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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Common Road, Thorpe Salvin, UK

Sold STC £850,000

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A Former Mill, Painstakingly Restored and Crafted to form this Stunning Three Bedroom Family Home, positioned within what can only be described as a Magnificent Location, surrounded by approx. 14 Acres of wild Meadows with a Large Detached Barn currently used for storage and garaging. Considerable amount of parking. This property is Unique to the Market and was Lovingly Restored by the current owners in 1992. Only By Viewing The Property and Walking the Land Can the Discerning Purchaser Understand The Setting and Lifestyle Ahead.

Property ref: 121_2100_3797094

Bedroom Two 
4.11m x 2.72m (13' 6" x 8' 11")
With continuous characterful exposed stone and brick, window, cast iron feature fireplace, radiator, air grates.

Bedroom Three 
3.51m x 2.68m (11' 6" x 8' 10")
With feature double glazed window, cast iron feature fireplace, radiator.

Bathroom One 
Accessed via the Master Bedroom which has a double glazed window, exposed walls, walk in shower cubicle, rectangular bath, pedestal wash basin, bidet and low flush W.C.

5.56m x 5.18m (18' 3" x 17')
With a further arched feature floor to ceiling window to the front elevation, and rear facing patio doors out to the rear patio area, a characterful and charming exposed brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove fire, the raw red brick feature and exposed stone continue throughout the ground floor accommodation.

A very versatile space, currently used as a study/reading area with side and front facing window, exposed wooden beams to the ceiling and crafted wood work throughout creating a warm and welcoming ambience.

Master Bedroom 
With front and rear facing windows and a side facing door providing access to the stone steps which form part of the old granary. The craftsmanship continues through to the magnificent Master Bedroom, with further exposed brick work and stone, with two radiators and a stone feature fireplace. Access to Bathroom One.

Entrance Hall 
Entrance is gained via a double entrance door into the Entrance Hall. With reclaimed stone floor, pine spindled staircase rising to the first floor and beautiful feature window with raw red brick and exposed stonework, ornamental radiator, handmade door into the downstairs W.C. and door into the Large Family Kitchen.

Downstairs W.C. 
With a pedestal hand wash basin and low flush W.C., extractor fan and under stairs storage cupboard.

Large Family Kitchen 
5.79m x 5.49m (19' x 18')
With front facing arched floor to ceiling window, further rear facing window, handcrafted external door to the rear patio, hand made fitted cupboards with co-ordinating work surfaces, Belfast style ceramic sink, beautiful exposed walls, stone flooring, an aga cooker and oven, reclaimed cast iron features including light fittings and candle holders. Door to the large utility/pantry.

With plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge and freezer, dish washer as well as ample space for storage.

Bathroom Two 
With a rectangular bath, pedestal hand wash basin and low flush W.C., double glazed window.

With raised flowerbeds, the driveway is landscaped and splits firstly into the Courtyard to the front of the former Mill, which provides excessive parking, there is also a wide open drive way to the front of the large barn. The drive way continues to form a carriage style drive way round the large barn to provide easy exit for the vehicles back down the drive way. To the side of the mill is a wildlife garden area, the driveway can also continue into the gated meadow. The meadows area a wonderful setting, with a public footpath. Walking behind the mill, raised up, and down into an enclosed paddock with a timber wildlife watch, further wildlife woodland and further access into the next meadow, all security fenced. This large meadow then opens up and is semi divided by a narrow purpose planted woodland. This stunning setting would be ideal for the wildlife enthusiast or with potential for equestrian use. Access to the meadows is also available, upon common road, via a...

Also forming part of the original Mill, has again been restored to a high standard. Currently used in the most versatile way to create a large garage, for several vehicles. One of which is divided as a single garage, accessed by the side. To the front a large roll door, ideal for farm vehicles alike. The barn has also been sectioned to create a Kitchenette and W.C., large storage area, workshop and staircase rising up to the higher level which also creates further storage. This is also as characterful as the Mill and is an asset to the whole of this stunning yet cosy family residence.

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16 May 2015


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