Guide price £1,250,000
Holkham Estate has once again partnered up with well-respected barn developer Bryan Williams to convert these barrel roof steel frame agricultural buildings dating from the early 20th Century into two exceptional homes. Fitters Barn is the remaining property at Chalk Hill Farm, a stunning attached steel clad 4-bedroom barn that offers spacious contemporary living, outstanding far reaching countryside views, private parking, and landscaped gardens. __________ GROUND FLOOR - Reception hall - Large open plan kitchen/dining room - Pantry/back hall - Double bedroom with en suite bath/shower room - Double bedroom with en suite shower room - Utility room - Store/cloakroom - WC - Integral garage with separate boiler room/store __________ FIRST FLOOR - Large sitting room with fabulous views - Landing - Double bedroom - Shower room - Main bedroom with en suite dressing room and bath/shower room __________ OTHER - Original architectural features - Part of the Chalk Hill Farm Barns group - Fitters Barn is one of two adjoining properties - Underfloor heating - Management fee for share of upkeep to entrance road, driveway and treatment plant __________ OUTSIDE - Shared driveway to private drive and parking - Integral garage - Landscaped gardens with south facing views - South facing sandstone terrace - Outside tap __________ DRIVING DISTANCES (approx.) - Wells next the Sea 2 miles - Holkham 4 miles - Holt 10 miles - Fakenham 11 miles - Kings Lynn (mainline trains to London Kings Cross via Cambridge) 32 miles __________ SITUATION Warham is a small village within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just 2 miles inland from the popular coastal town of Wells-next-the-Sea and Stiffkey. The village has two large medieval churches, a public house and the recently restored Warham Reading Room, which was built in 1892 and has been returned to its original purpose, able to host a wide range of events and activities designed to bring the community together. Just south of the village is Warham Camp, a small ancient hill fort earthwork built by the Iceni in the 2nd century BC, known locally as ''the Danish Camp'. Wells-next-the-Sea is just 2 miles to the north and is a small town with a big personality. From the late 16th century up until the early 20th century, it was a major port and still attracts a wide variety of pleasure craft alongside the fishing fleet bringing in local crab, whelk and shrimp. The Quay is the focal point of the town dominated by the iconic granary building with its distinctive overhanging gantry. The town itself, predominantly a Conservation Area, is made up of narrow streets and ''yards' leading up from the Quay with many buildings dating back to the early 17th century. There are good local amenities including schools, doctor and dentist, library, food stores, pubs and restaurants as well as interesting independent boutiques and galleries. Wells beach has a beautiful array of coloured beach huts and, like neighbouring Holkham beach, is fringed by sand dunes and pinewoods with miles of sand at low tide. This beautiful part of the world offers many leisure pursuits including wonderful coastal walks, cycling, kite surfing, sailing, golf and birdwatching.
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