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Warham, Wells-next-the-Sea
£1,450,000, 4 bedrooms

Sold

Key features

  • Impressive Open Plan Living Spaces
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Beamed and Vaulted Ceilings
  • Handmade Fitted Kitchen
  • Private South Facing Walled Garden
  • Five Bay Open Cart Shed
  • Uninterrupted Countryside Views

Property Description

Field Barn is a most impressive conversion, skilfully and sympathetically transformed by the Holkham Estate Company and renowned developer Bryan Williams, and offers the perfect blend of modern and stylish living whilst retaining and respecting the heritage and character of the building.

FIELD BARN Field Barn is a most impressive conversion, skilfully and sympathetically transformed by the Holkham Estate Company and renowned developer Bryan Williams, and offers the perfect blend of modern and stylish living whilst retaining and respecting the heritage and character of the building. Enjoying a private position on the edge of Warham and only a few minute's drive from Wells-next-the-Sea, the property offers fantastic panoramic views over the sprawling countryside of the Holkham Estate and the north Norfolk coastline. 

The stunning open plan living areas and feature bedrooms embrace and utilise the unique architectural theatre of this once industrial space with a spectacular mezzanine landing and breathtaking glazed atriums. The kitchen/living room benefits from a bespoke handmade kitchen with integrated appliances and a feature fireplace. French doors to the south of the room open onto a delightful sun terrace and private garden fully enclosed by a brick & flint wall. Further living areas include an impressive entrance hall with triple height vaulted ceilings, study with French doors to the south facing garden, utility room, guest WC, laundry/boot room, sitting area with triple height vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and the most impressive French doors leading out to the garden. The four double bedrooms are located on both the ground and first floors and all enjoy adjoining bathrooms. The master bedroom has a beamed and vaulted ceiling whilst the two ground floor bedrooms have French doors opening onto the private walled garden.

The property enjoys plenty of natural light throughout and exquisite period details including exposed beams, original elevated arched barn door and brick and flint work, alongside contemporary touches such as underfloor heating and the luxurious handmade, streamlined kitchen.



ENTRANCE HALL Beamed and vaulted ceilings, tiled floor, handmade oak turning staircase to the first floor.



LOWER ENTRANCE HALL/CLOAKROOM Three double cupboards for coat and boot storage, tiled flooring and access to the kitchen, utility room, WC and office.



RECEPTION AREA Double height glass doors capturing incredible views across open farmland. High open archway leading to the kitchen and main living space, further archway opening to the dining room.



DINING ROOM Light and spacious double height formal dining area with original beams and vaulted ceiling. Exposed redbrick wall and archway with a high level original barn door.



OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/BREAKFAST/SITTING ROOM Feature open fireplace set under an oak mantle and south facing window. The primary kitchen area offers handmade wooden painted units, granite work surfaces and an island unit with an oak worktop. Double height glass doors provide an abundance of natural light and delightful views of the garden.



SECONDARY KITCHEN Further handmade wooden painted units set under granite work surfaces with an integrated eye level oven.



UTILITY ROOM Fitted cupboards with worktop surface and inset sink, window to the front aspect and space and plumbing for a washing machine.



GROUND FLOOR WC

GROUND FLOOR OFFICE French doors leading on to the private south-facing garden.



BEDROOM FOUR Double fitted wardrobes, window to side aspect and contemporary en-suite shower room.



BEDROOM TWO French doors leading to the garden, door leading to the contemporary four piece en-suite bathroom and staircase leading to private first floor study.



FIRST FLOOR LANDING A turning staircase leads to the first floor landing with an infinity balustrade looking down on to the entrance hall.



BEDROOM THREE Velux window offering stunning elevated views across open farmland. En-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes.



MEZZANINE LANDING Infinity balustrades offering outstanding elevated views across open farmland to the south and north to the Norfolk coastline.



MASTER BEDROOM Double aspect room with original stripped beam and vaulted ceiling, three fitted double wardrobes and en-suite contemporary four piece bathroom.



OUTSIDE A sweeping driveway with lawns either side leads from the rear of the property around the front to the five bay open cart shed. To the rear of the property is a delightful private south-facing walled garden and brick built store.



SITUATION Field Barn is located just a short walk or cycle ride from the village of Warham with its many attractive flint cottages and houses and two medieval churches. St. Mary Magdalen's and All Saints' south of the village, beside the River Stiffkey, is a fine Iron Age fort, known as Warham Camp, which makes for an interesting visit. The village also benefits from a popular local pub The Horseshoes, which also serves meals. Just a few miles from Warham is the ever popular coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea, set behind a small harbour on the beautiful north Norfolk coast. The town is filled with shops, pubs and cafés and there are many listed and impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings. The town also offers a doctors' surgery, library, community hall and primary and secondary schools. Wells-next-the-Sea is within an area of outstanding natural beauty at the heart of the heritage coast. The beautiful sandy beach with its pine trees, sand dunes and colourful beach huts, can be reached by a pleasant walk, car or by using a miniature steam train from the harbour and was voted The Best British Beach of the Year 2016 by The Times. The nearby Holkham National Nature Reserve and beach are perfect for walkers and birdwatchers along with the popular Norfolk coastal path.



COUNCIL TAX RATING TBC

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING TBC

"From the initial valuation through to completion the service and support has been phenomenal. Moving is especially difficult but Lex dealt with every detail and kept me informed at every stage often speaking with the other parties involved to keep everyone moving forward. I am very pleased with the speed at which I was able to sell my property on the first viewing and appreciate the dedication from Lex to ensure the sale completed."
Laura Brown-Waite, Tydd St Giles - November 2015