Located in a rural position with stunning unspoilt views over open fields to the front and rear is this traditional styled four bedroom converted barn, well set back from the roadside and approached via a sweeping private driveway. Occupying a total plot of 3.6 acres which incorporates two fenced paddocks and a fold yard with a triple stable and a row of newly rebuilt barns that could offer potential conversion for an annex/holiday let (subject to consent). The property has a rustic style in keeping with the character of the building with arched windows, exposed beams and brick pillars, with newly replaced uPVC double glazed windows throughout and oiled fired heating in place. The accommodation comprises: entrance hall with stable door, fitted dining kitchen with integrated appliances, separate utility room, study, ground floor cloakroom and the lounge, to the first floor are four double bedrooms, ensuite shower to the master and the house bathroom.
A stable door with glazed arch surround leads into the entrance hall with exposed brick feature walls and pillars, wooden beams to the ceiling, tiled flooring, central heating radiator, ceiling light, spindled staircase to the first floor and a further door opening to the front garden.
Kitchen DinerDimension: 6.60 x 4.30 (21'7" x 14'1")
Spacious fitted dining kitchen with cream units to the base and walls with contrasting granite work surfaces over and matching upstands, with an inset stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap, fitted electric double oven and hob with extraction fan, integrated fridge and a dishwasher. Tiled flooring, spot lights to the ceiling, two central heating radiators, two front facing windows and two further arched windows to the rear.
UtilityDimension: 4.40 x 1.50 (14'5" x 4'11")
Leading on from the kitchen is the utility room with a door out to the rear garden, side facing window, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, tiled flooring, ceiling light, central heating radiator and the floor mounted oil fired boiler.
CloakroomDimension: 2.50 x 1.15 (8'2" x 3'9")
Ground floor WC with has hand basin.
StudyDimension: 2.50 x 1.70 (8'2" x 5'6")
Home office space fitted with useful shelving, with a rear facing window, ceiling light and central heating radiator.
LoungeDimension: 6.35 x 4.35 (20'9" x 14'3")
Good size living room with two feature arched windows to the rear aspect and two further windows to the front providing plenty of natural lighting and making the most of those stunning views. With a rustic exposed brick fire surround with flagstone hearth, two ceiling lights, walls lights and two central heating radiators.
Galleried landing with a wooden balustrade with spindles and pillars, built in airing cupboard housing the immersion tank, ceiling lights, central heating radiators, two front facing windows and two rear facing windows.
Bedroom OneDimension: 4.90 x 4.60 (16'0" x 15'1")
Master bedroom with ensuite shower room, with windows to the front and side aspects, ceiling light and central heating radiator.
EnsuiteDimension: 1.90 x 2.60 (6'2" x 8'6")
Fitted with a white three piece suite comprising alcove shower cubicle with mains fed shower unit and wet wall splash back panelling, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splash backs, ceiling light, extraction fan and central heating radiator.
House BathroomDimension: 2.60 x 2.85 (8'6" x 9'4")
Fitted with a white three piece bathroom suite comprising shower bath with mains fed heritage style shower with glass splash screen, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Half tiled walls, ceiling light, central heating radiator and a window to the rear aspect.
Bedroom TwoDimension: 4.90 x 2.70 (16'0" x 8'10")
Double bedroom with windows to the side and rear, ceiling light and central heating radiator.
Bedroom ThreeDimension: 3.50 x 4.25 (11'5" x 13'11")
Double bedroom with two front facing windows, ceiling light and central heating radiator.
Bedroom FourDimension: 2.90 x 3.50 (9'6" x 11'5")
Double bedroom with a front facing window, ceiling light and central heating radiator.
The property occupies a total plot size of 3.6 acres comprising of of two well fenced grassed paddocks, one used for horses and a smaller one previously used for sheep.The property is well set back from the roadside and is approached by a private driveway which leads past the stable block and continues through five bar gates to the rear of the stable yard where there is a parking area for multiple cars and a large greenhouse. The property enjoys laid to lawn gardens to three sides and backs on to open farm land to the rear.
StablesDimension: 18.00 x 5.10 (59'0" x 16'8")
Brick built triple stable under a pan tiled roof with hay loft, power, lighting and water laid on. Barn doors open to the front paddocks and a pedestrian door leads into the stable yard. Grassed stable yard with a fenced chicken run/coup, enclosed by walled boundaries with vehicular gates to the front driveway and further access to the rear.
Converted BarnsDimension: 1.85 x 1.30 (6'0" x 4'3")
1.85m x 1.30m (6' 1" x 4' 3") - WC 3.85m x 4.90m (12' 8" x 16' 1") - Store Room 36.40m x 4.90m (21' x 16' 1") - Store Room 25.60m x 4.90m (18' 4" x 16' 1") -Store RoomThree newly rebuilt barns of block and brick construction under a pan tiled roof, currently used for storage but with power laid on, water and drainage and electric heating in place. Could offer potential for conversion to living accommodation subject to all necessary planning consents.
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