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The house has stylish modern fittings, blended with the white painted original brickwork, exposed timbers and glass panels.
The new owner of this quirky property will need some dough to buy it as the converted granary home is on the market for £495,000.
The Grade II listed Old Granary sits on the banks of the Norfolk Broads.
It was once used to store grain that was transported in wherries - boats that would sail right under the granaries.
The 212-year-old building was mentioned by renowned architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner in his Buildings of Norfolk.