Clock House Road, Little Burstead

OIRO £950,000 - Available

Boasting a discreet situation within a farmyard setting in the picturesque village of Little Burstead, this exceptional home with eco-friendly credentials has been painstakingly converted from a derelict agricultural building by the present owners who instructed well respected GI Hutton barn specialists in 2015,

This former store was subject to a comprehensive and exhaustive program of conversion with an emphasis on the sourcing of appropriate, top-quality materials, successfully preserving the historic character of the building. Thought to date from 18-19th Century and originally part of neighbouring Bullers Farm, the property enjoys views over a paddock opposite with countryside walks across the surrounding landscape on its doorstep, while the bustling town of Billericay with a range of amenities and mainline railway station is just a short drive away.

Approached via a gravel drive and offering a first glimpse of the adjoining paddock, the property occupies a generously sized and well-maintained plot with the opportunity of stabling on a livery basis together with use of equestrian facilities being available by separate private negotiation with the owner of Bullers Farm.

This outstanding home boasts a luxurious internal specification with high-end appointments, integrated seamlessly with carefully sourced materials, preserving the charming character of the original architecture whilst providing a wealth of classically understated luxury. In addition to the lovely breakfast kitchen, the property features a wonderful, individually designed living space and three separate reception rooms, versatile enough to meet the needs of any owner, the open plan galleried landing and glass panel stairs gives this barn an added level of spaciousness to the design.

Three unique and well-spaced first floor bedrooms, enjoy the use of an en suite facility together with a four-piece bathroom and just like the ground floor central living space, all rest beneath the dramatic pitch and substantial timbers of The Barn`s roof, the result of which is a stunning lifestyle environment for any family to embrace throughout the seasonal changes of the year.


The dual height glazed entrance and 2.12m high substantial Oak door gives both a welcoming and bright space at the front of the property and in-turn illuminates this large reception area

Main Central Day Room Living Space 9.14m x 4.25m > 4.13m ( 29ft11 x 13ft11 > 13ft6)
The wood-burning stove imbues this considerable space with a cosy ambience in which oak floors with under floor heating flow and a glass panelled staircase gently bisects the room to distinguish between sitting, lounging and dining spaces, while bringing a subtle contemporary edge this character filled home.

Rear Sitting Area 3.05m x 2.4m (10ft x 7ft10)
Overlooking the rear garden and with bi-fold doors, this additional reception space with oak flooring leads directly into both the study and music room.

Gym/Music Room 3.05m x 2.42m (10ft x 7ft11)
Both the rear reception rooms look onto the garden, are of good proportions and versatile enough to suit almost any purpose.

Study/Bedroom Four 2.96m x 2.39m (9ft8 x 7ft10)
Again, a similar size to the gym/music room and an optional fourth bedroom if required these rooms show an area of the Oak base plate.

Kitchen 7.22m x 3.89m (23ft8 x 12ft9)
The breakfast kitchen features a vaulted ceiling with chunky exposed timber supports to add character to this excellent family space and comfortable morning room with underfloor heating warming the flagstone flooring. Enjoying multiple windows overlooking both the paddock to the front and double doors out to the garden to the rear this room is bathed in natural light and sunshine.

A well-chosen Neptune, Chichester design fitted kitchen with chrome grab handles is topped with sleek white marble which brings elegance to the units that house a concealed Siemens fridge, freezer and dishwasher. In addition, the Redfyne range cooker with warm front technology, central island with breakfast bar and a freestanding butchers block adds a farmhouse feel to the classic modern theme.

From the kitchen, oak steps lead to the main dining area and a door also leads into the rear utility room,

Utility Room 2.45m x 2.08m (8ft x 6ft9)
The flagstone floor continues into this utility and a wood block worktop has space under for laundry appliances and water softener. There is a rear door to the garden and a Ledge and Brace door to the.

Sympathetically chosen to be in keeping with the styling there is white low level wc and vanity unit with wash-hand basin to match.

Play/Media Room 5.28m x 3.7m (17ft3 x 12ft1)
Positioned just off the cosy lounge area and with matching Oak floors and inset downlighters, this room looks out to the front and has doors opening onto the garden.

Galleried Landing 5.85m x 4.29m max (19ft2 x 14ft)
An outstanding space with glass panel sides and approached by a glass panel Oak staircase with a soft central carpet runner. Natural light comes in from the dual height glazed entrance and ledge and brace doors lead from each end of this "T shaped" landing to the bedrooms.

Bedroom One 5.28m x 3.7m (17ft3 x 12ft1)
A comfortable double room with both a skylight window and lower level window, the vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers give you a gentle reminder of the style this home enjoys.

Open access from the bedroom leads into the Dressing Area fitted with wardrobes to each wall, a door then leads into the

En-Suite Shower Room
Neatly fitted and stylishly presented with a vanity unit and wash basin, a white low-level WC and a shower cubicle.

Bedroom Two 4.13m x 3.18m (13ft6 x 10ft5)
A dramatic vaulted ceiling approx. 3.42m high, together with a high-level window, a skylight window and a low level window will set this room apart from any others you will.

Bedroom Three 3.14m x 2.64m (10ft3 x 8ft7)
A delightful room with an enchanting glazed vaulted window that looks out over the garden and provides an individually to this bedroom that is hard to beat.

Family Bathroom 2.96m x 2.39m (9ft8 x 7ft10)
This generously sized bathroom is fitted in a white suite to match that of the en-suite and cloakroom and consists of a low-level WC, a vanity unit with circular basin and mixer taps, a shower cubicle with a low-profile tray and rain head shower but the main focal point and giving an added touch of understated luxury is the classic freestanding roll-top bath with a contemporary earl grey finish and wall mounted mixer taps for clean lines.


Approached by a shared gravel drive access off the Clock House Road and flanked by the adjoining paddock this driveway leads to the barn where there is a wide parking area and picket fence which encloses the paved path and access to the front door.

Rear Garden
The rear garden is enclosed by fencing, measures approx. 90` x 65` and is mainly lawn with a paved convenience path surrounding the property and two patio areas. These are positioned to the rear of kitchen and the other is to the rear of the sitting area and easily accessed internally by the bi-fold doors which are set in the rear gable projection of this lovely barn with contrasting windows to ensure externally, there is a gentle nod towards the subtle contemporary aesthetics.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Property Features

  • Superb Barn Conversion
  • 2000sqft of Luxurious Character Accommodation
  • Wonderful, Individually Designed Living Space
  • Three Individual First Floor Bedrooms
  • Viewing Recommended
  • Eco-Friendly Credentials With Renewable Heat Incentive
  • Generously Sized and Well-Maintained Plot
  • 3 Separate Reception Rooms, Versatile Enough To Meet the Needs Of Any Owner
  • En-Suite Shower and Family Bathroom with Freestanding Roll-Top Bath

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