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3 Bedrooms Barn Conversion Character Property for sale in Town Green Barn, Old Newport Road, South Walsham

3 Bedrooms Barn Conversion Character Property - £425,000

Town Green Barn, Old Newport Road, South Walsham

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First listed on: 04th November 2016

Nearest stations: Lingwood (2.7 mi)Acle (2.9 mi)Brundall (3.5 mi)Brundall Gardens (4 mi)Salhouse (4.3 mi)

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CHARACTER WITH A CONTEMPORARY TWIST IN A SPECIAL PLACE

Conveniently placed for the Norfolk Broads and the Coast in a much favoured position tucked away in the heart of a Broadland village, this characterful yet comfortable three bedroomed home has so much to offer with flexible, sensitively planned accommodation. Just one of three conversions of buildings dating back to the 1800's with arguably the best position of the three with an unusually private position and a generous sunny garden which is completely enclosed.


CHARACTER WITH A CONTEMPORARY
TWIST IN A SPECIAL PLACE
Conveniently placed for the Norfolk Broads and the Coast in a much favoured position tucked away in the heart of a Broadland village, this characterful yet comfortable three bedroomed home has so much to offer with flexible, sensitively planned accommodation.

Just one of three conversions of buildings dating back to the 1800's with arguably the best position of the three with an unusually private position and a generous sunny garden which is completely enclosed.

At the heart of the house is the stunning contemporary kitchen/dining room with sleek gloss white units and professional range cooker and quality appliances – this is the hub of the home and is the perfect place for informal entertaining. There is a classically proportioned sitting room adjacent with views over the garden from the floor to ceiling windows. All too often some room sizes are compromised, but not here where all three bedrooms are genuine doubles. This is a home that will perfectly suit either a growing family or those looking to downsize, but still require space for visiting family or those wanting to work from home as there is a large upstairs family room suitable for such a purpose. The garden, whilst generous in proportion is low maintenance and there is always a spot to enjoy the sun.

With village amenities within walking distance there is surprising privacy and a sense of space here and by the entrance is a double cart-shed garage. The rear walled garden is the perfect place for growing herbs and it catches the last of the sun – perfect for a summers evening as it is sheltered and private.

ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor: Reception Hall Bathroom Sitting Room Kitchen/ Dining Room Two double bedrooms
First Floor: Large family room Master bedroom with en-suite
Externally: Enclosed and private low maintenance garden & double cart-shed garaging.

SITUATION

The village has The Ship public house with well-regarded restaurant, a post office/store, church, a nationally renowned water garden attraction, village hall, recreation ground, a centre for training and the arts and an award winning primary school. It has two Broads, a boatyard and a nature reserve. You are only three miles from Acle with its more extensive amenities and railway station, another rail station being at neighbouring Salhouse.

With easy access to the A47 and Norwich it is hard to believe just how well you are placed as the peace and tranquillity are beguiling. For those wishing to boat or sail, there is a boat yard and slipway in the village with boats to hire from neighbouring Ranworth. Acle provides for all everyday needs and the Park & Ride facility at Postwick is off the A47, providing added convenience for those shopping or working in the city. The position also allows ready access to the East Coast – the unspoilt village of Winterton on Sea where locals flock to see the new born seals is only 12 miles away with the bustling seaside resort of Great Yarmouth nearer still….

Norwich, the regional capital is rightly famous for its arts and culture and the vibrant night-life with cinema and theatre. Besides being a busy commercial area and centre of employment, Norwich exudes a sense of history and place which few other cities can match; this is reputedly the most complete medieval city in Britain and offers a rare blend of history and sophistication. The Forum, containing the Millennium Library and tourist information centre, stands adjacent to the imposing City Hall and the ancient Guildhall. The majestic Norman castle looks out over the city centre and the Cathedral is one of the country's finest with its awe-inspiring cloisters and the wonderful Cathedral Close.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

Please telephone Allgood & Davey on 01603 861961 or on www.a-davey.com

GENERAL

Tenure: The property is Freehold
Services: Domestic gas stored underground 2000 litres, mains water, mains electricity, private drainage system.
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: D
Postcode: NR13 6BF
Price Guide: £425,000

CHARACTER WITH A CONTEMPORARY TWIST IN A SPECIAL PLACE

Conveniently placed for the Norfolk Broads and the Coast in a much favoured position tucked away in the heart of a Broadland village, this characterful yet comfortable three bedroomed home has so much to offer with flexible, sensitively planned accommodation. Just one of three conversions of buildings dating back to the 1800's with arguably the best position of the three with an unusually private position and a generous sunny garden which is completely enclosed.


CHARACTER WITH A CONTEMPORARY
TWIST IN A SPECIAL PLACE
Conveniently placed for the Norfolk Broads and the Coast in a much favoured position tucked away in the heart of a Broadland village, this characterful yet comfortable three bedroomed home has so much to offer with flexible, sensitively planned accommodation.

Just one of three conversions of buildings dating back to the 1800's with arguably the best position of the three with an unusually private position and a generous sunny garden which is completely enclosed.

At the heart of the house is the stunning contemporary kitchen/dining room with sleek gloss white units and professional range cooker and quality appliances – this is the hub of the home and is the perfect place for informal entertaining. There is a classically proportioned sitting room adjacent with views over the garden from the floor to ceiling windows. All too often some room sizes are compromised, but not here where all three bedrooms are genuine doubles. This is a home that will perfectly suit either a growing family or those looking to downsize, but still require space for visiting family or those wanting to work from home as there is a large upstairs family room suitable for such a purpose. The garden, whilst generous in proportion is low maintenance and there is always a spot to enjoy the sun.

With village amenities within walking distance there is surprising privacy and a sense of space here and by the entrance is a double cart-shed garage. The rear walled garden is the perfect place for growing herbs and it catches the last of the sun – perfect for a summers evening as it is sheltered and private.

ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor: Reception Hall Bathroom Sitting Room Kitchen/ Dining Room Two double bedrooms
First Floor: Large family room Master bedroom with en-suite
Externally: Enclosed and private low maintenance garden & double cart-shed garaging.

SITUATION

The village has The Ship public house with well-regarded restaurant, a post office/store, church, a nationally renowned water garden attraction, village hall, recreation ground, a centre for training and the arts and an award winning primary school. It has two Broads, a boatyard and a nature reserve. You are only three miles from Acle with its more extensive amenities and railway station, another rail station being at neighbouring Salhouse.

With easy access to the A47 and Norwich it is hard to believe just how well you are placed as the peace and tranquillity are beguiling. For those wishing to boat or sail, there is a boat yard and slipway in the village with boats to hire from neighbouring Ranworth. Acle provides for all everyday needs and the Park & Ride facility at Postwick is off the A47, providing added convenience for those shopping or working in the city. The position also allows ready access to the East Coast – the unspoilt village of Winterton on Sea where locals flock to see the new born seals is only 12 miles away with the bustling seaside resort of Great Yarmouth nearer still….

Norwich, the regional capital is rightly famous for its arts and culture and the vibrant night-life with cinema and theatre. Besides being a busy commercial area and centre of employment, Norwich exudes a sense of history and place which few other cities can match; this is reputedly the most complete medieval city in Britain and offers a rare blend of history and sophistication. The Forum, containing the Millennium Library and tourist information centre, stands adjacent to the imposing City Hall and the ancient Guildhall. The majestic Norman castle looks out over the city centre and the Cathedral is one of the country's finest with its awe-inspiring cloisters and the wonderful Cathedral Close.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

Please telephone Allgood & Davey on 01603 861961 or on www.a-davey.com

GENERAL

Tenure: The property is Freehold
Services: Domestic gas stored underground 2000 litres, mains water, mains electricity, private drainage system.
Local Authority: Broadland District Council
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: D
Postcode: NR13 6BF
Price Guide: £425,000

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Allgood & Davey

10 Queen Street

Norwich

NR2 4TA

Telephone: See phone number 01603 861961

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