Ringstead Road, Sedgeford, Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5NQ | Property for sale | Savills
434.51 sq m
Guide price £1,750,000(106,299,951 EGP)

Ringstead RoadSedgeford, Hunstanton, Norfolk, PE36 5NQ


    Key features

    • An expansive, light and spacious family home, equally adept at hosting all the family, whilst cosy enough to enjoy as a couple.
    • Striking living space with open plan living alongside comfortable and intimate rooms.
    • Idyllic, peaceful, countryside location close to a village and under four miles to the the Norfolk coastline
    • A good balance of ground floor and first floor bedrooms, for adaptable living suitable for all age and generations
    • Wildlife gardens, with a predominantly south to west orientation perfect for outside dining and entertaining

    With over 4600 sq ft of living space, in an outstanding location, when compared with coastal and local prices per square foot, Shaw Farm Barn offers exceptional value for money.

    About this property

    • 2 Shaw Farm Barns is a fantastically spacious, light and airy barn conversion set in an unspoilt rural location, with far reaching views over surrounding farmland, and beyond to the Wash and Lincolnshire. With over 4600 sq ft of living space, the expansive accommodation has a great adaptability to suit many types and ages of homeowner, with the brilliant asset of being within a few miles of the Norfolk coastline yet away from the busy seasonal peaks. The current owners have enjoyed 17 years of living at the barn, raising their family and making the house their own with many clever lifestyle touches that continue to provide them with happy memories.

      The barn can be entered at four points, perfectly demonstrating how versatile the layout is and providing an access for every occasion from the informal boot room after a coastal walk, to the impact of the living room when entertaining guests. The latter is a wonderfully open space, with an abundance of natural light from the extensive glazing, and with the striking visual of double height vaulted ceilings. A central clearview fireplace open on all four sides creates a cosiness within such a large space. The kitchen/breakfast room is part open plan to the living room, with granite work surfaces, gas hob cooker, and a central island and plenty of space for a dining table, and is a fitting focal point to family life at the barn. A further significant reception room is off the kitchen, measuring about 7.5m x 6.1m, which is the type of room that evolves with family life, and is currently used as a cinema/study/play/reading room.

      A bedroom wing on the ground floor hosts three spacious double bedrooms, one with en suite shower room, and a further family bathroom. These rooms have vaulted ceilings.

      The first floor rooms are located off a galleried landing, with a luxurious element to it. The principal bedroom suite continues the spacious theme of the house, with a large bedroom with south facing balcony, a dressing room and bath/shower room with his and hers sinks. On the opposite side of the gallery is another impressive en suite bedroom, with vaulted ceiling, and a Juliet balcony with stunning westerly views over undulating farmland.

      The house benefits from underfloor heating throughout, to both floors, and a Sonos sound system split into zones.

      Gardens and GroundsThe barn is approached through a five bar gate mounted on brick pillars, onto a gravelled drive that sweeps through trees to a parking and turning area for cars and boats. This area adjoins the double garage, a detached building with associated store room, which could be utilised in many different ways.

      Charming bespoke iron gates, depicting the geese that this area famously enjoys viewing when they winter in Norfolk, gives access onto a wide stone paved path leading up to the house. An initial outside dining area to the south of the house, and entirely enclosed, has a Mediterranean feel to it, as a complete sun trap with grape vine and wisteria and directly next to the kitchen for convenience. There is a further terrace adjoining the house for outside dining and entertaining.

      The grounds have been thoughtfully curated to create a safe and welcoming habitat for local birds and insects. The boundary of mixed hedging including dog roses, honeysuckle, raspberry and hazel hosts nesting birds annually including wren, robins and partridges. The flower planting scheme is designed to attract bees and insects, with a variety of fruit trees within the gardens such as damson, medlar and quince. Areas of sheltered lawns give a sense of space around the house.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a barn that has flown under the radar, and I am not sure why! It is incredible value for money.

    Ben RivettProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is set in open countryside, within the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is located between the villages of Sedgeford and Ringstead. Both villages have public houses, with the well regarded ‘Gin trap' within walking distance along the Peddars Way footpath, which runs close, but not next, to Shaw Farm Barn and continues all the way through to the sandy beaches of Holme (3 miles).
    • The barn is convenient for the Norfolk coastline, renowned for its superb sailing at Brancaster Staithe, Birdwatching at Titchwell, kite-surfing at various points, and a network of coastal paths to enjoy. There is a plethora of restaurants and gastro pubs nearby, notably the Michelin starred 'The Neptune' in Old Hunstaton and The Bank House in Snettisham. Burnham Market is approximately 9 miles from the house, with an array of boutique independent shops, bakery, butchers, fishmongers and restaurants including Socius and Number29. The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club and Hunstanton Golf club are both within 10 miles of the house.
    • The local and historic market town of Kings Lynn is about 16 miles, with mainline rail service to London Kings Cross.

    Additional information

    • Services
    • Mains water, electricity and private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
    • Local Authority
    • Kings Lynn and West Norfolk District Council.
    • Council Tax Band G
    • Viewings
    • Strictly by appointment with Savills. If there is any point which is of particular importance to you, we invite you to discuss this with us, especially before you travel to view the property.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G