Beech Tree Barns is a charming conversion of a 16th century barn by local conversion specialists Teamworks.
Great attention to detail has been paid, retaining elements of the original aggricultural building while incorporating the advantages of modern technology and specifications.
So the £299,950 character country home boasts a high-pressure water system, high-efficiency LPG heating, hand-made shaker-style kitchen and modern bathroom suites.
A large proportion of the accommodation is arranged on the ground floor.
The reception area with handmade shelving , leads into a sitting room with wood-burning stove and doors to a 17ft 9in kitchen/breakfast room.
Off that is a garden room and porch with delightful views of the garden and farmland beyond.
To the southern end of the ground-floor , on the other side of the reception hall, is a 16ft by 10ft 5in double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an adjoining bathroom.
On the first-floor is a landing area, with useful storage cupboard, and two further double bedrooms, the smallest of which is 12ft by 10ft 5in.
The principal bathroom, with sits eparate shower cubicle, is also on this floor.
Beech Tree Barns is approached from the village lane by a large gravelled driveway with a parking area, which in turn leads to a double garage with power and light connected.
To the front of the house is a brick-and-flint wall and gate, giving access to a small courtyard and pathway to the property.
The rear garden has been beautifully kept, being predominantly lawned, with terrace, flowering beds and hedging.
Wortham is a lively rural community, with an active cricket and football club, tennis courts, bowls club, a Post Office, award-winning Tea Shop and popular pub.
There are extensive areas of common land nearby.
It is about two miles from Diss, 19 from Bury St Edmunds and 29 from Norwich.
The agents are Duttons in Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, on 01284 749 433 or email@example.com