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6 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Main Street, Queniborough

Withdrawn from Market £949,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculate Grade II Listed Barn Conversion
  • Over 6000 Sq ft of Accommodation
  • 35ft Reception Room
  • Drawing Room with Minstrels Gallery
  • Six Double Bedrooms
  • Four Bathroom/Shower Rooms
  • Double Garage & Stable
  • Gardens to Three Sides
  • EPC Exempt

Full description

Queniborough Barn is a prominent barn conversion beautifully positioned beside a 13th century church within the conservation area of the village which has changed very little over the centuries. Built as a tithe barn in 1741 and Grade II listed this substantial and lavishly appointed six bedroom home offers over 6000 sq ft of accommodation that includes a 35ft reception room, fully bespoke oak kitchen with AGA, additional first floor drawing room with high vaulted ceiling, minstrels galley and a self contained annexe ideal for an extended family or those looking to run their business from home. Manicured gardens to both front and rear provide quality outdoor space and a gated driveway leads to a double garage and former stable.

Outside 
Queniborough Barn is set back from Main Street and large metal gates (power available) set under a brick archway open to a generous turning area to rear. Outbuildings include a double garage, former stable and attractive manicured gardens extending to three sides of the property. Mature trees surround the property including yew, sycamore and Scots pine. The rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn and include several patio areas, attractive shrubs and a raised herb garden.

Services 
All main services are available and connected. The property has gas central heating fired by two Ravenheat boilers located in the annexe kitchen. At considerable cost all windows were replaced with double glazed oak windows, some of which are leaded.

Directions 
Entering the village travelling along Queniborough Road continue along Main Street into the conservation area of the village. The property can be found located on the left hand just before St Mary's Church.

First & Second Floors 
The main staircase rises to an impressive mezzanine and large drawing room with high vaulted ceiling, magnificent exposed ceiling beams and herringbone timber floor. From the drawing room a further staircase rises to a Minstrel's gallery with commanding views over the drawing room and accommodation below. The whole area is flooded with natural light and adjoining the drawing room is a further sitting area. Also on the first floor is a split level master bedroom with dressing area and en suite bathroom with claw and ball bath and twin wash hand basins. There are two further double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room on the first floor and on the second floor are two double bedrooms both with rear facing windows and exposed beams.

Self Contained Annexe 
Currently used as a home office but could also be repurposed as a home gym or as independent living accommodation. On the ground floor is a living room/home office with kitchen and cloakroom/WC leading off. A staircase leads to a large first floor room that wraps around a central staircase.

Local Authority 
Charnwood Borough Council

Tenure 
Freehold.

Location 
Queniborough is a conservation village with an attractive mixture of period housing and a thriving village community. Local amenities include a primary school, butchers, general store and two pubs. A more extensive range of facilities can be found in neighbouring Syston and Thurmaston Retail Park. The market towns of Melton Mowbray, Loughborough, Oakham are close by and the nearby A46 which leads into the M1 motorway provides excellent road links to Nottingham, Leicester and London. Excellent state and private schooling is available locally. Leicester 8.8 miles / Nottingham 23 miles / Loughborough 10.7 miles / Melton Mowbray 9.6 / Oakham 16.2 miles / Ratcliffe College 3.4 miles / M69/M1(J21) 13.5 miles

Ground Floor 
From the rear garden an open porch with oak door opens into a spacious entrance hall featuring a beautiful oak floor. From the hallway a second staircase provides access to the upper floors and there is a large family room and ground floor double bedroom with en suite bathroom. Immediately from the entrance hall one enters a particularly impressive 35ft reception room that serves as a dining room and sitting room. Flooded with natural light, this impressive double height space with double height glazing to both front and rear, has two sets of French doors, a fireplace set within a brick chimney breast and an oak staircase rising to a first floor gallery. An oak framed, glazed internal wall with double doors opens into a large breakfast kitchen featuring Chinese riven slate floor and a range of fully bespoke oak cabinets fitted by Hallwood Furniture of Kettering. Finished to an exceptional standard the kitchen has granite worksurfacing, central island, gas fired AGA with...

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11 August 2016

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