Barn Conversion   4 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   3 reception room(s)
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A charming 18th Century barn converted approximately thirty years ago into a wonderful family home situated in about an acre of magnificent gardens and offering truly wonderful views over the Suffolk countryside. The property retains a wealth of character features including original beams, exposed brickwork and vaulted ceilings. The property benefits from LPG radiator central heating and double glazing, extensive parking and detached two bay cart lodge.
The property is accessed from a central glazed door with adjacent double height picture windows providing excellent natural light at ground and first floor level.
RECEPTION LOBBY: Exposed internal brickwork before opening into a generous reception hall.
RECEPTION HALL: With natural wood flooring and further exposed brickwork. Staircase to first floor with large understairs storage cupboard and open galleried first floor landing. Wall lights.
LIVING ROOM: 20'1 x 19'6 (6.12m x 5.94m). A spacious reception room with solid oak double doors leading off from the hallway. Windows to front aspect. Wealth of exposed timbers and studwork to walls. Brick and open studwork separate the living room from the snug. The focal point of the room is the contemporary styled LPG log burning stove. Range of wall lights. Open walk-through to dining room.
SNUG: 11' x 10'2 (3.35m x 3.10m). Three windows to rear aspect. Exposed brickwork. Ceiling and wall timbers. Vaulted ceiling. Extra wide solid oak doors to dining room and utility room.
DINING ROOM: 16'7 x 11'4 (5.05m x 3.45m). The heart of the house being predominantly open plan with the kitchen and flowing seamlessly off the living room. Vaulted ceiling with an abundance of exposed timbers. Solid wood flooring. Double glazed French doors and adjacent side windows giving access direct to the garden terrace.
KITCHEN: 15'5 x 11'3 (4.70m x 3.43m). A farmhouse styled fitted kitchen extends in an open plan fashion off the dining room and offers windows to side and rear with wonderful views of the garden and countryside beyond. Range of fitted pine units with Karonia Mistral countertops and Franke stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Water softener and LPG hob/electric oven. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timber studwork. Wonderful feature brick flooring. Wall lights.
UTILITY: 11'5 x 9'4 (3.48m x 2.84m). A large room with windows to side and rear. Door to garden. Range of base units with solid beech worktops and ceramic Butler sink and antique style mixer tap. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Exposed studwork to walls. Pamment tiled flooring. LPG central heating boiler. Internal door through to workshop.
OFFICE/BEDROOM 4: 14'4 x 11'6 (4.37m x 3.51m). A versatile room currently utilised as a home office but would equally provide a large ground floor double bedroom. Accessed via double oak doors direct from the reception hall. Windows to side aspect. Exposed studwork to walls. Ceiling downlights. Extensive range of wall shelving.
SHOWER ROOM: 13'8 x 7'8 (4.17m x 2.34m). A remodelled ground floor shower room with oak door from the reception hall. Two windows to front. Ceramic tiled flooring. Suite comprising large full width walk-in shower unit with mosaic tiled flooring and LED up lights, large oak vanity unit with ample storage and inset wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap and W.C. Extractor fan. Illuminated wall mirror. Chrome towel radiator.
WORKSHOP: 13'1 x 11'4 (3.99m x 3.45m). A generous space with Velux window to side. Exposed timber studwork and brickwork to walls. Internal door through to
FORMER GARAGE/STORE: 11'6 x 9'6 (3.51m x 2.74m). Currently utilised for storage. Double oak exterior doors.
LANDING: Bathed in natural light through the full height picture windows to the front. Vaulted ceiling with exposed ceiling and wall timbers. Wall lights. Galleried balconies overlooking the dining room and reception hall.
BEDROOM 1: 15'1 x 13'2 (4.60m x 4.01m). A generous room with window to side and Velux windows fitted with solar powered blinds to rear aspect. Range of bespoke built-in oak wardrobes and matching dresser unit. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Wall lights. Wonderful views over the gardens. Door to;
JACK AND JILL EN SUITE: 14'5 x 6'2 (4.39m x 1.88m). Doors from bedroom 1 and the landing. Double windows to front aspect. A beautiful remodelled suite comprising freestanding slipper bath with brass antique style mixer tap and hand shower attachment, large oak vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, W.C. and matching bidet. Half vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and studwork. Towel radiator. Electric shaver point.
BEDROOM 2: 14'10 x 9'6 (4.52m x 2.90m). A double bedroom with window to side aspect. Velux windows to rear. Exposed timber studwork to walls. Part vaulted ceiling with ceiling beams. Views over the garden and surrounding countryside. Wall lights. Loft access hatch.
BEDROOM 3: 14'9 x 9'7 (4.50m x 2.92m). Another double bedroom with two windows to front aspect, further window to side. Exposed studwork beams, half vaulted timbered ceiling. Wall lights.
Outside Approached via a shared driveway the property is secluded from the road and upon entering the gravel driveway there is parking for several vehicles. Detached two bay open CART LODGE provides sheltered parking and further storage. The gardens extend to the rear and side of the property and offer truly delightful well stocked and maintained gardens being predominantly lawn with a range of established and well stocked side and central borders. Immediately to the rear of the property is a flag paved terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining and to enjoy the warmer months. Range of garden sheds, greenhouse and timber summer house. The gardens extend to about an acre with established boundary hedging with magnificent far reaching open countryside views beyond.
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