4 bedroom barn conversion for saleChurch Court, Church Lane, Farndon
- Barn Conversion with the Benefit of Larger than Average Internal Accommodation arranged over Three Storeys
- Four Bedrooms
- Three Bathrooms
- Delightful Location
- EPC Rating D
A FOUR BEDROOM, THREE BATHROOM BARN CONVERSION of a building thought to date back to the 18TH CENTURY and now with the benefit of LARGER THAN AVERAGE INTERNAL ACCOMMODATION arranged over THREE STOREYS in a delightful location close to the HEART OF A HISTORIC VILLAGE to the south of Chester.
Brief Description - Dating back to medieval times, Farndon village is replete with numerous period and more contemporary properties as well as a highly regarded Primary School, various shops and other local facilities as well as being within comfortable travelling distance of a more comprehensive array of cultural, historic, educational, recreational, retail and employment facilities within and around both Wrexham and Chester. Fast and efficient connections to the wider North West road communications network are available via nearby links with the A55 and M53 motorway via the B5130 as well as the A534 connecting with the A41 and A4583 expressway connecting with Wrexham and Shropshire beyond. The features and accommodation of this character property in brief are as follows: entrance hall, ground floor cloakroom/WC, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, first floor landing, first floor principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, first floor second bedroom, first floor bathroom, second floor landing, second floor third bedroom, second floor fourth bedroom, second floor bathroom, second floor WC, timber framed double glazed windows, gas fired condensing combination central heating/hot water boiler, a connection to all mains services, separate lawned garden with front patio/seating area, and a single garage and parking space.
Entrance Hall - 9'11" x 7'3" max (3.02m x 2.21m max) - With double radiator, tiled flooring, under stairs storage cupboard and central heating thermostat control.
Ground Gloor Cloakroom/Wc - 6'0" x 3'4" (1.83m x 1.02m) - With white suite having gold effect fittings comprising wash hand basin with tiled splash back, WC, tiled flooring, electricity meter, electricity circuit breaker control panel and wall mounted gas fired condensing combination central heating/hot water boiler.
Sitting Room - 20'11" x 9'9" (6.38m x 2.97m) - With double glazed double external doors opening onto the small front patio, side window, double radiator, tiled fireplace with open dog grate, inner doorway leading to the entrance hall and wide inner throughways leading to the kitchen and dining room.
Dining Room - 13'10" x 9'1" (4.22m x 2.77m) - With radiator, dual aspect windows and wide open through leading to the kitchen.
Kitchen - 13'2" x 11'5" max (4.01m x 3.48m max) - With solid oak fronted range of wall units, floor cupboards and drawers with polished granite work surfaces, tiled splash backs, tiled flooring, concealed lighting, dual fuel cooking range, enamelled Belfast sink with chromium swan neck mixer tap, ceiling downlighters, television point, integrated dishwasher, pan drawers, pull out larder cupboard, inner doorway leading to the entrance hall and points and space for American style refrigerator/freezer and washing machine.
First Floor Landing - 14'11" x 7'1" max (4.55m x 2.16m max) - With radiator, window facing over the courtyard and doorways to the following first floor rooms.
First Floor Principal Bedroom - 18'3" x 10'11" (5.56m x 3.33m) - With dual aspect windows, radiator, built in wardrobes/storage cupboard and inner doorway leading to an en-suite shower room.
En-Shower Room - 5'4" x 4'4" (1.63m x 1.32m) - With refitted contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising tiled corner shower cubicle with fitted thermostatically controlled shower unit, elliptical style wash hand basin with Monobloc mixer tap, tiled walls, mosaic style tiled flooring and ceiling downlighters.
Bedroom Two - 21'5" x 9'10" (6.53m x 3.00m) - With dado rails, radiator and dual aspect windows.
First Floor Bathroom - 6'10" x 5'5" (2.08m x 1.65m) - With refitted contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising panelled bath with folding side shower screen and combination mixer tap/shower fitting, cabinet wash hand basin with Monobloc mixer tap and bathroom cabinet beneath, hidden cistern WC, radiator with towel rail above, tiled flooring, tiled walls and wall mounted mirror.
Second Floor Landing - 11'6" x 6'3" max (3.51m x 1.91m max) - With double glazed skylight window, exposed ceiling timber and double louvred doored linen cupboard.
Second Floor Bedroom Three - 16'2" x 15'2" max (4.93m x 4.62m max) - With two double glazed skylight windows, radiator, telephone point and exposed ceiling timbers.
Second Floor Bedroom Four - 9'3" x 8'6" (2.82m x 2.59m) - With radiator, double glazed skylight window and exposed ceiling timber.
Second Floor Bathroom - 9'3" x 4'0" max (2.82m x 1.22m max) - With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising combination mixer tap/shower fitting, wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, radiator, louvred doored and shelved storage cupboard, double glazed skylight window and access to the loft space.
Second Floor Wc - 3'10" x 3'6" (1.17m x 1.07m) - With contemporary style white suite having chromium fittings comprising corner wash hand basin with Monobloc mixer tap, dual flush WC, lower tiled walls and tiled flooring.
Outside - To the front of the property there is a small hard landscaped patio/seating area just off Church Court itself with a dustbin storage area and canopy porch. Accessed from Church Court and a few yards from the front door of East Barn is an attractive lawned garden, a section of which belongs to East Barn itself as well as a useful single garage with parking space to the front.
Garage - 16'7" x 8'9" (5.05m x 2.67m) - With lighting, power points and vehicular up and over entrance door.
Directions - From Chester proceed out of the city along Boughton, taking the right hand lane at the gyratory and continuing around the back in the direction of Chester but turning almost immediately left onto the B5130. Continue along the B5130/Sandy Lane through Huntington, straight over the roundabout just after the Rake and Pikel public house and for several miles continuing through Aldford and Churton and upon reaching Farndon village itself, take the left hand turning at the T junction at the centre of the village and the almost immediate right hand turning after the United Reformed Church into Church Lane. Continue along Church Lane bearing right just before St Chads Church and then after a further short distance, Church Court as well East Barn itself will be observed immediately ahead.
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