- Stunning Barn Conversion
- Five Bedrooms
- Six Bathrooms
- High Specification Finish
- Impressive Sitting Room Opening to Garden
- High Quality Fitted Kitchen
- Cart Shed, Garage and Parking
- Delightful Garden
- Adjacent Land Available by Separate Negotiation
A characterful barn conversion incorporating the latest technology. Stunning vaulted entrance hall, SieMatic kitchen, plant room and utility/boot room. Impressive sitting room opening to the garden, family room, cinema room, ground floor bedroom and bathroom. Upstairs are four double bedrooms, three with en-suite and a bathroom. Delightful garden, cart shed and garage.
Sowerbys are delighted to offer to the market Bridge Water Barn, a most spectacular barn conversion currently being transformed by locally renowned builders Grocott & Murfit.
This sympathetic conversion skilfully retains the character of the building whilst incorporating the latest technology required for modern day living. The property is briefly comprised of a stunning entrance hall with double height vaulted ceilings overlooked by stunning first floor glass bridge. The hall is open plan to the fitted SieMatic kitchen which also has access to a plant room and separate bespoke fitted utility/boot room. The sitting room again benefits from double height vaulted ceilings, a central wood burner and impressive sliding glass doors looking out over the garden. Completing the first floor accommodation is a delightful family room, cinema room, bedroom and bathroom. To the second floor is an impressive 'C' shaped balcony/hall area overlooking ground floor living space, four double bedrooms, three with en-suite facilities and a family bathroom. Outside there is a delightful garden, three bay cart shed and garage offering ample parking and storage. In addition to this is an opportunity to acquire additional adjacent land by separate negotiation.
This amazing property is situated in the village of Wighton within the grounds of Water Hall and only a few minutes' drive from Wells-next-the-Sea and the beautiful North Norfolk coastline.
WIGHTON Wighton is a small and sleepy rural village five minutes drive from the coast at Wells-next-the-Sea and the north Norfolk coast with its miles of unspoilt coastline, and the historic village and Shrine of Little Walsingham. The village has an inn, The Carpenters Arms. The tower of All Saints church collapsed in a storm in 1965 but through the generosity of a Canadian architect whose family had lived in the village, the tower was rebuilt and rededicated in 1976.
SPECIFICATION - Underfloor heating to ground floor
- LPG gas fired boiler
- CAT 6 cabling throughout with ceiling speakers
- Solid oak joinery
- Oak internal doors throughout
- Bespoke oak, stainless steel and glass feature stairs and landing
- SieMatic Kitchen with integrated Gaggenau appliances
- Bespoke utility room and pantry
- Duravit and Hansgrohe Axor bathrooms including Whirltub bath, Sensowash toilet and Axor M brassware
- Porcelanosa tiles to all bathrooms
- Suspended GyroFocus Fire
- Foras Lucca Tumbled Natural Limestone tiles to ground floor
- Engineered timber flooring to balcony, landing and cinema room
- Carpet to bedrooms
- Landscaped garden
- Rainwater harvesting system
- Mains drainage
SERVICES CONNECTED To be confirmed.
COUNCIL TAX To be confirmed.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING To be confirmed. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://www.epcregister.com/ and enter in the reference number.
"I'm so glad that I decided to ask Sowerbys to find a tenant for my property. I really appreciated the input of both you and your staff every step along the way. You were all direct and honest about what was required of me and I was kept up to date with every development. The advertising of the property, tenancy agreement and inventory were professional and well executed and I was kept informed on every detail of potential tenants' visits and their feedback. Everyone at Sowerbys bent over backwards to be helpful and someone was always available to help me with any queries I had. I was surprised and relieved to find what could have been a very stressful exercise ended up being a breeze. I can't thank you all enough."