Savills | Briar Walk, Harleston, Norfolk, IP20 9DX | Property for sale
0.06 Ac(0.02 Ha)
Guide price £510,000

Briar WalkHarleston, Norfolk, IP20 9DX

    Key features

    • Study
    • Carport
    • Private and enclosed walled garden
    • Period brick work
    • Central location close to amenities

    Substantial award winning mews property with parking and private garden, with low running costs, situated a short walk to the centre of the charming market town of Harleston.

    About this property

      Briar Barn is a superb award winning barn conversion set within a quiet close situated just off the centre of the popular town of Harleston. The barn is believed to have been the coach house and stables for the Harleston to Norwich coach, and retains some fine period brickwork and detail. Enjoying spacious accommodation totalling approximately 2,886 square feet, the property is very well positioned with the benefit of private parking including a carport, and a private walled garden.

      The house is entered onto the particularly large reception hall, incorporating the oak staircase, and provides a wonderful entertaining or living space at the centre of the house. This room gives access through to the dining room, in turn leading to the charming kitchen/breakfast room which is south facing with full height French windows out to the enclosed walled garden. Another impressive room on the ground floor is the sitting room, with feature fireplace, and French doors.

      The barn has thoughtfully arranged bedroom accommodation, all of which are spacious double rooms and which can be utilised in different ways including incorporating one of the double bedrooms as a dressing room to the principal bedroom. This bedroom has an En suite shower room, as does the main guest room. In total the house has four bedrooms, two En suite and a separate bathroom with a large central gallery providing further space for a library, music area or similar.

      The house is well insulated throughout, with bespoke double glazed windows and cavity wall insulation. The conversion was completed in 2007.

      Despite being centrally positioned within the town, Briar Barn has private parking including a useful car port to the east of the house. It also has the benefit of a south facing walled garden mainly laid to lawn, with a paved area perfect for outside dining and accessed directly from the kitchen. There is an external door leading out to the carport.

      All fixtures and fittings including fitted carpets and curtains are included in the sale.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Thoughtfully converted barn within the heart of town, with plenty of space.

    Ben RivettProperty agent

    Local information

    • Briar Barn is centrally located within the popular bustling market town of Harleston, nestled in the Waveney Valley. The town is renowned for its thriving community and independent shops, together with everyday facilities including post office, delicatessen, chemist, doctors surgery, supermarket (Budgens), and a selection of public houses, tea rooms and restaurants. In addition to these, there is also an antique centre with several shops, art café, pottery, sports centre with gym and tennis court and a recreational ground. There is a well run market every Wednesday selling fresh local produce. There are good local schools and a library, with further education and amenities found in the nearby town of Bungay. Further schools can be found at Saint Felix in Southwold, Framlingham College and the popular Langley with a school bus service from the town centre.
    • Norwich, the cathedral city and regional centre of East Anglia, is about 20 miles to the north, whilst the historical town of Bury St Edmunds lies approximately 30 miles to the west. Two major supermarkets can be found in Diss approximately 10 miles which also provides a frequent commuter mainline train service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 1 hour 30 minutes.

    Additional information

    • The photographs used in the brochure were taken in June 2015.
    • Directions: From Diss take the A143 signed to Bungay, Beccles and Harleston. Upon reaching the first roundabout take the first exit signed “Harleston and Startston”. Continue into the town and along the high street (The Throughfare) and just as the one way system ends, follow the road round to the right onto Broad Street. Proceed past the church on your left and fork left up ‘Old Market Place' and after a short distance turn left onto Briar Walk. Briar Barn is the property directly in front of you as you turn into Briar Walk. The postcode for the property is IP20 9EN.
    • EPC Rating = B