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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale
- Barn Conversion
- Rural Surroundings
- Hall Cloaks Utility Study
- Dining Kitchen Lounge
- 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms
- Parking Double Garage
An exceptionally well appointed and tastefully presented converted barn - forming part of a highly regarded development within attractive rural surroundings. Entrance Hall, Cloak Room with wc, Study, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room, Principal Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room and walk in closet, Guest Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, 2 further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. Three private parking spaces plus Double Garage. Attractive private garden areas which includes a large additional lawned garden area adjoining open countryside.
Arguably the flagship unit within this most attractive courtyard development, completed in 2000, the Clock House is enviably positioned having attractive rural views and one of the largest plots which adjoins open countryside. The Green End Farm development is located amidst pleasant open countryside and yet is within convenient travelling distance of day to day amenities, and has an excellent road network system close at hand providing access to North Wales, The Wirral, Liverpool and the historic city of Chester.
An internal inspection is recommended in order to appreciate this spacious and surprisingly light living space, which is also appointed and presented to a very high standard throughout. Warmed by a modern LPG fired heating system and fully double glazed, the accommodation lends itself well to family occupation and briefly includes a spacious L shaped Entrance Hall, Cloak Room with wc, a Study, cosy Sitting Room with feature fireplace and stove, a functional family sized L shaped Dining Kitchen with useful Utility Room. Off the First Floor galleried landing the Principal Bedroom has the benefit of a walk in closet and En-suite Shower Room, there is a Guest Bedroom which also has an en-suite shower facility plus extensive built in wardrobes. There are 2 further Bedrooms together with a family Bathroom.
To the front of the house there is a landscaped area of garden incorporating a central paved pathway, which is flanked by areas of lawn, two acer trees plus lavender, further shrubbery and box hedging. To the immediate rear of the house is a generous south facing paved patio area, suitable for barbequing/outdoor entertaining, this area provides ample space for outdoor furniture, and also has a pleasant covered arbour and borders containing shrubbery, flowering plants and established trees. A timber gate leads through to an additional and particularly generous section of lawned garden, fringed by established hedging and borders containing native shrubs, flowering plants etc. The garden also contains established trees and incorporates a timber garden shed and a raised decked sun terrace. The garden adjoins pleasant open farmland and provides a valuable additional outdoor space.
6.12m(20'1'') x 5.56m(18'3'')
With a large single up and over door with electric light and power.
In detail the accommodation comprises:
Feature original arched opening with part glazing entrance door.
Open Plan Dining Hall
7.87m(25'10'') x 3.58m(11'9'')
(widening to 18'2)
With stone flagged flooring, multiple recess downlighters, feature exposed brickwork, double glazed window overlooking the front garden. Turned staircase with exposed and varnished spindle balustrade to First Floor. Useful deep under stairs storage cupboard housing electricity consumer unit, electricity meter and clock timing mechanism. Door to
Period style suite comprising low level wc, pedestal wash basin with period style taps, stone flagged floor, radiator, partly tiled walls and extractor fan.
2.49m(8'2'') x 1.83m(6'0'')
With exposed and varnished pitch pine flooring, radiator, double glazed window overlooking the front garden, 4 recessed downlighters. Reclaimed pine feature partitioned walling, borrowing light from the Dining Hall. Telephone point (broadband connection).
5.38m(17'8'') x 5.21m(17'1'')
An attractive principal reception room with solid oak flooring throughout, 2 radiators in bespoke covers, feature exposed ceiling timber, connections for a wall mounted flat screen television. Focal exposed Cheshire brick chimney breast with brick arch, stone split level hearth and inset living flame cast iron stove. To the left and right hand chimney breast recesses, double glazed doors leading out to the rear garden. Recessed downlighters, fitted book cases with storage cupboards beneath, arched double glazed windows on 2 elevations.
5.31m(17'5'') x 5.23m(17'2'') overall
Attractive slate flooring, radiator, ample space for dining table and chairs, telephone point, feature exposed ceiling timbers, extensive fitted range of shaker style units comprising eye level cupboards with matching base cupboards and drawers. Solid granite working surfaces with matching granite up stand, and integral granite drainer and under set stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, with contemporary mixer tap. Space and connections for range style cooker with tiled splash back and stainless steel canopy type extractor hood above. Integrated full sized dishwasher, recess suitable for tall integrated refrigerator. Double glazed window to side and part glazed stable door to outside. Television aerial point and door to
Fitted eye level and base cupboards, laminated working surface, single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap, slate flooring, wall mounted LPG fired central heating boiler with adjacent hot water cylinder. Extractor fan, radiator and recess downlighters, plus space and plumbing connections for an automatic washing machine.
First Floor Landing
Spacious galleried landing with feature exposed purlins, original pitch pine truss and ceiling rafters. Two wall light points, double glazed window to side. Fitted book shelving, 3 wall light points, radiator and double glazed velux skylight.
5.51m(18'1'') x 4.34m(14'3'')
A spacious principal bedroom, having a 10'10 ceiling height with exposed feature roof purlins and access to roof void. Light oak flooring. Arched double glazed window with attractive far reaching rural views, maple flooring throughout, double glazed windows on 2 further elevations with attractive rural views, television aerial point, 2 radiators and a step in dressing room with hanging rail providing excellent hanging and storage space. Door to
En-Suite Shower Room
Tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower fitted, wall mounted wash basin with period style taps, low level wc, radiator, tall pitched ceiling with double glazed velux window. Extractor fan.
5.11m(16'9'') x 3.45m(11'4'')
With a 11'1 vaulted ceiling with feature exposed roof purlins and access to roof void. Light oak flooring. Double glazed arched window with attractive views of the front garden. Full width fitted range of wardrobes and storage cupboards providing extensive hanging and storage space. Door to
En-Suite Shower Room
Low level wc, pedestal wash basin with period style taps, partly tiled walls, recessed downlighters, tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower fitted. Extractor fan.
4.32m(14'2'') x 2.62m(8'7'')
With radiator, tall ceiling with large double glazed velux window with rural views. Double glazed skylight.
3.28m(10'9'') x 2.57m(8'5'') L SHAPED
With radiator, tall ceiling with large double glazed velux window, wall light point and bespoke fitted captain style light level bed, with timber ladder and play area beneath with book/toy shelving. Radiator.
Fitted 3 piece period style suite comprising panelled bath with Victorian style shower attachment, pedestal wash basin with period style taps and low level wc. Radiator, partly tiled walls, extractor fan and recess downlighters plus access to roof void.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Shared private drainage system. LPG fired central heating (communal tank with separate metering. (None of the services have been tested. Wright Manley can therefore provide no guarantee).
The Tenure is understood to be freehold but this detail has not been confirmed from the Title Deeds. Vacant possession upon completion.
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