Barn Conversion   4 bedroom(s)   3 bathroom(s)   3 reception room(s)
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This outstanding village home occupies a lovely position ideally placed for countryside walks whilst retaining quick access to commuter road and rail links. This barn was converted in 2004 following a meticulous programme of restoration supervised by a highly regarded charter surveyor. The emphasis was to ensure exceptional attention to detail and the right period features/materials were utilised to create this special home. Further benefits include a detached double garage, ample parking and large established garden. In all about 0.39 acres.
ENTRANCE HALL: With a 13ft high ceiling and accessed via an 11ft high wall of glass incorporating a central door. Attractive brick floor, exposed brick walls and a handmade central oak staircase rising to the galleried landing above and incorporating a 15ft high ceiling and open studwork. Suffolk latch doors open to:
DRAWING ROOM: (5.31m x 4.6m) 17'5" x 15'1" A splendid room, full of character with a substantial inglenook fireplace complete with oak bressumer and multi fuel stove on a brick hearth below. Slim casement windows, exposed beams and open studwork that links to:
LIVING ROOM: (7.65m x 2.79m) 25'1" x 9'2" A versatile addition with a high glass ceiling, tiled floor, exposed beams and door to the garden.
SNUG: (3.3m x 3.0m) 10'10" x 9'10" Currently utilised as a study and cleverly designed with a 5ft wide wall of open studwork that links to the living room to give a feeling of space and provide natural light.
DINING ROOM: (5.44m x 4.01m) 17'10" x 13'2" An atmospheric room with slim casement windows, exposed brickwork, beams and floor to ceiling inglenook fireplace with light oak bressumer and pamment tiled hearth.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: (5.03m x 5.0m) 16'6" x 16'5" Enjoying field views and finished with an extensive range of attractive solid wood units, thick granite shaped worktops and inset twin bowl enamel sink unit with mixer tap over and seperate drinking tap. There is a floor to ceiling feature fireplace, exposed brickwork and space below for a range cooker that incorporates cupboards either side and granite worktops. There is a leaded glass window, heated towel rail, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Integrated fridge and freezer. There are three large storage cupboards and door to:
Side vestibule: Shelved linen cupboard and stable door opening to the garden.
BATHROOM: With a large Jacuzzi bath, heated towel rail, WC and wash hand basin.
GALLERIED LANDING: A light area with views over the entrance hall and an Oak loft ladder staircase to the second floor, exposed oak beams and doors to:
BEDROOM 1: (5.13m x 3.91m) 16'10" (into recess) x 12'10" With a wall of glass that in turn provides for stunning views taking in the garden and countryside beyond. There are exposed beams and a Suffolk latch oak door to:
En-Suite: Large double shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.
BEDROOM 2: (5.13m x 3.91m) 16'10" (into recess) x 12'10" Exposed beams and Suffolk latch door to:
En-Suite: Large shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin with storage below.
BEDROOM 3: (4.93m x 3.1m) 16'2" x 10'2" Enjoying far reaching field views and exposed beams.
OCCASIONAL BED/HOBBY ROOM: (9.27m x 3.07m) 30'5" x 10'1" (maximum floor measurement) Accessed via an oak loft ladder staircase. Offering the potential for a variety of uses and leading to further ancillary rooms currently utilised as loft storage.
Outside A long gravel drive provides AMPLE PARKING for a number of vehicles and in turn leads to:
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE: Twin electric up and over doors, light and power connected. Personal door to rear.
The gardens are one of the property's most attractive features cleverly designed with entertaining/dining alfresco in mind and incorporating Rose and Lavender bordered terraces, meandering brick pathways, expanses of lawn, established fruit trees, colourful beds and a large vegetable garden. Useful shed with power and water. There is a Summer House and a particularly charming STUDIO (18'7" x 8') a versatile room with double doors opening onto terracing, natural light, a tiled floor, exposed brickwork and power and light connected.
In all about 0.39 acres.
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