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]s.com
Beautiful cottage at Horstead comes with thatched roof and wooden beams