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Rectory Lane, Dickleburgh, Diss
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3 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Guide price £575,000


  • Detached Barn Conversion
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Ensuite
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Wealth of Character & Charm
  • Generous Plot of Gardens
  • Field Views
  • Grade II Listed

Thought to date back to the 17th century, this impressive Grade II listed barn was originally converted in 1986 but has recently seen further sympathetic renovation and improvements thanks to the current owners. Spacious living areas and three double bedrooms make for versatile accommodation, surrounded by beautiful character features. To top it off, the barn sits in a generous plot of grounds with off-road parking and field views in all directions.

Diss - 5.7 miles
Harleston - 4.9 miles
Norwich - 19.3 miles

Thought to date back to the 17th century, this impressive Grade II listed barn was originally converted in 1986 but has recently seen further sympathetic renovation and improvements thanks to the current owners. Spacious living areas and three double bedrooms make for versatile accommodation, surrounded by beautiful character features. To top it off, the barn sits in a generous plot of grounds with off-road parking and field views in all directions.

Accommodation comprises briefly:
Sitting Room with Fireplace
Dining Room
Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Snug
Rear Hallway
Ground-Floor Double Bedroom
Recently Refitted WC/Utility Room
Main Landing Area with Fireplace
Double Bedroom with Recently Refitted Ensuite
Double Bedroom with Dressing Room
Recently Refitted Bathroom
New Windows & Doors Throughout

The Property
Pushing aside the glass front door you are greeted by the vast sitting room, where a striking inglenook fireplace immediately grabs your attention. A wealth of beams and timbers flow throughout this impressive room, through to the spacious dining area which is also within the original part of the barn. From the dining room you step down onto the flagstone floor of the generous, recently refitted and reroofed kitchen/breakfast room, which has access to the rear of the property via a stable door. The kitchen offers a large range of storage units with solid oak worktop space above and integrated within is a dishwasher and large range cooker. To the other end of the property is a cosy snug/TV room which could also be used as a study if required. To the back of the barn is a hallway that gives access to a very generous ground-floor double bedroom, a WC/utility room and staircase to the second landing area. This landing forms part of a grand master suite, connecting the main double bedroom with attached dressing room, to the recently fitted full bathroom suite, including toilet, double shower cubicle, claw-footed bathtub and "his and hers" wash basins. A second staircase from the dining room takes you up to the impressive galleried landing, with vaulted ceiling above and views over the sitting room below. From here the third double bedroom can be accessed, boasting an ensuite shower room that was only recently installed. This landing opens up into a generous area with a multitude of uses, where another substantial inglenook fireplace takes pride of place. Further improvements to the property have been made in the last few years, most notably all of the windows and doors have been replaced with high quality units sympathetic to the barn. A new boiler was installed earlier this year and the radiators were also replaced not long ago.

Outside
From the lane, a wide gravel driveway provides plenty of off-road parking to the left of the barn, with vehicular access to the rear garden via a five-bar gate, if required. A picket fence and gate from the drive give way to an attractive front garden, laid partly to gravel and partly to lawn. Well kept plant beds line the property and the front boundary is marked by a mature hedgerow. The rear garden has seen extensive landscaping since the current owners moved in, clearing overgrown borders to properly enjoy the file views beyond. The garden is mostly laid to a large area of lawn, with new fencing and plant beds to the boundaries. To the back of the property is a large area of gravel with an attractive raised flagstone seating area, to soak in the tranquility of the rural setting. A large timber shed to the back of the driveway provides handy garden storage.

Location
This property is one of only two on Rectory Lane, located on the outskirts of Dickleburgh village. The market towns of Harleston and Diss are both roughly 5 miles away. Diss offers a good range of amenities and leisure services, along with strong railway links to London. Nearly 20 miles away is the city of Norwich, with a vast array of shops and facilities. Norwich offers many rail and bus connections to the surrounding areas and further afield, with train links to London. Norwich airport provides access to many holiday locations in and out of the country.

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 & electricity. Water treatment plant.
EPC Rating: Exempt

Local Authority
South Norfolk District Council
Tax Band: F
Postcode: IP21 4PS

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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