See the incredible transformation of an 'ugly' barn into a £1.2 million dream home
PUBLISHED: 08:00 25 February 2020 | UPDATED: 09:00 25 February 2020
A property developer with a knack of converting uninspiring old farm buildings has done it again – this time with an old barn near Norwich.
Rob Lond-Caulk, boss of RSLC Developments, based in King Street, Norwich, has been working on an uninspiring barn situated at Wramplingham.
Over the past year he's transformed Hilltop Barn into a luxury conversion.
Inside it's open plan with lots of windows and sliding doors to beautiful landscaped gardens. The massive space is divided into a modern kitchen with stools and a breakfast bar in sleek charcoal grey. A modern open tread glass staircase takes you to a smart master bedroom suite with doors to a balcony and en suite bathroom with a large contemporary tub.
There are three further bedrooms upstairs and gorgeous views out over the gardens. Upstairs the rooms are carpeted in grey and there is a fith bedroom downstairs with a separate shower room.
Mr Lond-Caulk did a similar conversion of a redundant farm building back in 2018 in Great Ellingham. He said: "We've done it again. Turned an ugly barn into a £1 million plus dream home."
The property is going on the market for a guide of £1.2 million with agents Sowerbys.
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