Rare chance to make your mark on a Norfolk barn for £900k
- Credit: Sowerbys
A unique opportunity to put your stamp on a home in one of the most sought-after areas of Norfolk has come up for £900,000.
Constructed of brick and flint and featuring lots of floor-to-ceiling windows, Lodge Barn in Stiffkey is “already a pretty property” according to selling agents, Sowerbys – but it still offers huge potential to make the most of its unique position.
At the heart of the space is a good-sized sitting room, which is well-complemented by its floor-to-ceiling windows and a wood-burning stove set into an inglenook-style fireplace.
To the east of the sitting room there is a dining room and a kitchen, and to the west there is a ground-floor bedroom, bathroom and study. A workshop and carport have also been integrated into the build.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, the property comes with a manageable garden, as well as further fenced-off land which offers huge potential and has a natural pond in the corner.
There is plenty of off-road parking, including in an open cart shed, and the garden is terraced.
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Lodge Barn is offered for sale with no upward chain.
For more information, contact Sowerbys.
Bridge Street, Stiffkey
Guide price: £900,000
Sowerbys, 01328 618022
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