Henry Adams Lettings is delighted to offer this stunning, newly converted three bedroom Sussex barn situated in a quiet rural spot adjoining Stansted Park.
Available to let unfurnished, the barn has been finished to an exceptionally high standard and boasts a range of high quality fixtures and fittings as well as the use of natural materials such as limestone and hardwood flooring. Accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway with vaulted ceiling and utility area, ground floor shower room with w/c, stunning kitchen/breakfast room with French oak joinery, spacious lounge with wood burning stove and access to the rear patio garden, and a further reception room (or dining room/office). The first floor spans the whole length of the barn and can be accessed via two separate staircases, which in turn leads to a superb principle bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bath/shower room, two further double bedrooms and a bath/shower room.
Outside, to the rear of the property is a large paved terrace which forms part of a walled courtyard garden (garden is still to be landscaped/finished) and enjoys views over the surrounding countryside. The property also includes use of a spacious covered barn/car port (there is an internal door opening into the property) plus off-road parking.
Broadreed Farm adjoins Stansted Park on the Hampshire/Sussex border, in the South Downs National Park. Access is through the Stansted estate, 2000 acres of beautiful woodland and fields, around a stately home.
Please note: photos do not yet show the garden or exterior of the barn finished (due to be completed shortly).
EPC: TBC. Available Now.
Ground Floor Shower Room with W/C
Spacious Lounge with Wood Burning Stove
Superb Fitted Kitchen
Bathroom with Shower
En-Suite Bath/Shower Room
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