Luxurious 16th century Grade II listed thatched Norfolk threshing barn
Hoste Barn has been sympathetically restored from a characterful threshing barn. It is near the coast, the Broads, and Norwich. It stands in unspoilt countryside with its own tennis court. Nearby are excellent restaurants and pubs. The property features a 50ft vaulted original timber framed roof. Although 16C the modern interior contains HiFi, WiFi, plasma, Blu-ray and real fire. Pets are welcome.
Hoste Barn has been sympathetically restored maintaining all its vernacular past whilst incorporating many modern features. It sits in the beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds of the 16th century wool merchant’s manor house, which won the Graham Allen Award for Conservation.
Hoste Barn is ideally situated to explore the North Norfolk coast, the Norfolk Broads and the cathedral city of Norwich, all within about 20 minutes by car. Standing in unspoilt countryside, not far from the National Trust's Blickling and Felbrigg estates, Hoste Barn has a number of excellent restaurants and pubs nearby.
Hoste Barn is a stunning property featuring throughout a 50ft vaulted, original timber framed roof, giving an immense sense of space and light from all perspectives. Antique yorkstone flags, oak and granite blend harmoniously throughout.
The fully fitted oak and granite kitchen is open plan with entrance hall and snug, a perfect place to cook whilst chatting with family and friends whilst enjoying the evening sunset. The spectacular barn room is the setting for the dining and seating areas which benefit from 50 inch Plasma screen and Bluray, full cinema surround sound, DVD and music system. Its focal point being a beautifully minimalist Dru gas fire.
The mezzanine master bedroom is set within the eaves of the barn with oak floor boards, en suite with large double ended bath. The downstairs bedroom can be made with linked beds, into a double or 2 singles, and features a remarkable en suite with wet room shower and twin stone sinks.