A delightful barn conversion with separate annexe and pretty gardens in a tucked away position.
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Deben Barn is an attractive oak-clad family home offering light-filled, flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and has been sensitively converted to combine the amenities of modern living with a wealth of retained period features including exposed wall and ceiling beams throughout.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a large double-height part-vaulted drawing room with a galleried landing above and woodburner opening into a rear aspect kitchen with feature herringbone floor, the whole creating an ideal open-plan family and entertaining space. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a spacious sitting room, a well-proportioned snug, a rear hall with garden access leading to a large fitted utility room; ideal to be utilised as a fourth bedroom as it has an en suite shower room. The three further bedrooms with en suite facilities are accessed to both the ground and first floors.
Local Authority: Mid Suffolk District Council Services: Oil-fired central heating. All mains services are connected. Council Tax: Band D
This property has 0.36 acres of land.
The property is approached over a driveway offering parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to a detached L-shaped outbuilding comprising a double carport with store room. There is also an annexe with two bedrooms sharing Jack and Jill access to an en suite shower room, ideal for self-contained guest accommodation. To the front aspect the property provides a low-maintenance garden. The garden room/play room has a feature brick fireplace and two sets of French doors to the garden, a neighbouring office and a gazebo-covered seating area and raised decked terrace, are ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. Further areas of lawn screened by mature shrubs and patios can be found throughout these tranquil gardens.
The popular village of Debenham benefits from a thriving local High Street including a butchers, cafés, a coop, Post Office, pharmacy, GP surgery, pub and a leisure centre. More extensive amenities are available in Ipswich. Recreational facilities in the wider area include sailing and fishing on the estuaries of the Deben, Orwell and Alde together with golf courses at Ufford, Cretingham and Aldeburgh.
Communications links are excellent: the nearby A14 offers access to the greater road network; a regular train service runs from Stowmarket station to London Liverpool Street. The area offers an excellent selection of schooling including Sir Robert Hitcham C of E VA Primary School and Debenham High School in the village, together with nearby independent schools Framlingham College and Woodbridge.
Framlingham 8.2 miles, A14 (Jct. 50) 8.8 miles, Stowmarket station 9.4 miles (trains to London Liverpool Street), Woodbridge 12.8 miles, Ipswich 13.0 miles, London Stansted Airport 60.7 miles
Heading north on the A140 turn right onto the A1120. After one mile, bear left onto Scotts Hill towards Mickfield. Continue for 3.5 miles. Upon entering the village of Debenham, continue straight on Gracechurch Street. Turn right onto the High Street. Take the next right onto Cherry Tree Lane turning left at the next junction and immediately left, to continue on the same. Continue past Cherry Tree Farmhouse, and the entrance to Deben Barn will be found straight ahead.Read all
- Tucked away village location
- Separate 2 bedroom annexe
- 3 bedrooms all en suite and further shower room
- Open plan drawing room, dining area and kitchen
- Sitting room and snug
- Garden room and office
- Car port with store
- Lawned and terraced gardens
- In all 0.36 acres
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