4 bedroom semi-detached house for saleThe Storehouse, Pennington
Sold by Us £399,000
SUMMARY An exceptional Barn conversion with quality fixtures and fittings, spaciously laid out over two levels. Offering tranquil surroundings and magnificent countryside views. Viewing highly recommended for this beautiful family home. To the ground floor the property offers large entrance hall, extensive lounge, kitchen/dining room, utility and w.c. To the first floor, master bedroom with en suite, 3 further double bedrooms, and separate bathroom. Externally large garden , patio area , ample parking for vehicles , large garage and wood-store.
The Storehouse, Pennington From the main road, the property is approached via a beautiful slate roofed canopy which is very pertinent to the barn conversion with an open aspect of timber uprights and beautiful tongue and groove underlay to the roof of the building. The room is accessed through a solid mahogany door and borrowed light to one side and also a meter for services.
Entrance Hallway: With access into the main entrance hall, beautiful American Oak wooden flooring having downstairs W.C comprising of toilet and wash hand basin with light through the borrowed light area, a lovely duck egg blue, ahead is the beautiful staircase and o the left hand side, solid wood, double glazed window having low level seating, a radiator, beautiful beams with double aspect French solid wood doors leading into a very light and spacious lounge. Incidentally the hallway has overhead lighting, radiator, lights and power points. There also features cornicing and a useful under stairs storage area.
Lounge: The lounge has a beautiful stone open fire place with slate hearth housing a solid wood fuel log burner. He mantle is made of timber with beautiful recesses either side again open aspect double glazed French windows which lead out onto the ground floor patio overlooking the rear garden and panoramic countryside. There is a further double radiator, again a panelled light with views into the store/utility room. There is cornicing and lovely timber beams over the window and doorway aspects. A truly beautiful, calm room
From the hallway one accesses the kitchen
Kitchen: The kitchen comprises of dual aspect windows, one overlooking the road, the other overlooking the rear garden. Again a beautiful kitchen, featuring beams, lovely recesses, authentic old church pew forming part of the seating for the dining area. There is a breakfast bar in the centre of the room. Again, an off the kitchen cupboard useful for storing hoovers, mops etc. Ahead is the beautiful red brick surround housing a lovely cream range with terracotta and cream tiles which totally compliments this room. The base and wall units comprise of a lovely mixture of Pine with marble type worktops and matching large double dresser. This sink is cream and is one and a half sink bowl with drainer and taps over. Lovely depth to the kitchen window overlooking the garden and a radiator. The floor again is partially of the American Oak leading from the hallway whilst to the actual kitchen side is beautiful slate type rhino floor tiles which then lead into the utility room with overhead light and ample aspect sockets and power points. Again, extraordinary beams running throughout and over the windows.
The utility room has a lovely terracotta tiled floor forming part of the outside again. Also, two external windows and a stable door being half glazed and having radiator housing washing machine and dryer with lighting and power points.
Master Bedroom/Bedroom 1: Going up the split level stairs one accesses the master bedroom with beautiful cream neutral decoration, an excellent double sized bedroom with an extraordinary arched, again double glazed, wood window overlooking the rear garden and countryside. Overhead light, power points and sockets found in this room.
En suite: Leading through to the en-suite, there is a shower room having corner shower with screen 'Gainsborough energy 2000X' shower and twyfords pedestal and sink and twyfords toilet. Again radiator, double glazed wooden window with opaque glass. There is half tiling over the sink part whilst being fully tiled inside the shower and a similar lovely cream lino floor tiles in a similar cream colour with overhead light and radiator.
Bedroom 2: Again lovely cream neutral colours having a walk in wardrobe, radiator, overhead fan light, sockets, and power points. There is beautiful front aspect overlooking the surrounding countryside. Joining this bedroom is a very large storage airing cupboard
Bathroom: Access from the hallway takes you to the main bathroom being fully tiles in white tiles o two walls over the bath, sink and toilet area, again opaque double glazed solid wood window, lovely tongue and groove panelling to the bath, twyfords sink and twyfords toilet decorated in a lovely buttercup yellow with cream lino flooring. Next to the bathroom there is a storage area housing the boilermate 2 water and central heating storage boiler for water and of course central heating which is powered by gas.
From the landing one descends to steps which then lead into the next double bedroom
Bedroom 3: Again, two beautiful open aspect windows being double glazed win solid wood having the benefit of looking over the open countryside. The room is neutrally decorated having a radiator, overhead light, beam and again very useful built in wardrobe and shelving, sockets and power point.
Bedroom 4: Immediately opposite is virtually an identical layout perhaps slightly larger but certainly a double bedroom again true open aspect double glazed solid wood windows having central heating radiator, overhead light, picturesque beam and again walk-in wardrobe.
Ascending back up the landing which has an overhead light and again beautiful open aspect through the window overlooking the countryside and coving which compliments the property throughout.
The property has cess to the loft via a solid wood ladder where the property is fully insulated and fully boarded without, this would make an ideal/excellent playroom. There is also a double socket point to the top of the landing
Outside/External: The side and rear of the property is accessed from the main road through a traditional open gate having limestone walls and a grey riven cobble effect tiles with excellent parking facilities for at least five cars. There is a beautiful shaped manicure lawn to the rear with a gorgeous angulating walled border with a mix of pebble and limestone feature housing again a wonderful variety of mix plants, bushes and shrubs with the end of the garden overlooking the magnificent panoramic countryside. The patio area is in a raised light/ like? Cotswold slate stone which is perfect and houses a quadrangle picnic bench ideal for BBQ's and such like. The drive continues to the end where again there is a suitably small area to have a vegetable plot. An excellent double garage having electrics, lighting, four windows (two double, and two smaller) at the rear creating a wonderful natural light throughout the garage area.
Continuing on, there is an excellent wooden timber shed of sizeable proportion which houses the seasoned logs to have for the internal log fireplace. Beyond this here is a partially finished cobble area storing the BDS fuels tank for the gas.
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