Tra­di­tional charm


Mill Road, Horstead with Arnolds Keys Col­lec­tion at £650,000

An idyl­lic lo­ca­tion, im­mense char­ac­ter and charm and de­light­ful gar­dens make this Grade II Listed sta­bles con­ver­sion a perfect Broad­land home. Just across the lane from Horstead Lock on the up­per reaches of the River Bure, the stylish, well-pre­sented ac­com­mo­da­tion has the im­pres­sive feel of the best barn con­ver­sions as well as the cot­tage feel of a thatched house.

The at­trac­tive open-plan kitchen/din­ing/fam­ily room is the hub of this lovely fam­ily home and the stun­ning first floor has four bed­rooms, master en-suite and a very stylish fam­ily bath­room. In the grounds there is a de­tached guest suite with ad­join­ing garage, work­shop and store/sail loft.

The re­cep­tion hall is an im­pres­sive space with dou­ble height ceil­ing and an at­trac­tive be­spoke open tread and wrought iron stair­case and her­ring­bone pat­terned wooden floor­ing. The sit­ting room has an ex­posed brick chimney breast with tiled hearth and stove, wooden floor­ing and French doors to the gar­den.

The L-shaped kitchen has a range of fit­ted units with tim­ber work tops, and in­te­grated five ring gas hob with ex­trac­tor hood above, Neff dou­ble elec­tric oven and but­ler’s sink with mixer tap.

Up­stairs the master bed­room has a vaulted ceil­ing, ex­posed wooden floor and en-suite bath­room with Jacuzzi-style bath, tiled shower cu­bi­cle, bidet, WC and basin.

Horstead is a pop­u­lar Broad­land vil­lage with a renowned pub­lic house/ restau­rant, ser­vice sta­tion, del­i­catessen and florist.

Arnolds Keys Col­lec­tion Wrox­ham 01603 782053 wrox­[email protected]­

Beau­ti­ful cot­tage at Horstead comes with thatched roof and wooden beams

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