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Bressingham Road, Roydon, Diss
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | Guide price £390,000


  • Detached Barn Conversion
  • Extensive Renovation in Recent Years
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Ensuite to Master
  • Sympathetic, High Quality Fixtures
  • Exposed Beams & Timbers
  • Large Driveway for Parking
  • Chain Free

The Barn is believed to have been originally constructed in the early 1800's, as a Carpenter's shop for nearby Roydon Hall and is of timber framed construction, with wide black weather boarding under a pantile roof. The Barn has been the subject of an extensive refurbishment programme over a number of years by the current vendors whom have paid great attention to detail in restoring the barn to a high level of finish and in putting a high specification of fixtures and fittings whilst retaining an enormous amount of character with many exposed period features, giving a lovely blend of old and new. Particular notice should be drawn to the bespoke fixtures and fittings with all of the internal brace and batten doors (and frames) having been hand made with Suffolk latches further adding to the charm of the property along with having pamment tile and brick flooring. The property also has the luxury of under floor heating.

Diss - 2.1 Miles
Norwich - 22.8 miles
Harleston - 12.1 miles

The Barn is believed to have been originally constructed in the early 1800's, as a Carpenter's shop for nearby Roydon Hall and is of timber framed construction, with wide black weather boarding under a pantile roof. The Barn has been the subject of an extensive refurbishment programme over a number of years by the current vendors whom have paid great attention to detail in restoring the barn to a high level of finish and in putting a high specification of fixtures and fittings whilst retaining an enormous amount of character with many exposed period features, giving a lovely blend of old and new. Particular notice should be drawn to the bespoke fixtures and fittings with all of the internal brace and batten doors (and frames) having been hand made with Suffolk latches further adding to the charm of the property along with having pamment tile and brick flooring. The property also has the luxury of under floor heating.

The property has a good amount of outside space to the front with an area of garden being predominantly laid to lawn enclosed by picket fencing, a part shared driveway leads up to the front of the property providing a good area of off-roading parking for several cars upon a shingle driveway. To the rear the gardens are enclosed giving a good deal of privacy/seclusion. A large patio area abuts the rear of the barn creating an excellent space for alfresco dining leading onto an area of lawn down to the northern boundaries. The rear gardens boast a westerly aspect taking in the afternoon sun.

Accommodation comprises briefly:
Entrance Hall
Shower Room
Sitting Room with Fireplace
Kitchen
Dining Room
Master Bedroom
Ensuite to Master
Landing/Reading Space
Two Further Double Bedrooms with Storage
Off-Road Parking

Located on the boundary of Bressingham and Roydon villages, the property enjoys a slightly elevated and prominent position, being within a stone's throw of the rural countryside surrounding. Over the years Bressingham has proved to be a popular village location having an attractive assortment of period and modern properties, the village lies just 3 miles to the west of Diss. The historic market town of Diss is an active and established town, steeped in history and found within the beautiful countryside surrounding the Waveney Valley on the South Norfolk borders. The town has an extensive range of day to day amenities and facilities with the benefit of a mainline railway station with regular/direct services to London Liverpool Street and Norwich. With easy access to the A140 Norwich lies approximately 25 miles to the north, with Ipswich respectively 26 miles to the south.

Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings including curtains are specifically excluded from the sale, but may be available in addition, subject to separate negotiation.

Services
Oil fired central heating. Mains water, drainage & electricity.
EPC Rating: D

Local Authority
South Norfolk Council
Tax Band: D
Postcode: IP22 5XW

Agents Note
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, all way leaves, easements and other rights of way whether specifically mentioned or not.

Tenure
Vacant possession of the freehold will be given upon completion.

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