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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale


Withdrawn from Market £530,000

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A delightful barn conversion set within the stunning Staffordshire countryside with far reaching views across farmland towards Cannock Chase. Hamstall Ridware is a pleasant hamlet in a rural location lying between Lichfield and Burton on Trent. The barn conversion has been tastefully combined with original features and contemporary living. The accommodation offers reception hallway with spiral staircase, living room with log burning stove, open plan dining kitchen with a range of appliances, The master suite occupies the first floor accommodation with dressing room and en suite shower room. The guest bedroom and en suite are located on the ground floor along with two further bedrooms and the family bathroom. The vaulted ceilings with exposed beams offer an irresistible charm and character whilst the modern luxury of double glazing and mains gas central heating benefits the comfortable living environment. Outside the home is a private shared driveway leading to parking for four vehicles and gated access to the stunning mature gardens. Viewings are strictly by appointment.

Bedroom Four/Study 
11' 7'' x 7' 10'' (3.53m x 2.39m)
With double glazed door and windows overlooking the side garden and patio area. Built in double wardrobes and overhead storage cupboards, radiator and telephone point.

Family Bathroom 
6' 1'' x 6' 1'' (1.85m x 1.85m)
Fitted with a three piece white bathroom suite, comprising low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin and panel bath with telephone mixer shower tap with complimentary tiling to walls and glass shower screen, inset spotlights to ceiling, extractor fan, ceramic tile flooring and heated towel rail.


Dressing Room/ Combined Landing Area 
With a spiral staircase leading from the reception hallway to the dressing room. Radiator, skylight window overlooking substantial farmland and countryside. With built in double wardrobes, a selection of storage cupboards, feature exposed beams to ceiling with original caste iron feature. Walk-In airing cupboard housing the mains gas fired central heating boiler and hot water cylinder. Door leads through into the:

From Burton leave the A38 at the Barton Under Needwood exit. Proceed through the village of Barton along Main St and out of the village towards Yoxall. Travel through the lanes into Yoxall down Town Hill. At the junction in Yoxall turn left and take a right into Bonfield Lane. Travel through the lanes, at the next junction keep left towards Hamstall Ridware. On entering the Village turn left after The Shoulder of Mutton pub. Travel out of the village past the farm on the right hand side with a large stack of bales in green polythene taking the second driveway on the right in view of the old farmhouse and duck pond with a small sign "Roos Cricket" & "Kestrel Barn". As you drive up follow the stone driveway around to the left until you see the sign for Larks Barn.

A solid wood feature archway door leading through to the reception hall:

Reception Hall 
11' 7'' x 9' 5'' (3.53m x 2.87m)
With a ceramic tile flooring, central spiral staircase leading up to a master bedroom suite. With inset spotlights to the ceiling, radiator and doors leading off to bedrooms and bathroom with access to the side hallway.

Side Hallway  
With ceramic tile flooring, radiator, double glazed window overlooking the extensive gardens with a door leading through to the lounge and guest room.

19' 0'' x 16' 0'' (5.79m x 4.87m)
The focal point of this room is a log burning stove set within a brick feature fireplace with quarry tile hearth. With exposed A-framed beamed ceiling, windows over looking the extensive gardens. Radiators, ceramic tile flooring, wall light points, double glazed door to patio with windows either side and door leads through to the dining kitchen.

Dining Kitchen  
20' 8'' x 16' 0'' (6.29m x 4.87m)
An open plan modern country style fitted kitchen incorporating a ceramic Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap built into a preparation work surface with a selection of base cupboards, drawers and matching eye level wall cupboards, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A stainless steel oven and grill electric induction hob with a stainless steel chimney extractor hood above. Double radiator and tiled flooring, appliance space for additional fridge or freezer and original multi-pane cast iron window overlooking the surrounding farmland. An original reclaimed Victorian cast iron stable panel divides the dining area from the kitchen with feature exposed brick wall with vaulted beamed ceiling and exposed A-frame with a stable style door leading out to the extensive gardens.

Guest Bedroom Suite 
10' 8''(To Built In Wardrobe) x 11' 9'' (3.25m x 3.58m)
With a double glazed window over looking the side garden, radiator, selection of three double built in wardrobes with hanging rails and storage, exposed vaulted ceiling with beamed feature. An access door takes you through to the en-suite shower room.

Bedroom Three 
11' 8'' x 7' 10'' (3.55m x 2.39m)
Comprising of a built in wardrobe with double doors and a radiator, double glazed door with windows either side leading out to the south west area of the garden.

Master Bedroom 
16' 0'' x 11' 8'' (4.87m x 3.55m)
A dual aspect bedroom with double glazed windows overlooking the substantial mature gardens with further skylight windows, vaulted ceiling with original beams, telephone point and door into the en-suite shower room.

En-Suite Shower Room 
7' 4'' x 5' 6'' (2.23m x 1.68m)
Fitted with a three piece white suite comprising of: Low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, shower enclosure with electric shower, exposed beams to ceiling, shaver point, double glazed skylight window and heated towel rail.

The property is located in the small hamlet of Hamstall Ridware with a shared driveway access leading to the barn conversion approached via parking for three to four vehicles. A gated access and pathway leads through the mature landscaped gardens with a wide variety of deep beds and borders offering breathtaking views of surrounding countryside and farmland. The south west facing garden has a patio area, garden shed with power and greenhouse, outside tap and pergola.

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