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Church Lane, Tilney All Saints, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE34

££675,000 Guide

6 Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale

An approach on a private drive sees this property reveal itself, nestled back off the main road down a leafy country lane. As you gaze upon The High Barn, its elegant forward elevations possess a satisfying symmetry giving an initial indication of the scale of this home.

The High Barn was originally built in the 15th century, but in 2008 received a re-build to very high-specifications. The work, whilst modernising the property, sympathetically kept the original layout and brickwork - meaning that this home deliver a wonderful mixture of old and new.

A sheltering storm porch, with doors on either side, is an unusual but fantastically practical entrance with space to remove footwear after enjoying a stroll in some of Norfolk's glorious countryside. Furthermore, should young or old be taking a little longer getting themselves inside - or perhaps just putting shopping away, the additional access just helps alleviate any potential congestion.

The main entertainment and family spaces take centre stage, fully embracing the changing ceiling heights to gently accentuate the zones. With high-vaulted ceilings to the living room - lowering down to the kitchen end - it's fantastic for large gatherings. However, its sympathetic use of exposed timbers it retains a cosiness throughout.

The rear section of the ground floor accommodation comprises of a utility room, shower room, children's play room and a double bedroom/study. This lends itself brilliantly to being delicately portioned off, perhaps for multi-generational living, visiting guests or even working from home.

To the first floor is a mezzanine living room, leading to a galleried landing with two very generous double bedrooms, with the principal enjoying its own well considered en-suite shower room. Both feature spectacular oak framed windows which flood the area with natural light, emphasising the expansiveness and - of course - the wonderful charm of the barn's gorgeous construction. It also, rather helpfully, gives a view down to the main living area to keep a watchful eye on proceedings - ideal for those with young children.

The High Barn is currently used as a family house with some seasonal lettings. Its potential as a holiday let is excellent and it is no surprise that this characterful home has received some fabulous reviews. People noted its convenience for children and comfortably accommodating large groups within its six double bedrooms. It's easy to imagine heading for a day out at the Norfolk coast, the Sandringham Royal Estate or even a round of golf at one of the numerous courses nearby, before heading home. Once home, feast on a big meal around the dining table, throw open the french doors for a cool breeze, followed by drinks, board games and a movie in one of the many potential spots on offer.

All this joy is wrapped up in an impressive, unique and historic building sensitively converted to echo its former use and retain its story and place within Norfolk's landscape.

TILNEY ALL SAINTS A quiet, small, rural village , Tilney All Saints is conveniently situated between King's Lynn and Wisbech.

It was once known as one of the seven towns of Marshland, although it's really a village, not a town, and dates back more than 500 years.

The village is made up of two parts, Tilney All Saints and Tilney High End. The village has a primary school and The Eagles Golf Club. The church has a fine spire that can be seen for miles.

King's Lynn is 5.3 miles away, with good schools, the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, and there are large and small supermarkets and many superstores. There are restaurants, a ten-pin bowling alley, swimming pool, library, and a cinema.

The Sandringham Estate is approximately 12 miles away with attractive walks through Sandringham Woods.

Slightly further away is the north west Norfolk coastline with its beautiful long, sandy beaches. For the golfer there are courses in King's Lynn and Middleton, and on the coast there are the challenging links courses of Hunstanton Golf Club and The Royal and West Norfolk Golf Club at Brancaster.

There is a mainline link via Cambridge to London King's Cross - approximately 45 minutes and 1hr 45 mins respectively.


SERVICES CONNECTED Mains water and electricity. Drainage via a septic tank/private drainage. Heating is LPG gas central heating.

COUNCIL TAX Band G.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING G. Ref:- 4700-2522-0422-5123-3623
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/search-by-reference-number and enter in the reference number above. Alternatively, the full certificate can be obtained through Sowerbys.


TENURE Freehold.

PROPERTY REFERENCE 19343.

Tenure: Freehold

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Kings Lynn
Bank Chambers 23 Tuesday Market Place
King's Lynn
PE30 1JJ

01553 766741
kingslynn@sowerbys.com

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