Steading Mews is an exclusive development of six stunning barns, nestled in the beautiful Breckland countryside between the villages of Holme Hale and Ashill.
Each barn will feature its own unique and distinctive character with superb, landscaped gardens, coupled with an incredibly high specification and attention to detail, to ensure each property offers a perfect amount of living space and an abundance of natural light, together with character features throughout.
Each home has been meticulously designed to the highest levels of craftsmanship creating beautiful spaces that are both functional and harmonious.
Phase one of the development is now complete and phase two properties will be ready between February and summer 2023.
Steading Mews is situated in a sought-after, rural location surrounded by wonderful Norfolk countryside.
Nestled between the charming villages of Holme Hale, which is a traditional village with church and village hall, and within a mile of the village of Ashill, enjoying a local shop, an excellent Farm Shop with its own orchard producing apple and pear juices, a public house and primary school. This is true Norfolk country living.
Steading Mews is located within six miles of the thriving market town of Swaffham, with a choice of public houses, cafés, independent shops, supermarkets and a bustling Saturday market with twice monthly Farmer’s market. Twenty miles to the west is the town of Kings Lynn, which offers a full range of facilities and thirty miles east, is the historic city of Norwich; this acclaimed Cathedral city offers a wealth of cultural activities, excellent private and state education, and shopping, including Europe’s largest permanent market.
The beautiful North Norfolk coastline is easily reached via Dereham, Fakenham and Holt, with Thetford Forest only a short drive away.
The A47 is close-by, providing connections to North, Cambridge, Stansted Airport and London with Norwich International Airport, serving domestic and European destinations.
Virtual Tour - The Forge
Virtual Tour - The Dairy
Every Steading Mews property is a high quality, traditionally built barn, featuring its own unique and distinctive characteristics throughout.
Choice of kitchen unit colour (depending on stage of construction/deposit required).
LVT flooring (J2 ‘natural timbers’) with the option to upgrade (depending on stage of construction/deposit required)
Arcadia quartz work surface (option to pay for upgrade, depending on stage of construction)
Built in appliances including Neff Slide & Hide oven, Neff Induction hob, extractor, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and wine cooler.
Water softener Boiling water tap Space for washing machine and tumble dryer in utility
Bathrooms and en-suites
Choice of colour for wall and floor tiles (depending on stage of construction)
Stylish fully fitted bathrooms with luxury bathroom fittings
Free-standing stone resin bath where applicable
Heating, lighting and electrical
Underfloor air source heating with individual thermostats
Wood burning stove in living room
LED lighting in the bathroom, en-suite and kitchen
TV point in all main rooms
USB points in kitchen and master bedroom
Electric car charger in cart-lodge
CCTV and alarm system
External power point
LVT flooring (J2 natural timbers) to kitchen and utility. (Choice of flooring depending on stage of construction/deposit require)
Solid oak ledge and brace doors
Bespoke fitted wardrobe to master bedroom (Choice of colour depending on stage of build)
Bespoke fitted wine cellar
High specification throughout
Indian sandstone patios to the rear and paths to the front (choice to upgrade to larger patio area/deposit required)
Fully landscaped garden
Tar and stone shingle driveways
Outside water tap
Power and light to the cart lodge
Triple glazed “Ali-Clad” windows
High levels of insulation
Painted brickwork to the original barn (where applicable), with a mixture of new brickwork and larch cladding Silver lindab guttering
Mains water, electricity, sewage treatment plant, fibre technology (FTTB)
Driveway to barns will have rights of way granted for access with the cost of maintenance (as and when required) split between all 6 barns