An individual barn conversion occupying an idyllic rural setting together with gardens extending to some 1.1 acres
Discreetly located in the rural hamlet of William’s Green, the barn comprises a former Victorian agricultural dwelling which has undergone significant modifications to parts of the original structure, together with the construction of numerous additions. This conversion has resulted in an individual, single storey layout which has much appeal. Externally, the barn has a distinctive appearance with varying rooflines to each section, with Norfolk pantiles above part waterboarded and brick and flint elevations. Internally, all the rooms give a good feel of space and light, which is accentuated by vaulted ceilings and numerous full height bi-fold and double doors. Floor coverings (with underfloor heating) include tiling to the central entrance/dining hall, solid oak to the reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room and carpets to the corridors and bedrooms which make up the entire southern part of the barn.
The barn is set in wonderful, secluded gardens amounting to some 1.1 acres, with extensive front parking and driveway to the south giving access onto a minor country lane. The majority of the grounds are to the rear, where an extensive enclosed terrace area leads onto a large expanse of lawn with natural pond. The property’s private, rural setting abuts farmland to the southern and western boundaries giving delightful views towards Polstead Heath. It is also worth noting that the property is not isolated, where the A1071 is just under 1 mile to the south