Property of the week: Contemporary home with rich industrial history in Station Yard
A fine contemporary home with a rich industrial DNA within easy walking distance of Hadleigh town centre
By Derek Davis
15th Sep 2022 | Property of the Week
If you are looking for a new home on or near the Shotley peninsula, then look no further than our Property Of The Week features, which showcase the most interesting homes for sale on our Peninsula Nub News property pages, now being sponsored by estate agents Chapman Sickels.
This week's outstanding home on offer is this fine contemporary home with a rich industrial history on the market with Chapman Stickels for £735k.
Number five Station Yard is a quite stunning conversion of part of the Grade II listed former 'Wilsons' Corn Mill located a short distance from Hadleigh town centre.
Originally converted by East Anglian Renovations, the focal point of this impressive home is the 40' high glazed atrium which floods the whole property with natural light.
The property is decorated with neutral Farrow & Ball paintwork throughout.
Station Yard combines the best of both worlds, 'Victorian' character with the advantages of modern living.
The wonderful ground floor kitchen is fully fitted with 'Schreiber' kitchen units, black granite worktops, twin ovens, fridge, freezer, fur ring halogen hob with extractor over, wine cooler, dishwasher, cupboards and drawers.
On the first floor the 40' long sitting room has two pairs of south west facing double doors giving distant views over the neighbouring countryside.
The 4/5 bedrooms on the upper two floors are both spacious and bright and complimented by three stylish bathrooms, two of which are ensuite.
Number five Station Yard is conveniently located, within a cul-de-sac close to Hadleigh town centre.
There is a secure lock-up garage with a two-bay carport in front. On the first floor the courtyard garden has been cleverly landscaped with well stocked borders and paved terrace.
Chapman Stickels is a company of independent estate agents established in September 2019, headed by the two founding partners Robert Chapman and Benedict Stickels.