Grade II listed barn for conversion with coach house in Stoke-by-Nayland, near Colchester
Timber frame barn with planning permission for conversion with attached partially restored coach house, set in 0.6 acres and located in the Suffolk / Essex border hamlet of Stoke-by-Nayland near Colchester
A unique timbered barn set in 0.6 acre grounds, in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of Constable country.
With planning permission to convert into a four bedroom/ two bathroom property with stunning vaulted drawing room, etc.
Set in a most desirable area on the edge of the picturesque and popular village of Stoke-by-Nayland, set in the Dedham vale in the Box Valley in Suffolk.
It stands well back from a quiet lane with just a small number of fine period houses and cottages within sight.
The village itself has schools, two well regarded inns, shop and garage. Situated close by is the Stoke-by-Nayland Club which comprises of a golf course and leisure centre.
Colchester is 8 miles with fast rail links through to London's Liverpool St and the A12 trunk road provides links to the M25 and London.
The barn is listed Grade II as being of architectural and historical importance and it is the oldest barn in the area. It is constructed in four aisled bays on a magnificent oak frame and it has unusual curved passing braces.
Linked to the barn and forming part of the conversion is a coach house. Restoration of this part of the building has already started with replacement of brick footings, plinths, sole plates and a new damp proofed concrete floor.
Mains water, electricity, telephone and drainage septic tank are already installed.
Plans have been prepared and consent obtained for the conversion of the property to a quite outstanding country home of immense quality and style, as well as of a practical nature.