Savills | Sommer Barns, Sommer Close, Thorney, Cambridgeshire, PE6 0FF | Property for sale
Guide price £850,000

Sommer BarnsSommer Close, Thorney, Cambridgeshire, PE6 0FF

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2021
  • Lounge with fireplace
  • Four double bedrooms with en suites and fitted wardrobes
  • Extensive grounds
  • Outbuildings/stables

A tastefully converted barn in extensive grounds, with the option to convert outbuildings/stables subject to planning

About this property

  • Sommer Barns is a unique barn conversion in a delightful rural setting, providing flexible accommodation. Retaining much of the original character of the building. Many rooms feature exposed original beams and timbers and the internal doors are furnished with traditional ironmongery throughout. The sitting room features an impressive fireplace with wood burning stove and bi folding doors onto the stunning garden. The accommodation briefly comprises; a sitting room, superb open plan kitchen and dining area, boot room, side hall, all four bedrooms boast en suites and built in wardrobes and fabulous views over the garden. The property stands in extensive grounds with lawns and well planned and planted beds. The inner court yard is a delight and is enjoyed by many of the windows from the bedroom wing.

    The property is approached through large wooden automatic gates and leads to a large parking area. There is a three bay open fronted garage with adjacent barn storage areas. The stables offer much scope to be converted, subject to planning, to extra accommodation/office etc.

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A beautiful barn conversion in extensive grounds which gives ample scope to convert more buildings for further accommodation/office or stabling subject to planning. The property flows well and feels spacious and light.

James EastawayProperty agent

Local information

  • Thorney is a village about nine miles (13 km) east of Peterborough city centre, on the A47, with a 15 minute journey to Peterborough Train Station, approx 50 mins to London Kings Cross. The village is well equipped with a shop, post office/library and award winning 'Rose & Crown' pub. The beautiful traditional village green is over looked by the renowned Thorney Abbey which dates back to the Normans. The local agricultural Heritage Centre is the focus for many social events and summer festivals.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E