Barn Conversion, Great Maplestead

History & Background

A stunning period barn conversion located within the curtilage of a listed building (being the neighbouring farmhouse), with main automatic entry gates leading through to the two separate properties; no other near neighbours and then literally surrounded by glorious north Essex countryside, yet still within daily commute for London.

The property was converted in 2013, utilising the two rear period brick built wings, provide the bedroom accommodation with the main core of the barn providing a superb ‘great room’ which displays much of the timber frame into its vaulted ceiling. This room offers immense character, enhanced by a central wood burner, situated on a raised plinth.

The traditional kitchen/breakfast room offers a spacious area with breakfast bar, additional space for dining and a range oven. In addition there is a particularly large laundry/boot room with space for dog beds, being ideal for the country lifestyle.

Setting & Location

The property is set amidst idyllic north Essex countryside, between the village of Gestingthorpe and Great Maplestead. There is also a footpath immediately opposite and a 10 minute walk over the brow of the hill leads into the village of Wickham St Paul, where the Victory Inn can be found overlooking the cricket green.

The barn has shared secure automatic entry gates with a right of access through to its own gated plot with plenty of parking. The rear wings to the barn give natural shelter to the huge expanse of courtyard terracing which captures the southerly aspect

For further details please call 01621 840333

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