5 bedroom barn conversion for saleBank Lane, North Rode
Kilncroft is one of just four units that make up this highly commendable Bank Farm project, and has already attained an understandable reputation for being one of the premier schemes of its type in the area. The idyllic location is an absolute delight with attractive views over open countryside and a beautiful landscaped courtyard whilst on the inside, the attention to detail and quality really is a credit. In addition to that, the property is to be sold with its own paddock which extends to approximately just under 3 acres. The accommodation has the benefit of hardwood timber framed sealed unit double glazing as well as LPG central heating and remarkably for a dwelling of this nature, has a large numbers of windows allowing ample natural light to flood in. There are many quality touches such as the oak internal doors and oak skirtings. There is a Hallway, off which is a useful Cloakroom, and there are three formal reception rooms the Lounge, the Dining Room which, as with the Hall and the Kitchen has a stone flagged floor, and a Sitting Room which has oak flooring as well as a wide floor to ceiling picture window. The generous kitchen has a comprehensive range of units and a fabulous granite top island unit. There is a separate Utility Room. Upstairs is a superb Landing with extensive exposed wall timbers as well as a large porthole window. Access is gained to five bedrooms, the main one with Dressing Room and ensuite. The second Bedrooms also has an en-suite but intriguingly, in addition, there is a Lobby area that is utilised as a small Computer Area/Study. Adjoining this is a useful Eaves Store/Boxroom. The fifth Bedroom, which also has a porthole window with splendid views to Bosley Cloud and to the famous railway viaduct, could be utilised as a Study, if preferred. Outside, twin up and over doors open to a useful garden/bike store, although it should be noted that it was previously the entrance to the garages. A clever adaptation of the original garages has created an area of garden storage together with a substantial Games/Family Room that works extremely well but equally, a conversion back to a Garage, if preferred, would not be a major undertaking. There is a good sized lawned garden with established beech hedging. A few yards away, across the part of the driveway that is shared, is an open plan paddock with mains water supply.
Directions - From our office in Waters Green, Macclesfield, take Sunderland Street to Park Green and continue through the lights into Park Street, which becomes Park Lane. After passing the College on the left hand side, turn left at the traffic lights onto Congleton Road. Continue for approximately 5 miles passing through Gawsworth. Bank Lane will be found on the left hand side. The property will be found on the right hand side.
Entrance Hall - Solid oak front door. Stone flagged floor. Two wall light points. Beamed archway to Dining Room. Doors to Lounge, and to:
Cloak Room - Stone flagged floor. Good quality suite in white, and with chrome Period-style fittings, and comprising: pedestal wash basin, and low level W.C. Extractor fan. Low voltage downlighting.
Lounge - 17'6 x 14'2 (5.33m x 4.32m) - Windows to three elevations, including double glazed French doors to both front and rear. Imposing brick fireplace with beamed mantel, together with raised stone flagged hearth with cast iron LPG stove. Beamed ceiling. T.V. Aerial point. Low voltage downlighting. Two radiators.
Dining Room - 14'10 x 14'3 (4.52m x 4.34m) - Including solid oak turned staircase to first floor, with carved oak spindles, handrail, and newel posts. Stone flagged floor. Five wall light points. Beamed ceiling. Central heating thermostat. Radiator.
Kitchen - 18'7 x 14'3 (5.66m x 4.34m) - Well planned and equipped with an excellent range of units providing extensive granite worktops incorporating double bowl glazed Belfast sink with chrome Period-style mixer tap, and adjoining moulded drainer. Ranges of Light Oak fronted base cupboards, pan drawers and drawers and incorporating an integrated refrigerator and Bosch automatic dishwasher. Britannia LPG range cooker set into chimney recess, with tiled splashback and with high oak mantel. Feature island unit with granite top and with Light Oak fronted base cupboards and wicker bread baskets. Matching wall mounted cupboards. Wall mounted plate rack. Low voltage downlighting. Telephone point. Beamed ceiling. French door to garden. Radiator. Doors to Utility Room and sitting room.
Sitting Room - 14'2 x 9'3 (4.32m x 2.82m) - Double glazed picture window overlooking the courtyard, and incorporating French door. Low voltage downlighting. Radiator.
Utility Room - 10'5 x 6'1 (3.18m x 1.85m) - Worktop with inset circular stainless steel bowl with mixer tap, and with hardwood fronted base cupboards and drawers below. Matching wall cupboard housing Glow-worm LPG central heating boiler with digital programmer. Digital matching wall cupboards. Matching tall broom cupboard with additional cupboard above. Extractor fan. Tiled floor. Doors to rear.
Games/Office Room - 20'3 x 14'3 (max) (6.17m x 4.34m ( max)) - A versatile L-Shape reception area, previous part of the original garages. Conversion back to a Garage, if preferred, would not be a major undertaking. Pressurised hot water cylinder with thermostatically controlled immersion heater.
First Floor Landing - Extending over 32' in length, and with pitched and beamed ceiling, and exposed wall timbers. Superb double glazed porthole window. Seven wall light points. Radiator.
Bedroom One - 15'6 x 15'0 (4.72m x 4.57m) - Pitched and beamed ceiling with low voltage spotlighting. T.V. Aerial point. Telephone point. Two wall light points. Radiator. Door to:
Dressing Room - 6'7 x 6'2 (2.01m x 1.88m) - Pitched and beamed ceiling.
Shower Room - Walls half tiled with top quality ceramics and with matching floor tiling. Good quality suite in white, and comprising: pedestal washbasin with Monobloc mixer tap, and low W.C. Separate shower cubicle with shower unit. Electric shaver point. Extractor fan. Pitched and beamed ceiling. Vertical enamelled fitted towel rail/radiator.
Bedroom Two - 15'6 x 9'10 (4.72m x 3.00m) - Plus door recess. Pitched and beamed ceiling with low voltage spotlighting. T.V. Aerial point. Telephone point. Radiator. Door to:
Computer Room - 5'10 x 4'7 (1.78m x 1.40m) - No natural light. Door to Eaves
Shower Room - Walls half tiled with good quality ceramics, and with matching floor tiling. White suite comprising: dual flush low suite W.C., and cantilevered Sottini handbasin with Monobloc mixer tap, and set into full width vanity unit providing enclosure for W.C. Cistern, and with cupboards and drawers below. Extractor fan. Vertical enamelled heated towel rail/radiator.
Bedroom Three - 11'1 x 11'0 (3.38m x 3.35m) - Pitched and beamed ceiling with low voltage spotlighting. Exposed wall timbers with original A frame. T.V. Aerial point. Telephone point. Radiator.
Bedroom Four - 11'2 x 11'0 (max) (3.40m x 3.35m ( max)) - Pitched and beamed ceiling with low voltage spotlighting. Telephone point. T.V. Aerial point. Exposed wall timbers and original A frame. Radiator.
Bedroom Five - 11'5 x 7'7 (3.48m x 2.31m) - Pitched and beamed ceiling with low voltage spotlighting. Large porthole window. Exposed wall timbers. T.V. Aerial point. Radiator.
Bathroom - Walls half tiled with matching floor tiling. White suite comprising: Villeroy and Boch bath with Monobloc mixer tap, and cantilevered handbasin by Sottini, with Monobloc mixer tap, and set into vanity unit with cupboards below and providing enclosure for low suite W.C. Cistern with dual flush facility. Extractor fan. Vertical enamelled heated towel rail/radiator.
Gardens And Land - Private lawned garden and driveway offering ample off road parking. Attached brick built GARDEN STORE, previously the Garage. A clever adaptation of the original garages has created an area of garden storage together with a substantial Games/Family Room that works extremely well but equally, a conversion back to a Garage, if preferred, would not be a major undertaking. Additional land is situated a few yards away, to the north-west of the dwelling, and comprises an area of grazing with mains water supply, which extends to approximately just under 3 acres.
Management Company - The new owner will become a shareholder in the Management Company which will be constituted to oversee the maintenance of the common parts. An annual charge is levied, currently £50 per calendar month, and this covers the upkeep of the common garden areas and the creation of a sinking fund for any maintenance to the driveway, etc., that is required in the future.
These particulars are believed to be accurate but they are not guaranteed and do not form a contract. Neither Jordan Fishwick nor the vendor or lessor accept any responsibility in respect of these particulars, which are not intended to be statements or representations of fact and any intending purchaser or lessee must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. Any floorplans on this brochure are for illustrative purposes only and are not necessarily to scale.
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