Property SummaryAn exceptional barn conversion, full of character and situated on a fine plot in excess of ONE and a QUARTER ACRES.
Well positioned to take full advantage of its rural surroundings and outstanding countryside views.
OVER 2,700 sq. ft. of accommodation providing superbly adaptable living space with a charming rustic feel.
Reception hall with wood burning stove, guest cloakroom, a spacious sitting/dining room with an INGLENOOK FIREPLACE and French doors to the garden; a superb kitchen/breakfast room with an extensive range of BESPOKE furniture with hardwood work surfaces and a stone open fireplace, there is also a practical scullery/utility room.
A galleried first floor landing overlooks the hall with full-height ceiling and has a useful study area. The master bedroom features a wood burning stove and a ‘Jack and Jill’ bathroom and enjoys far reaching views to the south and west. The guest bedroom also has en-suite facilities, with bedroom three using the family bathroom. There are two large attic bedrooms on the mezzanine, each of which is accessed by their own staircase.
Timber, brick and tiled with Oak panelled front door.
Quarry tiled floor.
Quarry tiled floor and fitted with suite comprising hand basin and WC.
Front Reception Hall
13' x 11' 3" (3.96m x 3.43m)
With full height ceiling and Minstrel Gallery. Brick fireplace housing wood burning stove, exposed ceiling and support beams. Turning staircase to first floor.
25' 5" x 18' 6" (7.75m x 5.64m)
Brick Inglenook with fire basket, tiled hearth and Oak bressumer. exposed ceiling and support beams, double 'Gothic' style glazed doors to garden. Dining area with exposed beams and part glazed door to garden.
20' 1" x 18' 3" (6.12m x 5.56m)
A bespoke 'Rustic' kitchen with a range of painted units and hardwood work surfaces, inset enamelled sink and drainer, matching central Island, tiled recess housing duel fuel range with 6 ring hob, double oven and grill. Stone fireplace with raised hearth, fire basket and bressumer, brick pamment flooring, exposed ceiling and support beams, recessed ceiling down lighters. Double 'Gothic' style glazed doors to front and window and glazed stable door to side offering views over open countryside.
Quarry tiled floor, double butler sink, bespoke base cupboards, plumbing for automatic washing machine, oil-fired boiler, exposed beams.
First Floor Galleried Landing
Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and A frames, two sets of steps to second floor.
LANDING BEDROOM/STUDY AREA.
16' 8" x 16' 1" (5.08m x 4.90m)
Brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and incorporating wood burning stove, wall light points, ceiling cross beam, windows to two aspects enjoying wonderful countryside views.
Jack and Jill Bathroom
Fitted with white suite comprising contemporary free-standing bath with mixer taps, granite counter with wash bowl, recess with WC. Travertine tiled floor and walls to half-height, heated towel rail, recessed ceiling down lighters. Exposed beams and brickwork.
13' 1" x 12' 6" (3.99m x 3.81m)
Exposed beams, window to side.
En Suite Shower
Tiled shower enclosure with glazed screen, washbasin, low level WC. Tiled splash backs, exposed beams and brick work.
15' 9" x 9' 5" (4.80m x 2.87m)
Exposed beams, window to front.
Fitted with white suite comprising contemporary free-standing bath with mixer taps, washbasin and WC. Travertine tiled floor and splash tiling, heated towel rail, vanity mirror and display recesses, vaulted ceiling.
Timber steps to:
Galleried Study Area
18' 1" x 14' 8" (5.51m x 4.47m)
Some restricted head height. Velux style window affording countryside views to the east.
Second staircase leading to:
14' 7" x 14' 8" (4.45m x 4.47m)
Some restricted head height. Velux style window affording countryside views to the west.
The property is situated to the front of a fine plot in excess of one and a quarter acres. A five bar gate opens onto the gravelled front drive which provides ample parking/turning space. The attractive frontage offers a formal lawn, mature trees, well stocked shaped beds and climbing roses. A second gated access at the rear leads to additional parking and the substantial garage/ workshop with light and power connected. The extensive gardens are predominantly lawn, interspersed with a variety of mature trees and there is an adjoining paddock and natural pond.
Note: - Planning permission (now lapsed) has been granted in the past for conversion of the garage to annexe accommodation and the erection of additional garaging/studio/workshop.
Marketed by Town-and-Country.
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