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Melton Park, Melton Constable, Norfolk, NR24

££1,200 pcm

2 Bedroom Barn Conversion To Let

Stallion Barn is a unique and spacious two bed barn conversion finished to a high standard, sympathetic to the character features with open and spacious living accommodation throughout. The home is a truly impressive example of a modern barn conversion with beautiful light rooms situated in the rural North Norfolk countryside on the edge of Melton Constable. In brief accommodation comprises; two double bedrooms, with en-suite and dressing room to the principal, open plan living/kitchen area, family bathroom, cloakroom and access to a rear communal courtyard garden.

Upon entering the property prospective tenants are welcomed straight into a generous entrance hallway with cloakroom and coat cupboard accessible. The open plan living area feels very spacious with vaulted ceilings, tiled flooring, exposed beam and iron work and dual aspect glazing throughout. The kitchen area has an abundance of fitted shaker style units, ceramic butler sink, integral oven/hob, and stone effect worktop space perfect for food preparation.

Viewings are highly recommended and a long-term tenancy is available for the right applicants. Available September 2022

MELTON CONSTABLE Melton Constable is a small village with local shops including a butcher, a general store/post office and a garage. The village also has a primary school and a doctor's surgery. The village is between Holt and Fakenham. Melton Constable was developed in the 1880s as a railway town. It was at the junction of four railway routes crossing Norfolk, and features the robust brick built terraces typical of railway towns of that era. With the closing of the railways the village settled back into its rural and agricultural backdrop. It has two churches, one Norman with grandiose interiors and what has been described as 'the grandest C18 font in Norfolk.' The other is an interesting construction of corrugated iron built in 1903 for the new town and the railway workers. It's a fine piece of practical architecture and has passed the test of time.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING C. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
To retrieve the Energy Performance Certificate for this property please visit and enter in the reference number.

AGENT'S NOTE £20 per month sewage charge.
Water readings to be submitted quarterly by tenant, please note rate of unit charge may fluctuate
Heating charge quarterly is £225.00 (subject to annual increase)
No pets or children due to nature of farm in proximity
No white goods included
No smokers.
Applicants must be in suitable employment or have sufficient means.


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Canterbury House
20 Market Place
Dereham, Norfolk
NR19 2AX

01362 693591

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