Savills | Hall Farm Barns, Little Witchingham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 5NY | New homes for sale
2,262 to 3,525 sq ft(210.15 to 327.48 sq m)
Guide price £800,000 -​ £1,000,000

Hall Farm BarnsLittle Witchingham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 5NY

  • New development

Key features

  • A bespoke conversion and new build development
  • Six expansive private homes
  • Luxurious fixtures and fittings
  • Built by Ashlar Developments
  • Main images are CGI's
  • Currently under construction

A bespoke conversion and new build development of six expansive private homes. A rural haven for luxury living.

About this property

  • Nestled in an untouched pocket of the idyllic Norfolk countryside is Hall Farm Barns - a bespoke conversion and new build development of six expansive private homes. A rural haven for luxury living.

    Meticulously designed and built to unify the history and heritage of the buildings with the premium standards of a new build.

    Specification

    Exterior
    • Combination of Reclaimed Norfolk red bricks/new handmade Norfolk red bricks
    • Combination of Wienerberger Old Hollow 451 Rustic clay pan tiles and slates
    • Fascias / soffits / bargeboards – painted timber
    • Black galvanised steel gutters and downpipes
    • Aged oak loggia's to Plots 1 and 2
    • Accoya windows and external doors (double glazed)
    • Velux windows (double glazed)
    • Wall lights to back and front doors, car ports and patios
    • Patio areas & paths in natural stone
    • Hot water and heating by Mitsubishi air source heat pumps
    • Landscaping to include turf, planting beds and generous areas of slabs
    • Driveways in natural shingle
    • Norfolk Estate fencing to mature treelined driveway
    • Electric gated entrance

    Interior
    • Interior painted in either grey or off-white colour schemes (choice depending on stage of construction)
    • Shaker style internal doors
    • Contemporary brushed brass ironmongery
    • Feature grooved skirting, architrave and bullnose sills
    • Minoli tiled floors to cloaks, bathroom and en-suites
    • Reeve Oak Floors in Brushed Oyster to kitchen, dining room, living room, bedrooms, hallways etc

    Plumbing & Electrical
    • Generous amounts of sockets, TV points and data sockets
    • Underfloor heating with smart thermostats – controlled with tablet or smartphone
    • Crosswater brushed brass electric towel radiators to bathrooms and en-suites
    • Timer for heating and hot water control
    • Low energy LED lighting in all rooms
    • Outside tap
    • Lights and sockets to garages
    • Double socket with USB chargers in all kitchen, dining rooms, living rooms and bedrooms
    • EV Charging point to car ports
    • Full fibre installation for superfast broadband

    Bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms
    • Roca The Gap baths with Bristan taps
    • Duravit basin and vanity unit with Crosswater taps to WC's
    • Duravit basin and vanity unit with Crosswater tas to en-suites
    • Wall and floor tiling by Minoli Ceramics
    • Illuminated Mirrors above basins
    • Crosswater brushed brass dual control showers
    • Wet room style shower floors

    Kitchens & Utility Rooms
    • Neptune Suffolk Style kitchens in Driftwood
    • Silestone white marble quartz worktop and upstands
    • Inset/undermount sink with integrated worktop drainer and Neptune taps
    • Miele/Fisher Paykel electric induction hob
    • Miele/Fisher Paykel electric oven and built-in combination microwave
    • Miele/Fisher Paykel integrated fridge/freezer
    • Miele/Fisher Paykel integrated full size dishwasher
    • Neptune Extractor hood
    • LED in cupboard unit lighting

    Please note – specification is to be used as a guide and is subject to change due to the nature of the construction process, please refer to your Sales Advisor for further details.

Local information

  • Little Witchingham's location promises seclusion and tranquillity, luxury rural living. Set within 1.16sq miles of seasonal fields and open skies, immerse in nature by exploring this unspoilt nook of Norfolk countryside.
  • Dog-walkers, strollers and hikers alike, can enjoy the country paths, photograph the animals grazing and discover a local hidden treasure, St Faiths Church. Once derelict and lost to the landscape, its interior walls adorn ancient paintings dating back to the early 14th century but hidden for centuries under layers of limewash. Captivating, only the red paint has survived but they tell a detailed story of a time that came before that
  • only the eye can properly witness.
  • Whilst being rural, Little Witchingham is not isolated. Sitting peacefully between Great Witchingham and Reepham, both accessible in just a 5-minute car journey. Here you can
  • access all the amenities you need such as independent shops, cafes, pubs, doctors and supermarkets.
  • There are also sports facilities and access to the scenic waterways of the Broads National Park for your leisure. Locally, there are excellent academic opportunities for all ages, with
  • high achieving schools and quality education on offer.
  • Hall Farm Barns is just 26 minutes' drive from Norwich. Home to England's largest open-air market, a 1000-year-old Cathedral and Castle and thriving communities of food, drink, theatre, art, history, architecture and sports. You will experience a diverse city that champions its medieval legacy and celebrates its culture and creativity.
  • From your doorstep in under 40 minutes, 83 miles of Norfolk coastline is waiting to be explored. With rare wildlife, bustling coastal towns and isolated beaches you will not tire of the breath-taking scenery and places to visit en route from stately homes to woodlands and
  • natural parks.

Additional information

  • Surrounded by serene countryside, a long, gravel drive lined with tall ancient trees, leads to Hall Farm Barns – beautiful and spacious, these one-off converted homes are completely individual and offer an exclusive lifestyle of privacy and calm.
  • Once outbuildings to store crops adjacent to Little Witchingham Hall, a Grade II listed country house built in 1819 by William Howard, these homes are now filled with character and charm, breathing life back into the historical buildings.
  • Each home thoughtfully blends modern design with traditional craftsmanship to restore the heritage of these buildings. The attention to detail is unmatched with our onsite workshop and joiner reusing existing materials and restoring original features. As well as offering
  • space in an open-plan format with floor to ceiling windows and private courtyards and gardens, each home also benefits from ultra-fast fibre broadband, innovative energy efficiency features and infrastructure for electric vehicles, to ensure every home is equipped for modern living.
  • Directions: From your doorstep in Little Witchingham, you are well connected to the region and beyond. BY CAR Reepham 5 minutes, (2.1 miles) Great Witchingham 7 minutes, (2.8 miles) Royal Norwich Golf Club 7 minutes (2.9 miles) Norwich Airport 13 minutes (9.4 miles) Norwich City Centre 26 minutes (11.7 miles) Norwich Train Station 30 minutes (12.3 miles) Cromer 33 minutes (18.9 miles) Blakeney 35 minutes (19.8 miles) Wells-next-the-Sea 39 minutes (26.1 miles) BY RAIL Cambridge 1 hour 20 minutes London Liverpool Street 1 hour 54 minutes Peterborough 1 hour 35 minutes Liverpool 5 hours 26 minutes
  • Potential EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold