Barnmasters is marketing a superb unconverted red brick former threshing Barn in the Waveney Valley. In total the Barn will offer 3379 sq ft of accommodation, garaging, store rooms and has a sizable garden - 0.75 of an acre sts. Further land is available under separate negotiation.
THEBRICKBARN BARNMASTERS are delighted to offer the prudent purchaser a former traditional Norfolk brick threshing barn of imposing stature, with two further attached barns. This L-shaped barn configuration has detailed planning permission for conversion to a substantial 4 bedroom, 3 en-suite detached family home arranged spaciously over 2800 sq ft. Additionally a car port and garden/bicycle store are incorporated adjacent to the current barn arrangement, which utilises a further 600 sq ft. The Barn setting enjoys an enviable view across open countryside, set back off the road and approached via a private tree-lined shared drive, servicing this small group of residential properties. A further opportunity exists to purchase further land surrounding this barn within this delightful Waveney Valley location.
Leet Hill Barns were previously used as part of an arable and dairy farm. This property subsists as three interconnecting barns, with the main imperious two storey barn offering a solid brick structure, featuring a wealth of features such as the detailed capping on the gable ends and the traditional ventilation brick pattern on the walls. This main barn has a concrete floor and sheet metal roofing therefore weather proofing and preserving the building for its future transformation. The brick work appears in good uniform condition and offers the purchaser an opportunity to make a stunning feature inside the barn when sympathetically restoring. This main barn provides for a spacious open plan living room, dining room and kitchen.
As you step down into the connecting single storey second barn, this is of newer construction of brick, with a vaulted timbered roof currently under pantiles. You then enter into the final modern third barn constructed by concrete block and pre-fabricated concrete panelling under a sloped roof. The architect designed plans by McArthur Tring Architects Norwich encompass the differing roof shapes within the overall design of the proposed planning application, and are attentively detailed for an overall design finish that makes this property very aesthetically pleasing.
Full planning details can be found listed on South Norfolk Council website under Planning Ref 2016/0651
INTHEVICINITY Nearest market town Beccles 2 miles
Bungay 4 miles
Nearest broads Beccles 2 miles, Loddon 4 miles
Heritage coast of Southwold and Walbeswick 16 miles
Railway station at Beccles with rail link to London 2 miles
Norwich station with direct trains to Cambridge and Norwich 15 miles
Cathedral city of Norwich 15 miles
Nearest airport Norwich International Airport
DIRECTIONS Take the A146 from Norwich towards Beccles. 2 miles before Beccles at the roundabout (after Hales) take 2nd exit (right turn) onto A143. After approximately half a mile turn left into Church Road signposted to Kirby Cane. Take the first left onto Old Yarmouth Road where the Barns can be found on your right after 500 yards at the end of a tree lined driveway. The barns are on the left at the end of the drive.
LOCALAUTHORITY South Norfolk District Council
OURNOTES Measurements, distances and areas are approximate.
The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only.
Barnmasters expects our barns to have all necessary planning permissions, building regulation certification and other consents in place- where applicable.
New services (water, electricity and BT) will need to be supplied to these barns from the council road. It is envisaged that all services will be separately supplied in one trench with each barn purchaser paying 25% each in the total costs.
VIEWINGS Viewings strictly through Barn Masters
Telephone No. 01603 621177