A bright and contemporary 5-bedroom period barn conversion with extensive outbuildings in an elevated position overlooking over 2 acres of grounds and views of Norwich Petersfield Barn is a substantial detached period barn principally of brick construction under pantile roof which was converted in 1990 and extended and improved in 2009. The property benefits from light and spacious accommodation throughout whilst retaining period features such as exposed beams and timber framing. The barn forms a u-shape thus creating an attractive south facing courtyard which overlooks a flint lined horse pond. Inside at the centre of the property is a spacious...sitting room with freestanding wood burning stove, which then leads through into an open plan kitchen dining room, both with French doors out to the south facing courtyard and with under floor heating via ground source heat pump. Accommodation to the west provides an entrance hall, two double bedrooms, bathroom, boot room and garden room with sliding doors to the gardens on the north side. At the eastern end of the property is a spacious music room, bedroom with en suite and upstairs the principal bedroom, another double bedroom with en suite shower room and a family bathroom. Outside, the property is set centrally within its grounds and is approached via a gravel driveway with turning area to the east of the property that leads to a parking area for numerous vehicles. Adjacent to this is an extensive range of outbuildings covering over 2,000 square feet which have a wealth of potential for providing further ancillary accommodation or possibly holiday lets (subject to necessary planning permissions). This area could also be perfect for an outdoor swimming pool complex. To the south of the barn is a lawn area with vegetable patch and fruit cage. To the north is a large terrace alongside shrub and plant beds and adjacent to an open paddock that is left to meadow and a large pond which is spring fed. Looking north there are wonderful views of the Norwich skyline which includes the Cathedral.
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