A superb 4-bedroom barn conversion set within beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds

Crossingford Barn is a superb Grade II listed barn conversion of timber frame construction with brick foundations set under a tiled roof.

The barn is believed to date from the 17th Century and offers excellent family accommodation over three storeys. There are good ceiling heights in the principal rooms and many period features throughout the property including original timber and brick flooring and exposed beams.

Of particular note is the large open plan living and dining room with adjoining kitchen, all of which are spacious. light and airy. The barn sits well within its grounds and there are delightful views over the surrounding gardens, grounds and rolling countryside.

Planning Permission There is planning permission in place to convert the attic rooms into a fifth bedroom with ensuite.

South Norfolk Council: https://info.south -norfolk.gov.uk/onlineapplications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPDTCVOQJPO00&activeTab=summary

This property has 1.85 acres of land.


Crossingford Barn is approached off a quiet country lane and is approached via a shingle driveway with parking for several vehicles, including a double garage. To the front of the barn is an adjoining outbuilding with workshop, spacious games room with further rooms to the rear currently used for storage. Further to this there is a double bay open cart lodge which currently houses lawnmowers and garden equipment.

The gardens are beautifully landscaped and are mainly laid to lawn with shrub and hedge borders. There is a well-established vegetable garden, small wild meadow, orchard, pond and open paddock area.


Crossingford Barn enjoys a tranquil rural setting on the edge of the sought after village of Pulham St Mary which, along with the neighbouring Pulham Market, offers a good range of local amenities including village shops, public houses, a primary school, doctors’ surgery and the award-winning Pennoyer Centre (the village’s community/heritage centre and café).

The popular and attractive market town of Harleston is just 3 miles away and has a good range of local amenities and Diss, to the west, provides further shopping facilities and a frequent mainline train service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 90 minutes.

Norwich, the regional centre, provides a comprehensive range of amenities within easy striking distance including excellent schooling and cultural facilities. Also nearby are the extensive recreational opportunities of the Norfolk Broads, the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts and the unspoilt Waveney Valley.


From Norwich head south on the A140 Ipswich Road, passing through Long Stratton. After about 3 miles, at the roundabout turn left signposted to The Pulhams. Continue through Pulham Market and into Pulham St Mary, passing through the village towards Harleston. Having crossed over the small river bridge, turn second right into Doctors Lane. Head over the old railway line and Crossingford Barn can be found on the left hand side.

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Ref: NOR200121

Doctors Lane, Pulham St. Mary Diss Norfolk IP21

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Ref: NOR200121

Doctors Lane, Pulham St. Mary Diss Norfolk IP21

Guide Price