The Green, Depden, Bury St Edmunds ( For Sale ) Guide Price £1,550,000

Barn Conversion         5 bedroom(s)         3 bathroom(s)        4 reception room(s)

A striking five bedroom Grade II listed barn conversion occupying a wonderful rural setting, bounded by open countryside and a working farm. The property benefits from in excess of 5,000 square feet of accommodation, a self-contained annexe and double garaging, all of which is set around a private courtyard with in all about 1.6 acres of land.

Contact David Burr Bury St Edmunds on 01284 725525 or email bury@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Grade II Listed
  • Exceptional secluded position
  • Private driveway
  • In excess of 5,000 square feet
  • Private courtyard
  • Self-contained annexe
  • In all about 1.6 acres
  • Vaulted dining hall
  • Inglenook fireplace
  • Farm house kitchen

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Estimated Monthly Rental Income: £4500.00

Estimated Yield Income: 3.48%


A superb three storey barn conversion of grand proportion, originally the barn to Depden Hall and now a palatial residence in its own right. This Grade II listed barn conversion is offered for sale in immaculate condition benefiting from expansive accommodation in the region of 5,000 sq. ft as well as having an internal annex. The barn is set around a central private court yard and boasts period features including fantastic hand-crafted joinery and bespoke fitted finishes throughout. Of particular note is the central dining hall with vaulted ceilings, exposed joinery and delightful views of the landscaped rear gardens.

COVERED PORCH: Flanked by oak storage seats leading to the entrance door.

DINING HALL: A full height vaulted room forming the central cell to the barn. This room benefits from dual aspect light to front and rear with handmade floor to ceiling wooden windows overlooking the rear gardens providing ample space for formal dining and entertaining as well as offering storage in the form of a drink's cabinet and under stair storage with access to principal rooms on the ground floor. Oak and glass double doors lead to;

SITTING ROOM: Which is centred around a red brick fireplace with wood burning stove with Oak bressummer over flanked by mullion windows to front and rear aspect creating a cosy yet light reception room predominately set up for informal entertaining.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Finished in a traditional farmhouse style with retained red brick flooring throughout and a separate wine store. The kitchen/breakfast room is set around a central island as well as providing access to the courtyard finished with a range of matching wall and base units and a number of integrated appliances include a 5-ring gas Lacanche cooker with integrated storage to either side, red brick surround extractor over and oak bressummer above as well as retaining the feature bread oven door. The sink is a dual butler sink inset with drainer mixer tap and drinking water over and either side comprises further handmade oak finished units concealing the fridge freezer to one side and drinks cabinet to other. Additional storage in the central island and the room is finished with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the central courtyard creating a great impression of natural light. Door to;

UTILITY ROOM: With a continuation of the red brick flooring offering further wall and base units including a deep-set ceramic sink with drainer and mixer tap over and dual windows to side access. The utility is ideal for bringing pets through to the house with an informal entrance leading to the central courtyard. The utility also benefits from a separate SHOWER ROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, walk-in shower and window to rear. Door to;

ANNEXE HALL: With separate self-contained entrances to front and rear, integrated storage door to;

ANNEXE: A self-contained area divided in to two distinct areas, a sleeping area with sufficient space for a king size bed if so required, an informal sitting room area and walk-in dressing room with handmade wood finished floor to ceiling cabinets and additional dual French style double doors opening onto the central courtyard and looking back at the principal residence.

EN-SUITE: Comprising W.C, handwash basin, freestanding slipper bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over and frosted window to side.

STUDY: A secluded space located to the rear of the property with retained mullion windows overlooking the formal gardens and pond and sufficient space for home working.

OFFICE: Another suitable space for home working with a duality of an informal entertaining area again overlooking the pond with mullion windows and also offering space for storage.

CLOAKROOM: White suite comprising W.C, handwash basin with integrated extractor fan.

STORE: Housing hot water manifold, electrical consumer unit and offering additional space for storage.

First Floor

CENTRAL GALLIERED LANDING: Set up and over the dining hall with a beautiful vaulted ceiling and benefitting from the views of the rear gardens. The landing offers two distinct entrance points to the separate wings of the accommodation. Door to;

BEDROOM 1: Benefitting from a semi-vaulted ceiling, mullion windows, full width and hand built integrated wardrobes spanning the breath of the room and a spiral staircase leading to the mezzanine sleeping area with ample space for a double bed and finished with sky light window to front aspect. EN-SUITE: Comprising panelled bath with W.C, handwash basin, corner shower with glass door and integrated extractor.

BEDROOM 2: A mirror of bedroom 1. Again, with first and second floor space both capable of holding a double bed with hand built integrated wardrobes and access via another spiral staircase to the mezzanine sleeping area currently being used for storage, with dual skylights to rear and side. EN-SUITE: With white suite comprising W.C, handwash basin, corner shower with glass sliding doors and window to front.

BEDROOM 3: A double bedroom with window to rear aspect.

BEDROOM 4: Currently being used as a walk-in dressing room with window to front aspect.

FAMILY BATHROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, handwash basin, freestanding slipper bath mixer tap and shower attachment over. Corner shower unit with glass sliding doors.

Outside The Tithe Barn occupies an exceptional rural setting accessible via a private track leading from the village green serving only Depden Hall and The Tithe Barn. The private track splits into two serving the respective driveways for the properties and leads to the gravel area situated just outside the court yard to the property.

At the entrance to the courtyard are two handmade wooden gates leading into the central block paved courtyard from which the principal residents annex and garaging can all be surveyed. Upon entering the courtyard on the righthand side is the DETACHED GARAGE BLOCK: Offering off road parking for three vehicles as well as an additional storage area with dual doors opening into the courtyard all of which have power and light connected.

The front gardens are predominantly laid to lawn interspersed with specimen trees and shrubs providing as good deal of seclusion to the front of the property. The rear gardens are expansive and predominantly formal in nature largely laid to lawn interspersed with further specimen trees, landscaped with boarders and hedging and a substantial pond across which is a handmade steel and oak bridge for personnel access. The central landscaping to the garden is finished in a distinct diamond shape as seen from an aerial view before stepping up to a great expanse of formal lawn with a purpose-built alfresco entertaining area set on blocked paving adjacent to the wood pergola and handmade Oak fruit cage. Boundaries are clearly defined all sides by post and rail fencing beyond which the surrounding arable land can be surveyed as well as the additional private track serving only Depden Hall which leads further south before joining the A143.

In all about 1.5 acres.

AGENTS NOTE: A public footpath is understood to run adjacent to the property.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Private sewage treatment plant, mains drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators.

NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk Council.

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR Bury St Edmunds office 01284 725525.

We value the safety of our clients and employees, please take a moment to review our health and safety guidelines for appointments and visiting offices https://davidburr.co.uk/appointments-guidelines/

NOTICE: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these sales details, they are for guidance purposes only and prospective purchasers or lessees are advised to seek their own professional advice as well as to satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. No representation or warranty whatever is made in relation to this property by David Burr or its employees nor do such sales details form part of any offer or contract.


Contact David Burr Bury St Edmunds

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01284 725525 or email bury@davidburr.co.uk


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Full Details

Features:

  • Grade II Listed
  • Exceptional secluded position
  • Private driveway
  • In excess of 5,000 square feet
  • Private courtyard
  • Self-contained annexe
  • In all about 1.6 acres
  • Vaulted dining hall
  • Inglenook fireplace
  • Farm house kitchen

A superb three storey barn conversion of grand proportion, originally the barn to Depden Hall and now a palatial residence in its own right. This Grade II listed barn conversion is offered for sale in immaculate condition benefiting from expansive accommodation in the region of 5,000 sq. ft as well as having an internal annex. The barn is set around a central private court yard and boasts period features including fantastic hand-crafted joinery and bespoke fitted finishes throughout. Of particular note is the central dining hall with vaulted ceilings, exposed joinery and delightful views of the landscaped rear gardens.

COVERED PORCH: Flanked by oak storage seats leading to the entrance door.

DINING HALL: A full height vaulted room forming the central cell to the barn. This room benefits from dual aspect light to front and rear with handmade floor to ceiling wooden windows overlooking the rear gardens providing ample space for formal dining and entertaining as well as offering storage in the form of a drink's cabinet and under stair storage with access to principal rooms on the ground floor. Oak and glass double doors lead to;

SITTING ROOM: Which is centred around a red brick fireplace with wood burning stove with Oak bressummer over flanked by mullion windows to front and rear aspect creating a cosy yet light reception room predominately set up for informal entertaining.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: Finished in a traditional farmhouse style with retained red brick flooring throughout and a separate wine store. The kitchen/breakfast room is set around a central island as well as providing access to the courtyard finished with a range of matching wall and base units and a number of integrated appliances include a 5-ring gas Lacanche cooker with integrated storage to either side, red brick surround extractor over and oak bressummer above as well as retaining the feature bread oven door. The sink is a dual butler sink inset with drainer mixer tap and drinking water over and either side comprises further handmade oak finished units concealing the fridge freezer to one side and drinks cabinet to other. Additional storage in the central island and the room is finished with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the central courtyard creating a great impression of natural light. Door to;

UTILITY ROOM: With a continuation of the red brick flooring offering further wall and base units including a deep-set ceramic sink with drainer and mixer tap over and dual windows to side access. The utility is ideal for bringing pets through to the house with an informal entrance leading to the central courtyard. The utility also benefits from a separate SHOWER ROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, walk-in shower and window to rear. Door to;

ANNEXE HALL: With separate self-contained entrances to front and rear, integrated storage door to;

ANNEXE: A self-contained area divided in to two distinct areas, a sleeping area with sufficient space for a king size bed if so required, an informal sitting room area and walk-in dressing room with handmade wood finished floor to ceiling cabinets and additional dual French style double doors opening onto the central courtyard and looking back at the principal residence.

EN-SUITE: Comprising W.C, handwash basin, freestanding slipper bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over and frosted window to side.

STUDY: A secluded space located to the rear of the property with retained mullion windows overlooking the formal gardens and pond and sufficient space for home working.

OFFICE: Another suitable space for home working with a duality of an informal entertaining area again overlooking the pond with mullion windows and also offering space for storage.

CLOAKROOM: White suite comprising W.C, handwash basin with integrated extractor fan.

STORE: Housing hot water manifold, electrical consumer unit and offering additional space for storage.

First Floor

CENTRAL GALLIERED LANDING: Set up and over the dining hall with a beautiful vaulted ceiling and benefitting from the views of the rear gardens. The landing offers two distinct entrance points to the separate wings of the accommodation. Door to;

BEDROOM 1: Benefitting from a semi-vaulted ceiling, mullion windows, full width and hand built integrated wardrobes spanning the breath of the room and a spiral staircase leading to the mezzanine sleeping area with ample space for a double bed and finished with sky light window to front aspect. EN-SUITE: Comprising panelled bath with W.C, handwash basin, corner shower with glass door and integrated extractor.

BEDROOM 2: A mirror of bedroom 1. Again, with first and second floor space both capable of holding a double bed with hand built integrated wardrobes and access via another spiral staircase to the mezzanine sleeping area currently being used for storage, with dual skylights to rear and side. EN-SUITE: With white suite comprising W.C, handwash basin, corner shower with glass sliding doors and window to front.

BEDROOM 3: A double bedroom with window to rear aspect.

BEDROOM 4: Currently being used as a walk-in dressing room with window to front aspect.

FAMILY BATHROOM: With white suite comprising W.C, handwash basin, freestanding slipper bath mixer tap and shower attachment over. Corner shower unit with glass sliding doors.

Outside The Tithe Barn occupies an exceptional rural setting accessible via a private track leading from the village green serving only Depden Hall and The Tithe Barn. The private track splits into two serving the respective driveways for the properties and leads to the gravel area situated just outside the court yard to the property.

At the entrance to the courtyard are two handmade wooden gates leading into the central block paved courtyard from which the principal residents annex and garaging can all be surveyed. Upon entering the courtyard on the righthand side is the DETACHED GARAGE BLOCK: Offering off road parking for three vehicles as well as an additional storage area with dual doors opening into the courtyard all of which have power and light connected.

The front gardens are predominantly laid to lawn interspersed with specimen trees and shrubs providing as good deal of seclusion to the front of the property. The rear gardens are expansive and predominantly formal in nature largely laid to lawn interspersed with further specimen trees, landscaped with boarders and hedging and a substantial pond across which is a handmade steel and oak bridge for personnel access. The central landscaping to the garden is finished in a distinct diamond shape as seen from an aerial view before stepping up to a great expanse of formal lawn with a purpose-built alfresco entertaining area set on blocked paving adjacent to the wood pergola and handmade Oak fruit cage. Boundaries are clearly defined all sides by post and rail fencing beyond which the surrounding arable land can be surveyed as well as the additional private track serving only Depden Hall which leads further south before joining the A143.

In all about 1.5 acres.

AGENTS NOTE: A public footpath is understood to run adjacent to the property.

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. Private sewage treatment plant, mains drainage. Oil fired heating to radiators.

NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: West Suffolk Council.

VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment only through DAVID BURR Bury St Edmunds office 01284 725525.

We value the safety of our clients and employees, please take a moment to review our health and safety guidelines for appointments and visiting offices https://davidburr.co.uk/appointments-guidelines/

NOTICE: Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these sales details, they are for guidance purposes only and prospective purchasers or lessees are advised to seek their own professional advice as well as to satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. No representation or warranty whatever is made in relation to this property by David Burr or its employees nor do such sales details form part of any offer or contract.

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