What does a £1 million house look like in West Norfolk?
This is the last property to be completed in a cluster of four fabulous barn conversions on the edge of one of West Norfolk’s prettiest villages.
They are set in a quiet lane in Little Massingham, surrounded by countryside and with the landed estates of Sandringham and Houghton just round the corner.
Number 3 Middle Farm Barns is the last to come on the market and carries a price tag of £1.1 million. A further large storage barn is available separately.
All of the conversions have been carried out by Michael McNamara Associates, who have a fine reputation for the restoration of period buildings and have created a beautiful home from the former brick and flint barn.
In addition to stunning living space which covers over 3,000 sq ft and includes a double height vaulted hall, this one has a west-facing walled garden which has been landscaped by an award-winning designer.
Ben Marchbank, from Bedfords who are marketing the property, said: “Everything has been completed to the highest specification and the garden is very special as is the setting. It is tranquil and idyllic.”
The ground floor is occupied by the impressive vaulted hall and open plan living area, with a high end kitchen, a sitting room, study, utility room, cloakroom and a guest bedroom with an en-suite shower room.
A Norfolk hand-made ash and glass staircase, with LED lighting, leads to the first floor and three more bedrooms.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bath and shower room, and two further bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms.
The kitchen has cabinets hand-made by Dale Head, of Barningham, quartz and oak worktops, a double bowl Belfast sink, a range cooker with an induction hob, an American-style fridge-freezer with filtered drinking water and ice, two under-counter wine fridges and two integrated dishwashers.
In the utility room there is a large ceramic sink, a water softener and space for more appliances.
Heating is by an air source pump which runs underfloor heating and there is also a wood burner. Flooring includes engineered oak, large limestone tiles and carpets upstairs. The barn also has wiring in place for alarms and cameras.
With access through electric gates, there is plenty of secure parking space and a double garage with power and lighting installed.
There is a separate walled courtyard and the west-facing walled garden, which is private and secluded, features an Indian sandstone terrace, LED lighting and three outside taps.
For more information and to arrange a viewing contact Bedfords on 01328 730500.