Three bedroom barn for sale in Norfolk village of North Elmham, near Dereham
A three bedroom, three bathroom barn, currently being converted to a high standard and nearing completion. The barn is detached and is set in good sized gardens in a small development of three properties in the centre of the Norfolk village of North Elmham, near Dereham and Fakenham
Swallow Barn is one of three barns currently being converted and due for completion before March 31st 2021 which means there will be no Stamp Duty to pay.
The barns were the original farm buildings for the headquarters of the East Anglian bishops.
The barn is in a beautiful setting next to North Elmham church overlooking the Wensum Valley. It is located on a cul de sac with no through traffic.
Swallow Barn is nearing completion and provides approximately 1500 ft2 of living accommodation with an additional 440ft2 double garage / carport.
There is an open plan kitchen / dining / living room with underfloor heating. The kitchen has a range cooker, side by side fridge / freezer and the living area has a clear glass wood burning stove
The property further benefits from three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The floors will be finished in wood, stone and wool carpets throughout.
There is a very attractive good sized garden overlooking meadows and the valley.
The planning permission no. is 3PL/2018/0925 and 3PL/2020/0945/VAR at Breckland Council.
The popular and historic village of North Elmham is about 5 miles (8.0 km) north of the well served market town of Dereham.
North Elmham has a primary school, pub, doctor's surgery, post office and a convenience store.
Dereham has a good range of facilities including supermarkets, shops, schools, hospital, cinema, restaurants and swimming pool.
The City of Norwich is about 20 miles away and there is a regular bus services from the village.
From Dereham, take the road towards Fakenham. Entering North Elmham after approximately 5 miles, pass the King's Head public house and after approximately half a mile bear right immediately after passing the church. Church Lane is on the right and the barn is approximately 100 yards on the right hand side.