Character countryside and five bedrooms with this Great Barton home priced at £600,000

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Field views, an orchard, a 2.4 acre plot, and five bedrooms, Pheasant House is a detached home boasting a wealth of character.

The family home in Great Barton features exposed beams, studwork, inglenook fireplaces, and four paddocks.

The main entrance leads to doors to a shower room, and the first of the bedroooms.

Both the reception room and separate dining room feature solid pine flooring, an exposed brick fireplace with Bressumer beam, the former with an inset multi-fuel wood burner whil the latter has an inset gas fire.

The kitchen/ breakfast room is fitted with Magnet solid frame kitchen units, granite work surfaces, a Butler sink with Victorian style mixer taps, hand painted Turkish tiles, integral dishwasher, bins, an island unit, and underfloor heating.

There is also a walk in larder, boot room, Wc and utility room.

Upstairs bedroom one has an ensuite bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle, and a door to a dressing room with two double wardrobes.

One of the other three bedrooms features an inbuilt three door wardrobe.

Pheasant House in Great Barton is on the market for £600,000.

Lacy Scott and Knight in Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, are agents for the owners.

To arrange a viewing or for more information contact them on 01284 748600 or 01449 612384.

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