Vaulted reception hall with pamment flooring, cloakroom
Sitting room with fireplace and wood burning stove, high ceilings, oak flooring
Study, oak internal doors
Kitchen breakfast room, utility
Stunning galleried dining room
Drawing room, family room/potential annexe accommodation
Huge part vaulted galleried landing
Six bedrooms, dressing room, three bathrooms
Separate barn with hayloft, triple bay cartlodge
Private gardens, further modern barn with potential to convert (subject to planning), hard standing, meadow with pond, 6.3 acre field available by separate negotiation
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Standing within 1.2 acres and with an extra 6.3 acres available (subject to negotiation), this outstanding grade II * listed barn conversion was converted approximately 25 years ago to a very high standard and provides a substantial level of much improved accommodation, extending to 4400 sqft and displaying a wealth of high quality features, whilst complemented by extensive grounds comprising private gardens with detached timber frame barn, triple cart-lodge garaging, and meadow with pond and modern barn providing scope for alteration.
This splendid home enjoys a quiet rural setting down a small lane affording far reaching countryside views and the beautifully arranged accommodation currently in brief comprises; Entrance door opening to Reception Hall: An area of great first impression with its high vaulted ceiling, pamment flooring and door to Cloakroom and adjacent boiler/laundry room. Glass french doors and high glazed side and top lights opening to Sitting Room: A fabulous reception with high ceilings, fireplace with wood burning stove, windows to front and side aspects. Study: With window to front aspect.
Inner hall leads to the vaulted Dining Room: A wonderful space with gallery above, french doors to gardens, large window to front opening to Kitchen Breakfast Room: Fitted with an extensive range of units complemented by built in appliances, window to front. Drawing Room: An ideal room for entertaining with windows to front and side. Utility Room: With window to side and second staircase off to first floor. Family Room: With windows and doors to front and rear gardens, this versatile reception could be used as a separate annexe if required.
On the first floor is a large part vaulted, galleried landing affording impressive views to the dining and sitting room. Eaves storage and airing cupboard. There are six generous bedrooms, two bathrooms, en-suite shower and a dressing room completes the beautifully presented and particularly versatile accommodation
The property is approached along a driveway providing extensive vehicle parking providing turning space and access to the triple bay cart lodge garaging and separate detached timber frame barn (creating scope for conversion). To the rear are enclosed gardens creating a good degree of privacy.
The gardens are mostly laid to lawn and include a vegetable garden, mature trees and shrubs and terrace. Opposite the barn is a meadow, a modern detached barn (which may provide potential to convert etc subject to planning permission being approved), hardstanding, meadow and pond. All in about 1.2 of an acre (subject to survey). Further 6.3 acre field with pond available by separate negotiation.
Grange Farm Barn enjoys a splendid rural setting down a small no through lane affording fr reaching countryside views. Wyverstone is a small village situated approximately 16 miles from Bury St Edmunds and 7 miles from the market town of Stowmarket, with its main line rail link to Liverpool Street station. The nearby village of Bacton, offers a good range of local facilities including village shop/post office, doctors surgery, public house and primary school.
When entering Wyverstone from the direction of Long Thurlow and Badwell Ash, turn left at the village pond into Potash Lane, where Grange Farm Barn will be found on the right hand side.
Mains electricity, water are connected. Oil fired radiator central heating. Private bio disk drainage. Council Tax Band G.
It is understood that the small caravan site nearby is limited by the caravan club to only 5 caravans at any one time.
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