Substantial Grade II listed Barn set within delightful countryside.
Black Barn is a most impressive conversion of an original Norfolk barn dating back to the 15th century. Offering an exceptional array of flexible accommodation and totalling in at over 3000 sq ft, this imposing property makes for a superb family home. Converted in 2010 with an emphasis to create a home benefitting from natural light sources, the property features two most impressive reception spaces to both the ground and first floors as well as five bedrooms with which one could be utilised as a ground floor study if desired. Of particular note is the fact that Black Barn, despite its age and listed status, benefits from an EPC rating of "B".
Should a buyer require the need for multi-generational living or enhanced flexibility, the owners catered to this by incorporating a well-designed ground floor bedroom, utility, and shower room. Additionally, a first-floor bedroom presents an opportunity to potentially create a distinct and private wing with its own independent access, providing even greater versatility and accommodating various living arrangements.
Incorporating a blend of aesthetics, the clever integration of glass elements, elegantly revealed timbers and a contemporary design approach combine to create a truly unique and captivating home that demands to be experienced first hand.
Sitting within a plot of about 0.8 acres, Black barn is approached via double electronic gates into a large gravel driveway providing space for numerous cars. A useful double garage provides further secure parking as well as storage space with an internal shower room.
The landscaped gardens and grounds offer a picturesque view that extends gracefully over the adjacent paddocks. Moreover, the owners have crafted an outdoor haven by constructing an inviting decking area, complete with a charming ornamental pond, thus presenting an idyllic setting for hosting outdoor gatherings and social events.
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The rarity of finding a Listed barn but with the energy efficiency and EPC rating of a B is something that can't be ignored in todays climateTom ClaytonProperty agent