Barn Conversion   4 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   3 reception room(s)
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A beautifully presented Grade II Listed 16th Century detached barn conversion believed to be one of the oldest brick barns in Suffolk and converted approximately 15 years ago resulting in a high-quality family home offering a wealth of character and period features combined with the conveniences of modern living including oil fired central with underfloor heating to the principal reception rooms and double glazed windows. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and offers the flexibility of a one bedroom annexe with kitchen and shower room with separate entrance door if desired. Period features include magnificent full height vaulted ceilings to the main reception rooms and bedroom with a wealth of exposed timber beams and brickwork.
Part open studwork entrance porch with glazed studwork and Gothic style solid wood entrance door to;
RECEPTION HALL: A spacious area to greet visitors providing access to the first floor, part glazed exterior door to the rear. Doors to workshop and cloakroom. Fully glazed French doors leading through to the garden room.
CLOAKROOM: Window to rear. W.C and granite topped storage table with circular ceramic basin and mixer tap. Extractor fan and shaver point.
GARDEN ROOM: 29'0 x 11'3 (8.8.4m x 3.43m). An L-shaped room with part vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers and original brick walling. Glazed French doors and picture windows giving direct access to the rear garden and internal glazed barn windows through to sitting room.
SITTING ROOM: 22'7 x 20'3 (6.88m x 6.17m). A magnificent full height vaulted ceiling with glazed original barn windows to front and rear aspect and additional large circular window to gable end ensures this room benefits from plenty of natural light. The focal point of this room is the impressive inglenook fireplace with oak bressummer, raised hearth and inset wood burning stove. Typically of barn accommodation the sitting room opens directly onto;
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: 32'5 x 20'3 (9.88m x 6.17m). Dining area - with central full height glazing to the front and rear both providing exterior access to front and rear gardens. Kitchen area: - bespoke range of base Oak fronted units with return brick divide with solid granite worktops with inset stainless-steel bowl and drainer. Integrate appliances include dishwasher, Britannia range cooker with double oven and hob, stainless steel splashback and matching extractor hood. Matching central island unit with stainless steel bowl and drainer. Leading off from the kitchen is a;
VAULTED SIDE HALL: With steps leading down to further reception room with kitchen and en suite shower room offering the versatility of separate annexe accommodation.
KITCHEN/UTILITY ROOM: 14'8 x 12' (4.47m x 3.66m). L-shaped room with range of oak fronted wall and base storage cupboards. Integrated appliances include fridge and freezer. Stable door to rear garden with adjacent window.
RECEPTION ROOM/BEDROOM 4: 25'4 x 13'10 (7.72m x 4.42m). Fully vaulted ceiling height with a wealth of exposed beams, cross timbers and brickwork. Double aspect with windows to either side. Exterior entrance door.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: 10' x 6'1 (3.05m x 1.85m). Window to rear. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Suite comprising large corner shower cubicle with Triton fittings, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Chrome towel radiator. Electric shaver point. Part tiled walls.
First floor Accessed from two staircases one leading from the reception hall and one from the open plan sitting room which opens onto a mezzanine gallery overlooking the sitting room and providing access to the master bedroom.
MASTER BEDROOM: 18'2 x 14'6 (5.54m x 4.42m). With fully vaulted ceiling and a wealth of exposed beams and cross timbers. Windows to side aspect with delightful countryside views. Three oak fronted deep built-in wardrobes. Radiator. Door to;
EN SUITE: 9'4 x 9'1 (2.84m x 2.77m). Offering both mosaic tiled surround bath and separate shower unit, W.C. and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Electric shaver point. Ceiling skylight. Exposed cross timbers and inset wall glass cubes through to bedroom.
SECONDARY LANDING. Accessed from the main hallway with large double airing cupboard. Exposed beams. Radiator. Loft access hatch. Access to two further bedrooms and family bathroom.
BEDROOM 2: 17'3 x 13'4 (5.26m x 4.06m). A large double bedroom with built-in double wardrobe and further eaves storage cupboards. Exposed timbers and part vaulted ceiling with skylight. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3: 19'3 x 8'6 (5.87m x 2.59m). Three built-in wardrobes and further eaves storage cupboards. Radiator. Two ceiling skylights.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 8'2 x 6'3 (2.49m x 1.90m). Three piece suite comprising freestanding slipper bath with claw feet and antique style mixer tap and hand shower attachment, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. Window to side. Ceramic tiled flooring. Part painted tongue and groove panelled walls. Chrome heated towel radiator. Extractor fan and electric shaver point.
Outside The property is set well back from the road offering a high degree of privacy and is approached via a long gravelled sweeping drive providing ample off street parking which in turn also gives access to the attached DOUBLE GARAGE 19'9 x 16'4 (6.02m x 4.98m) with power and lighting and adjacent WORKSHOP 19'9 x 7'4 (6.02m x 2.24m) which is accessible from the main reception hall.
Manor Barn sits centrally within the plot and is surrounded by extensive lawned gardens with well stocked borders and tree plantings whilst to the rear there is a delightful fully enclosed lawned garden with extensive paved terracing and gravelled area for outdoor entertaining. The garden also offers an ornamental pond and timber shed and log storage.
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