standing refrigerator/freezer and space and plumbing for a dishwasher.

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM: 7'7" x 4'0" (2.32m x 1.22m) Containing a WC and worksurfaces with storage cupboard below and shelving above which incorporates a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap above and space and plumbing for a washing machine.

First Floor

LANDING: With doors leading to:-

MASTER BEDROOM: 15'0" x 10'8" > 7'10" (4.58m x 3.24m > 2.38m) An attractive double bedroom with storage space above the stairs and the potential to construct an en-suite (subject to any necessary consents). Attractive red brick chimney breast, vaulted ceilings with exposed timbers and partially tongue and groove panelled walls. Wonderful open views over the rear garden and over open farmland.

BEDROOM 2: 11'3" x 7'1" (3.42m x 2.16m) A dual aspect room with far-reaching countryside views over the rear garden and beyond.

BEDROOM 3: 7'10" x 7'4" (2.39m x 2.23m) With tongue and groove wood panelled walls and a temporary desk space together with high ceilings and open views to the side.

STUDY: 7'5" x 4'8" (2.25m x 1.41m) A convenient space for working from home or with the potential to be used as a dressing room if required.

BATHROOM: Containing a P-shaped bath with tiled surround, W.C. and wash-hand basin with vanity suite below.

Outside The property's grounds are undoubtedly its key attribute and are comprised of large areas of lawn containing a wide variety of mature trees including an established orchard. The rear boundary abuts open countryside and affords incredible views over undulating countryside. To the righthand side of the house is an area which would be ideally suited to creating off-road parking or to support the erection of a cartlodge (subject to necessary consents).

In all about 0.33 acres (sts).

SERVICES: Main water supply. Mains Drainage. Electric heating by storage heaters. Main electricity connected. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

AGENTS NOTES The property is accessed via an approach belonging to a third party over which Top Barn enjoys a right-of-way.

Top barn itself is unlisted and was converted in 1977 from a former grain store at the head of a range of historic barns which are part of a Grade II listed farmhouse.

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