Believed to date from the 18th century, Holy Oak Barn is a timber-framed weatherboarded family home offering almost 2,100 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, cleverly combining the amenities of modern living with retained period features including exposed wall and ceiling beams throughout. Accessed through a large double cart lodge, the ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall with full-height glazing and leads to an open plan kitchen/dining/family room with an exposed vaulted ceiling and feature staircase. The kitchen features a range of wall and base units including a breakfast bar, feature parquet flooring, space for a sizeable table, French doors to the garden and a separate stable door to the terrace. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a spacious principal bedroom with built-in storage, French doors to the garden and a modern en suite shower room, three further well-proportioned bedrooms, one with French doors to the garden, a generous study, suitable for use as a fifth bedroom if required, and a modern family bathroom.
Accessible over an imperial staircase, the first floor is dedicated to a stunning 32 ft. reception room with an exposed vaulted A-frame ceiling, feature fireplace and numerous skylights flooding the room with natural light. Divided by open beams, the space is presently set up as a sitting room with music area.
Local Authority: Mid Suffolk Disctrict Council Services: Shared private drainage (unknown as to whether it complies with the latest regulations), oil-fired central heating, all other mains services are connected. Council Tax: Tax Band F
Agent's Note This title may include covenants and/or restrictions of which further investigation is required by the buyer and/or their lawyer. There is also an obligation to pay a % portion of the upkeep to both the driveway and shared drainage system.