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PUBLISHED: 13:49 05 July 2016 | UPDATED: 13:49 05 July 2016

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A range of barns comes with this mid-19th century home at Great Ellingham

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This mid-19th century house comes with a range of traditional barns which have planning for separate residential conversion.

The house is classical in style, much like the one you might have drawn as a child, and has many of the original features including the arched fanlight over the door. It is fair to say the house would benefit from a gentle scheme of updating and there is plenty of room to extend if so desired – made easier as the house is not listed. The range of barns were used by a previous owner as a book store and a pottery, the kilns are still in place and being sold as part of the sale.

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Planning consent has been granted for separate residential conversion of the barns and it is an ideal property for two families, a single large family, those looking to work from home or simply as a stylish house with a good range of outbuildings.

The grounds extend to over an acre with two access points off the road.

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The location is ideal, being a little way out of the village with rural views to the rear and yet it has easy access to the A11, with Norwich just 16 miles away.

Brick Kiln Farm

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Hingham Road, Great Ellingham, near Attleborough;

For sale for £575,000 with TW Gaze on 01379 641341 or 01953 423188

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