3 bedroom detached house for saleBuntingford
Of 18th Century origins and once forming part of a local dairy farm this most distinctive barn conversion has in recent years been sympathetically converted by the present owner to provide a most splendid home that is set in grounds of two and three quarter acres including paddocks and a most impressive stable block and yard.
For those who have equestrian interest the property is set in a idyllic semi rural location with access to some of the areas best loved bridle ways and footpaths. For those who may not have a need to accommodate horses the stable block could prove to be a most useful building that subject to obtaining planning consent could be converted to form a substantial detached annexe/office.
The present owner has been careful to sympathetically blend original features of the barn with modern necessities with many exposed timbers and brickwork being found throughout. An original feed trough is now skillfully incorporated into the living room to accommodate logs and kindling wood for the wood burning stove.
The accommodation provides a reception hall, cloakroom, occasional bedroom/study, Farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, a splendid living room with solid Oak flooring and vaulted ceiling, an impressive conservatory with flagstone floor, two good size first floor bedrooms one with en suite shower room and one with en suite bathroom.
Of particular note are the lovely gardens and paddocks of two and three quarter acres. There is a substantial stable block with four stables, a hay store/feed room, a tack room and a small attached outside pen.
Aspenden: - Aspenden is one of the areas most popular and sought after villages and is only a few minutes drive from Buntingford and its amenities that include well regarded schools, shops and restaurants. Well located for commuters with rail stations found in Ware, Hertford, Bishops Stortford, Stevenage and Royston all of which are around 10/15 miles away. There are also good road links with the A10 being just over a mile away and Stansted airport with 15/20 miles.
Reception Hall: - 15'0 x 6'10 (4.57m x 2.08m) - Brick floor, ledge and brace solid Oak doors to living accommodation, stairs to first floor, double radiator.
Study/Occasional Bedroom Three/Office: - 15'0 x 9'3 (4.57m x 2.82m) - ( Originally the garage and converted by the present owner) Timber flooring, radiator, storage/utility cupboard housing the pump and filter for the bore hole water supply.
Farmhouse Style Kitchen/Breakfast Room: - 17'0 x 15'0 (5.18m x 4.57m) - A most impressive room with a wide range of wall and base storage units incorporating work surfaces with tiled surrounds. Four oven Aga with two hot plates and two electric ceramic cooking rings, original lime washed boarding and flint and brick wall. Plumbing for dishwasher, Ceramic French sink, pull out under counter fridge, access to: Windows to both side aspects.
Cloakroom/Utility: - 5'10 x 5'0 (1.78m x 1.52m) - With low flush WC, radiator, Ceramic sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, base and wall storage units, brick flooring.
Living Room: - 20'0 x 16'2 (6.10m x 4.93m) - A room full of character with a number of original features incorporated within the timber framed structure, Solid Oak flooring, vaulted ceiling, underfloor heating, original feed trough currently being used for logs and kindling wood. Wood burner, access to:
Conservatory: - 16'8 x 10'0 (5.08m x 3.05m) - Flag stone floor with under floor heating, double doors opening onto rear garden.
First Floor Landing: - Separate access to:
Bedroom One: - 16'5 x 15'5 (5.00m x 4.70m) - With vaulted ceiling with window to apex, exposed timbers, two double radiators, open storage/mezzanine floor with an apex window.
En Suite Bathroom: - With corner Jacuzzi bath and separate shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, radiator, tiled surrounds.
Bedroom Two; - 15'2 x 9'3 (4.62m x 2.82m) - Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, dual aspect, radiator.
En Suite Shower Room: - With shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low flush WC, briquette style tiled walls.
Outside: - The property is set in approximately two and three quarter acres of gardens and paddocks that is accessed via a driveway which also provides parking and access to the stable block. To the immediate rear of the property the garden has been cultivated and there are various areas for relaxation and entertaining. Beyond the formal garden there is a stable yard and a substantial stable block with water supply, power, four loose boxes, hay store/feed room and tack room. The stable block could offer an opportunity for those who have not got equestrian interests to convert into a detached office or annexe, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. Beyond the stable block there is an orchard area and paddocks that are gated onto a bridle way to its northern boundary.
General Information - Oil fired central heating. Mains electricity. Private Bore hole water. East Herts District Council 01279 655261. Energy rating D.
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