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St Johns Fen End - Nr Wisbech

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Reference: gh312845
Price: Guide price £500,000
Village and Nearest Town: St Johns Fen End, Wisbech
Location: Rural
Type: Converted Barn /Building
Period: Character
Status: Sold
Tenure: Freehold
Bedrooms: 4
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A State Of The Art Barn Conversion + Further Barn For Conversion, Stables & Large Outbuilding

5 ACRES (stms) - Situated in a semi rural location and within easy travelling to Downham Market, Wisbech or Kings Lynn, this stunning Hi Tec barn conversion has been finished to the highest of standards by the current owners and now provides a spacious and comfortable family home with room to grow. The converted barn is double glazed, ground source heat pump, whole house ventilation system, recycled water system, underfloor heating, music system to most rooms, built in vacuum system, remote opening Velux windows, intelligent lighting controls and in brief comprises, a principle bedroom with en-suite wet room and dressing area, second bedroom with additional mezzanine floor, third double bedroom and a luxury family bathroom. On the ground floor is an impressive fitted kitchen having an extensive range of fitted units, AGA, central island and is open plan to the dining area which leads to the large sun room. There is also a 30’ sitting room with feature fireplace with modern log burning stove, play/cinema room, study/bedroom four and a cloak/wet room. Outside, the property sits well back from the road and is entered via a farm gate opening into large gravelled courtyard providing access to the house, attached double garage with underfloor heating, brick barn with planning to make a four bedroom dwelling, ‘National’ timbers buildings comprising four stables, workshop, and store. There is a circa 3 acre (stms) fenced paddock and a substantial ‘Atcost’ Building approx 90’  x 45’ with lean-to.

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Front View
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Front View
Front View
Kitchen Diner
Kitchen Diner
Sitting Room
Sitting Room
Dining Area
Dining Area
Sun Lounge
Sun Lounge
Spiral Staircase
Spiral Staircase
Galleried Landing
Galleried Landing
Principal Bedroom
Principal Bedroom
Bedroom Two
Bedroom Two
Family Bathroom
Family Bathroom
Rear View
Rear View
Barn with Planning
Barn with Planning
Atcost Building
Atcost Building
Stable Block
Stable Block
Paddock & Land
Paddock & Land
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The property is approached off a gravel driveway via steps and a ramp leading to a decked terrace on to a storm porch with a solid oak entrance door having windows to either side.



Two arched windows to front, inset spotlights, exposed beams, tiled floor having underfloor heating, stone spiral staircase to the first floor and is open plan to;



29’10” x 21’6” (9.07m x 6.6m)

Kitchen area;17’4” x 15’9”

Window to the rear and a fully glazed door to the rear porch, door to the utility room, solid oak base and wall units having butchers block style worktop, tiled splash areas, large central island having granite worktop and inset double butler sink, cream coloured ‘AGA’, integral ‘Hotpoint’ dishwasher and fridge, plate and wine racks, exposed beams and inset spotlights and a tiled floor having underfloor heating.


Dining area;12’6” x 21’6”

A peninsular island of units separate the kitchen and dining area which has a window to the rear, one full length window and arched window to the front over looking the courtyard and two archways leading to;



21’8” x 13’6” (6.6m x 4.11m)

Two large windows to the side with views over  paddocks, arched window to front looking over the courtyard, French doors to the rear garden, exposed brickwork, semi-vaulted ceiling and tiled flooring. 



10’1” x 7’1” (3.07m x 2.16m)

Housing all plant and controls for the ground source heating system, under floor heating, 'Univac' vacuum collection point, rainwater recycling and purifying system. There is tiled flooring, space and plumbing for a washing machine and an American style fridge freezer.



Fully glazed with door to the rear and windows to sides.



Fully tiled, close coupled WC, modern style wash basin on a timber stand, 'Aqualisa' wall mounted shower, extractor fan and inset spotlights.



30’ x 19’7” (9.13m x 6m)

Windows to three sides and a Velux window to the rear, solid oak flooring, exposed timbers and brick work, vaulted ceiling and a feature brick fireplace having a modern wood burner on a slate hearth with Bressumer beam over.



15’8” x 10’10” (4.78m x 3.29m)

Window to the side overlooking the courtyard, tiled flooring, exposed brick work, spot lights, loft access, ceiling mounted aerial and sockets for a projector.



15’8” x 10’10” (4.78m x 3.51m)

Window to the side overlooking the courtyard, integral door leading to the garage, range of fitted office furniture, inset ceiling spotlights and tiled flooring.



Window to the front, electric control panel for opening Velux windows, spotlights, oak flooring and a semi-vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.



22’10” x 15’ (6.9m x 4.57m)

Windows to the rear, side and a Velux to the rear, vaulted ceiling having exposed beams, uplighters, spot lights, dressing area with four built in wardrobes and door to the en-suite.



8’6” x 7’5” (2.58m x 2.25m)

Windows to the side and front, fully tiled walls and floor, close coupled WC, teak and bamboo vanity unit having twin circular wash hand basins with mixer taps over, vanity light, ‘Triton’ wall mounted shower, vaulted ceiling, chrome towel radiator and exposed beams.



12’8” x 11’8” (2.58m x 2.25m)

Window and a Velux window to the rear, part vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and oak ladder leading to;



13’ x 11’8” (3.97m x 3.55m)

Velux window, vaulted ceiling and inset ceiling lights.



16’ x 10’10” (4.87m x 3.3m)

Window to the rear, built in wardrobe/cupboard housing the whole house ventilation system, vanity unit having circular wash hand basin and inset ceiling spotlights.



Window to front, tiled walls and floor, modern timber table having a granite top with circular wash hand basin, roll top slipper bath with claw feet, mixer tap with shower attachment, close coupled WC, contemporary wall mounted towel radiator, large walk in shower with glass screening, ‘Triton’ shower and an extractor fan.



Old stable barn is approached off the road via a five bar gate leading onto a large gravelled front courtyard style garden having a pond with re-cycling tank which feeds to the paddocks, bog garden and raised flower beds.


The rear garden is lawned and has a large terrace area and patios all with views over the paddocks.


The courtyard provides access to the house, outbuildings, stabling and via a covered gated archway to the paddocks and ‘Atcost’ building at the rear.



22’8” x 17’12 (6.9m x 5.2m)

Brick construction on a concrete base, two timber doors off the courtyard, power, light and water connected, eaves storage and underfloor heating. Internal door from the study in the main house.


The stables and all timber buildings described below are built by ‘National’.



Timber construction on a concrete base with hard standing to either side, water, power and lighting connected. The stables adjoin the barn for conversion.


  • Two stables @ 17’10” x 14’



Timber construction with double doors providing access to the field and rear access. The hay/garden store measures 17’ x 9’



49’11” x 15’2”

Twin timber vehicular doors to the front, two Velux roof windows, split level floor, power and lighting connected, wash hand basin and eaves storage.



Adjoining the workshop. Timber construction on a concrete base with hard standing to the front.


  • Two stables @ 15’ x 14’



Adjoining the above stables. Timber construction on a concrete base, anodized aluminium roof, power and lighting.


Previously a small piggery or ideal as a small pony/Shetland pony box, having power and lighting.



The large fenced paddock is to the side of the property opposite the barn for conversion and has water connected. A private track leads between the barns and paddock to the rear of the property to a large hard standing and the ‘Atcost’ building.



There property has a large brick built barn adjoining the garage and stabling with full planning permission to convert into a four bedroom dwelling. Drains have been installed and signed off. In the agents opinion there is scope to divide the property in order to make the existing dwelling and the barn once converted separate, each with its own driveway and gardens.

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Last Updated: Tuesday 31st January 2023